Transforming lives by providing empowerment, supportive services, education, hope, and the tools to build a better life.
Building foundations for tomorrow, where everyone has a safe place to call home.
It is the commitment of the WHC to support those in the community who are in need of assistance. Since 1978, the organization has been here to help survivors of domestic violence and their families. Currently the WHC assists individuals who are in need of housing assistance, facing a housing crisis, or experiencing homelessness for any reason, including domestic violence. Individuals are assisted through a variety of service options, access to community resources, educational and supportive services, counseling, advocacy efforts, and emergency shelter.
Services include a 24/7 hotline to ensure anyone in need can access assistance and support, along with information and referral services. Other services include legal and housing advocacy; court preparation and accompaniment; case management; education on financial literacy, prepared renters, and parenting; fitness classes; and emergency shelter.
All services are provided free of charge and all contacts are confidential.