Global Women’s Database

[iwg_maps]

US Women’s Organisations

S. No.NameOther NameAcronymContact NameCentersSte-Apt Number/FloorCare OfP.O.BoxStreet NameCityStateCountryZip/Postal CodeTelephoneAlternative TelephoneFaxE-MAILWebsiteUniversity/College Assoc.Purpose/ObjectiveDescriptionDescription of ClientType of OrganizationType of Assistance ProvidedMiscellaneous
1National Organization For Women501 Bennett DriveAlabasterAlabamaUSA35007
2Bessemer State Tech College Displaced Homemakers Program308BessemerAlabamaUSA35021(205) 428-6391
3Victim Services of Cullman, Inc416CullmanAlabamaUSA35056(256) 775-2600(256) 734-6120 / 734-6100(256) 775-8354
4SafeHouse574PelhamAlabamaUSA35124(205) 664-5930(205) 664-4357(205) 664-4747
5YWCAYWCATalladegaAlabamaUSA35160Talladega College
6American Association Of Black Women Entrepeneurs, Inc408 N 17th StBirminghamAlabamaUSA35203
7League Of Women Voters# 8062027 1st Ave N BirminghamAlabamaUSA35203(205) 251-2346(205) 970-0451jjohnson@scott.nethttp://www.bham.net/lwvgb/
8YWCA Of BirminghamYWCA309 N. 23rd StBirminghamAlabamaUSA35203
9Women's Center3800-ABirminghamAlabamaUSA35208Office Of Women's Affairs
10Black Women Academicians861 Goldwire St., S.WBirminghamAlabamaUSA35211
11Women's Yellow Pages Of Greater Birmingham20824BirminghamAlabamaUSA35216(205) 967-0085
12Alabama Women's Agenda1122 Glen View RdBirminghamAlabamaUSA35222(205) 324-6747
13Crisis Center/Rape ResponseSuite 5013600 8th Avenue SouthBirminghamAlabamaUSA35222(205) 323-7782(205) 323-7273(205) 328-6225
14Alabama Solution370821BirminghamAlabamaUSA35237(205) 250-0205
15The Foundation For Women's Health In Alabama550114BirminghamAlabamaUSA35255
16Turning Point Domestic Violence/Sexual Assault1165TuscaloosaAlabamaUSA35403(205) 758-0808(205) 758-0808(205) 759-8042
17Tuscaloosa Lesbian Coalition Newsletter40685TuscaloosaAlabamaUSA35404(205) 556-0650
18Gay Student Union4595UniversityAlabamaUSA35486Gay
19Women's Studies University Of Alabama870272TuscaloosaAlabamaUSA35487Rape Response
20Mental Health Association1502DecaturAlabamaUSA35602(256) 353-1160(256) 353-1160(256) 353-1163
21Women's Alliance English Dept,#15Harris HallDecaturAlabamaUSA35609(205) 353-3102Calhoun Community College
22Rape Response2752FlorenceAlabamaUSA35630(256) 765-0025(256) 767-1100(256) 767-1151
23Safeplace, Inc1456FlorenceAlabama USA35631
24Healing, Empowerment, and Recovery For WomenHer Place#200-B8840 Highway 20 W MadisonAlabamaUSA35758
25YWCAYWCANormalAlabamaUSA35762Alabama A & M University
26Alabama Women's Political Caucus2902 Drexel Drive S.EHuntsvilleAlabamaUSA35801
27Clinic For Women# 711303 Williams Ave Sw HuntsvilleAlabamaUSA35801(205) 533-7420
28Womansong603 Franklin StHuntsvilleAlabamaUSA35801
29Women's Community Health Center131 Longwood DrHuntsvilleAlabamaUSA35801(800) 666-9228
30Crisis Services of North Alabama368HuntsvilleAlabamaUSA35804(256) 534-1784(256) 539-1000 / 539-6161(256) 539-6873
31Hope Place, Inc687HuntsvilleAlabamaUSA35804
32Rainbow Ltd# 400b4321 University Dr HuntsvilleAlabamaUSA35816205-722-9220
33AAUWAAUW231 Claremont DrGadsdenAlabamaUSA35901
34The Shelter, Inc1548GadsdenAlabamaUSA35901
35Etowah County Women's Political Caucus1603GadsdenAlabamaUSA35902(205) 547-8240
36Alabama Coalition Against Domestic Violence4762GadsdenAlabamaUSA35902(205) 547-8240
37Alabama Coalition Against Domestic Violence4762MontgomeryAlabamaUSA36101334-832-4842334-832-4803
38Domestic Abuse Shelter4752MontgomeryAlabamaUSA36101
39Alabama Coalition Against Rape1721 W. 2nd StreeetMontgomeryAlabamaUSA36106(334) 264-01231-888-725-7273(334) 264-0128http://www.acar.org
40Women's Networking2800 Highland AvenueMontgomeryAlabamaUSA36107
41Alabama Coalition Against Domestic Violence1336 Mario RdMontgomeryAlabamaUSA36116
42Council Against Rape1415 East South BlvdMontgomeryAlabamaUSA36116(334) 286-5980(334) 286-5987(334) 286-5993
43Women's Shelter218AnnistonAlabamaUSA36201
442nd Chance Agency Against Domestic Violence2714AnnistonAlabamaUSA36202(205) 236-7381http://www.buyersusa.com/nqc/al/2chance.htm
45Daybreak Crisis Recovery Center, Inc1125 Christine AvenueAnnistonAlabamaUSA36207(256) 237-6300(256) 231-0654(256) 237-0277
46The House Of Ruth968DothanAlabamaUSA36302(334) 793-5214(334) 793-2232/ 1-800-650-6522(334) 671-1023
47Women's Center/Career Development Center1300EnterpriseAlabamaUSA36330
48American Business Womens Association - Eastern Shore1336DaphneAlabamaUSA36526
49Business & Professional Women's Club8825 Morphy AveFairhopeAlabamaUSA36532(205) 928-4700
50Alabama Friends Of Midwives338FoleyAlabamaUSA36536
51Women's Federation For World Peace7010 Hampton RdIrvingtonAlabamaUSA36544(205) 957-6404
52American Business Women's Association7242Gulf ShoresAlabamaUSA36547(205) 948-6545
53Business & Professional Women's Club631MontroseAlabamaUSA36559(205) 928-0774
54Business & Professional Women's Club843SaralandAlabamaUSA36571(205) 675-7883
55YWCA Of MobileYWCA1206 Dauphin StMobileAlabamaUSA36604(205) 433-2565
56League Of Women Voters Mobile Chapter261 N Bishops LaneMobileAlabamaUSA36608(205) 341-5115
57Mobile Rape Crisis Center501 N Bishop LaneMobileAlabamaUSA36608(334) 473-7273
58National Association Of Women Business Owners8341 Airport BlvdMobileAlabamaUSA36608(205) 933-5693
59American Business Women's Association3263 Cottage Hill RdMobileAlabamaUSA36609(205) 476-4493
60American Business Women's Association4317 Downtowner Loop NMobileAlabamaUSA36609(205) 344-0885
61American Pen Women5208 N Border DrMobileAlabamaUSA(205) 342-8198
62American Business Women's Association160945MobileAlabamaUSA36616(205) 343-1776
63American Society Of Women Accountants (ASWA)16147MobileAlabamaUSA(205) 471-3454
64Society Of Women Engineers160689MobileAlabamaUSA
65American Business Women's Association (ABWA)1863 Colonial Oaks DrMobileAlabamaUSA36618
66National Association Of Railway Women1601 Woodley RdMobileAlabamaUSA36618(205) 344-1073
67American Business Women's Association6469 Fairoak DrMobileAlabamaUSA36619(205) 661-8865
68Executive Women International190550MobileAlabamaUSA36619
69Financial Women InternationalP.O. Drawer 2527MobileAlabamaUSA36622(205) 690-1545
70Executive Women's Forum1544MobileAlabamaUSA36633(205) 433-4977
71H.O.P.E. ChestH.O.P.E1584MobileAlabamaUSA36633(205) 432-7682
72American Association Of University Women1907 Le Jeune DrMobileAlabamaUSA36640(205) 344-7714
73Women's Coaliton Of Mobile40082MobileAlabamaUSA36640
74Coalition Of 100 Black Women2941MobileAlabamaUSA36652(205) 433-1551
75ORWACORWAC1000 UCOMMobileAlabamaUSA36688-0002gchrysle@jaguar1.usouthal.eduUniversity of South AlabamaThis is an academically oriented group that sponsors research and workshops on issues related to gender, feminism, and communicationDept. of Communication
76National Organization For Women NOW8834MobileAlabamaUSA36689(205) 666-6896
77Rape Crisis Center of Mobile4211 Government StreetMobileAlabamaUSA36693(334) 660-8011(334) 473-7273/ 1-800-718-7273(334) 666-3787
78Women's Yellow Pages Of Greater Mobile1301 Azalea RdMobileAlabamaUSA36693(205) 660-2725
79National Women's Political Caucus NWPC2620 Charlotte Oaks DrMobileAlabamaUSA36695(205) 661-4682
80Alabama Women's Hall Of FameMarionAlabamaUSA36756(334) 683-5109http://home.judson.edu/extra/fame/fame.htmlJudson College
81Judson College120MarionAlabamaUSA36756334-683-6161admissions@future.judson.eduhttp://home.judson.edu/
82Rape Counselors of East Alabama, Inc.2133 Executive Park DriveOpelikaAlabamaUSA36801(334) 741-0707(334) 745-8634(334) 745-5606
83Auburn Gay/Lesbian AssociationAuburnAlabamaUSA36831(205) 887-5334Auburn UniversityGay/Lesbian
84Auburn Women's Organization - Feminist Majority Leadership AllianceAuburnAlabamaUSA36831awo-list@auburn.eduhttp://www.auburn.edu/awo/Auburn University
85East Alabama Task Force For Battered Women1104AuburnAlabamaUSA36831887-9330
S. No.NameStreet AddressCityStateCountryZip/Postal CodeWebsitePurpose/ObjectiveAcronymTelephoneFaxOther NameCentersContactP.O.BoxCare Of/DescriptionE-MAILAlternative TelephoneUniversity/College Assoc.MiscellaneousType of Assistance ProvidedDescription of ClientSte-Apt Number/FloorType of Organization
1Jenesse Center, IncLos AngelesCaliforniaUSA90003(213) 751-114573837Women
2YWCA Of Los Angeles2053 East 99th StLos AngelesCaliforniaUSA90003(213) 567-2145Watts Unit
3Women's Organization Reaching Koreans 6105 Harvard Blvd., #220Los AngelesCaliforniaUSA90003Their goal is to provide immediate and long-term resources to develop leadership and promote professional and personal growth for Korean-American women.WORK(213) 239-0784Women's Organization Reaching Koreans is a bilingual, bicultural organization formed to identify and address the issues concerning Korean American women. Their goal is to provide immediate and long-term resources to develop leadership and promote professional and personal growth for Korean-American women. The organization strives to become the voice of Korean-American women on issues relating not only to women but also to the Korean-American community in general. WORK serves as a vital link between the mainstream and Korean communities. Languages: Korean and EnglishWomen's Organization Reaching Koreans is a bilingual, bicultural organization formed to identify and address the issues concerning Korean American women
4Family Planning Association601 S WestmorelandLos AngelesCaliforniaUSA90003213-738-7283
5Alcoholism Center For Women1147 S Alvarado St.Los AngelesCaliforniaUSA90006
6Casa De Rosas-Sunshine Mission For Women2600 So. Hoover StLos AnagelesCaliforniaUSA90007(213) 742-9951Women
7Coalition Labor Union Women2501 South Hill StLos AngelesCaliforniaUSA90007(323) 935-0516
8Gender Watchers3175 S. Hoover Street #353Los AngelesCaliforniaUSA90007http://www.genderwatchers.orggenderwatchers@cs.com
9Black Women's Forum3870 Crenshaw Blvd., Ste. 210Los AngelesCAUSA90008(213) 292-3009The Black Women's Forum is a bipartisan group dedicated to the empowerment of Black women. Luncheons are given six times a year which feature speakers and guests of prominence. The group consists of eleven task forces and committees which handle matters of concern to Black women.
10South Central Domestic Violence Committee3860 Crenshaw BlvdLos AngelesCAUSA90008(818) 796-7358
11YWCA Of Los AngelesAngeles Mesa Branch, 2501 W. Vernon AveLos AngelesCAUSA90008(213) 295-4288(213) 365-9887
12Korean American Family Services Center610 5. Harvard Blvd., #230Los AngelesCAUSA90010(213) 389-6755(213) 389-6757The Korean Family Counseling and Legal Advice Center serves the Korean-American Community in southern California by providing culturally and linguistically appropriate counseling and consultation services. Individual, family, and marriage counseling, preventative educational seminars and referrals are offered free of charge to clientele
13YWCA/Los Angeles Executive Offices3345 Wilshire Blvd., Ste. 300Los AngelesCAUSA90010-1814YWCA(213)365-2991(213) 365-9887The YWCA provides quality affordable child care, employment training workshops, teen career readiness and life options programs, a literacy program, Asian Pacific Services program, and a Sexual Assault Crisis Program. Programs for fitness, activities, and personal growth are also offered, The YWCA of L. A. operates the Los Angeles Job Corps program. YWCA branches and centers are located throughout the Greater L.A. area. Multilingual capabilities varies at branches and centers.
14Chicana Service Action Center Inc134 E. First StLos AngelesCaliforniaUSA90012CSAC(213) 253-5959Chicana Service Action Center offers comprehensive support and employment training programs. The Center develops and implements programs to increase the economic participation and personal self-reliance of women. CSAC offers numerous social service programs: a shelter for victims of domestic violence, a 24-hour bilingual hotline, a 24-hour family crisis center, training and employment programs, a self-sufficiency project for low-income single parents, education and employment training to high-risk youth, a non-traditional employment construction program in the building trades, and a children's day care center. Bilingual: Spanish.
15City Hall Executive Womenc/o Commission on the Status of Women, City Hall East, 200 N. Main Street, Room 700Los AngelesCAUSA90012CHEW(213) 485-6533City Hall Executive Women is an organization designed to provide a networking forum for female Officials and Administrators who work for the City of Los Angeles. Concerns of CHEW center around three areas: public management, public policy, and the advancement of women, The group meets several times a year for lunch and invites individuals to speak on issues affecting executive women
16Civic Angelsc/o Los Angeles Dodgers, 100 Elysian Park AveLos AngelesCAUSA90012(213) 224-1479Civic Angels is an organization of professional executive women who sponsor charitable fund-raising events for the purpose of promoting educational, cultural, social, and civic interests in downtown Los Angeles. The major focus of their community efforts has been support for the Downtown Women's Center, Dolores Mission's child care program, and training for women's projects
17National Association Of Women In ConstructionSan Fernando Valley, 555 W. 5th St., #3700Los AngelesCAUSA90013(818) 624-2939The National Association of Women in Construction is a professional association benefiting women employed in the construction industry or an affiliate thereof. The organization offers scholarships, seminars, and classes to those wishing to gain additional knowledge in the industry. The Association also informs its membership about legislation relating to construction and the legislative process.
18Los Angeles Commission On Assaults Against Women603 West Olympic Blvd., # 400Los AngelesCaliforniaUSA90015(213) 462-1281(213) 462-8434lacaaw@earthlink.net
19Angeles Girl Scout Council5057 West Adams BlvdLos AngelesCAUSA90016(213) 933-4700The Angeles Girl Scout Council is open to girls aged 4 to 17 from the community. It provides an informal education process based on shared ethical values. Activities stimulate self-discovery and self-confidence, give opportunities for community scrvice. provide fun and friendships, and develop skills. Programs includes Girl Scout troops, camp,. after-school centers, year-round centers, in-school scouting, and discovery Troop Programs. Bilingual: Spanish.
20Career Equity Services UnitLos Angeles Unified School District, 1320 W. 3rd Street, Rm. 818Los AngelesCaliforniaUSA90017(213) 625-4555The Career Equity Services Unit was previously the Gender Equity Program which designs programs to promote the infusion of career and sex equity concepts into educational programs and practices. They provide career advisement and counseling to students enabling them to understand the importance of choosing their career path. Through collaboration with community-based organizations, the unit offers additional referral services that empower disadvantaged students to attain economic self-sufficiency. Multilingual: Mandarin, Cantonese, Shanghais, and Spanish. Volunteer opportunities for mentors for young women.
21New Economics for Women303 S. Loma DriveLos AngelesCAUSA90017(213) 483-2060 (310) 393-9529Comision Femenil de Los Angeles promotes the advancement of Latinas politically, economically and socially. CFLA addresses issues and problems facing Latinas, such as employment, education, child care, legislation, and reproductive rights. The organization awards scholarships to college-bound Latinas. Bilingual: Spanish. Volunteer opportunities.(310) 3950098
22Wilfandel Club3425 W. Adams BlvdLos AngelesCAUSA90018(213) 737-6243Established by Black women active in the community, the Wilfandel Club's goal is to promote civic betterment, philanthropic endeavors, and general culture. They maintain a clubhouse, sponsor a scholarship, and hold monthly meetings which feature speakers.
