How do I get help?
You may call the center nearest you and request an appointment for an initial meeting with the Coordinator to discuss your needs.
Is there a fee for your services?
WWC’s programs are offered free of charge. Our services are supported by a mix of public and private funders including donations from individuals, corporations, and foundations.
How do I know if I am eligible?
If you are a mid-life and/or older woman, a displaced worker, unemployed and underemployed, an individual facing a life transition such as divorce or widowhood, or a recent arrival to the area or the country, WWC may be able to help you. We do not have income guidelines; we may give priority to individuals with limited resources.
Can men come to WWC?
Yes. About 20% of individuals receiving support or attending classes with WWC are men. Although our program and our mission focus on the needs of women, men often find they benefit from the programs as well.
How many people are in your classes?
Class size varies from 5 – 25 depending on the topic, location, or time of day or year. Some classes have limited enrollment (New Ventures™ is limited to 15) and others are limited by space or available computers if the class requires their use.