“Determined to Change” Stacy was battling addiction and an eating disorder while incarcerated in the Kent County Jail.
Update from WRC on Coronavirus (6/22/2020)
We hope you are well and safe. Our first priority at Women’s Resource Center is the safety and well-being of our participants, staff, volunteers, and community partners. In response to COVID-19, WRC has suspended all on-site programming, though, will continue to offer coaching and mentor appointments and training opportunities virtually. We have also begun to accept pre-scheduled, in-person appointments to serve the urgent needs of our participants. Our team continues to work remotely and remains ready and dedicated to serve women who are in crisis or who are seeking employment. Please call 616-458-5443 and leave a detailed voicemail. Our staff will return your call within 24 hours.
Donating to WRC’s Business Boutique During This Time
In the interest of public health, like everyone else in the world, we’ve had to adapt our clothing donation intake process with new procedures to help protect our volunteers, staff members, and donors. Clothing donations will now be by appointment only, beginning June 16, 2020. We’ll also ask you to complete a pre-screen phone call before arriving. Please click here for New Clothing Donation Procedures.
We ask that you please practice caution by following the three Ws: wash/sanitize hands, walk/wait six feet apart, and wear a mask. We will also offer contactless donation receipts.
We truly appreciate you supporting WRC and the women we are honored to serve!