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Most YWCA services are available by phone and video, although providing services in person remains an option when needed. Pre-scheduled, in-person services for the YWCA’s domestic abuse shelter and Nurse Examiner Program are available.
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The YWCA prioritizes the health and safety of the survivors and families we serve, our staff, partners, and community. Cooperation with our COVID-19 safety protocols helps everyone. Click here for an overview.
The YWCA West Central Michigan has been a place of hope, healing, and renewal since 1900. Today, our services work to address the issues of domestic abuse and sexual violence that hurt individuals, families, and our community. Our vision is a community with a commitment to creating a nurturing, violence-free environment for all.
The YWCA’s services are integrated to address the whole of a person’s experience. Whether you are hoping to enroll in youth programming or are a survivor of domestic abuse, sexual assault or childhood sexual abuse, the entire range of our services are available to you as appropriate. Unless it is noted next to a specific service, a court-order or referral is not required in order to find the help you need here.
If you are in immediate danger or feel unsafe, call 911.