Since 1903, the YWCA Central Alabama has strived to create a more caring community. For more than 100 years, the YW continues to plant the seeds of hope providing comfort where there is pain, love where there is loneliness, and a light where there is darkness. The YWCA serves as a place of refuge, responding to the needs of women and their families providing hope and opportunities in a warm, family-like environment.
The YWCA Central Alabama’s programs and services focus on three major areas: child care, domestic violence services, and affordable housing. The YW also sponsors a Women’s Resource Center and a Chapel Gallery for Visual and Performing Arts in addition to programs and events that enhance the well being of women and children in Central Alabama. Visit our website to learn more about the YW’s programs and services!
One Place is a safe place to come and ask questions about the criminal justice process, receive free and confidential counseling and/or advocacy services, and learn about additional resources.
This is a safe place to come and ask questions about the criminal justice process, receive free and confidential counseling and/or advocacy services, and learn ...about additional resources. A person may speak to as many agency representatives as he or she chooses. Police report is not required or expected, unless you plan to pursue prosecution of perpetrator(s).
Our mission at Trafficking Hope is to eradicate sex trafficking across the nation while helping empower local churches and organizations in their city and state. Driven as it is by both supply and demand, human trafficking has gradually acquired a combination of local and global characteristics, requiring a context-sensitive and multi-faceted response. Partnerships are critical as no one group can possibly combat it alone. http://www.traffickinghope.com/