How We Help
When a woman arrives at the Coalition, we provide stabilization by immediately meeting her most basic needs. She will have a safe place to stay and nutritious meals to eat, which alleviates two major crises.
We strive to meet each woman’s specific needs at our Center for Women and Families (CWF), while they work to increase their income and secure housing.
During weekly appointments, case managers help women address their needs and establish goals. They serve as a crucial support system, providing genuine empathy and respect for those seeking assistance. Case managers possess in-depth knowledge of available resources and proven expertise in guiding clients to stability and self-sufficiency.
Whether helping a woman establish a budget or assisting her in finding low-income housing, case managers are a direct lifeline for clients, helping them overcome their crisis of homelessness.
Through our on-site partner Aspire Health Partners, specialized case management and support for victims of crime is available, as well as other mental health services.
Our Victims of Crime Act, or VOCA, Program offers counseling and support groups at both the Center for Women and Families (CWF) and the Women’s Residential and Counseling Center (WRCC). The WRCC also manages a 24-hour information and resource phone-line and has 12 beds available for emergencies.