The YWCA Resolve Family Abuse Program offers 24/7 shelter, a crisis hotline and emergency intervention for victims of domestic violence. Providing services for the entire family in Kanawha, Clay and Boone counties, YW
CA Resolve also offers case management, court advocacy, counseling, support groups, safety planning, monitored parent-child visitation/exchange, parenting sessions, and programs for children, teen dating safety and batterers intervention/prevention. Licensed by the West Virginia Family Protection Services Board, the program’s mission is to eliminate domestic violence through leadership, education, empowerment and community collaboration.
Last year alone, YWCA Resolve served 3,554 individuals (unduplicated); provided 3,493 shelter nights and 6,191 meals to victims and their children; provided 10,375 hours of case management and advocacy; presented 43 educational presentations to more than 2,627 students, teachers, community organizations and service providers, and provided free counseling, support groups, parenting classes, financial literacy classes, and tutoring for many, many more.