23Black Gay & Lesbian Leadership Forum1219 South La Brea AveLos AngelesCaliforniaUSA90019(213) 964-7820
24Financial Women International1223 West BlvdLos AngelesCAUSA90019(213) 934-6578Financial Women International (FWI) is the largest organization of finance executives in the world, with over 17,000 members. Established in 1921 as the National Association of Bank Women, the Association changed its name in 1989 to recognize the global future of the financial services industry. FWI is the only industry association devoted to the professional interests and advancement of women in the industry and its mission is to empower women to attain professional, economic, and personal goals. and influence the future shape of the financial industry. FWI sponsors monthly meetings, scholarship programs, and educational seminars. Many members are multi-lingual. Volunteer opportunities.(310) 246-3050
25Women Alive1566 South Burnside AveLos AngelesCaliforniaUSA90019http://www.thebody.com/.../wa/wapage.html213-965-1564Women Alive is a coalition of, by and for women living with HIV/AIDS. We understand the pain and fear, how easy it is to hide, how difficult it can be to come to terms with this disease and reach out. Women Alive is the means we have created to help us connect with each other, bring others like us out of isolation, exchange information about HIV treatments, and take charge of our lives, our care, and our destiny.WomenAlive@AOL.COM
26YWCA/Los Angeles Executive Offices3345 Wilshire Blvd., Ste. 300Los AngelesCA USA90019(213) 365-2991
27Women's Christian Temperance Union Of Southern Californa551 South Kingsley DrLos AngelesCAUSA90020(213)383-5702The women and children. Limited Spanish available. Women's Christian Temperance Union promotes and distributes educational materials based on Christian temperance principles relative to social issues concerning
28YWCA Of Los Angeles Asian Pacific Services3625 W. 6thSt., #101Los AngelesCAUSA90020(213)380-511524 hour Rape/Battery Crisis Hotline 1-800-585-6231,Bilingual AIDS Hotline 1800-400-7432
29Para Los Ninos845 East Sixth StLos AngelesCAUSA90021(213) 623-8446Located in the heart of Los Angeles' Central City/Skid Row district, Para Los Ninos is a non profit, family resource center, providing comprehensive services for homeless and transient families with children. Para Los Ninos' programs are divided into two departments: Family Services and Child Care and Development-Services include Latch-Key after-school care for children ages 6 to 12 years, Off Track full daycare, Teen Center diversion program for young adults ages 13-18 years, respite and long-term care to children at risk of abuse, medical and job referrals, and programs for families living in downtown hotels. Bilingual: Spanish.
30East Los Angeles Women's Center1255 South Atlantic BlvdLos Angeles CAUSA90022323-526-5819Our non profit organization provides counseling, emergency services such as clothing, personal grooming items, vouchers for hotels and food for survivors of rape and battery. All services are free and confidential. Volunteers accompany victims to the hospital and help them navigate through the judicial system. We provide workshops on self defense, parenting, AIDS-HIV, along with those on Date Rape
31Hispanic Women's Council, Inc5805 East Beverly BlvdLos Angeles CAUSA90022(213) 729-9991The Hispanic Women's Council works to develop leadership qualities and social consciousness of Hispanic women and children. The organization promotes the advancement of women in the areas of education, community service, economic stability, and civil affairs, and fosters unity among Latin community groups. Bilingual: Spanish. Volunteer opportunities.
32Hope Pac3220 E 26th StLos AngelesCaliforniaUSA90023(213) 267-5853
33Mothers of East LA, Santa Isabel Chapter924 S. Mott StLos AngelesCAUSA90023(213) 269-9898Mother's of East Los Angeles is a grassroots organization dedicated to combatting the social, economic and racial injustices and to provide economic stimulus for the community. Founded in 1985, Mother's of East Los Angeles is a community based woman's group that organizes, educates and mobilizes the community for the benefit of the children. .Bilingual: Spanish and English
34Immaculate Heart College Center425 Shatto P1., Ste. 401Los AngelesCaliforniaUSA90024(213) 386-3116The goal of the Immaculate Heart College Center is education and research for peace, justice, and global cooperation. The center offers workshops and seminars on women's perspectives on work, peace, justice, spirituality, and religion. The center also offers a masters program on feminist spirituality, and programs on international and multicultural studies and conflict resolution. IHCC also offers a masters program in global studies with special emphasis on global ethics and education, and peace and conflict studies.
35Los Angeles County Medical Women's AssociationLos AngelesCAUSA90024(310) 788-9455241426The Los Angeles County Medical Women's Association is the local branch of the American Medical Women's Association. The organization provides referral information to the general public on women physicians in Los Angeles County and published a directory of women physicians in Los Angeles County. Members are active on a variety of health-related issues.
36UCLA Association Of Academic Women, UCLA - Department of Art History405 Hilgard Ave., 320 Dixon HallLos AngelesCAUSA90024-1417UCLA(310) 206-6975The UCLA Association of Academic Women is an independent organization of UCLA women concerned with women's issues, professional advancement, and general welfare on campus. Each year, the group presents six to seven programs designed to reflect and advance the diverse professional interests of the members, and give recognition to scholarly and artistic achievements of UCLA women. Annual awards are also given on a competitive basis to outstanding women graduate students.
37UCLA Center For The Study Of Women405 Hilgard Ave., 276 Kinsey HallLos AngelesCaliforniaUSA90024 -1504http://www.humnet.ucla.edu/humnet/csw/home.htmlUCLA(310) 206-7700The UCLA Center for the Study of Women is the only organized research unit at the University of California devoted to the study of women and gender. Its major purpose is to facilitate faculty research on women and gender, support graduate student research, sponsor conferences, speaker's series, and workshops.(310) 825-0590
38Women's Political Committee315 Conway AveLos AngelesCaliforniaUSA90024(310) 446-4820(310) 446-4723
39Women's Resource Center University of California, L.A2 Dodd Hall, 405 Hilgard Ave.Los AngelesCaliforniaUSA90024
40Women's Studies Program UCLA, 240 Kinsey Hall405 Hilgard AveLos AngelesCaliforniaUSA90024http://www.humnet.ucla.edu/humnet/wsp/home.html(310) 206-8101
41Regis House Community Center11346 Iowa AveLos AngelesCAUSA90025(310) 477-8168Regis House is a community center with social groups for all ages, an after school program for school-age children, referral services, counseling, domestic employment referrals, and tutoring. ESL classes are offered in the mornings Monday thru Friday. Senior citizens social and educational events are held weekly. Bilingual: Spanish. Volunteer Opportunities.
42The Enterprising Woman792 1/2 Kensington RdLos AngelesCaliforniaUSA90026http://www.enterprisingwoman.com213-250-7799213-250-8899
43American Federation Of Television And Radio Artists, Women's Committee6922 Hollywood Blvd.HollywoodCAUSA90028(213) 461-8111
44American Society of Women Accountants515 South Flower StLos Angeles, CaliforniaUSA90028(213) 466-8381 (213) 964-2740
45American Women In Radio And Television,Southern CA. ChapterLos AngelesCAUSA90028AWRT3615American Women in Radio and Television is a national organization of professional women and men in the broadcast industry and allied fields. AWRT promotes the advancement of women in the electronic media industry, provides opportunities for leadership and professional growth. and improves the quality of radio and television. This chapter has monthly educational programs including a specialized Workshop Series for writers, directors, editors, and producers. The Chapter also sponsors fundraising events to underwrite its scholarship program and children's charities. Volunteer opportunities
46Assistance League Of Southern California1370 N. St. Andrews PlaceLos AngelesCAUSA90028(213) 469-1973The Assistance League is a non-profit philanthropic organization established in 1919, which provides essential human services to families, children, and individuals in need within the greater Los Angeles area. The League's services include a day nursery, family counseling, a children's theater, a children's club, a senior citizen program, and a volunteer center. Multilingual. Volunteer Opportunities
47C.O.Y.O.T.E.1626 Wilcox Ave # 850Los AngelesCaliforniaUSA90028818-892-1859
48Gay and Lesbian Community Yellow Pages1604 Vista del MarLos AngelesCaliforniaUSA90028(213) 469-4454
49Lesbian Law Project1625 N Schrader BlvdLos AngelesCaliforniaUSA90028213-993-7670
50Lesbian Mothers & Our Childrenc/o GLCSC-COEP,1625 N Schrader AveLos AngelesCaliforniaUSA90028(213) 993-7432
51Los Angeles Gay & Lesbian Legal Services1625 Schrader BlvdLos AngelesCaliforniaUSA90028(213) 993-7443
52United Lesbians Of African Heritage (ULOAH)1626 N Wilcox Ave # 190Los AngelesCaliforniaUSA90028http://members.aol.com/uloah/home.htmlULOAH(213) 960-5051
53Women In Business, Inc., Los Angeles Chapter7060 Hollywood Blvd., Ste. 614Los AngelesCaliforniaUSA90028213) 461-2936Women in Business, Inc. provides a forum for corporate, entrepreneurial, public service, and private practice professionals through which women can associate and network with other successful women. WIB's activities include support-building workshops, monthly programs, focus groups, and community service. Additional programs consist of retreats, an annual convention of the three California chapters, and a bi-monthly newsletter, CONTACT. The Women in Business Foundation was established to hold and manage property and funds for charitable purposes. As part of the foundation, a fellowship has been established at the UCLA Graduate School management
54Women In Film6464 Sunset Blvd., Ste. 530Los AngelesCAUSA90028(213) 463-6040Women in Film is a communications and support network, an educational and advocacy resource, and a showcase for outstanding work being done by women directors, producers. and writers. The mission of Women in Film is to advance the employment, position, and depiction of women in film
55Florence Crittenton Center For Young Women And Infants234 East Ave. 33Los AngelesCAUSA90031(213)225-4211Founded in 1892, Crittenton Center provides long term residential treatment and foster family placement for neglected and abused non-pregnant or pregnant girls and young mothers between the ages of 12 and 18. The Comprehensive Residential Treatment Program includes psychiatric evaluations, counseling, medical and dental services; an on-site junior/senior high school, a nursery/child development center, career and vocational training, specialized classes, and a recreation program. The Center also provides foster family placement for eligible girls. Bilingual: Spanish. Volunteer opportunities
56Latin American Professional Women's Association3514 N. BroadwayLos AngelesCAUSA90031LAPWA(213) 227-9060The Latin American Professional Women's Association is a support group for Latinas. The organization provides members with opportunities to network, become involved in the Latin community, and establish friendships. LAPWA sponsors two programs: the Hermanita/ Little Sister Program to provide role models to young Latinas and a scholarship program for women who are returning to school. The group sponsors quarterly meetings with speakers on a variety of subjects. Bilingual: Spanish. Volunteer opportunities.
57Professional Organization For Women In Education And Re-Entry (P.O.W.E.R.)Women's Resource CenterCal State University, Los Angeles,5151 State University DrLos AngelesCAUSA90032POWER(213) 343-3370Professional Organization for Women in Reentry (POWER) is a networking organization for people working primarily in an educational setting, such as community colleges, California State University, University of California, and private institutions. Its focus is on issues relevant to women and adult reentry students. Goals include professional development and facilitating the reentry process in the academic and professional environments. The organization welcomes student participation
58Women's Resource Center,California State University5151 State University DrLos AngelesCaliforniaUSA90032(213) 343-3373The Women's Resource Center is a student-support service. The Center provides personal assistance and referral services to students, staff, faculty, and the community. It sponsors educational workshops and seminars. It also advocates for women's rights. Programs and the library are open to the community
59Women's Studies California State University, Los Angeles5151 State University DrLos AngelesCaliforniaUSA90032
60Dolores Mission Child Care Center157 S. Gless StLos AngelesCAUSA90033(213) 881-0010The Child Care Center is part of the Dolores Mission Women's Cooperative. It is a licensed program for thirty pre-school children which is staffed by mothers from the community. The program is directed through monthly parent meetings, where mothers make decisions regarding program, fundraising and special events. The program is predominately Spanish speaking. (213) 814-011Bilingual: Spanish. Volunteer opportunities
61Dolores Mission Women's Cooperative171 South Gless StLos AngelesCAUSA90033DMWC(213) 268-1098 The Dolores Mission Women's Cooperative (DMWC) is a grassroots organization of Latina women who have come together to meet common needs and goals for themselves, their families and the Aliso Pico community of Boyle Heights in East Los Angeles. Located amid three housing project just east of Downtown, the Cooperative offers four important programs to women and children who live in this community: Child Care Center, Leadership Development, Child Care Training, and Thrift Shop. (213) 881-0012Bilingual: Spanish. Volunteer opportunities
62Planned Parenthood Of L.A1957 Kingston AvenueLos AngelesCalifornia USA90033(818) 843-2009
63Beth Chayim Chadashim6000 W Pico BlvdW HollywoodCaliforniaUSA90035
64Career Planning Center, Inc1623 South La Cienega Blvd.Los AngelesCaliforniaUSA90035-4596(310) 273-6633The Career Planning Center was established to educate individuals about employment options and to give women the tools for economic self-sufficiency. Career assessment, counseling, and seminars are available at the center on an ongoing basis. On-the-job training programs are offered. The Resource Center/Job Board is open to the public, free of charge, on Mondays and Wednesdays from1:00 pm. 10 4:00 pm., Tuesdays 9:00 am. to 12:00 noon. Bilingual: Spanish.
65Hadassah Southern California822 S Robertson Blvd # 300Los AngelesCalifornia USA90035http://www.hadassahsc.org(310) 659-7410info@hadassahsc.org
66Personnel Women Of L.A10201 W. Pico BlLos AngelesCalifornia USA90035
67Women's Graphics Publisher1126 Hi Point StLos AngelesCalifornia USA90035
68American Jewish Congress Feminist Center5700 Wilshire, #2417Los AngelesCaliforniaUSA90036213) 651-4601(213) 931-7074
69Big Sisters Of Los Angeles6022 Wilshire Blvd., #202Los AngelesCAUSA90036(213) 933-5749Founded in 1979, Big Sisters of Los Angeles provides quality role modeling/mentoring to girls ages 6-18 in Los Angeles County. The program focuses on girls from multi-problem families and environments and helps these girls develop into independent, responsible adults by matching them with qualified women volunteers in one-to-one relationships. Current programs include: Minority Outreach Programs to African American, Latina and Asian Pacific girls and their families; Child Abuse Prevention and Intervention Program; Pregnant and Parenting Teens Program (P.A.L.S.); Family Counseling Program which provides free long-term counseling/crisis intervention by a professional social work staff member; and a 24 hour Emergency Line for their families in crisis. Bilingual: Spanish. Volunteer opportunities
70Center For The Pacific-Asian Family543 N Fairfax # 108Los AngelesCaliforniaUSA90036(213) 653-4045
71Junior League Of Los Angeles, Inc.3rd and Fairfax, Farmer's MarketLos AngelesCAUSA90036JLLA(213) 937-5566The Junior League of Los Angeles is an organization of women committed to promoting volunteerism and improving the community through the action and leadership of trained volunteers. Its purpose is educational and charitable. JLLA projects include: Adolescent Pregnancy Prevention, Senior Health Outreach, Caring for Babies with AIDS, L.A. Red Cross Health Fair Expos, Homeless Family Assistance, and Women, Policy, and Leadership.
72Los Angeles Women's Foundation6030 Wilshire Blvd #303Los AngelesCaliforniaUSA90036(213) 938-9828Dedicated to improving the quality of life for women and girls in Los Angeles County through responsive philanthropy. The Foundation raises funds and distributes grants, while also providing technical assistance programming and fundraising workshops to further strengthen community-based, non-profit services for low-income and underserved women and girls.
73National Council Of Jewish Women, Los Angeles Section543 North Fairfax AveLos AngelesCAUSA90036(213) 651-2930The National Council of Jewish Women is dedicated to improving the quality of life for all women through its programs of education, social action, and community services. Major projects include: Women Helping Women, a community service which provides a telephone talkline, career counseling, support groups, and referrals. The Council provides advocacy task forces on reproductive freedom, the environment, children's issues and health care for the elderly(213) 651-2938
74Women On TargetLos AngelesCAUSA90036(213) 933-267636713Women on Target is an organization of Black women committed to improving the quality of life in the Black community through programs in education, health, political action, housing, business, economics, arts and culture.
75The International Gay & Lesbian ArchivesLos AngelesCaliforniaUSA90038IGLA38100
76The Village at Ed Gould PlazaGay and Lesbian Center, 1125 North McCaddenLos AngelesCaliforniaUSA90038(323) 860-7302
77L A Gay Lesbian ScientistsLos AngelesCaliforniaUSA9003939582
78American Business Women's Association/L.A. Chapter5657 E. Washington Blvd.Los AngelesCaliforniaUSA90040(213)727-1144(213) 727-9198The American Business Women's Association objective is to bring together businesswomen of diverse backgrounds and provide opportunities to help its members and others grow personally and professionally through leadership, education, networking support and national recognition. Local chapters hold monthly dinner meetings. social activities and fundraising events. Over 3 million dollars was awarded in local scholarships during the 1991/92 year and over 3.5 million dollars awarded from the National Scholarship Fund.
