Contra Costa County Commission for Women

Improving the economic status, social welfare, and overall quality of life for women in Contra Costa Count

Contra Costa County Commission for Women

Improving the economic status, social welfare, and overall quality of life for women in Contra Costa Count

Contra Costa County Commission for Women

Improving the economic status, social welfare, and overall quality of life for women in Contra Costa Count

Contra Costa County Commission for Women

Improving the economic status, social welfare, and overall quality of life for women in Contra Costa Count

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The Women in Power Panel Discussion
MAY 2015

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The Contra Costa Commission for Women (the CCCW) was formed to educate the community and advise the Contra Costa County Board of Supervisors and other entities as necessary on issues relating to the changing social and economic conditions of women in the County, with particular emphasis on the economically disadvantaged. The CCCW’s mission is, “to improve the economic status, social welfare, and overall quality of life for women in Contra Costa County.”
As such, the goals of the Commission are as follows:
  • To provide a focal point for issues related to women and girls in Contra Costa County
  • To educate and advise the Board of Supervisors and the public on issues relating to the changing social and economic conditions of women and girls in the county with particular emphasis on the economically disadvantaged
  • To offer referrals to resources for women who need assistance with issues such as sexual harassment, child support, child abuse, or domestic violence
  • To legislatively advocate on behalf of women and girls
  • To organize and co-sponsor conferences, forums, and public hearings which address issues related to women and girls

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2-1-1 Contra Costa
2-1-1 is the national, toll-free, three-digit phone number to call for information about all kinds of local health and social services. Calls are answered 24 hours per day, 365 days per year by trained information and referral specialists at the Contra Costa Crisis Center.
Need advice or services right now?
Dial 2-1-1 for immediate assistance and referrals.
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Commission meetings
Meetings are held monthly, generally on the third Tuesday of the month, 6:30 p.m. County Connection, 2477 Arnold Industrial Way, Concord, California. Public welcome to attend meetings.



Contra Costa Commission for Women

P.O. Box 6695
Concord, CA 94520

Email: Contra Costa Commission for Women

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