Women Aware

Category: Human Services


This Year's Project: Individual and Family Financial Stabilization Strategies


About Our Organization

Women Aware's mission is to transform the emotional and economic future of individuals in transition through a comprehensive service delivery program of advocacy, education, information and referral. A special emphasis is placed on increasing financial stability and maximizing the earning capacity of single heads of households.



Current Project: Individual and Family Financial Stabilization Strategies




Women Aware is a non-profit organization, which has been in operation for 43 years. Women Aware has assisted thousands of Siouxlanders in their efforts to transform and stabilize their lives, families, and futures. We at Women Aware provide supportive, comprehensive adovcacy services to individuals and families in transition to problem solve in the areas of education, financial stability, employment, housing, and emotional support and advocacy. 

Project Goal: To assist clients in improving their quality of life by obtaining employment, budgeting, housing (as needed), and emotional support and advocacy

Strategies:

1. Provide intake services to assess financial, emotional, housing, and employment needs

2. Assist clients in obtaining professional certifications for qualifying positions/employment

3. Assist clients in budgeting of finance and time management

4. Provide advocacy services as needed to assist clients in improving and sustaining quality of life, which includes employment, housing, budgeting and emotional/social support



Past Projects

  • Strategies for Stability


    Project Details

    Women Aware is a United Way agency that works to connect women and men who are living “on the edge” to the resources they need to become productive and stable members of the community. We have been able to offer our comprehensive resource and referral services for 42 years, due in large part to your support of our mission, which is to help families chart a course toward a more financially secure future.

    Being a Women Aware donor means you are helping to transform the emotional and economic future of someone in our community – not just a quick fix. We provide a supportive environment that helps people address the underlying causes of poverty and helps guide them out of a pattern of living from crisis to crisis, to a more financially secure and stable future.

    Project Intent/Purpose: To help individuals/families develop a comprehensive transportation plan and provide eligible households assistance to access a well-developed network of area agencies and organizations designed to address issues of: employment, medical care, emergency assistance, education, and other critical resources.

    Project Goals:

    A) To improve the quality of life for financially disadvantaged individuals/families, by facilitating access to critical, supportive resources.

    B) To create and implement a comprehensive transportation plan, which includes the combination of two or more types of transportation, including: a bus pass, gas card (for personal vehicle or carpooling), and rides from extended family/friends/neighbors/ volunteers.

    C) To assist participants in obtaining/securing government photo identification (State IDs or Tribal Enrollment IDs), certified Birth Certificates/Certificates of Marriage, bus passes, gas cards, and credit reports.



  • Strategies for Stability


    Project Details

    Women Aware is a United Way agency that works to connect women and men who are living “on the edge” to the resources they need to become productive and stable members of the community. We have been able to offer our comprehensive resource and referral services for 41 years, due in large part to your support of our mission, which is to help families chart a course toward a more financially secure future. 

    Being a Women Aware donor means you are helping to transform the emotional and economic future of someone in our community – not just a quick fix.  We provide a supportive environment that helps people address the underlying causes of poverty and helps guide them out of a pattern of living from crisis to crisis, to a more financially secure and stable future. 

    Project Intent/Purpose: To help individuals/families develop a comprehensive transportation plan and provide eligible households assistance to access a well-developed network of area agencies and organizations designed to address issues of: employment, medical care, emergency assistance, education, and other critical resources.

    Project Goals:

    A)   To improve the quality of life for financially disadvantaged individuals/families, by facilitating  access to critical, supportive resources.

     

    B)   To create and implement a comprehensive transportation plan, which includes the combination of two or more types of transportation, including: a bus pass, gas card (for personal vehicle or carpooling), and rides from extended family/friends/neighbors/ volunteers.

     

    C)   To assist participants in obtaining/securing government photo identification (State IDs or Tribal Enrollment IDs), certified Birth Certificates/Certificates of Marriage, bus passes, gas cards, and credit reports. 

     



  • Strategies for Stability


    Project Details

    Women Aware is a United Way agency that works to connect women and men who are living “on the edge” to the resources they need to become productive and stable members of the community. We have been able to offer our comprehensive resource and referral services for 38 years, due in large part to your support of our mission, which is to help families chart a course toward a more financially secure future. 

    Being a Women Aware donor means you are helping to transform the emotional and economic future of someone in our community – not just a quick fix.  We provide a supportive environment that helps people address the underlying causes of poverty and helps guide them out of a pattern of living from crisis to crisis, to a more financially secure and stable future. 

    Project Intent/Purpose: To help individuals/families develop a comprehensive transportation plan and provide eligible households assistance to access a well-developed network of area agencies and organizations designed to address issues of: employment, medical care, emergency assistance, education, and other critical resources.

    Project Goals:

    A)   To improve the quality of life for financially disadvantaged individuals/families, by facilitating  access to critical, supportive resources.

     

    B)   To create and implement a comprehensive transportation plan, which includes the combination of two or more types of transportation, including: a bus pass, gas card (for personal vehicle or carpooling), and rides from extended family/friends/neighbors/ volunteers.

     

    C)   To assist participants in obtaining/securing government photo identification (State IDs or Tribal Enrollment IDs), certified Birth Certificates/Certificates of Marriage, bus passes, gas cards, and credit reports. 

     



  • Strategies for Stability


    Project Details

    Women Aware is a United Way agency that works to connect women and men who are living “on the edge” to the resources they need to become productive and stable members of the community. We have been able to offer our comprehensive resource and referral services for 38 years, due in large part to your support of our mission, which is to help families chart a course toward a more financially secure future. 

    Being a Women Aware donor means you are helping to transform the emotional and economic future of someone in our community – not just a quick fix.  We provide a supportive environment that helps people address the underlying causes of poverty and helps guide them out of a pattern of living from crisis to crisis, to a more financially secure and stable future. 







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Women Aware

505 5th Street #422
Sioux City, IA 51101

 
(712) 258-4174

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