79The Fund For The Feminist Majority8105 West Third St.Los AngelesCaliforniaUSA90040
80Sigma Delta Epsilon: Graduate Women In ScienceEagle Rock Station, Eagle RockCAUSA90041(213) 258-902341454Sigma Delta Epsilon's purpose is to increase the participation and recognition of women in science and foster research in science through grants, awards and fellowships. Their goal is to improve science and mathematics education for women, help women with science degrees to re-enter the work force, support work on the history of women in science; raise funds for programs, and work with other organizations that have the same goals. They hope to encourage networking between women in academia and women in industry
81Women In Design1875 Oak Tree DriveLos AngelesCAUSA90041(213) 251-3737Women in Design is an alliance of design professionals dedicated to the encouragement and enrichment of women in the various design fields. Monthly meetings are held to network with others in the profession, share job information and technical know-how, refresh creativity, and expand understanding of business practices
82Women's Center1599 Campus RoadLos AngelesCaliforniaUSA90041(213) 341-4749The Occidental College Women's Center's primary purpose is to sensitize the college campus to gender, race, and class issues. To accomplish this, the center provides several weekly educational programs ranging from sexist language to women's health issues. The Center provides a safe and supportive environment for those dealing with issues such as sexual assault and eating disorders. The Center is interested in expanding its services outside college boundaries and welcomes other Organizations to contact the office. The Occidental CollegeBilingual: Spanish.
83Women's Studies Occidental College1600 Campus RoadLos AngelesCaliforniaUSA90041
84American Association Of University Women (AAUW)4232 Monteith Dr.Los AngelesCAUSA90043AAUW(213) 2914164
85Los Angeles African-American Women4102 Olympiad DrLos AngelesCalifornia USA90043(213) 295-2382(213) 299-1174
86National Council Of Negro Women, Inc.Southern California Area, 3720 W. 54th StLos AngelesCAUSA90043(213) 299-9751Commitment, unity, and self-reliance are the underlying concepts of National Council of Negro Women programs, which include: a sustained campaign against hunger and malnutrition, continuous vigilance on civil and human rights, and such concerns as teenage pregnancy, youth employment, single motherhood, education, and health care. Bilingual: Spanish. Volunteer opportunities.
87National Organization Of Black Elected Legislative Women (NOBEL/WOMEN)4401 Crenshaw Boulevard, Suite 300Los AngelesCaliforniaUSA90043NOBEL/WOMEN213-295 6655The purpose of Nobel/Women is to improve the lives of Black women through education and training, and to increase the number of Black women in local, state, and national elected and appointed offices. Each year Nobel/Women focuses its attention on one legislative issue; in 1989 the issue was at-risk youth. Nobel/women supports, sponsors, and authors legislation, gives testimony at public hearings, serves on national, local and corporate boards, and joins with others to promote career opportunities for Black women.
88Association For Women In Mathematicsc/o Department of MathematicsLos AngelesCAUSA90045(310)338-2774(310) 338-7339The Association for Women in Mathematics is a national organization devoted to supporting women in mathematics, including areas such as research, government, industry, and education. Locally. a Speakers' Bureau provides women role models for junior and senior high school students, counteracting the idea of math as a male domain. Loyola Marymount UniversityVolunteer opportunities.
89Friends of the Los Angeles City Commission on the Status of Women6709 La Tiera Blvd., #514Los AngelesCaliforniaUSA90045(310) 670-2926The organisations's goals are to generate funds for the Commission's programs and projects, solicit community and corporate resources for the Commission women
S. No.NameOther NameAcronymUniversity/College Assoc.Contact NameCentersCare OfP.O.BoxStreet NameSte-Apt Number/FloorCityStateCountryZip/Postal CodeTelephoneAlternative TelephoneFaxE-MAILWebsitePurpose/ObjectiveDescriptionDescription of ClientType of OrganizationType of Assistance ProvidedMiscellaneous
1Amherst College Women's CenterBox 1681100 Boltwood AvenueAmherstMassachusettsUSA1002(413) 542-2000womenctr@abby.amherst.eduhttp://www.amherst.edu/~womenctr/menu.html
2Department Of Women & Gender Studies14 Grosvenor House, Amherst CollegeAmherstMassachusettsUSA1002(413) 542-5781http://www-unix.oit.umass.edu/~wostu/amherst.htm or http://www.umass.edu/wost
3Everywoman's Center Health ProjectUniversity Of MassachusettsAmherstMassachusettsUSA1003(413) 545-0883
4Hampshire College Women's Studies893 West StAmherstMassachusettsUSA01002-3359(413) 549-4600http://www-unix.oit.umass.edu/~wostu/hampshir.htm or http://www.umass.edu/wost
5Hampshire CollegeWhole Women's Center893 West StreetAmherstMassachusettsUSA01002-3359(413) 549-4600
6Five Colleges, IncWomen's Studies CommitteeBox 740AmherstMassachusettsUSA01002-2324(413) 256-8316
7Everywomen's Center And Valley Women's Voice NewsletterUniversity Of MassachusettsWilder HallAmherstMassachusettsUSA1003(413) 545-0883
8Feminist International NetworkUniversity Of MassachusettsWomen's StudiesMassachesetts AvenueAmherstMassachusettsUSA1003(413) 545-0111
9Northeast/Sylvan Women's Center103 Johnson House Res Ed EastAmherstMassachusettsUSA1003
10Orchard/Central Women's CenterWheeler House BasementAmherstMassachusettsUSA1003
11Program For Gays, Lesbians, and BisexualsUniversity Of MassachusettsCrampton HouseAmherstMassachusettsUSA1003(413) 545-4824Gays, Lesbians, and Bisexuals
12Valley Women's Voice321 Student Union BldgUmass AmherstMassachusettsUSA1003(413) 545-2436
13Women's Leadership ProjectStudent UnionBox 108Rm 415 AmherstMassachusettsUSA1003
14Women's StudiesUniversity Of Massachusetts208 BartlettAmherstMassachusettsUSA01003-0530(413) 545-1922(413) 545-1500womens-studies@wost.umass.eduhttp://www-unix.oit.umass.edu/~wostu/index.html or http://www.umass.edu/wost
15Arise For Social Justice Inc718 State StSpringfieldMassachusettsUSA1013(413) 788-6668
16Abortion Rights Fund Of Western MassachusettsP.O. Box 732HadleyMassachusettsUSA1035(617) 776-3454
17National Network Of Abortion FundsP.O. Box 732HadleyMassachusettsUSA1035(413) 582-5646
18Queer Nation, Western MassachusettsP.O. Box 202HadleyMassachusettsUSA1035
19Women In Business ProgramHolyoke Community College303 Homestead AveHolyokeMassachusettsUSA1040
20WomanshelterCompanerasP.O. Box 6099HolyokeMassachusettsUSA1040
21American Academy Of ReligionSmith CollegeWomen's CaucusNorthamptonMassachusettsUSA1060
22Circa160 Main StreetNorthamptonMassachusettsUSA1060(413) 586-6471
23Displaced Homemakers Program38 Gothic StreetNorthamptonMassachusettsUSA1060
24Family Planning Center Of Western Massachusetts16 Center StNorthamptonMassachusettsUSA1060(413) 586-2016
25Northampton-Gay/Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation10 West StNorthamptonMassachusettsUSA1060(413) 586-8928(413) 586-5185Gay, Lesbian
26Northampton Lesbian FestivalWow Productions160 Main StNorthamptonMassachusettsUSA1060(413) 586-8251Lesbian
27Lesbian AllianceSmith CollegeNorthamptonMassachusettsUSA1063Lesbian
28Project on Women and Social ChangeSmith CollegeSeelye HallRoom 210NorthamptonMassachusettsUSA1063413/585-3591413/585-3594
29Smith CollegeSmith CollegeNorthamptonMassachusettsUSA1063(413) 585-2500(413) 585-2527
30Smith College Women's StudiesSmith College15 Wright HallNorthamptonMassachusettsUSA1063http://www-unix.oit.umass.edu/~wostu/smith.htm
31Sophia Smith Collection SSCSmith CollegeNorthamptonMassachusettsUSA1063413 585 2978(413) 585-2971413 585 2886ssc-wmhist@smith.eduhttp://www.smith.edu/libraries/ssc or http://www.smith.edu/libraries/ssc1.htmThe Sophia Smith Collection was established by Smith College, USA's largest college for women. Its aims are to collect, archives of diverse organizations and other primary sources, manuscript collections and periodicals and make these available for research. The research library holds some 400 collections occupying approximately 6.000 linear feet, mainly focusing on US women's history but also including material from Germany, Japan, India and China. It also holds some 600 periodical titles and a small collection of basic women's history texts, biographies and reference works.
32Women's Resource CenterSmith CollegeNorthamptonMassachusettsUSA1063
33Five College Women's Studies Research CenterMount Holyoke CollegeDickinson HouseSouth HadleyMassachusettsUSA01075-1485413/538-2527413/538-2082
34Mount Holyoke CollegeMount Holyoke CollegeSouth HadleyMassachusettsUSA1075413-538-2000http://home.mtholyoke.edu/
35Mount Holyoke College Women's Studies ProgramMount Holyoke CollegeSouth HadleyMassachusettsUSA1075http://www.mtholyoke.edu/acad/womst/WOMSTHome.html
36Mt Holyoke Jewish Women's UnionMount Holyoke CollegePorter HallSouth HadleyMassachusettsUSA1075
37Mt. Holyoke College Women's CenterMount Holyoke CollegeBox 3206 South HadleyMassachusettsUSA1075
38Women Of Westfield CollegeWestfield State CollegeWestfieldMassachusettsUSA1085(413) 568-3311
39Arch - WestP.O. Box 1835WestfieldMassachusettsUSA1086
40Women's CenterSpringfield CollegeSpringfieldMassachusettsUSA1100
41Women In Machining1176 Main StSpringfieldMassachusettsUSA1103(413) 781-6900
42Y.W.C.A., Western MassachusettsY.W.C.A120 Maple StSpringfieldMassachusettsUSA1103
43Displaced Homemakers Program1 Armory SqSpringfieldMassachusettsUSA1105
44Women's CenterWestern New England College1215 Wilbraham RoadSpringfieldMassachusettsUSA1119
45Women's Law AssociationRoom 1161215 Wilbraham RoadSpringfieldMassachusettsUSA1119
46Abuse & Rape Crisis HotlineARCHP.O. Box 80632SpringfieldMassachusettsUSA1138(413) 733-1588(413) 747-0542
47Women's CenterBerkshire Community CollegeWest StreetPittsfieldMassachusettsUSA1201
48Women's Services Center146 First StreetPittsfieldMassachusettsUSA1201
49Y-Me Breast Cancer NetworkP.O. Box 4641PittsfieldMassachusettsUSA1201413-499-2486
50Hikane: The Capable WomenP.O. Box 841Great BarringtonMassachusettsUSA1230(413) 528-3844
51Simon's Rock Women's CenterSimon's Rock Of Bard CollegeGreat BarringtonMassachusettsUSA1230
52Respond1 Summer St.SomervilleMassachusettsUSA1243(617) 623-5900
53Free At LastP.O. Box 94S EgremontMassachusettsUSA1252413-528-7904freesongs@aol.com
54Williams College Women's CenterWilliams CollegeBox 3189Mears House S.U. WilliamstownMassachusettsUSA1267
55Displaced Homemakers Program1 College DriveGreenfieldMassachusettsUSA1301
56Feminist Non-Violence Task Force15 Abbott StGreenfieldMassachusettsUSA1301
57New England Learning Center For Women10 Park StGreenfieldMassachusettsUSA1301(413) 772-0871http://valinet.com/~nelweb/index.html
58Women's CenterGreenfieldMassachusettsUSA1301
59Battered Women's Resources IncP.O. Box 2503FitchburgMassachusettsUSA1420(508) 342-9355
60Rape Crisis Center Of Central Massachusetts275 Nichols RdFitchburgMassachusettsUSA1420(508) 343-5683(508) 791-2923http://www.ultranet.com/~leaf/rcc.html
61Women's CenterState College/FitchburgFitchburgMassachusetts USA1420
62Women's Resources, Inc150 Main StFitchburgMassachusetts USA1420
63Outdoor Vacations For Women Over 40P.O. Box 200GrotonMassachusetts USA1450(508) 448-3331
64Leominster Women's Center26 Main StLeominsterMassachusetts USA1453(508) 537-7395
65WeaveP Box 16843WorcesterMassachusetts USA1601GeminiW@cris.com
66Planned Parenthood League of Massachusetts631 Lincoln StWorcesterMassachusetts USA1605(800) 539-2378 (508) 854-3300(508) 854-3310http://www.pplm.org/wor.html
67Rape Crisis Center Of Worcester100 Grove StWorcesterMassachusetts USA1605(508) 791-9546(508) 791-2923http://www.ultranet.com/~leaf/rcc.html
68Worcester City Commission On Status Of Women455 Main St / City HallWorcesterMassachusetts USA1608508-799-1000
69Worcester County Coalition For Choice340 Main St Rm 415WorcesterMassachusetts USA1608(508) 752-5363
70Worcester National Organization for WomenOne Salem SqWorcesterMassachusetts USA1608(508) 755-3645
71Abby's House23 Crown StWorcesterMassachusetts USA1609(508) 756-5486
72Women's CenterAssumption College500 Salisbury StWorcesterMassachusetts USA1609(508) 767-7000
73Clark Gay CenterClark UniversityBox A-70WorcesterMassachusetts USA1610(508) 793-7711Gay
74Clark University Women's CenterClark UniversityBox A-87WorcesterMassachusetts USA1610(508) 793-7711
75Clark University Women's Studies ProgramClark University950 Main StWorcesterMassachusetts USA1610(508) 793-7711jljungberg@clarku.eduhttp://www.clarku.edu/departments/womensstudies/
76Women's CenterHoly Cross College1 College StreetWorcesterMassachusetts USA1610(508) 793-3478
77Cesareans/Support, Education, Concern22 Forest RdFraminghamMassachusetts USA1701(508) 877-8266
78Challenging Media Images Of WomenP.O. Box 902FraminghamMassachusetts USA1701(508) 879-8504
79International League Of Women ComposersP.O. Box 1717FraminghamMassachusetts USA1701(508) 460-0094
80N.O.WMiddlesexN.O.WFraminghamMassachusetts USA1701
81Women's CenterFramingham State CollegeFraminghamMassachusetts USA1701
82Women's Protective Services63 Fountain St # 3rd flFraminghamMassachusetts USA1701(508) 872-0765(508) 620-2612
83Womanspirit Drummers300 Elliot St # 241AshlandMassachusetts USA1721508-435-5716gwinneth@ma.ultranet.com
84Arming Women Against Rape & EndangermentAWAREP.O. Box 242BedfordMassachusetts USA1730617-893-0500info@aware.orghttp://www.aware.org/
85The Alternative Lifestyle OrganizationSprings RdBedfordMassachusetts USA1730
86Women's NetworkMiddlesex Community CollegeSprings RoadBedfordMassachusetts USA1730(617) 275-8910
87Hirs133 E Main StMarlboroMassachusetts USA1752(508) 481-8210
88Wobbles: West Of Boston LesbiansWobblesP.O. Box 292MarlboroughMassachusetts USA1752(508) 386-7737Lesbian
89Womankind Educational And Resource CenterP.O. Box 5365WaylandMassachusetts USA1778508.358.8111508.358.8123wkerc@ziplink.nethttp://www.womankindflp.org
90Lesbian Caucus Of NWSA17 Sutton AvenueSalemMassachusetts USA1790Lesbian
91Breast Cancer CenterLahey Clinic41 Mall RdBurlingtonMassachusetts USA1803(781)-744-8040http://www.lahey.org/depts/breastcenter/stage_breastcenter.stm
92Women In ElectronicsP.O. Box 72BurlingtonMassachusetts USA1803
93Dr Mary Jo Nugent Breast Cancer FoundationP.O. Box 4044AndoverMassachusetts USA1810508 475 4570508 475-8603mjinfo@xensei.comhttp://www.xensei.com/users/mjinfo/
94International Association For Personnel WomenP.O. Box 969AndoverMassachusetts USA1810(508) 474-0750
95Haverhill Y.W.C.A.Y.W.C.A107 Winter StreetHaverhillMassachusetts USA1830(617) 371-6121
96Women's CenterNorthern Essex Community CollegeHaverhillMassachusetts USA1830
97Latinas Against Sexual Assault454 N Canal StLawrenceMassachusetts USA1842(508) 685-2480(508) 683-4510
98Women's Resource Center454 N Canal StLawrenceMassachusetts USA1842
99Alternative HouseP. O. Box 2096 Highland StatnLowellMassachusetts USA1851
100Rape Crisis Services Of Lowell70 Industrial Ave ELowellMassachusetts USA1852(508) 452-7721(508) 458-2822
101Gay Outreach Association For Lowell StudentsBox 59South SicLowellMassachusetts USA1854
102Women's CenterLowell State CollegeRolfe StreetLowellMassachusetts USA1854
103Women's StudiesUniversity Of Lowell, South CampusLowellMassachusetts USA1854
104Women's Resource Center26 White StHaverhillMassachusetts USA1860
105League Of Women Voters Of WakefieldP.O. Box 1821WakefieldMassachusetts USA1880http://www.wakefield.org/lwv/lwv.htm
106Women's Halfway House117 N Common StLynnMassachusetts USA1902
107North Shore Rape Crisis Center202 Rantoul StBeverlyMassachusetts USA1905(800) 922-8772(508) 927-1294
108Women's CenterBrandeis University20 Stanley RdSwampscottMassachusetts USA1907
109Women's CenterEndicott Junior College376 Hale StreetBeverlyMassachusetts USA1915
110Cape AnnNorth ShoreN.O.WP.O. Box 1351GloucesterMassachusetts USA1930(508) 281-4421cansnow@cove.com
111Bunting InstituteRadcliffe College34 Concord StreetCambridgeMassachusetts USA1938
112Educational Events For Women6 Sevinor RdMarbleheadMassachusetts USA1945617-639-1956joanfox@shore.nethttp://www1.shore.net/~spawknds/
113Access For Women98 Main StreetPeabodyMassachusetts USA1960(617) 531-0767
114Council Of Isis Community: The Witches Of Salem125 Essex StSalemMassachusetts USA1970
115Florence Luscomb Women's CenterSalem State CollegeSalemMassachusetts USA1970
116Help For Abused Women And Their Children27 Congress StSalemMassachusetts USA1970(508) 744-8552
117Lavender Horizons17 Sutton AveSalemMassachusetts USA1970
118Women's StudiesSalem State CollegeSalemMassachusetts USA1970
119Witches' League Of Public AwarenessP.O. Box 8736SalemMassachusetts USA1971celtic@ici.nethttp://www.celticcrow.com/
120Massachusetts Nurses Association340 Turnpike St2nd FlrCantonMassachusetts USA2021(617) 821-4625
121National Association Of Women Lawyers40 Sawyer DrDedhamMassachusetts USA2026
122Hull Teen & Women's Clinic180 George Washington BlvdHullMassachusetts USA2045617-925-0671
123US Women's Lacrosse Association339 Plain St.MillisMassachusetts USA2054
124Berkshire County Rape Crisis Center18 Charles StPittsfieldMassachusetts USA2101(413) 442-6708
125Women's City Club Of BostonP.O. Box 2181BostonMassachusetts USA2106(617) 227-3550
126American Meteorological Society Board On Women45 Beacon StBostonMassachusetts USA2108(617) 227-2425
127Boston Women's Web121 Mount Vernon StBostonMassachusetts USA2108617-742-4212617-742-4225egoldman@beeline.nethttp://www.bostonwomen.com
128Boston Women's Fund14 Beacon St # 805BostonMassachusetts USA2108(617) 375-0035
129Massachusetts Coalition Of Battered Women Service Groups14 Beacon St # 507BostonMassachusetts USA2108(617) 248-0922(617) 248-0902http://www.ici.net/cust_pages/jhawks/mcbwsg/
130The Project On Women And Disability1 Ashburton PlaceRm 1305BostonMassachusetts USA2108(617) 727-7440
131Women's CenterSuffolk University,Beacon Hill8 Ashburton PlaceBostonMassachusetts USA2108(617) 573-8327
132New Women's Network1 International PlBostonMassachusetts USA2110
133Massachusetts Women's Political Caucus145 Tremont St # 607BostonMassachusetts USA2111(617) 451-9294
134National Association Of Working Women145 Tremont St.BostonMassachusetts USA2111
135Women's Resource CenterBox 1007 171 Harrison AveBostonMassachusetts USA2111(617) 956-5747
136Women's State-Wide Legislative Network Of Massachusetts37 Temple PlaceBostonMassachusetts USA2111(617) 426-1878
137Women's Institute For Housing And Economic Development179 South StBostonMassachusetts USA2111(617) 423-2296http://www.tripod.com./work/goodworks/jobs/1023.html
138Women's Campaign For Social Justice138 Tremont StreetBostonMassachusetts USA2111(617) 426-9734
139Asian Shelter & Advocacy ProjectP.O. Box 120108BostonMassachusetts USA2112(617) 739-6696
140Gay And Lesbian Advocates And DefendersP.O. Box 218BostonMassachusetts USA2112(617) 426-1350
141League Of Women Voters133 Portland StBostonMassachusetts USA2114(617) 723-1435
142Massachusetts Commission on the Status of WomenCharles F. Hurley Bldg., 19 Staniford St.6th FloorBostonMassachusetts USA02114-2503617-626-6520617-626-6530http://www.mass.gov/women
143Older Women's LeagueY.W.C.A.7 Temple StCambridgeMassachusetts USA2114(617) 868-5882
144Women In Commmunity Service1 Congress St # 11flBostonMassachusetts USA2114(617) 565-2180
145Women's Program CenterSuffolk UniversityRidgeway Lane 20BostonMassachusetts USA2114
146Fenway Community Health Center7 Haviland StBostonMassachusetts USA2115(617) 267-0900(617) 267-8437
147Global Reproductive Health Forum GRHF665 Huntington AvenueBostonMassachusetts USA2115(617) 432-2936(617) 566-0365http://www.hsph.harvard.edu/Organizations/healthnet/The GRHF is an Internet network project that deals with reproductive health and rights issues from a gender perspective and targets women and underserved populations particularly in Southern countries. We offer a clearinghouse Website that provides a myriad of information on reproductive health and rights issues, in addition to establishing electronic discussion groups located in Southern countries.
