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Referrals and/or Partnerships

Pace Women’s Justice Center

is committed to proving holistic civil legal services to victims and survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, and stalking.  WRC may make referrals to the Pace Women’s Justice Center for services which may include representation for emergency and non-emergency civil proceedings relating to domestic violence, sexual assault, and stalking.  Civil proceedings include family law (order of protections, custody, visitation, child support, spousal support, divorce, and property issues) and my include DV immigration matters and referral on housing, public benefits, disability, health, and unemployment issues.


Putnam Family and Community Services

offers a broad range of services designed to address the mental health needs, substance abuse, and social and emotional issues that affect so many in our community. Our staff - a highly trained team of psychiatrists, masters level clinicians, credentialed alcohol and substance abuse counselors, nurses, care managers, and family and peer advocates - offers affordable and effective care in a welcoming environment for individuals and families experiencing difficulty with ...relationships ...substances ...emotions


People Against Domestic Violence

A growth oriented program to address women’s concerns including self-esteem, boundaries, goal setting, stress management & effective communication.

Children’s Advocacy Center

The Women’s Resource Center works very closely with the Child Advocacy Center (CAC).   WRC’s  full-time therapists collaborate with the CAC staff .  Working together at the CAC as a team has helped create a better understanding of each agency’s functions and how we can better cooperate to provide better services to the population we serve.

Putnam County 

Department of Social Services

provide for financial and Social Services to eligible residents of Putnam County in accordance with applicable Federal State and County Laws, toward enhancing family functioning, reducing dependency, preventing deterioration and maintaining adults and children in the community where possible. This should be accomplished responsively in a compassionate and helpful manner, within reasonable time periods, in a dignified and pleasant environment, and responsibly with the utmost efficiency and cost effectiveness, with full appropriate accountability to the agency’s clients, the County administration, appropriate State and Federal agencies and the public at large.

United Way’s 211 Hotline Referrals

For people who are homeless, in need of food or other resources not related to DV or SA

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