Every Woman Works Inc. Learning Center is a non-threatening, supportive environment where women who are homeless, recovering from alcohol and drug dependency, in transition from the penal system, recovering from domestic violence, or living in poverty will have an opportunity to develop solid, transferable work skills, to strengthen their sense of self-confidence and to obtain financial independence.

Since opening its doors in early 2004, Every Woman Works, Inc. has achieved remarkable success in accomplishing its mission. Since the beginning of the program and with community support, EWW has served over 1,000 women and 3,600 children.


The Barriers

EWW recognizes that debilitating barriers such as homelessness, domestic violence and substance abuse, long periods of unemployment, extenuating circumstances such as lack of education, single parent households, and limited access to child care, and cycles of dependency, such as lack of life and job skills that exist and prohibit success in the lives of many women. They need the safe non-threatening, supportive environment provided at EWW to begin the intense work of rebuilding their lives.


Head of Household
Government Assistance
Criminal Backgrounds
Substance Abuse


Significant Organizations We Serve


Partners Against Domestic Violence

Women recovering from abuse learn healthy relationship skills and restore their intrinsic self-worth.

Department of Family and Children Services

Works to keep children and youth at home and provides services and support to help the family get back on track.

Department of Veteran Affairs

Women Veterans face unique challenges that increase their susceptibility to homelessness. Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and Military Sexual Trauma are the largest mental health challenges women veterans face when readjusting to society.

Recovery Support Programs

Provides temporary housing and support for women while they are recovering from substance abuse and or homelessness.