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Public Notice

In light of the current COVID 19 pandemic, The Women’s Center, Inc. of Columbia and Montour County has made some changes to service provision to domestic and sexual violence victims.  

The following services have been modified until further notice

  • Group Counseling Services will be conducted in-person at limited capacity (please call to register), virtual groups will be coming soon.
  • Transportation services are limited and case by case
  • Emergency shelter will be provided both on (reduced capacity) and off site

All other in-person services have resumed following CDC guidelines

Tele counseling and hotline services remain available.

To help maintain social distancing guidelines, we recommend scheduling an appointment, if possible.

Victims and their families are encouraged to utilize the hotline to connect to services.



The Women’s Center, Inc. in Bloomsburg, Pennsylvania is a non-profit organization that was formed in 1974 and incorporated in 1976. One of the first programs in Pennsylvania to provide free support services to victims of domestic violence, sexual assault and incest, the Women’s Center serves the residents of Columbia and Montour counties.

The philosophy of the Women’s Center is that all individuals are equal to one another and have the right to live in a nonviolent environment. Women’s Center staff, volunteers, and the board of directors endeavor to promote an atmosphere where people can strive for equality and respect and gain confidence in their abilities. By receiving peer encouragement and practical support, victims of domestic violence and sexual assault can work toward regaining a positive self-image. It is our belief that this positive self-image will give any person who has been battered or sexually assaulted the strength necessary to handle their problems and to work toward a solution.


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Emergency Food and Daily Supplies Available


The Women’s Center has food and other supplies available to those in need.  Please contact our hotline at: 

570-784-6631 to speak with an advocate.