County Materials Provides Survivors a Safe Place to Heal and  Build a Future Free from Violence
March 25, 2021

Categories | Community & Education

County Materials Provides Survivors a Safe Place to Heal and Build a Future Free from Violence

For over 40 years, The Women’s Center has remained Waukesha County’s only agency of its kind, providing women, children, and men impacted by domestic abuse, sexual violence, child abuse, and trafficking a safe place to heal and build a future free from violence. The organization offers a variety of services, including emergency shelter, domestic violence and abuse support, workshops, parenting support, employment counseling services, and violence prevention and education. Each year, The Women’s Center serves over 17,500 clients, ensuring the needs of survivors are met, children are protected, and families heal.

County Materials, through the Sonnentag Foundation, partners with The Women’s Center to provide survivors the resources they need to heal. This year, in celebration of our company’s 75th anniversary, County Materials is committed to share 75 Stories of Impact, featuring organizations that receive funding from the Sonnentag Foundation and are part of the communities where we have locations.

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