Women’s Resource Center has been serving the Radnor community and surrounding areas for 41 years. Our mission is to help girls and women successfully navigate life’s transitions, and a common transition that prompts a woman to call us is divorce. We help women navigate this complex time by providing legal consultation, divorce resource events, support groups, counseling, and referrals to other necessary services. Our interventions can inform and empower women to land on their feet through the transition of divorce. But… what about the transition into marriage?
The Women’s Resource Center in Wayne has recently welcomed three new board members to guide the Center in expanding their services to clients in the coming years. In addition, they have hired a Resource Coordinator who will provide counseling and case management to clients. All of these individuals have critical roles to play in expanding WRC’s presence in the community.
Family Law Workshop For Women Veterans Overview of Family Law in PA Presented by Julie A. Auerbach, Esq. Clarify your legal rights and responsibilities related to divorce, child support, custody and related family law topics. Thursday, June 4th - 5:30 p.m. CMC VA 7th floor Rm 7A141
Women' Resource Center has been selected by Whole Foods Devon as a beneficiary of its Nickels for Nonprofits program from April 13-July 5th.
9th Annual Women’s Leadership Luncheon benefiting the Women’s Resource Center (WRC). This highly anticipated event – a sellout for the last five years – will be held at the Hyatt at the Bellevue in Center City, Philadelphia on Friday, April 10th, 11am-2pm. Emceed by Emmy-award winning journalist and former NBC10 reporter Lu Ann Cahn, the Women’s Leadership Luncheon will feature a keynote address on “The Art of Negotiating Throughout Life” by Jen Gaiski, Senior Vice President of Content Acquisition at Comcast.
December's Veterans Networking Group is meeting on December 9, from 6:30 – 8:00 p.m., at the Phoenixville Public Library, 183 Second Avenue , Phoenixville, PA 19460
Investing in You: Single? Estate planning is crucial. Single parents, listen up: A few pen strokes now can save you thousands of dollars later and leave your children more financially secure, too.
LOOKING FOR A WAY TO CELEBRATE VETERANS DAY? Starting Veterans Day, Tuesday, November 11th, 6:30 – 8:00 p.m. Come meet other women veterans in a casual setting at WRC's Monthly Women Veterans Networking Group. It is a great opportunity for these veterans to make personal and professional connections, share experiences, find community resources and celebrate their service to our country.
Angela Marchesani, program coordinator and counselor at the Women’s Resource Center and Cheryl Rice, life coach, president of Your Life Your Vision, are quoted in an article, "When Things Go Off Course, Give Yourself A Re-Do"