148Harvard Women's Health Watch164 Longwood AveBostonMassachusetts USA2115(617) 432-3939(617) 432-1506pbibbins@warren.med.harvard.eduhttp://www.med.harvard.edu/publications/Women/
149Simmons College Program In Women's Studies300 The FenwayBostonMassachusetts USA2115(617) 521-2258(617) 521-3199http://www.simmons.edu/admissions/ugrad/ws.html
150Teen Voices Magazine316 HuntingtonBostonMassachusetts USA2115617-262-2434617-262-8937womenexp@teenvoices.comhttp://www.teenvoices.com/
151Women's CenterNortheastern University360 Huntington AveBostonMassachusetts USA2115
152Women's CenterSimmons College300 The FenwayBostonMassachusetts USA2115
153Women's Show1265 BoylstonBostonMassachusetts USA2115(610) 266-1111
154Boston Psychological Center For Women, Inc.20 Park Plz #451BostonMassachusetts USA2116
155Boston Tradeswomen's Network62 BerkeleyBostonMassachusetts USA2116(617) 423-1535
156COPECOPE530 Tremont StBostonMassachusetts USA2116(617) 357-5588
157Esme For Women116 Boylston PlBostonMassachusetts USA2116(617) 482-3399
158Franklin Institute Displaced Homemakers Program41 Berkeley StBostonMassachusetts USA2116(617) 262-3240
159Gay & Lesbian Prisoner Project29 Stanhope StBostonMassachusetts USA2116(617) 262-6969(617) 267-0852http://www.bsef.org/aboutglpp.htmlGay & Lesbian
160Junior League Of Boston Inc117 Newbury StreetBostonMassachusetts USA2116(617) 536-9640
161Mass Choice20 Park Plaza #1129BostonMassachusetts USA2116(617) 556-8800
162Wire - Jr. League Of Boston117 Newbury St.BostonMassachusetts USA2116
163WISEWISEEmerson College100 Beacon St.BostonMassachusetts USA2116
164Women's Educational & Industrial Union356 Boylston St.BostonMassachusetts USA2116(617) 536-5651
165Women's International League For Peace & Freedom15 NewburyBostonMassachusetts USA2116(617) 266-5150
166Y.W.C.A. BostonY.W.C.A.140 ClarendonBostonMassachusetts USA2116(617) 536-7940
167Gays For PatsyP.O. Box 966BostonMassachusetts USA2117617-524-4644Gay
168Women Of Color For Reproductive RightsP.O. Box 1200BostonMassachusetts USA2117
169Women's Network ExchangeP.O. Box 581BostonMassachusetts USA2117
170Women's Theological CenterP.O. Box 1200BostonMassachusetts USA2117(617) 536-8782
171Boston Sociologists For Women In SocietyDorothy Wertz39 Rutland SqBostonMassachusetts USA2118(617) 266-2049
172Casa Myrna VasquezP.O. Box 18019BostonMassachusetts USA2118
173Project Place32 Rutland St.BostonMassachusetts USA2118(617) 262-3740
174Rosie's Place889 Harrison AveBostonMassachusetts USA2118(617) 442-9322http://www.norn.org/pub/norn/rosies/home.html
175Black Women In The Ministry8 Montrose St.BostonMassachusetts USA2119
176Coalition For Labor Union WomenCLUW555 AmoryRoxburyMassachusetts USA2119(617) 983-2624
177Revolutionary Sisters Of ColorP.O. Box 191021RoxburyMassachusetts USA2119(617) 445-3932
178Sister Circle Network, New England Women Spirit51 Fort AveBostonMassachusetts USA2119
179Renewal HouseP.O. Box 919BostonMassachusetts USA2120(617) 566-6881
180Community Programs Against Sexual Assault317 Blue Hill AveDorchesterMassachusetts USA2121(617) 442-6300(617) 427-0461
181Women Inc.244 Townsend StDorchesterMassachusetts USA2121(617) 427-4343
182Mujeres Unidas En Accion1534 Dorchester AveDorchesterMassachusetts USA2122(617) 265-3015
183Good Gay PoetsBox 277 Astor StationBostonMassachusetts USA2123Gay
184Association of Haitian Women in Boston330 Fuller StreetBostonMassachusetts USA2124617-287-0096AFAB_KAFANM1@MSN.COM
185Boston Women's CenterUniversity Of MassachusettsHarbor CampusBostonMassachusetts USA2125
186Boston Lesbian & Gay CenterUniversity Of MassachusettsActivities CenterHarbor CampusBostonMassachusetts USA2125Gay & Lesbian
187Women's Studies ProgramUniversity Of MassachusettsHarbor CampusBostonMassachusetts USA2125
188Displaced Homemakers ProgramBunker Hill Community CollegeRutherford AveCharlestownMassachusetts USA2129
189Boston Reproductive Rights NetworkP.O. Box 686BostonMassachusetts USA2130617-661-1161617-661-1161info@repro-activist.orghttp://www.repro-activist.org/
190Elizabeth Stone HouseP.O. Box 59Jamaica PlainMassachusetts USA2130(617) 522-3417
191Friends Of ComadresP.O. Box 538Jamaica PlainMassachusetts USA2130
192Hope Women's Treatment Center226 S Huntington AveJamaica PlainMassachusetts USA2130617-522-2947
193Native Women Against Violence105 S Huntington AveJamaica PlainMassachusetts USA2130
194Reproduction Rights, National Network for Abortion AccessP.O. Box 686Jamaica PlainMassachusetts USA2130(617) 738-9479
195Sojourner Magazine42 Seaverns AveJamaica PlainMassachusetts USA2130(617) 524-0415sojourn@tiac.nethttp://www.tiac.net/users/sojourn/
196Traditional Childbearing Group3240 Washington StJamaica PlainMassachusetts USA2130(617) 522-1105
197Women In The Building Trades555 Amory StJamaica PlainMassachusetts USA2130(617) 524-3010
198Women In Leadership Disability Activists44 Gartland StJamaica PlainMassachusetts USA2130
199Feminist & Lesbian Alumnae33 Symmes StJamaica PlainMassachusetts USA2131Lesbian
200Governor's Commission For WomenState HouseRoom 360BostonMassachusetts USA2133
201Association Of Women In Construction240 Lincoln StAllstonMassachusetts USA2134
202National Council Of Jewish Women75 Harvard Ave.AllstonMassachusetts USA2134
203Boston Women's Network24 Brayton RdBrightonMassachusetts USA2135(617) 254-1729
204Eidos: Erotica For Women, By WomenP.O. Box 96BostonMassachusetts USA2137
205Aid To Incarcerated Mothers32 Rutland RdBostonMassachusetts USA2138(617) 536-0058
206Asian Sisters In ActionPOB 38-0331CambridgeMassachusetts USA2138asiainfo@yahoogroups.comhttp://www.asiasisters.org
207Cambridge Nurse-Midwife Association300 Mt. AuburnCambridgeMassachusetts USA2138(617) 661-9635
208Casa1151 Mass AveCambridgeMassachusetts USA2138
209Daughters Of Bilitis1151 Massachusetts Ave.CambridgeMassachusetts USA2138(617) 661-3633http://www.gis.net/~dismith/
210Give Early Money List1698 Massachusetts AveCambridgeMassachusetts USA2138617/491-4141gemlist@aol.comhttp://www.tiac.net/users/gempac/
211Harvard University Women's Studies34 Kirkland StCambridgeMassachusetts USA2138(617) 495-9199(617) 496-9855http://www.fas.harvard.edu/~wmstudy/
212Harvard Women's Law JournalHarvard Law SchoolCambridgeMassachusetts USA2138(617) 495-3726
213Mary Ingraham Bunting InstituteRadcliffe College34 Concord AvenueCambridgeMassachusetts USA2138617/495-8212617/495-8136http://www.radcliffe.edu/rias/index.htm or http://www.radcliffe.edu/bunting/index.htm
214My Sister's Place1151 Massachusetts AveCambridgeMassachusetts USA2138
215Revolutionary Acts19 Mellon StCambridgeMassachusetts USA2138
216The Schlesinger Library on the History of Women in AmericaRadcliffe CollegeCambridgeMassachusetts USA2138617 495 8647617 496 8340slref@radcliffe.eduhttp://www.radcliffe.edu/schlesThe Arthur and Elizabeth Schlesinger Library was established at Radcliffe College in 1943. The research library on women, initially called the Women's Archives, started with a collection of papers, books and memorabilia documenting the suffrage movement (1848-1920) and women's political and reform work after 1920. In 1967 the library acquired its current name. Its holdings of manuscripts, books, periodicals, oral histories etcetera document the lives and activities of US women from the 19th century onward. A special section of the library houses an extensive collection of cookbooks and literature on culinary history.
217Tapestry, Feminist Counseling20 Sacramento St.CambridgeMassachusetts USA2138
218The Boston Club1698 Massachusetts AveCambridgeMassachusetts USA2138(617) 354-4666
219The Original Cambridge Women's Health Care Association220 Concord AveCambridgeMassachusetts USA2138
220Women's Caucus Of Educom Educational TechnologiesHarvard U,Grad School Of EducationCambridgeMassachusetts USA2138(617) 495-9021
221Women's Job Reentry Center34 Follen StreetCambridgeMassachusetts USA2138(617) 547-1123
222Women's Studies In ReligionHarvard Divinity45 Francis Ave.CambridgeMassachusetts USA2138(617) 495-5705(617) 495-9489
223Battered Women's Directory46 Pleasant St.CambridgeMassachusetts USA2138(617) 495-5705
224Black Women For Policy Action140 Magazine St # 5CambridgeMassachusetts USA2139
225Boston Area Rape Crisis Center99 Bishop Richard Allen LaneCambridgeMassachusetts USA2139(617) 492-8306
226Boston Lesbian And Gay History Project285 Harvard St # 202CambridgeMassachusetts USA2139Lesbian and Gay
227Cambridge Commission On The Status Of Women57 Inman St.CambridgeMassachusetts USA2139
228Campbell, King & Borofsky: A Women's Law Firm1436 Cambridge StreetCambridgeMassachusetts USA2139(617) 491-5463
229Coalition For Basic Human Needs54 EssexCambridgeMassachusetts USA2139(617) 497-0126
230Empowerment through Enlightenment540 Memorial DriveSuite 1409CambridgeMassachusetts USA2139(617) 621-9919empower@ziplink.nethttp://www.jaguNET.com/~spectrum/ete/Empowerment through Enlightenment is a non-profit organization dedicated to empowering poor, urban women in Dhaka, Bangladesh through health-care education and literacy programs.
