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 A HUGE YWCA "Thank You" to Jack Olver

I've worked in the nonprofit sector for more years than I care to admit.  But it's a rare honor to meet and learn from a truly extraordinary person - the kind of person who makes you feel like you're a better human being for having known him.  I'm referring to Jack Olver. Read more here

Interested in Making a Real Difference in the Lives of Women and Children Survivors of Domestic Violence?  Join Our Counseling Team!  

The YWCA is currently recruiting bilingual/bicultural (Spanish) pre-licensed marriage and family therapy interns and associate social workers to provide trauma-informed counseling services to women and children survivors of domestic violence and victims of crime.  We offer clinical supervision, training, very flexible work hours and a wonderful work community.  Be a part of the YWCA's team! Learn more here.

  YWCA Brings Legal Advocacy Services to City of Gonzales

  Beginning on January 7th, 2014, our Legal Advocacy team will be working out of the City Chamber Building in the City of Gonzales, located at 117 Fourth Avenue. Our bilingual legal advocates will there on Tuesday afternoons from 1:00 pm to 5:00 pm, providing residents in need with legal assistance, including civil and temporary restraining orders, cease and desist orders, and court accompaniment.  To learn more, click here.  

 YWCA Awarded Medi-Cal Contract for Domestic Violence Counseling in South Monterey County

The YWCA proudly announces that the agency has been awarded a Medi-Cal contract from the Monterey County Health Department to provide domestic violence counseling services at the County's Behavioral Health Clinics located in Soledad and King City, beginning on January 1st, 2014. Read more here.

 City of Salinas, YWCA and Partners Win Large Federal Grant for Domestic Violence Response

The City of Salinas has been awarded a federal grant of nearly $260,000 to work with community partners on improving services to victims of domestic violence in Salinas and Monterey County. The grant is intended to support a coordinated response to family violence. The YWCA of Monterey County will be the central point of contact for victims and will coordinate with five local organizations to increase their collective impact.  Read more here.


YWCA Monterey County • 236 Monterey Street • Salinas, CA 93901
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