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YWCA Clark County programs are focused on providing critical resources and assistance to community members in need and fostering a mission to eliminate racism, empower women and promote peace, justice, freedom and dignity for all. Learn more about each program—and how your support helps us all thrive.
Sexual Assault Program
Our Sexual Assault Program provides 24-hour legal, medical, and emotional support to victims of sexual assault and their families. We also offer advocacy, support groups, counseling, community outreach, and education opportunities.
SafeChoice Domestic Violence Program
The SafeChoice and SafeChoice LGBTQ Programs advocate for, educate, and support those affected by domestic violence. We strive to collaborate with our community partners to present the most helpful resources, information, and education about domestic violence. With multiple services and offerings, and staff in four different locations, our reach is wide.
Court Appointed Special Advocate
Become a Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) for abused or neglected children through the Clark County CASA Program a national program administered for our county through YWCA Clark County.
Independent Living Skills Program
The Independent Living Skills (ILS) Program assists youth and young adults successfully transition from state-supported care to independent living within our community. Education, resources, and advocacy allow program participants to define and achieve their goals.
YWCA Clark County is proud to announce that Second Step Housing, a longtime supporter and once a part of YWCA Clark County, will be responsible for the operations and growth of the Women Offenders Rehabilitation, Training, and Help (WORTH) program beginning January 1st, 2015.
Y’s Care Children’s Program
We aspire to make a positive impact in our community by providing high-quality preschool education to children and families from homeless, transitioning, or low-income circumstances through our Y’s Care Children’s Program. Children 2½ to 5 years old are welcome in our program that provides a safe environment and year-round open enrollment for up to 20 participants.
YWCA Clark County is committed to social change by working to eliminate racism and other forms of oppression through education and support. By increasing civic engagement to eliminate racism and oppression, we can create respectful living, learning and working environments and build inclusive communities. When we engage in the most challenging conversations we create amazing opportunities for growth and change together.