231Incest Resources, Inc.46 Pleasant StreetCambridgeMassachusetts USA2139
232Lesbian Mother's Support Group46 Pleasant St.CambridgeMassachusetts USA2139Lesbian
233Planned Parenthood League Of Massachusetts99 Bishop Allen DrCambridgeMassachusetts USA2139(617) 492-0518(617) 661-9212http://www.pplm.org/
234Single Mothers By ChoiceP.O. Box 391103CambridgeMassachusetts USA2139
235Sportwomen's Resource Network46 Pleasant StCambridgeMassachusetts USA2139(617) 354-8807
236The Women's Center46 Pleasant StCambridgeMassachusetts USA2139(617) 354-8807
237Unitarian Universalist Women's Federation130 Prospect StCambridgeMassachusetts USA2139
238Wild Independent Thinking Crones & Hags15 Green StCambridgeMassachusetts USA2139
239Women's Alcoholism Program6 Camelia AveCambridgeMassachusetts USA2139(617) 661-1316
240Women's Community Cancer Project46 Pleasant StCambridgeMassachusetts USA2139
241Women's Law Collective620 Massachussetts AveCambridgeMassachusetts USA2139(617) 492-5110
242Women's StudiesMassachusetts Institute of Technology14e-316, 77 Massachusetts AveCambridgeMassachusetts USA2139(617) 253-8844womens-studies-www@mit.eduhttp://web.mit.edu/womens-studies/www/
243Women's Support SystemMassachusetts Institute of TechnologyTechnology 10-213CambridgeMassachusetts USA2139
244Y.W.C.A.7 Temple St.CambridgeMassachusetts USA2139(617) 491-6050
245Boston Bisexual Women's NetworkP.O. Box 639CambridgeMassachusetts USA2140617-424-9595ochs@bi.org
246Libana: A Women's ChorusP.O. Box 530CambridgeMassachusetts USA2140http://www.astartespiritcrafts.com/libana.html
247Women Care, Maternal & Child Health Center2464 Massachussetts AveCambridgeMassachusetts USA2140(617) 864-9343
248Women's Music Calendar33 Richdale Ave.CambridgeMassachusetts USA2140
249Women's Video CollectiveP.O. Box 884CambridgeMassachusetts USA2140
250Women In Scholarly Publishing55 Hayward StCambridgeMassachusetts USA2142(617) 253-5642
251Project Outside/Inside81 Highland Ave.SomervilleMassachusetts USA2143
252Respond Inc., A Shelter & Services For WomenP.O. Box 555SomervilleMassachusetts USA2143(617) 623-5900
253Women's Mental Health Collective61 RoselandSomervilleMassachusetts USA2143(617) 354-6270
2542 In 20P.O. Box 105SomervilleMassachusetts USA2144
255Bisexual Lesbian & Gay Rights ActivistsP.O. Box 1495SomervilleMassachusetts USA2144Bisexual, Gay, Lesbian
256Boston Women's Teachers GroupP.O. Box 169W SomervilleMassachusetts USA2144
257Boston Women's Health Book CollectiveP.O. Box 192240-A Elm StWest SomervilleMassachusetts USA2144(617) 625-0271(617) 625-0294http://www.nytimes.com/specials/women/nyt/22rime.html
258Havurat Shalom, Jewish Feminist Egalitarian Spirituality113 College AveSomervilleMassachusetts USA2144(617) 623-3376http://www.thehav.org
259Journeywomen, A Feminist Psychotherapy Collective240a Elm St, Davis SqSomervilleMassachusetts USA2144(617) 776-9232
260Massachusetts Friends of Midwives MFOMP.O. Box 440470SomervilleMassachusetts USA21441-800-WITH-YOUhttp://www.bitwise.net/~midwife/
261Resolve1310 BroadwaySomervilleMassachusetts USA2144(617) 623-1156
262Somerville Commission For Women167 Holland StSomervilleMassachusetts USA2144(617) 625-6600 extension 2400mayahasegawa@compuserve.com
263Brookline Women's Center40 Webster PlBrooklineMassachusetts USA2146
264Jewish Women's Archive & History Week68 Harvard StBrooklineMassachusetts USA2146(617) 232-2258(617) 975-0109jewa@pop.erols.comhttp://www.shamash.org/jwa/
265New England Women's FundP.O. Box 41BrooklineMassachusetts USA2146(617) 731-5600(617) 734-9320Newfund@aol.comhttp://www.newfund.com/
266Planned Parenthood1031 Beacon StBrooklineMassachusetts USA2146(617) 738-1370(617) 738-8013http://www.pplm.org/ppp.html
267Women Of Boston NorthP.O. Box 686BrooklineMassachusetts USA
268Services Against Family Violence110 Pleasant StMaldenMassachusetts USA2148
269Harbor MeP.O. Box 505634ChelseaMassachusetts USA2150(617) 884-8974
270Boston Area Women's Self Defense Collective93 Beaver StWalthamMassachusetts USA2154(617) 899-8889
271Association For Women In PsychologyDept Of Education/Tufts UniversityMedfordMassachusetts USA2155
272Something About The WomenP.O. Box 65MedfordMassachusetts USA2155
273Tufts Lesbian And Gay CommissionHayes House17 Chetwynd RdMedfordMassachusetts USA2155Lesbian and Gay
274Tufts Women's CenterTufts UniversityCurtis HallMedfordMassachusetts USA2155
275Women Outdoors55 Talbot AveMedfordMassachusetts USA2155
276The Center Boston Lesbian & Gay ServicesP.O. Box 69W MedfordMassachusetts USA2156(617) 247-2927Lesbian and Gay
277Babson College Management Education For WomenBabson CollegeBabson ParkMassachusetts USA2157
278Women's Education Equity Act Publishing Center55 Chapel StNewtonMassachusetts USA2158(800) 225-3088
279Andover Newton Women's Resource Center210 Herrick Rd.Newton CenterMassachusetts USA2159
280Women's Theological Coalition210 Herrick RdNewton CenterMassachusetts USA2159
281Boston Association For Childbirth Education & Nursing MothersP.O. Box 29NewtonvilleMassachusetts USA2160(617) 244-5102
282Massachusetts Breast Cancer CoalitionP.O. Box 383Newton HighlandMassachusetts USA2161(617) 423-6222
283American Medical Women's Association2000 Washington St Ste 442Newton HighlandMassachusetts USA2162(617) 332-3293
284Association of Women In ComputingP.O. Box 68Newton Upper FlMassachusetts USA2164(617) 924-2468awcgbc@tiac.nethttp://www.tiac.net/users/awcgbc/
285Women's CenterLa Salle Junior CollegeNewtonMassachusetts USA2166
286Women's Therapy News & Networker1821 Washington StNewtonMassachusetts USA2166
287Boston College Women's Resource Center213 McelroyChestnut HillMassachusetts USA2167(617) 552-3489http://www.bc.edu/bc_org/avp/cas/ws/Voices95Oct/WRC
288New England Women Business OwnersP.O. Box 67082Chestnut HillMassachusetts USA2167(617) 566-3013
289Women's Health Division, Health Resources830 Boylston Street (Route 9)Chestnut HillMassachusetts USA2167
290Women's StudiesDepartment Of Sociology, Boston CollegeMcGuinn HallChestnut HillMassachusetts USA2167(617) 552-4139
291Quincy Mayor's Commission On The Status Of WomenCity Hall1305 Hancock StQuincyMassachusetts USA2169
292Women's CenterQuincy Junior College34 Coddington StreetQuincyMassachusetts USA2169
293Women's Health Connection114 Whitwell StQuincyMassachusetts USA2169617-376-4022
294Women's CenterEastern Nazarene College23 E. Elm StreetQuincyMassachusetts USA2170
295Gay & Lesbians Of WatertownP.O. Box 384WatertownMassachusetts USA2172(617) 499-8615Gay and Lesbian
296Quivvver206 Maplewood StWatertownMassachusetts USA2172c_defeciani@harvard.eduhttp://www.minimal.com/quivvver
297Women's International Network187 Grant StreetLexingtonMassachusetts USA2173(617) 862-9431617 862 1734http://www.tripod.com/work/goodworks/jobs/1025.html or http://www.feminist.com/win.htmNews By, For and About Women'
298Women In Science & Engineering22 Turning Mill RoadLexingtonMassachusetts USA2173
299Amethyst WomenP.O. Box 1348E ArlingtonMassachusetts USA2174
300Older Lesbian EnergyP.O. Box 1214E ArlingtonMassachusetts USA2174Lesbian
301The Boston Alliance19 Wellington StArlingtonMassachusetts USA2174
302Women's Action for New DirectionsWAND691 Massachusetts AvenueArlingtonMassachusetts USA2174(617) 643-6740(617) 643-6744wand@world.std.comhttp://www.fas.org/pub/gen/wand/index.htmlWAND works to empower women to act politically to reduce violence and militarism and redirect military savings toward human and environment needs. We work closely with our grassroots members, produce and develop materials, and operate a Washington Office staffed by two women lobbyists.
303Women's Equity Action League1 Chestnut StreetArlingtonMassachusetts USA2174(617) 646-0840
304Associates For Women's Therapy5 Watson RdBelmontMassachusetts USA2178617-489-4421
305Women's Medical Arts, Inc3 Woodland RdStonehamMassachusetts USA2180617-979-0086
306Center for Research on WomenWellesley College106 Central StreetWellesley Massachusetts USA2181617/283-2503617/283-2504http://www.wellesley.edu/WCW/CRW/crwhome.html or http://www.wellesley.edu/WCW/index.htm
307Center For Ventures In Girls Education Inc160 Grove StWellesley Massachusetts USA2181
308Jean Baker Miller Training InstituteWellesley College106 CentralWellesley Massachusetts USA2181(617) 283-3007(617) 283-3646http://www.wellesley.edu/WCW/SC/JBMTI/jbm-home.html#Inform
309The Stone CenterWellesley College106 Central StWellesley Massachusetts USA2181(617) 283-2838gfioretti@wellesley.eduhttp://www.wellesley.edu/Counseling/stone_home.htmlResearch on Women and Identity.
310Wellesley CollegeWellesley CollegeWellesley Massachusetts USA2181617-235-0320http://www.wellesley.edu/
311Women's Exchange37 Upwey RdWellesley Massachusetts USA2181617-235-0035
312Women's Review Of BooksWellesley CollegeWellesley Massachusetts USA2181(617) 431-1453http://www.wellesley.edu/WCW/CRW/WROB/welcome.html
313Women's Business Network211 Lake St #51WeymouthMassachusetts USA2189
314South Shore Women's Health44 Fogg RdWeymouthMassachusetts USA2190617-331-3270
315Women's CenterRegis College235 Wellesley StreetWestonMassachusetts USA2193(617) 893-1820
316Boston Mayor's Commission On The Status Of WomenCity Hall BostonMassachusetts USA2201(617) 725-4427(617) 635-3031
317Massachusett's Governor's Commission On The Status of Women100 Cambridge St. Rm 1105BostonMassachusetts USA2202
318Anna Howard Shaw CenterBoston University745 Commonwealth Ave Box 81BostonMassachusetts USA2215(617) 353-3075
319Boston University Women's CenterBoston UniversityGeorge Sherman Union755 Commonwealth AvBostonMassachusetts USA2215
320Image Reproductive Rights, Boston N.O.W.971 Commonweatlh AveBostonMassachusetts USA2215
321National Organization For Women971 Commonwealth AveBostonMassachusetts USA2215(617) 782-1056(617) 782-9183massnow@gis.nethttp://www.cybercom.net/~hypatia/now/now.html
322Network Of Women In Trade And Technical Jobs1255 Boylston St.BostonMassachusetts USA2215
323The Sage Within The Sage PageP.O. Box 15108BostonMassachusetts USA2215sagewithin@aol.comhttp://members.aol.com/SageWithin/SagePage.htm
324Women In Music With Laney GoodmanP.O. Box 15465BostonMassachusetts USA2215womenonair@aol.comhttp://members.aol.com/WomenOnAir/WomenInMusic.htm
325Women's Law AssociationBoston University765 Commonwealth AveBostonMassachusetts USA2215
326Women's Technical Institute1255 Boylston St.BostonMassachusetts USA2215(617) 266-2243
327Am TikvaP.O. Box 11CambridgeMassachusetts USA2238
328Row As OneP.O. Box 382641CambridgeMassachusetts USA2238rowasone@tiac.nethttp://www.tiac.net/users/rowasone
329Women's Allliance Against PornographyP.O. Box 382027CambridgeMassachusetts USA2238(617) 630-1506
330Association for Women in ComputingBeaver & Forest StreetsWalthamMassachusetts USA2254(617) 891-2226
331Brandeis "Triskelion Lesbian/ Gay Coalition"Brandeis UniversityBox 32l WalthamMassachusetts USA2254
332Brandeis University Women's StudiesP.O. Box 9110WalthamMassachusetts USA2254(617) 736-3033
333Brandeis Women's Resource CenterBrandeis UniversityOffice Of Student AffairsWalthamMassachusetts USA2254
334NASHIM: A Journal of Jewish Women's Studies and Gender IssuesManaging Editor: Deborah GrenimanThe International Research Institute on Jewish WomenMailstop 079Lown 300AWalthamMassachusetts USA02254-9110781-736-2070IRIJW@brandeis.eduNashim is a refereed journal of Jewish women's and gender studies, published by the Schechter Institute of Jewish Studies in Jerusalem and the International Research Institute on Jewish Women at Brandeis University, founded in 1997 by Hadassah. It publishes high-quality academic articles, reviews of new books relevant to the field, essays and a limited number of creative pieces, including poetry and art work. Issue no. 1 (1998) was devoted to the theme of "Women and the Land of Israel." No. 2, published in April 1999, addresses the subject of "Crossing into Modernity: Renegotiating Jewish Gender Identities." Forthcoming issues no. 3 and 4 will be devoted, respectively, to "Motherhood" and "Feminist Readings of Rabbinic Literature."
335Waltham Battered Women Support Committee, IncP.O. Box 24WalthamMassachusetts USA2254(617) 891-0724
336Women's StudiesBrandeis UniversityP.O. Box 9110WalthamMassachusetts USA2254(617) 736-3033
337Dove IncP. O. Box 287QuincyMassachusetts USA2269
338Women's CenterBridgewater State CollegeBridgewaterMassachusetts USA2324
339Lifesong: A Woman's Center For Healing239 N Franklin StHolbrookMassachusetts USA2343(617) 767-1262
340Women's CenterStonehill College320 Washington StreetNorth EastonMassachusetts USA2356
341Tee Time Magazine: New England Women's GolfP.O. Box 225WhitmanMassachusetts USA2382
342Women's CenterMassasoit Community College290 Thatcher StreetBrocktonMassachusetts USA2402
343Plymouth Rape Crisis CenterP.O. Box 4206BrocktonMassachusetts USA2403(508) 580-3964(617) 857-1754
344WomansplaceP.O. Box 4206BrocktonMassachusetts USA2403
345Massachusetts Friends Of MidwivesPO Box 81301Wellesley HillsMassachusetts USA02481-0003(800) WITHYOU 800-948-4968
346Women's Rights NetworkWellesley CollegeCarrie Cuthbert; Kim SloteWellesley Centers for Women106 Central StreetWellesleyMassachusetts USA02481-8203781-283-2509 781-283-2548781-283-2504ccuthber@wellesley.edu; kslote@wellesley.edu
347Safe PlaceP.O. Box 3231NantucketMassachusetts USA2584(508) 228-0561(508) 228-8825
348Cape Cod Rape Crisis CenterIndependence House160 Bassett LnHyannisMassachusetts USA2601(508) 771-6507(508) 778-0143
349Woman's Health Center1 Elm St.HyannisMassachusetts USA2601
350The Clothesline ProjectCape Cod Women's AgendaP.O. Box 822BrewsterMassachusetts USA2631(508) 385-7004http://www.cybergrrl.com/dv/orgs/cp.html
351Woman Of Power: A Magazine Of Feminism and SpiritualityP.O. Box 2785OrleansMassachusetts USA2653(508) 240-7877
352Harbor Hill At Provincetown4 Harbor Hill RdProvincetownMassachusetts USA2657508-487-0541robin@harborhill.comhttp://www.harborhill.com/index.html
353Helping Our Women336 CommercialProvincetownMassachusetts USA2657(508) 487-4357HOW@PROVINCETOWN.COMhttp://www.provincetown.com/village/organizations/how/how.html
354Prides182 Commercial StProvincetownMassachusetts USA2657(508) 487-2839
355Sirens Workshop Center104 Bradford StProvincetownMassachusetts USA26571-800-9MY-ANGEL508-487-1605sirens@provincetown.comhttp://www.provincetown.com/sirens/
356Women's CenterCape Cod Community CollegeWest BarnstableMassachusetts USA2668
357New Hope, IncP.O. Box 4100AttleboroMassachusetts USA2703(508) 226-4015(508) 226-6917
358Rape Crisis386 Stanley StFall RiverMassachusetts USA2720(508) 675-0087
359Women's CenterBristol Community College64 Durfee StreetFall RiverMassachusetts USA2720
360New Bedford Women's Center252 County StNew BedfordMassachusetts USA2740(508) 996-3343(508) 996-3343
361Women's StudiesSoutheastern Massachussets UniversityN DartmouthMassachusetts USA2747
362Wild Women EnterprisesP.O. Box 114N DightonMassachusetts USA2764508-880-0555508-880-2529women@wildwomen.ici.nethttp://www.wildwomen-ent.com
363Wheaton College LGBAWheaton CollegeBox W0973NortonMassachusetts USA2766(508) 285-8200
364Women's Studies ProgramMeneely 321NortonMassachusetts USA2766(508) 286-3611(508) 285-8270
365League of Women Voters of the Northampton AreaMassachusetts USAhttp://www.lwvnorthamptonarea.org
366Unitarian Universalist Women's Federation25 Beacon StreetBostonMassachusetts USAhttp://www.uua.org
ACRONYMSWOMEN'S ORGANIZATIONother nameGAY/LESBIAN ASSOCIATIONCONTACTP.O. BOXCOUNTRYZIPSTATECITYSTREET ADDRESSflr/suite/Apt #WEBSITEUNIVERSITY PHONEHOTLINE/ALTERNATEFAXE-MAILPURPOSE/OBJECTIVE
M:AOFSAW Manavi: An Org For South Asian Women P.O. Box 614USA7003New Jersey Bloomfield http://www.research.att.com/orgs/ssr/people/bala/manavi/(908) 687-2662 bala@research.att.com
TSH,CMMC The Safe House, Clara Maas Medical Center P.O. Box 1887USA7003New Jersey Bloomfield
MD Midwives of DenvilleUSA7005New Jersey Boonton 550 West Main StreetSuite 5http://www.midwivesofdenville.com[973] 334-6623
WS,CC Women's Studies, Caldwell CollegeUSA7006New JerseyCaldwell Ryerson Ave.
FNI Feminist Network, IncUSA7012New JerseyClifton 35 Laurel Ave(201) 470-0724 (201) 473-3888
MARC Mothers Against Raping ChldrenUSA7013New JerseyClifton 22 Adams Terrace
EOCCOTSOW East Orange City Committee On The Status Of WomenUSA7017New JerseyEast Orange City Hall
WE Women EntrepreneursUSA7018New JerseyEast Orange 185 South Clinton St.
