Women's Resource Center of Northern Michigan (WRCNM) continues to provide services during the unprecedented COVID-19 public health crisis by adapting service delivery, aligned with health and government requirements. Survivors can receive counseling and advocacy support via phone and the Safe Home continues to operate with the necessary adjustments to protect all staff and residents. 

Safety considerations led WRCNM to make the difficult decision to cancel the annual St. Patrick's Spring FUNdraiser event and temporarily close the Gold Mine Resale stores, prior to Governor Whitmer's executive order announcement.

The "stay-at-home" policy prevents further spread of COVID-19, however for an individual experiencing abuse, their home may not be a safe place. Rates of violence often spike during crises, when mobility is limited, stress is high, and normal life is disrupted. We need to continue to support women, children, and families in Antrim, Charlevoix, Cheboygan, Emmet, and Otsego counties now more than ever.  

Please help us support survivors during a high-risk situation and recover critical funds lost as a result of health and safety requirements. 

To make a donation offline, please call (231) 347-0067 or mail to 423 Porter Street, Petoskey, MI 49770.

Together, our community will get through this challenging time.   
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Emergency Funds for WRCNM COVID-19 Response

by Women's Resource Center of Northern Michigan


Women's Resource Center of Northern Michigan (WRCNM) continues to provide services during the unprecedented COVID-19 public health crisis by adapting service delivery, aligned with health and government requirements. Survivors can receive counseling and advocacy support via phone and the Safe Home continues to operate with the necessary adjustments to protect all staff and residents. 

Safety considerations led WRCNM to make the difficult decision to cancel the annual St. Patrick's Spring FUNdraiser event and temporarily close the Gold Mine Resale stores, prior to Governor Whitmer's executive order announcement.

The "stay-at-home" policy prevents further spread of COVID-19, however for an individual experiencing abuse, their home may not be a safe place. Rates of violence often spike during crises, when mobility is limited, stress is high, and normal life is disrupted. We need to continue to support women, children, and families in Antrim, Charlevoix, Cheboygan, Emmet, and Otsego counties now more than ever.  

Please help us support survivors during a high-risk situation and recover critical funds lost as a result of health and safety requirements. 

To make a donation offline, please call (231) 347-0067 or mail to 423 Porter Street, Petoskey, MI 49770.

Together, our community will get through this challenging time.