Photo Friday: Dee Dee

“Being a client here at the YWCA in Bellevue, I find this place to be safe, warm, and reliable. A resourceful place to network for jobs, housing, healthcare, and community services. A place where the staff is always exceptionally caring and supportive. I am grateful for the YWCA and all it’s contributions. They make it possible for women like me to have a place to grow and to go.”

– Dee Dee, referring to Angeline’s Eastside Women’s Center.

The YWCA Angeline’s Eastside Women’s Center opened in December 2006. It’s the first facility of its kind on the Eastside of the Seattle metro area dedicated to serving homeless and very low-income women.


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