Housing & Shelter
Everyone needs a place to call home—a safe haven and shelter from the storm, a place to settle and be nurtured. The YWCA has designed several services that address this need and help women and their families find their place in the world.
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Visit the program pages or call the Housing Director at 608.257.1436, option 2, to learn more about applying for YWCA housing.
2013 Housing & Shelter Outcomes
1140 people (637 adults and 503 children) were served in YWCA housing programs in 2013.
91% (239 of 264) of households in YWCA housing programs maintained housing for one year or move to other permanent housing during 2013.
89% (117 of 132) of households receiving case management achieved at least one significant goal in addition to housing.
53% (20 of 38) households who fully utilized YWCA shelter case management services moved into long term housing.
92% (21 of 23) of former YWCA shelter households who secured housing maintained their housing with at least 6 months stability.