NJW New Jersey WomanUSA7024New JerseyFort Lee 177 Main St # 232
TAUW The American Association of University WomenUSA7028New JerseyGlen Ridge 79 Lincoln Streethttp://www.aauwnj.org973-429-8605973-429-0280patmitchel@aol.comAAUW promotes equity for all women and girls, lifelong learning, and positive societal change.
HCRRN Hudson County Reproductive Rights Network P.O. Box 3292USA7030New JerseyHoboken(201) 217-2610
SPFW Special Programs For WomenUSA7030New JerseyHoboken Steven's Inst Of Technology
WIEN Women In Engineering NetworkUSA7030New JerseyHoboken Castle Point Steven's Institute
WISH Women In Self Help National Council Jewish WomenUSA7039New JerseyLivingston 513 W. Mt Pleasant Ave
ECNOW Essex County N.O.W. P.O. Box 201USA7040New JerseyMaplewood
NARAL, NJ NARAL, New JerseyUSA7042New JerseyMontclair 29 Valley Rd(201) 783-0100(201) 783-0654
WC Women's CenterUSA7042New JerseyMontclair 159 Glenridge Aven
WHAAFP Women's Health And Alcoholism Film ProjectUSA7042New JerseyMontclair 74 Clinton Ave(201) 746-6239
WowfactorUSA7042New JerseyMontclair 41 Watchung Plaza # 310http://www.wowfactor.com201-655-0541201-655-0542mmcgillin@wowfactor.com
COSOW Committee On Status Of WomenUSA7043New JerseyUpper Montclair Montclair State College(201) 893-4119
PL Pam's List P.O. Box 43008USA7043New JerseyUpper Montclair
WC Women's CenterUSA7043New JerseyUpper Montclair Montclair State College
WS Women's StudiesUSA7043New JerseyUpper Montclair Montclair State College
WCYWCA Women's Center Y.W.C.A.USA7050New JerseyOrange 395 Main Street
YWCA Y.W.C.A.USA7052New JerseyW Orange 760 Northfield Ave
PP Planned ParenthoodUSA7060New JerseyPlainfield 203 Park Avenue
WFUWO World Federation of Ukranian Women's OrganizationsUSA7070New JerseyRutherford 314 Montross Avenue001 201 933 7558001 201 933 8609
WC Women's CenterUSA7076New JerseyScotch Plains 1776 Raritan Road
NCC,WID National Crime Commission, Women's Issues Division P.O. Box 1092USA7079New JerseySouth Orange(908) 569-2599
RTRP Rosie The Riveter ProjectUSA7081New JerseySpringfield 18 Oak Ridge
AA Amazon Autumn P.O. Box 2104USA7083New JerseyUnion
KCPWA Kean College Professional Women's AssociationUSA7083New JerseyUnion Willis Hall 105c, Morris Ave(908) 527-2557
SR Stonewall RiotsUSA7093New JerseyGuttenberg 7100 Blvd East 14N
TLE The Lavender Express P.O. Box 1040USA7095New JerseyWoodbridge
PP Planned ParenthoodUSA7102New JerseyNewark 151 Washington St(201) 622-3900
SAU Sexual Assault UnitUSA7102New JerseyNewark 22 Franklin St.
WWC,ECC Wise Women's Center, Essex County CollegeUSA7102New JerseyNewark 303 University Ave Essex County College
WF,WCC Women's Forum, Essex County CollegeUSA7102New JerseyNewark 303 University Ave.
WRLR Women's Rights Law ReporterUSA7102New JerseyNewark 15 Washington St.(201) 648-5320
WS,RU Women's Studies, Rutgers UniversityUSA7102New JerseyNewark Deptartment Of EnglishRutgers University
ECFVP Essex County Family Violence ProgramUSA7106New JerseyNewark 755 South Orange Ave
IBWC International Black Women's CongressUSA7112New JerseyNewark 1081 Bergen St # 200201-926-0570201-926-0818Rha7@aol.com
PP Project: ProtectUSA7201New JerseyElizabeth 1131 E Jersey St(908) 355-1500
UCABOTSOW Union County Advisory Board On The Status Of WomenUSA7207New JerseyElizabeth Administration Building
GOW Generations Of Women Women's Studies, State CollegeUSA7305New JerseyJersey City
WC,JCSC Women's Center, Jersey City State CollegeUSA7305New JerseyJersey City 32 College St Jersey City State College(201) 200-3189
WS,JCSC Women's Studies, Jersey City State CollegeUSA7305New JerseyJersey City 94 Audubon Ave.
BWP Battered Women's ProgramUSA7306New JerseyJersey City 270 Fairmount Ave
BWP Battered Women ProjectUSA7306New JerseyJersey City Y.W.C.A., 111 Storms Ave.
WC,SPC Women's Center, St. Peter's CollegeUSA7306New JerseyJersey City 2641 Kennedy Blvd St. Peter's College
CC Conditions CollectiveUSA7307New JerseyJersey City 247 Liberty Ave
NJCDC New Jersey Clinic Defense Collective P.O. Box 110USA7410New JerseyFair Lawnhttp://www.netcom.com/~bwillis9/njcdc.htmlbwillis9@ix.netcom.com
WC,RC Women's Center, Ramapo CollegeUSA7430New JerseyMahwah 505 Ramapo Valley Rd Ramapo College
SOS Save Our SistersUSA7456New JerseyRingwood 2 Ellen St.(201) 831-0898
TNJIS,CT The New Jersey Project on Inclusive Scholarship, Curriculum, and TeachingUSA7470New JerseyWaynehttp://www.wilpaterson.edu/wpcpages/icip/njp/Index.htm William Paterson University(973) 720 - 2296(973) 720 - 2974nj_project@wpc.wilpaterson.eduWe are a higher education curriculum project that encourages and supports faculty and curriculum development around issues of race, gender, class, sexuality, and culture.
WC,WPC Women's Center, William Paterson CollegeUSA7470New JerseyWayne 300 Pompton Rd. William Paterson College(201) 595-2946
YWCAWC Y.W.C.A. Women's CenterUSA7501New JerseyPaterson 185 Carroll St.
PP Planned ParenthoodUSA7505New JerseyPaterson 175 Market St.
WH Women's HavenUSA7513New JerseyPaterson 1019 Madison Ave
BCCOTSOW Bergen County Commission On The Status Of WomenUSA7601New JerseyHackensack 21 Main St, Court Plaza South
PP Planned ParenthoodUSA7601New JerseyHackensack 575 Main St
WW Women WorkingUSA7601New JerseyHackensack 17-25 Di Carolis Ct
WWT Women Working TechnicalUSA7601New JerseyHackensack 280 Hackensack Ave(201) 343-6000
WB Women's BureauUSA7601New JerseyHackensack 295 Main Street
WCPS Women's Counseling & Psychotherapy ServicesUSA7601New JerseyHackensack 270 State St.
SOS Shelter Out Sisters P.O. Box 202USA7602New JerseyHackensack
NNJNOW Northern New Jersey N.O.W.USA7607New JerseyMaywood 325 Jaeger Avenue
EN Exrat NashimUSA7631New JerseyEnglewood 231 Sunset Ave.
WRIC Women's Rights Information CenterUSA7631New JerseyEnglewood 108 W Palisade Avehttp://www.womensrights.org(201) 568-1166
FT Feminist TeacherUSA7648New JerseyNorwood 355 Chestnut St(201) 767-8455
TWI,BCC The Women's Institute, Bergen Community CollegeUSA7652New JerseyParamus 400 Paramus Road Bergen Community College
WM Women & MathematicsUSA7652New JerseyParamus 86b Forsythia Ct
WS,BCC Women's Studies, Bergen Community CollegeUSA7652New JerseyParamus 400 Paramus Rd.
LAN Lesbian Awareness Newsletter P.O. Box 4414USA7661New JerseyRiver Edge
SOS Shelter Our SistersUSA7666New JerseyTeaneck 725 Pomander Walk
WMEC Women & Minority Events Calendar P.O. Box 2161USA7666New JerseyTeaneck
WS,FDU Women's Studies, Fairleigh Dickinson UniversityUSA7666New JerseyTeaneck River Rd Fairleigh Dickinson University
PHWC Peggy Hill Women's CommissionUSA7675New JerseyHackensack Court Plaza South 21 Main St
WL(WITSAH) Wish List (Women In The Senate And House)USA7701New JerseyRed Bank 210 W Front St(908) 747-4221(908) 530-9743
PP Planned ParenthoodUSA7702New JerseyShrewsbury 69 E Newman Springs Rd(908) 842-9300(908) 842-9338
MHHWS Manna House Homeless Women's ShelterUSA7735New JerseyCliffwood Beach 640 Cliffwood Ave
RTC Right To Choose P.O. Box 65USA7738New JerseyLincroft(908) 758-1182
WC,BCC Women's Center, Brookdale Community CollegeUSA7738New JerseyLincroft Newman Springs Road Brookdale Community College
DHP Displaced Homemakers ProgramUSA7740New Jersey Long Beach 213 Broadway Brookdale Community College(201) 229-8440
WC Women's CenterUSA7801New JerseyDover County College Of Morris
WP,CCM Women's Programs, County College Of MorrisUSA7801New JerseyRandolph Route 10 & Center Grove Road County College Of Morris
DAARCC Domestic Abuse And Rape Crisis CenterUSA7823New JerseyBelvidere 120 Mansfield St
AWIC Association for Women In ComputingUSA7834New JerseyDenville 24 Glenwood Rddnscom@aol.com
OTI:TPWQ On The Issues: The Progressive Womans QuarterlyUSA7834New JerseyDenville 30 Broad Sthttp://www.igc.apc.org/onissues/index.htm(201) 627-2427onissues@echonyc.com
RC,DC Rainbow Connection, Denville CommonsUSA7834New JerseyDenville 3130 Route 10 West
ClearingsUSA7836New JerseyFlanders 49 Jefferson Dr973-584-9341MoonSpinn@aol.com
WC,CC Women's Center, Centenary CollegeUSA7840New JerseyHacketstown 400 Jefferson St Centenary College
C:ABOWV Cornucopia: A Bounty Of Women's VoicesUSA7901New JerseySummit 15 Friar Tuck Circle(908) 277-0232
DOE Daughters Of EveUSA7901New JerseySummit 16 Irving Pl Apt A
RCFW Resource Center For WomenUSA7901New JerseySummit 31 Woodland Ave
NJAOWBO New Jersey Association Of Women Business Owners Box 73USA7931New JerseyFar Hills
CFW Center For WomenUSA7940New JerseyMadison Fairleigh Dickinson Univ.
DWC Drew Women's CollectiveUSA7940New JerseyMadison Drew University
TWAE The Women's Advisory ExchangeUSA7940New JerseyMadison 11 Green Hill Rd
WRC,DU Women's Resource Center, Drew UniversityUSA7940New JerseyMadison Seminary Hal102 Drew University(201) 408-3418
FINONRT Feminist International Network On New Reproductive TechnologiesUSA7960New JerseyMorristown 101 Washington Ave
MCACOTNW Morris County Advisor Council On The Needs of WomenUSA7960New JerseyMorristown C/O Freeholders, Court House
MCNOW Morris County N.O.W. P.O. Box 394USA7960New JerseyMorristown201-285-1200
Mrs Wilson'sUSA7960New JerseyMorristown 56 Mt. Kemble Ave.
PP Planned ParenthoodUSA7960New JerseyMorristown 196 Speedweel Ave
WCOM Women's Center Of MorrisUSA7960New JerseyMorristown 812 Normandy Hts Rd.
SNBIIW Smash! Negative Body Images In WomenUSA8021New JerseyPine Hill 1704 Bromley Estateshttp://www.geocities.com/Paris/7119/smash.htmldandy@cris.com
TWRC Together Women's Referral CentralUSA8028New JerseyGlassboro 7 State St.
WS Women's StudiesUSA8028New JerseyGlassboro 351 Bunce HallGlassboro State College
FOEW Forum Of Executive WomenUSA8033New JerseyHaddonsfield 147 Lansdowne Ave(609) 428-5105
APNOW Alice Paul N.O.W. P.O. Box 2801USA8034New JerseyCherry Hill(609) 778-8320
PWICIN Philadelphia Women In Communication Inc Newsletter P.O. Box 5009USA8034New JerseyCherry Hill(609) 488-6546
HERA Homemakers Equal Rights AssociationUSA8043New JerseyVorhees 48 Rollingwood Dr
PHWS Providence House Willingboro Shelter P.O. Box 496USA8046New JerseyWillingboro
SJCDC South Jersey Clinic Defense Coalition P.O. Box 1396USA8053New JerseyMarltonhttp://members.aol.com/sjcdefense/index.htmsjcdefense@aol.com
APCF Alice Paul Centennial Foundation P.O. Box 472USA8057New JerseyMoorestown(609) 829-8969
AAUW,NJ AAUW, New JerseyUSA8069New Jersey Carney's Pt. 383 Ives Ave.
JSWC Jane Stuehling Women's CenterUSA8069New Jersey Carney's Pt. 460 Hollywood Ave,Salem Cc
BPW Business & Professional WomenUSA809New JerseyWest Creek Rural Route 1, Kelly Ave.
AFWN Alternatives For Women NowUSA8102New JerseyCamden 517 Penn St.
RUWC Rutgers University Women's CenterUSA8102New JerseyCamden 400 Penn. Street Room 301 Recitation Hall
PP Planned ParenthoodUSA8103New JerseyCamden 590 Benson St.
LFT80'S Ladies For The 80s P.O. Box 1USA8107New JerseyOaklyn
WAR Women Against RapeUSA8108New JerseyCollingswood
ACWC Atlantic County Women's Center P. O. Box 311USA8225New JerseyNorthfield(609) 646-6767
SWU Stockton Women's UnionUSA8240New JerseyPomona Stockton College
CWWS Campfest & Womangathering Womyn's Spirituality Box 185USA8322New JerseyFranklinville Rr 5(609) 694-2037
WOTO Women On Their Own P.O. Box 0USA8328New JerseyMalaga(609) 728-4071
BPWC Business & Professional Women's ClubUSA8406New JerseyVentnor 211 No. Washington Ave.
WW/MA Woman Within / Mid AtlanticUSA8512New JerseyCranbury 5 Steele Drhttp://www.nwn.org/~womanwithin/WomanWithin.htm609-799-4031609-799-3587
NCFPCM National Center For Pro Choice Majority P.O. Box 1315USA8520New JerseyHightstown(609) 443-8780
PBPW Princeton Business & Professional Women P.O. Box 8267USA8534New JerseyPrinceton(609) 771-6707HerrHope@ix.netcom.com
BCRCH Breast Cancer Resource Center & HotlineUSA8540New JerseyPrinceton Bramwell House, Robeson2nd Flrhttp://www.princetonol.com/groups/Y.W.C.A./bcrc.html(609) 252-2003(609) 497-2127
NMA National Midwives AssociationUSA8540New JerseyPrinceton 525 Alexander Rd
TPR The Professional RosterUSA8540New JerseyPrinceton 171 Broadmead
WISP,PU Women In Scholarly Publishing, Princeton UniversityUSA8540New JerseyPrinceton 41 William Street Princeton University
WC,PU Women's Center, Princeton UniversityUSA8540New JerseyPrinceton 201 Aaron Burr Hall Princeton University
WCC Women's Classical CaucusUSA8540New JerseyPrinceton Princeton University
YWCA Y.W.C.A. PrincetonUSA8540New JerseyPrinceton Paul Robeson Placehttp://www.princetonol.com/groups/Y.W.C.A./index.html Princeton University
LOWV League Of Women Voters P.O. Box 3043USA8543New JerseyPrincetonhttp://www.princetonol.com./groups/lwv/ Princeton University(609) 799-6272moxop@aol.com
WWNFFWSRG Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation Women's Studies Research GrantsUSA8543New JerseyCN 5281 Princeton Princeton University
WS,PU Women's Studies, Princeton UniversityUSA8544New JerseyCN 5281 Princeton 113 Dickinson Princeton University(609) 258-5430
TB,ABCFLG Tapestry Books, A Book Catalog For Lesbian & Gays P.O. Box 359USA8551New JerseyRingoes(908) 765-2367
FPANJ Family Planning Associates Of New JerseyUSA8608New JerseyTrenton 210 W State St(609) 393-3268(609) 393-2506
NOWNJ N.O.W. New JerseyUSA8608New JerseyTrenton 114 W State Sthttp://pluto.njcc.com/~nownj/(609) 393-0156(609) 393-8123nownj@pluto.njcc.com
TYWCAWC Trenton Y.W.C.A. Women's CenterUSA8608New JerseyTrenton 140 East Hanover St.(609) 989-2608
M,Y,DFLO Mcgahen, Young, Dempse Feminist Law OfficeUSA8611New JerseyTrenton 1506 Riverside Dr
UWC Urban Women's CenterUSA8618New JerseyTrenton 40 Fowler St
NJDCA,DOW New Jersey Dept Community Affairs, Division On WomenUSA8625New JerseyTrenton 101 S Broad St-CN801(609) 292-8840
WC Women's CenterUSA8625New JerseyTrenton Hillwood Lk CN550 Trenton State College
WS,TSC Women's Studies, Trenton State CollegeUSA8625New JerseyTrenton Forcina 436http://www.trenton.edu/~wmst/ Trenton State Collegewmst@trenton.edu
WI Womanspace Inc P.O. Box 7070USA8628New JerseyTrenton(609) 394-9000
JL Junior LeagueUSA8638New JerseyTrenton 27 Federal City Rd
WI Womanspace IncUSA8648New JerseyLawrenceville 1860 Brunswick Pike
WC Women's CenterUSA8648New JerseyLawrenceville Rider College
WS Women's StudiesUSA8648New JerseyLawrenceville Rider College(215) 355-6386
NJCFBW New Jersey Coalition For Battered WomenUSA8690New JerseyTrenton 2620 Whitehorse-Hamilton Sq Rd(609) 584-8107609-584-9750
WS Women's StudiesUSA8701New JerseyLakewood Georgian Court College
TMCOTJS The Mother's Center Of The Jersey Shore P.O. Box 405USA8736New JerseyManaquanhttp://www.webnova.com/mcjs/default.htm(908) 449-3936plyden@monmouth.com
OCDVCI Ocean County Domestic Violence Crisis InterventionUSA8753New JerseyToms River 1 Mott Place
WP Women's ProgramUSA8753New JerseyToms River Ocean County College
NJAOWBO New Jersey Association Of Women Business OwnersUSA8805New JerseyBound Brook 225 Hamilton Sthttp://www.injersey.com/Clients/NJAWBO/908-560-9607908-560-9687
BPW Business & Professional WomenUSA8807New JerseyBridgewater 120 Finderne Ave # 113(908) 218-0994
SCCOW Somerset County Commission On WomenUSA8812New JerseyGreen Brook 917 North Washington Ave
WHA West Hall AnnexUSA8817New JerseyEdison Woodbridge Ave.
