WRC open to foot traffic!
For over a year, Women’s Resource Center steadfastly served clients over the phone in an attempt to do our part in limiting the spread of COVID-19. We are now allowing vaccinated people to come into the office.
In order to protect our clients, staff and volunteers, we will require the following for entry to the office.
- Valid picture ID
- Completed COVID-19 vaccination card
We will still be able to help anyone who doesn’t have an ID and/or vaccination card over the phone and online.
Call us at 970-247-1242 or email us at programs@WRCdurango.org.
PLEASE NOTE: The majority of our volunteers are in the high-risk health category, so we are respecting their needs and protecting them the best we can. The pandemic allowed us the opportunity to cultivate our creativity and innovation. We have been able to adjust our procedures and offer all of our programs and services over the phone and online for over a year now. If a client needs documents, we’ve passed them through the door with both the client and staff wearing masks. If they don’t have a phone or internet, we have a lower-risk staff member meet them outside, with both parties wearing masks. If a client doesn’t have a mask, we offer one for the outside visit free of charge. Therefore, we are able to provide the same programs and services to unvaccinated people that we provide for those who are vaccinated. Although allowing clients into the office again is in no way necessary or required, we’ve decided to conduct a soft opening, where those who are vaccinated may come in. We have faithfully served the community with unwavering dedication throughout the pandemic, and we are determined to continue to do the same now and in the future. Please give us a call or send us an email, so we can help you in any way we can!
- Manna is distributing sack lunches and hot to-go meals every day from 9-11am at the back entrance of their soup kitchen. Click here for more info. 1100 Avenida Del Sol, Durango
- Food Bank is open Tuesdays only. You must first sign up for “CURBSIDE PICKUP REQUEST” at DurangoAreaFoodBank.org. When you arrive on the date and time you registered for, drive up with proper ID, don’t get out of the vehicle, they will bring you a food box. If you don’t have transportation or if you’re a person at risk, call them at 970-375-2672 for delivery. 194 Bodo Drive C, Durango
Thank you for your patience and understanding.
Stay safe & healthy!
WRC staff, volunteers and board
Our community has literally hundreds of resources to help women like you, but finding them on your own can be tough. That’s why we’re here. We offer a supportive environment where you can find the resources you need to take care of yourself and your family. Whether you need food, shelter and clothing or help with a business plan, we’ll take the time to learn about the unique challenges you face and can help you develop a plan of action to get you back on your feet and on your way to economic self-sufficiency.
Start with our web site to see whether the resources listed here are helpful to you. We also encourage you to call or drop by the Center to talk with one of our staff members. You don’t need an appointment. You are always welcome. We’re here to support you as you change, prosper, and grow!
Regular Office Hours:
Monday – Thursday: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Friday: 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Closed Holidays: New Year’s Day, Presidents’ Day, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day, day after Thanksgiving, day before Christmas, Christmas Day
Call 970-247-1242 for more information
The Women’s Resource Center is a 501(c)3 Not-for-Profit. Please see our designation letter here.