Frequently Asked Questions

1
Does the Women's Place and Resource Center (WPRC) provide shelter?

No, the WPRC does not provide shelter. The WPRC will work to provide guidance to help assist an individual in crises to find specific resources.

2
Does the WRPC provide food?

No, the WPRC does not provide food. The WPRC will work to provide guidance to help assist an individual in crises to find specific resources.

3
When should a woman come to WPRC?

Any woman can come to the WPRC seeking guidance and direction; however, the programs offered by the WPRC are created for women who are post-crisis. The WPRC is designed for women who have made it through a crisis and are ready to move forward.

4
Does the WPRC provide crisis intervention?

No, the WPRC does not provide crisis intervention. The WPRC will work to provide guidance to help assist an individual in crises to find specific resources.

5
Will all services be rendered by the WPRC?

No, many of the services will be through a collaborative effort with other community organizations and other non-profit entities.

6
Do you need volunteers?

Yes. Please call 608-556-0267 to learn about current opportunities or send an email to [email protected] for more information.

7
What are other ways one can be involved at the WPRC?

Involvement can include but is not limited to volunteering, donations, sponsorship, community partners, serving on our board of directors, or joining some of our board workgroups.

8
Does the WPRC provide clothing?

No, the WPRC does not provide clothing. The WPRC will work to provide guidance to help assist an individual in crises to find specific resources.