Your freedom is supported through our advocacy, collaboration and competence.
Survivors face many obstacles before they can truly be free of domestic or sexual abuse and its insidious hold on their spirit and their lives. The WCA has two full-time Case Managers who help guide clients to community resources that provide them with choices to rebuild their lives. Whether it’s health care, employment, food or housing, Case Managers know how to access the supportive services that create the Treasure Valley’s safety net.
Classes in nurturing parenting styles, financial literacy and breaking the cycle of domestic violence are among the many educational sessions available to WCA clients. Basic life skills, such as routine automobile maintenance and how to fix nutritious meals, are also available.
The Treasure Valley Economic Action Program (TVEAP), comprised of six agencies, provides much-needed programs about budgeting, saving, investing and using credit effectively. All courses are designed to empower individuals and provide the tools they need to create the life they want for themselves and their family.