WC Women's CenterUSA8817New JerseyEdison Middlesex County College
WPAC Women's Political Action Committee P.O. Box 170USA8818New JerseyEdison(201) 638-6784(201) 638-6784
HCNOW Hunterdon County N.O.W. P.O. Box 183USA8822New JerseyFlemington
HWF Hunterdon Women's Fund P.O. Box 183USA8822New JerseyFlemington
VS Virtual Sisterhood P.O. Box 252USA8840New JerseyMetuchenhttp://www.igc.apc.org/vsister/vsister.html(908) 548-3422vsister@igc.apc.org
FemschoolUSA8848New JerseyMilford 161 Miller Park Rd(908) 996-2158
BSCOOFW Biophysical Society Commission On Opportunities For WomenUSA8854New JerseyPiscataway Rutgers Medical School, Biochem Department
WHAAM Women's Health Action And MobilizationUSA8854New JerseyPiscataway 894 Davidson Rd(908) 878-1093
AAUW American Association of University WomenUSA8873New JerseySomerset 6 Grier Rd.
AAUW AAUWUSA8876New JerseySomerville 45 Cedar Grove Rd(908) 685-0256
CWGG Center for Women's Global LeadershipUSA08901-8555New JerseyNew Brunswick 160 Ryders Lanehttp://www.cwgl.rutgers.edu Rutgers University732/932-8782732/932-1180cwgl@igc.org
CAWP Center for the American Woman and PoliticsUSA08901-8555New JerseyNew Brunswickhttp://www.rci.rutgers.edu/~cawp/ Rutgers University908-828-2210 or (908) 932-9384 or 732/932-9384 or 202 828 2210908-932 6778 or 732/932-6778cawp@rci.rutgers.edu CAWP, the only research, education, and public service center ofits kind, designs and sponsors a variety of programs aimed at developing and disseminating knowledge about women's political participation. It also encourages women's full and effective involvement in all areas of public life.
IRW Institute for Research on WomenUSA08901-8555New JerseyNew Brunswick 160 Ryders Lane Rutgers University732/932-9072732/932-0861irw_mail@email.rutgers.edu
IWL Institute for Women's LeadershipUSA08901-8555New JerseyNew Brunswick 162 Riders Lane Rutgers University732/932-1463732/932-4739
NJWAAIDSN New Jersey Women And AIDS NetworkUSA08901-8555New JerseyNew Brunswick 5 Elm Row # 112(908) 846-4462(908) 842-2674
PP Planned ParenthoodUSA08901-8555New JerseyNew Brunswick 211 Livingston
WCC Women's Crisis CenterUSA08901-8555New JerseyNew Brunswick 56 College Avenue
YWCAOCNJ Y.W.C.A. Of Central New JerseyUSA08901-8555New JerseyNew Brunswick 51 Livingston Avenue
CFEE,R Consortium For Educational Equity, RutgersUSA8903New JerseyNew Brunswick 4090 Livingston Campus(908) 932-2071
IFROW Institute For Research On WomenUSA8903New JerseyNew Brunswick 27 Clifton Ave - Douglass College Douglass College908-932-9072
JOFSAPT Journal Of Feminist Social And Political TheoryUSA8903New JerseyNew Brunswick Dept 8010
PWTL Preparing Women To LeadUSA8903New JerseyNew Brunswick 304 College Hall, Douglas College(908) 932-9510
WA Women Aware P.O. Box 312USA8903New JerseyNew Brunswick(908) 249-4504
WW:COOWC Women Work: Celebration Of Our Work ConferenceUSA8903New JerseyNew Brunswick 27 Clifton Ave908-932-9072
WC,DC Women's Center, Douglass CollegeUSA8903New JerseyNew Brunswick Gate House Clifton Avenue Douglass College
WSP,LC Women's Studies Program, Livingston CollegeUSA8903New JerseyNew Brunswick Lucy Stone Hall Rutgers University
MCNOW Middlesex County N.O.W. P.O. Box 1432USA8904New JerseyHighland Park Mothers & More
ACRONYMSWOMEN'S ORGANIZATIONother nameGAY/LESBIAN ASSOCIATIONCONTACTP.O. BOXCOUNTRYZIPSTATECITYSTREET ADDRESSflr/suite/Apt #WEBSITEUNIVERSITY PHONEHOTLINE/ALTERNATEFAXE-MAILPURPOSE/OBJECTIVE
STFDV Stokes Task Force on Domestic Violence P.O. Box 55USA27016North Carolina Danbury(910) 593-9323
DCDVP Davie County Domestic Violence ProgramUSA27028North Carolina Mocksville 140 S. Main Street(910) 634-3450 or (910) 634-4357
STFDVI Surry Task Force on Domestic Violence Inc. P.O. Box 1643USA27030North Carolina Mount Airy(910) 789-6808 or (910) 386-4046
NCCFLAW North Carolina Center For Laws Affecting WomenUSA27101North Carolina Winston-Salem 1111 Brookstown Ave(919) 722-0098
PPOTT Planned Parenthood Of The TriadUSA27101North Carolina Winston-Salem 820 W 4th St(919) 761-1058
FS/BWS Family Services/Battered Women's Services P.O. Box 604USA27102North Carolina Winston-Salem
AAUW American Association University WomenUSA27103North Carolina Winston-Salem 1617 Normandy Lane
NOWOWS N.O.W. Of Winston-Salem P.O. Box 5291USA27103North Carolina Winston-Salem
FSI Family Services Inc.USA27106-5393North Carolina Winston-Salem 610 Coliseum Drive(910) 722-8173 or (910) 723-8125
WFUWS Wake Forest University Women's Studies Box 7365USA27109North Carolina Winston-Salem Reynolds Stationhttp://www.wfu.edu/Academic-departments/Womens-Studies/
L,LUFNA Luna, Lesbians Up For New Adventures P.O. Box 15321USA27113North Carolina Winston-Salem
RCFCCI Randolph County Family Crisis Center Inc. P.O. Box 2161USA27204-2161North Carolina Asheborohttp://business.asheboro.com/rcfcc(910) 629-4159 The mission of Family Crisis Center is to serve people in crisis from abuse while working to eliminate abuse in our community.
WRCAC Women's Resource Center in Alamance CountyUSA27215North Carolina Burlington 1343 S. Main Street(336) 227-6900(336) 227-6900
CRSARRC CrossRoads Sexual Assault Response and Resource Center P.O. Box 673USA27216North Carolina Burlingtonhttp://www.netpath.net/~crossrds(336) 228-0813 or (336) 228-0360
FASACI Family Abuse Services of Alamance County Inc. P.O. Box 2192USA27216North Carolina Burlington(336) 226-5982 or 336) 227-6220
MWIB Minorities & Women In Business P.O. Drawer 210USA27216North Carolina Burlington
WITW Women In The Workforce P.O. Box 2234USA27261North Carolina High Point(919) 882-0109
FHSPI Family Services of High Point Inc.USA27262-2541North Carolina High Point 1401 Long Street(910) 889-6161 or (910) 841-8255
OCCFW Orange City Commission For WomenUSA27278North Carolina Hillsborough 131 Court St.
OWCPC North Carolina Women's Political Caucus P.O. Box 2125USA27282North Carolina Jamestown
DCDVS Davidson County Domestic Violence Services P.O. Box 1231USA27293North Carolina Lexington(704) 243-1934 or (704) 243-1628
FVRCSI Family Violence & Rape Crisis Services Inc. P.O. Box 1105USA27312North Carolina Pittsboro(919) 542-5445 or (919) 929-0479
HI Help, IncUSA27320North Carolina Reidsville 119 North Scales St.
FVRCCI Family Violence & Rape Crisis Center Inc. P.O. BOX 3191USA27330North Carolina Sanford 223 Carthage Street(919) 774-8923 or (919) 774-4520
CCI Crisis Council Inc. P.O. Box 0USA27371North Carolina Troy(910) 572-3749 or (910) 572-3747 or 1-800-CRISIS-1
HELP I HELP Inc. P.O. Box 16USA27375North Carolina Wentworth(910) 342-3331
CFVPP Caswell Family Violence Prevention Program P.O. Box 639USA27379North Carolina Yanceyville(910) 694-5655 or (919) 694-0655 or 1-800-359-5655
BWSD Black Women's Studies DepartmentUSA27401North Carolina Greensboro Bennett College
FCS/TP Family and Children's Services/Turning PointUSA27401-2911North Carolina Greensboro 301 E. Washington Street(910) 333-6910 or (910) 274-7316
WS,DC Women's Studies, Bennett CollegeUSA27401-2911North Carolina Greensboro 900 E Washington St(919) 370-8690
WRC Women's Resource CenterUSA27405North Carolina Greensboro 628 Summit Avenue336-275-6090336-275-7069wrcgso@triadbiz.rr.com
NCCOTSOW North Carolina Council On The Status Of WomenUSA27408North Carolina Greensboro 1400 Battleground Ave 200
TWC,GC The Women's Center, Guilford College P.O. Box 17725USA27410North Carolina Greensboro
WS,GC Women's Studies, Guilford CollegeUSA27410North Carolina Greensboro W. Friendly Ave.
WRC Women's Resource CenterUSA27412North Carolina Greensboro 214 Mossman University Of North Carolina
WS Women's StudiesUSA27412North Carolina Greensboro University Of North Carolina(919) 334-5673
AFWS Association For Women Students Box 30, Carolina Union UNC-CHUSA27514North Carolina Chapel Hill
BGMLAA Bisexuals, Gay Men, Lesbians And Allies Box 39, Carolina UnionUSA27514North Carolina Chapel Hill(919) 962-4401
BWUNC Black Women United UNCBox 43USA27514North Carolina Chapel Hill065A Carolina Union
LOWV,CH League Of Women Voters, C.H.USA27514North Carolina Chapel Hill 422 Westwood Dr
NOW National Organization For Women (N.O.W.) P.O. Box 2185USA27514North Carolina Chapel Hill
OCWC Orange County Women's CenterUSA27514North Carolina Chapel Hill 210 Henderson Sthttp://sunsite.unc.edu/cheryb/women/local-res/wcenter.html(919) 968-4610
PP Planned Parenthood P.O. Box 3258USA27514North Carolina Chapel Hill
TOWIB The Organization of Women In BusinessUSA27514North Carolina Chapel Hill 012-A Carroll Hall UNC-CH
OMFPC (B)Old Maids Feminist Performance CompanyUSA27516North Carolina Chapel Hill 108 Creel Sthttp://www.perigee.net/~marla919-932-3036marla@mail.perigee.net
FFAR Feminists For Animal Rights P.O. Box 16425USA27516North Carolina Chapel Hillhttp://envirolink.org/arrs/far/home.html(916) 268-7333
TOCRCC The Orange County Rape Crisis CenterUSA27516North Carolina Chapel Hill 406 W Rosemary St(919) 968-4647
TSWCI The Shelter of Wayne County Inc. P.O. Box 1581USA27533North Carolina Goldsboro(919) 736-1313 or (919) 735-4357 or (919) 731-8377
SAFEHC SAFE of Harnett County P.O. Box 728USA27546North Carolina Lillington(910) 893-7233
SHPC Safe Haven of Person County P.O. Box 624USA27573North Carolina Roxboro(910) 599-7233 or (910) 599-7233
HI Harbor Inc. P.O. Box 1903USA27577North Carolina Smithfield(919) 934-0233 or (919) 934-6161
BCOWH Berkshire Conference Of Women HistoriansUSA27599North Carolina Chapel Hill UNC - Women's Studies 207 Caldwell(919) 962-3908
CHCIWS Chapel Hill Curriculum In Women's StudiesUSA27599North Carolina Chapel Hill 207D Caldwell HallCB 3135http://sunsite.unc.edu/cheryb/women/wsphome.html(919) 962-3908
SWIG Supporting Women in Geography (SWIG)USA27599North Carolina Chapel Hill CB #3220http://www.unc.edu/depts/geog/swig.html University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill919-962-3871elmore@email.unc.edu
WFUNC-CHCY Women's Forum UNC-CH Campus YUSA27599North Carolina Chapel Hill 102 YMCA BldgCB # 5115(919) 962-2333
WC Women's CenterUSA27601North Carolina Raleigh 128 E Hargett St# 10(919) 829-3711
Interact P.O. Box 11096USA27604North Carolina Raleigh(919) 828-7501 or (919) 828-7740
NCCW North Carolina Council for WomenUSA27604-1199North Carolina Raleigh 526 N. Wilmington Streethttp://www.doa.state.nc.us/doa/cfw/cfw.htm(919) 733-2455(919) 733-2464 The North Carolina Council for Women is the official state advocacy agency for women. Its mission is to advise the governor, the North Carolina Legislature and the principal state departments on the special needs of women in North Carolina by: identifying and assessing needs; collecting and distributing information and acting as a resource for the county and region; council/commissions for women; offering services to women in crisis, i.e., sexual assault and domestic violence services; cooperating with groups and individuals working on behalf of women; working toward expanding equal opportunities in employment and education for women
NCE North Carolina EquityUSA27605North Carolina Raleigh 302 Jefferson St # 200800-451-8065
GLHOWC Gay & Lesbian Helpline Of Wake County P.O. Box 36207USA27606North Carolina Raleigh(919) 821-0055
MC Meredith CollegeUSA27607North Carolina Raleigh 3800 Hillsborough Sthttp://www.meredith.edu/meredith/(919) 829-8600(919) 829-2828info@meredith.edu
NWHO National Women's Health OrganizationUSA27609North Carolina Raleigh 3613 Haworth Drhttp://gynpages.com/nwho/(800) 532-5383annerose@randome.com
WingsUSA27610North Carolina Raleigh 1034 Bragg St
FP Front Page (Newspaper) P.O. Box 27928USA27611North Carolina Raleigh(919) 829-0181
NOW NC N.O.W. North Carolina P.O. Box 24997USA27611North Carolina Raleigh919/834-4073Samenc-now@ral.mindspring.com
NOWOR N.O.W. Of Raleigh P.O. Box 25331USA27611North Carolina Raleigh
OOWIED Office Of Women In Economic DevelopmentUSA27611North Carolina Raleigh Commerce, 430 N Salisbury St
WOCPP Women Of Color Partnership Program P.O. Box 27433USA27611North Carolina Raleigh(919) 832-7424
WOBD Women-Owned Business DirectoryUSA27611North Carolina Raleigh 116 W Jones St
RVAP Rape Victims Assistance ProgramUSA27626North Carolina Raleigh 512 N Salisbury Sthttp://vger.gcc.dcc.state.nc.us/home/vjs/rvap0.htm919/733-7974ebottum@adm.dcc.state.nc.us
RRNFGLE Raleigh Religious Network For Gay & Lesbian Equality P.O. Box 5961USA27650North Carolina Raleigh
NCSWC N.C. State Women's CenterUSA27695North Carolina Raleighhttp://www2.ncsu.edu/ncsu/womens_center/general.html515-2012Rhonda_Mann@ncsu.edu
LOWC,D League Of Women Voters, DurhamUSA27701North Carolina Durham 302 First Union Bldg
PA Pornography AwarenessUSA27701North Carolina Durham 411 Morris St# 200
RCFWMITS Resource Center For Women & Ministry In The SouthUSA27701North Carolina Durham 331 W Main St # 608(919) 687-0408
RCWMS Resource Center for Women & Ministry in the SouthUSA27701North Carolina Durham 1202 Watts St.919-683-1236stokesnet@aol.com We are a nonprofit, tax-exempt organization that weaves theology and spirituality into a vision of justice for the world. We provide a newsletter, book catalog, workshops, retreats, and conversation.
