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Temporary Housing

"No matter where she goes in this world, she is capable of building a firm foundation she can always call home."

At Women of Strength, we provide stability and safety for women in need through our housing services.

Our programs are designed to instill a sense of comfort and belonging in those we take under our wing.


Our focus is to provide a safe space for women in need of shelter. We  facilitate the transition to a renewed, healthy lifestyle.

Housing Program Features
(COVID-19 guidelines are required by law to be followed. Masks and safe social distancing is required when leaving private living quarters.)

Semi-private/ private living quarters:


  • -Bed + bedding linens

  • -Bedside table + lamp

  • -Television

  • -Personal toiletries

Medical Appointments:

  • -Assistance with scheduling of medial appointments

  • -WOS complimentary rides to / from medical appointments

  • -Assistance with pharmacy medication pick-up 

  • -Medication reminders 

Daily meals (Consists of breakfast, lunch, dinner, and snacks)

Personal shopping:


On-site laundry care:

     -Washer and dryer

Access to the following educational workshops (If applicable):

     -Substance abuse education

     -Child and parenting workshops

     -Education and job training

     -Mental health awareness 

     -Self-medication administration workshop

     -Life & Adaptive Skills Workshops



Housing facility equipped with the following:

     -24-hour  surveillance


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What Will I Learn?
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Life  Skill Workshops
Adaptive Skill Workshops

Skills necessary to fully participate

in everyday life: 

Skills necessary to effectively and independently take care of oneself:

  • Decision-making 

  • Problem-solving 

  • Coping with stress, trauma, and loss 

  • Resilience

  • Creative thinking 

  • Critical thinking 

  • Interpersonal relationships 

  • Budgeting and paying bills

  • Money, home, and food management 

  • Healthcare and wellness 

  • Housing and entitlements 

  • Advocacy, empathy understanding / sympathy

  • Assertiveness, equanimity (calmness)  

  • Using communication resources 

  • Daily living activities

  • Self-Care

    • Bathing, dressing, grooming, and feeding one-self

  • Communication skills

    • Understanding and using verbal and non-verbal language 

  • Self-Direction

    • Problem Solving, exercising choice, initiating and planning activities

  • Social Skill

    • Maintaining interpersonal relationships, understanding emotions and social cues, understanding fairness, honesty obeying rules and laws  

  • Leisure Skills

    • Taking responsibility for one's own activities, having the ability to participate in the community 

  • Home or School Living

    • Housekeeping, cooking doing laundry, maintaining a living space 

  • Functional Academic Skills

    • Using reading, writing and math skills in everyday life 

  • Community Use Skills

    • Shopping, using public transportation, using

Frequently Asked Questions
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