YWCA Pierce County
safety. healing. empowerment.
The YWCA Pierce County has been a community leader in domestic violence services for over thirty years. After starting the state's first domestic violence shelter in 1976, the YWCA has steadily expanded and enhanced a comprehensive menu of domestic violence service provision, offering clients real tools to change their lives through safety, healing, and empowerment.
The YWCA Pierce County touches the lives of over 12,000 women and children annually seeking safety through this bevy of services. Support from community members via volunteering and donations help the YWCA support its clients in creating lives free of violence and full of hope.
YWCA Pierce County mission: To transform the lives of women and children through safety, healing, and empowerment.
YWCA Pierce County vision: A safe, just, and equitable community.