WIAFTPOV Women In Action For The Prevention Of Violence P.O. Box 2185USA27701North Carolina Durham
DCWC Durham County Women's Commission P.O. Box 25407USA27702North Carolina Durham(919) 560-4179
NARAL,NC NARAL, North Carolina P.O. Box 908USA27702North Carolina Durhamhttp://www.naralnc.org/contact.html919/687-4959919/682-4629email@naralnc.org
NCAWA North Carolina Association of Women Attorneys P.O. Box 1593USA 27702-1593North Carolina Durhamhttp://members.aol.com/ncawa/(919) 479-203(919) 477-6476ncawa@aol.com What are the purposes of NCAWA? To increase the effective participation by women in the justice system, in public office, and within the legal profession. To promote the rights of women under the law. To promote the welfare of the women attorneys of North Carolina.
NCCADV NC Coalition Against Domestic Violence P.O. Box 25189USA 27702-1593North Carolina Durham919-956-9124919-682-4629
TN The Newsletter P.O. Box 2272USA 27702-1593North Carolina Durham
O/DCBWI Orange/Durham Coalition for Battered Women Inc. P.O. Box 688USA 27702-1593North Carolina Durham(919) 688-4015 or (919) 683-8628 or 929-0479 or 732-2796
TWI Today's Woman, Inc Box 3641USA 27702-1593North Carolina Durham
TALF Triangle Area Lesbian Feminists P.O. Box 2272USA 27702-1593North Carolina Durham(919) 471-8399
WIPTC Women In Performance Theatre Company P.O. Box 1288USA 27702-1593North Carolina Durham
DTCCDHP Durham Technical Community College Displaced Homemakers ProgramUSA27703North Carolina Durham 1637 Lawson St(919) 598-9206
DOWOB Directory Of Women-Owned Businesses P.O. Box 15657USA27704North Carolina Durham(919) 220-8177
TRFOC The Radical Feminist Organizing CommitteeUSA27704North Carolina Durham 109 Ellerbee St.(919) 477-1803
CWU Church Women UnitedUSA27705North Carolina Durham 2812 Ferrand Dr
NCLAGHP North Carolina Lesbian And Gay Health Project P.O. Box 3203USA27705North Carolina Durham
NOWOD N.O.W. Of Durham P.O. Box 3112USA27705North Carolina Durham
WC Women's CenterUSA27706North Carolina Durham 7 Old Divinity Duke Divinity School
NCLGPA North Carolina Lesbian & Gay Political ActionUSA27707North Carolina Durham 2009 Chapel Hill Rd
TWMAC Triangle Women's Martial Arts CenterUSA27707North Carolina Durham 3710 Shannon Rd919-493-Safe
TWN Triangle Women's NetworkUSA27707North Carolina Durham 900 S Duke St, Hill House
WCOCA Women's Committee On Central AmericaUSA27707North Carolina Durham 2012 Bivens St
WILFPAF Women's International League For Peace And FreedomUSA27707North Carolina Durham 203 Pekoe Ave
DJOGLAP Duke Journal Of Gender Law And Policy P.O. Box 90372USA27708North Carolina Durhamhttp://www.duke.edu/~jrd4/djgcntct.htm(919) 613-7101(919) 684-3417djg@student.law.duke.edu
DUWC Duke University Women's Center Box 90920USA27708North Carolina Durhamhttp://www.stuaff.duke.edu/deptpages/WomensCenter/womenctr.html(919) 684-3897(919) 681-6885
DU-UNCCFROW Duke University-UNC Center For Research On Women P.O. Box 90719USA27708North Carolina Durham(919) 684-6641
DUWS Duke University Women's Studies P.O. Box 90760, 210 E Duke BldgUSA27708-0719North Carolina Durhamhttp://www.duke.edu/womstud/(919) 684-5683(919) 684-4652wstprog@acpub.duke.edu
SBCWHC Sallie Bingham Center for Women's History and CultureBox 90185USA27708-0185 North Carolina Durhamhttp://scriptorium.lib.duke.edu/women/Duke University(919) 660.5828 (919)660.5934cwhc@duke.edu or laura.m@duke.edu The Bingham Center is a broad-based women's history repository and research center charged with acquiring, preserving, providing access to and promoting published materials (books, broadsides, journals etc.) and unpublished materials (personal papers and organizational records) that document the public and private lives of women past and present.
BPWC Business and Professional Women's ClubUSA27712North Carolina Durham 6014 Burgandy Rd
RCFRR, NC Religious Coalition For Reproductive Rights, NCUSA27713North Carolina Durham 4702 Brentwood
LGHP Lesbian & Gay Health Project P.O. Box 3203USA27715North Carolina Durham(919) 286-4107lghp@aol.com
LT Lesbian Thesbians P.O. Box 3295USA27715North Carolina Durham
NCLGP NC Lesbian & Gay Pride P.O. Box 3284USA27715North Carolina Durham942-3848
O.TG,LBY Outright, Triangle Gay, Lesbian & Bisexual Youth P.O. Box 3203USA27715North Carolina Durham286-2396
U:LGAA Umoja: Lesbian & Gay African-Americans P.O. Box 61671USA27715North Carolina Durham(919) 490-0653
NCCADV North Carolina Coalition Against Domestic Violence P.O. Box 51875USA27717North Carolina Durham(919) 956-9124
YWCAOD Y.W.C.A. Of Durham P.O. Box 71523USA27722North Carolina Durham
ACA,CCOW American Chiropractic Association, Council Of WomenUSA27801North Carolina Rocky Mount 3109 Zebulon Rd
SU/SASFW Step-Up/ Substance Abuse Services For Women P.O. Box 4047USA27801North Carolina Rocky Mount
MSH My Sister's House P.O. Box 1702USA27802North Carolina Rocky Mount(919) 977-2892 or (919) 446-2400
LOWV League Of Women Voters P.O. Box 1551USA27835North Carolina Greenville(919) 757-1410
ND New Directions P.O. Box 13USA27835-0013North Carolina Greenville(919) 752-3811
PCFVP Pitt County Family Violence Program P.O. Box 13USA27835-0013North Carolina Greenville(919) 752-3811
PCWC Pitt County Women's Commission P.O. Box 3184USA27836North Carolina Greenville(919) 551-5575
COTSOW Committee On The Status Of WomenUSA27858North Carolina Greenville East Carolina University(919) 757-4863
WS Women's StudiesUSA27858North Carolina Greenville East Carolina University(919) 757-6268
HP Hannah's Place P.O. Box 264USA27870North Carolina Roanoke Rapids
HP Hannah's Place P.O. Box 1392USA27870North Carolina Roanoke Rapids(919) 537-2882 or (919) 537-2909
ODV/SAI Options to DV/SA Inc. P.O. Box 1387USA27889North Carolina Washington(919) 946-3219 or 1-800-682-0767
WS Wesley Shelter P.O. Box 1423USA27893North Carolina Wilson(919) 291-2344 or (919) 237-5156
AH Albemarle Hopeline P.O. Box 2064USA27909North Carolina Elizabeth (919) 338-5338 or (919) 338-3011
CWEA Center for Women's Economic Alternatives P.O. Box 1033USA27910North Carolina Ahoskie 212 N. Maple Street(919) 332-4179919) 332-6091 Founded in 1984 to create a community of women, free of all oppressions, where they can earn a decent wage, in a healthy and safe environment -- a place where they can realize their abilities, dream dreams, and become enablers of others. Issues: toxics, energy, water polution, waste disposal, ej, community organizing, youth.
R-CSAFE Roanoke-Chowan SAFE P.O. Box 98USA27910North Carolina Ahoskie(919) 332-1933 or (919) 332-5993
NCOWBA National Conference Of Women's Bar Association P.O. Box 77USA27932North Carolina Edenton(919) 482-8202
OBHI Outer Banks Hotline Inc. P.O. Box 1417USA27954North Carolina Manteo(919) 473-5121 or (919) 473-3366 Serves Hatteras Island (919) 995-5104 (Hatteras Island call collect)
CVAN Cabarrus Victim's Assistance Network P.O. Box 1749USA28026North Carolina Concord(704) 788-1108 or (704) 788-2826
BSP Battered Spouse Program P.O. Box 10USA28053North Carolina Gastonia(704) 866-3613 or (704) 866-3300 or 865-2323
NOOM National Organization Of Single Mothers P.O. Box 68USA28107North Carolina Midlandhttp://cosmos.netgate.net/~pleiades/org/NOSMI.1.html(704) 888-2337704) 888-1752solomother@aol.com
TP Turning Point P.O. Box 952USA28111North Carolina Monroe(704) 283-9150 or (704) 283-7233
TRCFACC The Rape, Child & Family Abuse Crisis CouncilUSA28144North Carolina Salisbury 131 W. Council Street(704) 636-4718 or (704) 638-1000
APC Abuse Prevention Council P.O.Box 2895USA28150North Carolina Shelby
CCAPC Cleveland County Abuse Prevention Council P.O. Box 2895USA28151-2895North Carolina Shelby(704) 487-9325 or (704) 481-0043
FRRC Family Resources of Rutherford County P.O. Box 845USA28160North Carolina Spindale(704) 286-3411
POAITH Prevention Of Abuse In The Home P.O. Box 845USA28160North Carolina Spindale
SCAU Sandhills Center, Anson UnitUSA28170North Carolina Wadesboro 303 Eastview St
ADHP Alternatives Displaced Homemakers ProjectUSA28202North Carolina Charlotte 700 N Tryon St704-336-3210704-336-4449
MCWC Mecklenburg County Women's CommissionUSA28202North Carolina Charlotte 700 North Tryon Sthttp://www.sarahsplace.com/info/mcwc0.htm(704) 336-3210(704) 336-4449
CLN Carolina Lesbian News P.O. Box 8190USA28203North Carolina Charlotte
PC Project ChoiceUSA28204North Carolina Charlotte 1341 E Morehead Sthttp://home.earthlink.net/~political/pc.htm(704)377-3503(704)377-3511
WRI Woman Reach, IncUSA28204North Carolina Charlotte The Gallery OutletSuite 605(704) 334-3614
RM Rising MoonUSA28205North Carolina Charlotte 510 E 35th(704) 332-7473
WOTMPI Women Of The Motion Picture IndustryUSA28205North Carolina Charlotte 2307 Belvedere Ave.
TBLPFWW The Bag Lady Provisions For Wild WomenUSA28209North Carolina Charlotte 2914 Selwyn Ave(704) 338-9778
WWPOTGCA Womens Yellow Pages Of The Greater Charlotte AreaUSA28211North Carolina Charlotte 5567 Robinhood Rd(704) 364-0225
PI Persephone's IncUSA28216North Carolina Charlotte 821 Oakdale Rdhttp://www.sarahsplace.com/perseph/persepho.htm704-392-2378
WTW:TWFFEW Woman To Woman: The News Forum For Every WomanUSA28216North Carolina Charlotte 821 Oakdale Rd(704) 392-2378(704) 392-1317
CS/WNBA Charlotte Sting /Women's National Basketball AssociationUSA28217North Carolina Charlotte 2709 Water Ridge Pkwy# 400http://www.wnba.com/sting/(704) 424-9622
WOW WOW P.O. Box 12072USA28220North Carolina Charlotte
SBW Shelter for Battered Women P.O. Box 220312USA28222North Carolina Charlotte(704) 332-2513
WS Women's StudiesUSA28223North Carolina Charlotte 301 Kennedy University Of North Carolina(704) 547-2784
WCC/SP Women's Computer Connection / Sarah's Place P.O. Box 17085USA28227North Carolina Charlottehttp://www.sarahsplace.com704-844-2898704-841-7560women@worldnet.att.net
HOW Handicapped Organized Women P.O.Box 35481USA28235North Carolina Charlotte(704) 376-4735
WCC,QC Women's Career Center, Queens CollegeUSA28274North Carolina Charlotte 1900 Selwyn Ave.
CFVP Care-Family Violence ProgramUSA28302North Carolina Fayetteville 111 Bradford Ave
CARE CAREUSA28305North Carolina Fayetteville 1103 Hay Street(910) 323-4187
FF Friend to Friend P.O. Box 1508USA28327North Carolina Carthage(910) 947-3333
UC U Care P.O. Box 761USA28329North Carolina Carthage(910) 596-0931 or (910) 596-1345
WU Womenfolk Unlimited P.O. Box 26USA28345North Carolina Hamlet(910) 582-4873
SFVC Southeastern Family Violence Center P.O. Box 642USA28359-0642North Carolina Lumberton(910) 739-8622
SRI Sarah's Refuge Inc. P.O. Box 368USA28398North Carolina Warsaw(910) 293-3206 or (910) 293-3206
WCOW Women's Center Of WilmingtonUSA28401North Carolina Wilmington 1925 Tradd Court(910) 762-0613
DVSSI Domestic Violence Shelter and Services Inc. P.O. Box 1555USA28402North Carolina Wilmingtonhttp://www.wilmington.org/cfuw/domviol.html(910) 343-0703
YWCAOW Y.W.C.A. Of WilmingtonUSA28412North Carolina Wilmington 2815 S College Rdhttp://www.wilmington.org/cfuw/ywca.html(910) 799-6820
SHPCI Safe Haven of Pender County Inc. P.O. Box 657USA28425North Carolina Burgaw(910) 259-8989 or 1-800-259-8887
HHHI Hope Harbor Home Inc. P.O. Box 230USA28462North Carolina Supply(910) 754-5726 or (910) 754-5856
CASA Citizens Against Spouse Abuse P.O. Box 623USA28472North Carolina Whiteville
FFI Families First Inc. P.O. Box 1776USA28472North Carolina Whiteville(910) 642-5996 or (910) 641-0444
SAFELC SAFE in Lenoir County P.O. Box 3092USA28502-3092North Carolina Kinston(919) 523-5573
CCDVP Carteret County Domestic Violence ProgramUSA28516North Carolina Beaufort 402 Turner Street(919) 728-3788 or (919) 247-3023
OWC Onslow Women's Center P.O. Box 1622USA28541North Carolina Jacksonville(910) 347-4000
NC Neuse CenterUSA28557North Carolina Morehead 1707 Arendell St
CCCOW Craven County Council On Women Box 1285USA28560North Carolina New Bern
N-TRAP Neuse - Trent Rape Assistance Project Box 1285USA28560North Carolina New Bern
CWSI Coastal Women's Shelter Inc. P.O. Box 13081USA28561North Carolina New Bern 1333 S Glenburnie Rdhttp://www.coastalnet.com/community_orgs/civic_orgs/cws/cwspage.htm(919) 638-4509 or (919) 638-5995
ABWA American Business Women's AssociationUSA28590North Carolina Wintrville 1215 Chaucer Dr(919) 551-3081
FGC,FSSA Family Guidance Center, First Step Spouse AbuseUSA28601North Carolina Hickory Highway 64-70 Se# 17
WRC Women's Resource CenterUSA28601North Carolina Hickory 328 North Center St(704) 328-2548
OI Oasis Inc. P.O. Box 1591USA28607North Carolina Boone(704) 264-1532 or (704) 262-5035
WS Women's StudiesUSA28608North Carolina Boone Appalachian State Univ.
SHCCI Shelter Home of Caldwell County Inc. P.O. Box 426USA28645North Carolina Lenoir(704) 758-0888
OBFW Outward Bound For WomenUSA28655North Carolina Morganton 121 North Sterling St(800) 841-0186
FSSM Fifth Street Shelter MinistriesUSA28677North Carolina Statesville 1400 5th Street(704) 872-4045 or (704) 872-3403
JHC Jubilee House CommunityUSA28677North Carolina Statesville 906 5th St
OI Options Inc. P.O. Box 2512USA28680North Carolina Morganton(704) 438-9444
SMWHA South Mountain Women's Health Alliance P.O. Box 1523USA28680North Carolina Morganton(704) 438-4584
FVPS Family Violence Prevention ServicesUSA28681North Carolina Taylorsville 103 S Center St
SAFECI SAFE of Wilkes County Inc. P.O. Box 445USA28697North Carolina Wilkesboro(910) 667-7656 or (919) 667-7656 or (910) 838-7233
SAFETC SAFE of Transylvania County P.O. Box 2013USA28712North Carolina Brevard(704) 885-7233
S/QSAFEI Swain/Qualla SAFE Inc. P.O. Box 1416USA28713North Carolina Bryson (704) 488-9038 or (704) 488-6809
FVCYCI Family Violence Coalition of Yancey County Inc. P.O. Box 602USA28714North Carolina Burnsville(704) 682-0056 or (704) 682-0056
W:SLWC Womonwrites: Southeast Lesbian Writers ConferenceUSA28714North Carolina Burnsville 2565 Rock Creek Rd901-278-5615gwilkerson@utmem1.utmen.edu
SH Steps to Hope P.O. Box 518USA28722North Carolina Columbus(704) 894-3044 or (704) 892-2340
WCCPS Women's Center Counseling & Psych ServicesUSA28723North Carolina Cullowhee Western Carolina University(704) 227-7469
REACH REACH of Macon County P.O. Box 176USA28734North Carolina Franklin(704) 369-5544
FSMDC Family Services of McDowell County</