|Our Program Impact Report offers a comprehensive summary of our programs and services for the year ending June 30, 2016.|
YWCA of San Diego County empowers women, men, and children to break the cycle of domestic violence and homelessness, and achieve self-sufficiency. Through Becky’s House®, Rapid Re-Housing, Passages, and Cortez Hill Family Center programs, YWCA serves more than 8,400 individuals annually. Our transformational programs include safe housing, a 24-hour domestic violence hotline, case management, therapeutic counseling, legal support, employment development, housing assistance, financial literacy training, and children’s and youth services. We are committed to helping individuals and families recover from trauma, improve their economic status, find permanent housing, and ultimately transform their lives.
YWCA is one of the oldest and largest multicultural organizations for women in the world, with associations in 106 countries. Located in Washington DC, YWCA USA represents more than 200 local associations throughout the United States, collectively serving more than 2.3 million women, children, and families. United on national advocacy and public policy, each association is an independent organization with unique programs and services tailored to their local communities.
Funded by individuals, foundations, corporations, and government, YWCA relies on financial support from the community to provide a safe and nurturing environment for individuals and families overcoming domestic violence and homelessness. YWCA maintains a four-star rating from Charity Navigator — their highest rating — indicating excellence in governance, accountability, transparency, and fiscal responsibility.
YWCA of San Diego County is a designated 501(c)(3) non-profit organization for public benefit (federal tax identification: 95-1661119). To access our 990 tax forms, please visit our profile on GuideStar.org.