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Bailey Carson McMahon
· September 21, 2016
As long time advocates of the YWCA my husband and I are so proud to be a part of this amazing group of people! The dedication shown by staff, volunteers, board members, clients and community supporter...s is the reason that this organization is able to provide families in crisis, opportunities to thrive and the ability to succeed outside of the sphere of abuse. The YWCA's efforts to break the cycle of violence have made an enormous impact within our community and therefore it is safer, healthier and more harmonious. Thank you to all involved with the YW. I support you all the way:) See More
Stacie Frankel Gold
· September 21, 2016
The YWCA is an amazing resource in Anne Arundel County offering counseling, legal services, and the county's only safe house shelter. The staff is extremely dedicated to the agency's mission and to en...suring the safety of its clients. This is a wonderful program that has enriched the lives of many in the community and as YWCA programs continue to grow more people are able to be empowered. See More
Mula Mammi's
· June 11, 2016
I was at Arden house recently and I can honestly say that it was the worst experience ever... let me start by saying that when I first got there it was not very welcoming... My guard was already up be...cause was just leaving a domestic violence shelter... There was really only two staff there that was understanding and didn't treat me like a child... They did not have any resources there and they also didn't help with transportation... There was staff their that treated us like they were better than us because of the situations we were in. They rushed us to leave with no regards to how we felt or with the fact that we all just left a very abusive and controlling situation... they were not understanding because they didn't have experience in domestic violence situations... And also they rushed me and a friend out of the shelter knowing that we didn't have anywhere to go... After all this the CEO of YWCA Molly Knipe contacted me and my friend and told us that she was sorry about our experience and that she could help us and then behind our back because of personal feeling about us saying how we feel she put us on the do not except back list and one of the staff members where walking around the house staying in so glad that they're gone... I just feel like this is unacceptable behavior from a domestic violence shelter and I will be talking to the board about this behavior. See More
Donna Leizear Reilly
· September 22, 2016
I am so impressed with the quality of staff at The Arden House and the YWCA. They are caring, compassionate and work tirelessly to advocate on behalf of their clients. If you are in need of assistan...ce, please reach out to them. You won't be disappointed. See More
Lisa Kreuzburg Munley
· June 13, 2017
Can't say enough about the Y and my sons trainer Megan Wilbert!!! My son is a rising freshman and will be trying out for fball this fall at BHS....wanting to make sure our son does not get hurt in the... gym at school she has educated him and built his confidence up to show up at Summer workouts feeling good about himself!! Can't get enough education to help
Prevent injury!! Thanks to the Y and Megan for giving him the tools he needs to succeed at the HS level!!
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Jennifer Kimes
· August 9, 2015
♥ this has proved to be a game changer for both my daughter and I! I have never felt more safe and secure any where else in my life!
Kathy Stanton Sauve
· September 22, 2016
The YWCA has helped thousands of women and children live happy, healthy and productive lives. I am proud to be involved with such a worthy organization.
Sean Philip
· September 21, 2016
The YWCA and its dedicated staff does so much for our community.

The annual Disco Gala is one of our favorite evenings.
Tami Harrison
· June 9, 2016
I was in the Arden House. It's seems like a nice place going in, but it's a different story once your in. The staff has no compassion for the women and children living there. They talk down on you and... they treated us like we were beneath them. They had no real understanding abt domestic violence and the stress it causes the families who have dealt w it . They are no help (w a exception of 2 women ). They have no resources, and have no resources or other options if your 45 days are up( which not to much can get done) they've sent women back to be homeless and had people leave because of the way they are being treated, which is a safety hazard for women if they rather go back to the person then to be in shelter and thats not good at all. I personally was sent to another place which made it harder and more Inconvient on my family just because I wouldn't allow them to talk to me like a child (that's a situation I left and didn't think I would be treated like that by a place whose goal is to HELP WOMEN. I was basically shorted on my time because someone didn't like the way I spoke up for myself. This place is retraumitizing families! They need to have people there who are willing to connect w these women and make them feel safe, and they haven't accomplished that goal. See More
Molly Knipe
· September 21, 2016
I can't imagine a nicer team of staff, clients, Board, volunteers, or partners to work alongside while supporting such a critical need in the community.
Patty Wilmoth
· April 20, 2016
I would like to know why you dont accept people with medical conditions and mental health i have both and would lovd to have a place to go couple times a week i am also disabled but willing to voluteer
Lauren Maddox
· September 22, 2016
The YW well-run organization doing important work for women and families.
أم أحمد وكارم
· December 30, 2016
The YWCA organization doing important work for women and families.. Great people . God bless you all :)
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That party got cra-zyyyy! The YWCA 80’s Bash is a testament to our community’s dedication to seeing people live happy lives, free from abuse. While we can rock the 80’s with flair, we are equally unified in ensuring significant resources to provide emergency housing, legal representation, hotlines, intervention, hospital accompaniment and licensed therapy to 10,000 people annually. By raising almost $250K this evening, our guests supported both the case management services and FULLY FURNISHING the new safe house shelter (opening January 2019!). We are SO grateful to all our friends who made this vision a reality; THANK YOU! (Joseph Bissett Photography)

Some of our YW crew ~ how we always dress . . . !

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