The Women’s Daytime Drop-In Center (WDDC) is a non-profit program addressing the needs of homeless women and children to ensure that they have a safe daytime refuge where they receive support, nourishing meals, and access to community resources to overcome homelessness and regain self sufficiency. Established in 1988 as a volunteer cooperative, WDDC’s staff continues to be mostly community volunteers providing services five days a week. WDDC has evolved from its original mission of providing emergency and crisis response to a program of on-going support services. WDDC serves an average of 250 women and children each month in a nurturing, home like environment. Services are available at no fee to any homeless woman or child.