Women’s Resources provides services to all victims in our community, regardless of gender, age, race, sexual orientation, or religion.

Welcome to Women’s Resources of Monroe County

Women’s Resources offers FREE and CONFIDENTIAL services for anyone who has been a victim, or family members of victims, of domestic and/or sexual abuse. Established in 1980 we have grown and expanded our services to meet the needs of victims and survivors in our area. Domestic and sexual abuse know no boundaries – women, men, children, teens, LGBTQ+, young and old; anyone can be a victim of abuse, therefore anyone can be eligible to receive services at Women’s Resources.

Our Mission:

To provide a safe and caring environment that encourages healing and empowerment for anyone whose life has been impacted by domestic and sexual violence.  We strive to engage our community through awareness, advocacy, and prevention.

Upcoming Events

May 30

Black & White Gala: Celebrating 40 Years of Women’s Resources

May 30 @ 5:30 pm - 11:00 pm
Pocono Manor PA
United States

Survivor Stories

Lidia came in with 2 children, no job or no form of income and did not drive.  She was terrified to be away from her children and it created a tremendous amount of anxiety for her just thinking of it.  She was on the verge of tears during many of her discussions w/staff.  She stayed in shelter for just over 2 months.

logo for Echo Re-Sale Shop of Fine Women's Clothing and Accessories
dress, heels and jewelry

High quality women's clothing and accesssories at affordable prices

Echo is a high end thrift boutique store in Stroudsburg. All proceeds benefit Women’s Resources of Monroe County.

Echo is located on Ann Street, across from the Ribbon Factory.

What is the By-Stander Effect?

July 26, 2019

Can you imagine watching a man attack, rape and kill a young woman for an hour and a half and do nothing? Your immediate reaction is probably ‘Absolutely not!’ What if you were in an apartment building and the violence was so obvious you just figured someone else would have already called the police, so…

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