YWCA Middle Rio Grande

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Program Information
NTEE Code: 
E- Health Care
L- Housing and Shelter
N- Recreation, Sports, Leisure, Athletics
O- Youth Development
P- Human Services
R- Civil Rights, Social Action, Advocacy
S- Community Improvement, Capacity Building
W- Public, Society Benefit
Mission Statement: 

Through its services and advocacy, the YWCA commits its resources and efforts to eliminate racism and to the empowerment of women in order to attain a common vision of peace, justice, freedom and dignity for all people.

Programs: 

ENCOREPLUS: provides up-to-date information about breast health; personalized reminders to women to encourage annual screening and vouchers for free or low-cost mammograms.

GIRLS UNDERSTANDING REAL LIFE SUCCESS (G.U.R.L.S.): helps high school girls to cultivate the personal and business skills that will enable them to make a successful transition into college and the labor market.

HEART HEALTH: provides free or low-cost tests of blood pressure, cholesterol, and glucose and helps determine a woman's risk of developing heart disease or stroke.

HENDERSON HOUSE: the nation's first transitional housing for homeless women veterans and their dependent children.

OUR SISTER'S CLOSET: provides professional clothing needed by women to enter or re-enter the job market.

PAN: monthly feeds 5,000 children in home-based daycare by providing training and subsidies to caregivers so that children receive healthy meals and snacks.

POWER OF WELLNESS (PoW!): a free after-school wellness program that empowers high school girls to take care of their bodies.

TECHGYRLS: teaches girls 9-13 how to succeed in the fields of computers and technology.

WOMEN ON THE MOVE: celebrates and acknowledges our state's extraordinary women who are making significant contributions to their community.

Populations Served: 
African-American
Asian-American
Children and Youth
Disabled
Elderly
Families
Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender
Homeless
Immigrants
Latino/Hispanic
Low Income
Native American
Rural
Urban
Veterans
Women and Girls
Counties Served: 
Statewide
Year Founded: 
1910
Annual Budget: 
$1,000,000 - $4,999,999
Personnel: 
10 to 29 FTE
Executive Director: 
Andrea Nash
Board and Volunteer Positions: 
Accepts inquiries about volunteering
Accepts inquiries about board member positions
Nonprofit Status: 
Has 501(c)(3) nonprofit status from the IRS
Is registered as a Nonprofit Corporation with the State of New Mexico

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Last Updated Date: 
Jun 13 2012

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