CareerWorks Women Venture (WoVen)

CareerWorks Women Venture (WoVen) provides targeted high-impact life stabilization, workforce readiness, and entrepreneurial development services that empower homeless and financially vulnerable women to not only become self-sufficient but to also thrive.

WoVen serves women of all ages, cultures, and races. Services are also provided to support the unique needs of women who are victims of domestic violence and sex trafficking.

Sub-programs of WoVen are:

SOAR (Sisters of Atlanta Rising) - A service provided in partnership with the Center for Black Women's Wellness, Inc and CommunityBuild Ventures, LLC, offering job readiness and coaching to low-income women, as well as sector-specific skills training and small-business development training. This service is supported by a grant from the Annie E. Casey Foundation.

VICTRS (Victims Transitional Services)  - Women who have or are experiencing trauma related to domestic violence or personal crime have unique needs beyond workforce readiness services. Through a Criminal Justice Coordinating Council (CJCC) Victims of Crime Act (VOCA) grant and private donations, WoVen is able to provide intensive services and additional support to assist victims in overcoming trauma barriers that may impact their ability to thrive.

To learn more about these programs, please contact Deborah Chinn at 404.874.8001 or use the form below. All information provided is confidential.

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