Displaced Homemaker Program Case management for displaced homemakers. Eligibility requirements are listed here. This program is structured to assist our participants move out of financial crisis and put the essential components of stability in place so they can become more economically self-sufficient. By conducting a thorough intake, participants create their own action plans with both short term and long term goals to move toward earning a greater income. Counseling, advocacy, and resource and referral are all key components of this program. Participants have a review at least every six months to review and set new goals.
Supportive Services YWCA New Choices provides free Drop-In Child Care for parents who are in transition, continuing their education, or looking for employment. Space is limited. To make reservations, call 828-254-7206 x 113. Orientation is required to use this service.
Thanks to Our Funders New Choices is made possible in part by support from Women for Women, Sisters of Mercy, NC Council for Women, NC Dept. of Administration, YWCA donors and the United Way of Asheville and Buncombe County.
For more information about New Choices call 254-7206 x 113.