The Women's Center
Upscale Resale Store
3216 S. Hopkins Avenue, Titusville -- (321) 362-5885
The Women's Center North Guild
... was formed Nov 9, 2010, through a series of group meetings called Vision for Victims. They will be supporting the efforts of the Titusville office and shelter.
We welcome you to become a member and join the Women's Center North Guild. Contact the Women's Center in North Brevard for more information at 321-607-6811.
The Women's Center is a 501c3 Non-Profit Organization dedicated to changing lives for the better, forever. Hunger, homelessness, domestic violence and sexual assault occur daily in Brevard County. The Women's Center is committed to addressing these needs by providing a progressive step towards safe, healthy, self-sufficient lives.
Thanks to our volunteers and loyal supporters we are able to provide counseling services, financial assistance, career guidance, job training, transitional housing and victim advocacy now available in North Brevard.
Our primary need is for victim advocates and assistance in the office.
Other volunteer opportunities include shelter assistance, counselors, peer counselors, child care assistance and workshop facilitators.
Contact: Jennifer Guarino at 321-607-6811
Under a grant from the DEO we will assist homemakers 35 years of age or older, who need training a. nd support to transition to either their first job or back into the workforce. These are individuals who are unemployed or underemployed and have been supported by a spouse or family member, but are no longer due to divorce, separation, death, unemployment or disability or have been dependent on federal assistance.
Career Guidance Services
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Dude Looks Like a Lady
September 7, 2018 — 6:30pm-10:30pm
Radisson Resort At The Port
Join us, along with +400 other supporters, in what has become Brevard's most raucous, fun, entertaining evening! The sixth annual Dude Looks Like a Lady is hosted by Sheriff Wayne Ivey and features a cabal of local professional men who transform and perform as their favorite female celebrity alter ego, all while raising money to fight against domestic violence. Festivities kick off on Friday, Sept 7, at 6:30 at the Convention Center at Radisson Resort at the Port.
The Women's Center Titusville location now offers the following Career Guidance Services:
The Women's Center Career Guidance program is a personalized program that explores career options and individual growth. Those who participate are able to have a clearer understanding of who they are, what motivates them, the skills they want to use in their work, and education or specialized training that may be required.
- Working one-on-one with a Career Guide
- Creation of an Individual Employment Plan
- Assistance with Exploration of Schools/ Careers
- Employability/Job Search Workshop
- Career Interest Testing
- Resume Writing Assistance
- Interview Preparation
- Job Posting/Job Referrals/Job Search Assistance
- 200 Hour On-the-Job Training Program
- Computer/Office Machine Usage for Job Search
- Career Clothing and Beauty Items/Services
- Community Resource Referrals
- Food Pantry
- Free Therapeutic Counseling Sessions
- Microloans to Start Small Business
Recently the Women's Center was awarded a grant by the State of Florida Department of Economic Opportunity (DEO) to assist Displaced Homemakers.
Under this grant we are able to assist individuals 35 years of age or older, who are unemployed or underemployed, and need training and support to transition back into the workforce or into a better paying position. These are individuals who have been financially supported by a spouse or family member, but are no longer due to divorce, separation, death, disability or unemployment. All services are free of charge for men and women who meet the program criteria. Please feel free to distribute the attached flyer and/or refer clients as needed.
Under a grant from the DEO we assist homemakers 35 years of age or older, male or female, needing training and support to transition into their first job or back into the workforce. These individuals were once supported by a spouse or family member, but due to divorce, separation, death, or disability they are now unemployed or underemployed and need to become self- sufficient.
If you have any questions or would like additional information, I can be reached at 321-607-6811, ext. 2206.