UMass Amherst Everywoman's Center

The Center for Women and Community

Search For Help - Español - Help for Victims/Survivors of Violence

Making a Difference

Offering specialized training, support groups, workshops, events, counseling, online services, and more, we make a difference in our community.

What's Happening

  • Current Support Groups
    * Mindfulness & Mood: Empowerment Skills for Women

    *Women in Academia: Surviving the Dissertation

    * Support Connect Heal:Support Group for Survivors of Sexual Violence

    * Using Artistic Expression as a Tool for Healing: Support Group for Survivors of Sexual Violence

    *Latina Women’s Discussion Groups

We are Hiring! Volunteer/ Intern / Work Study / Student Hourly

Volunteer/Intern/Student Hourly Positions:

Now accepting applications! All positions are available to undergraduates, graduates, and community members and will start Fall 2014.

We provide extensive training in a supportive, personal atmosphere. Please call us at 413.545.0883 for more information.

Graduate Assistantship IT Support Staff Position Available 2014-2015

Position vacant until filled. See for details. Opportunities

In the News

Hampshire County Center is working to Prevent Sexual Violence
Interview with Channel 22 about the prevention activities sponsored by the Center for Women & Community during Sexual Assault Awareness Month and resources to support someone who has experienced sexual violence.

Sexual Assault on the UMASS campus
Becky Lockwood, Associate Director of Counseling and Rape Crisis Services, is interviewed for a story addressing sexual assault on the UMASS campus.

Response to March 31 Letter on topic of sexual violence

Colleges Work Toward Better Reporting of Sexual Assault
A story about sexual assaults in college campuses features an interview with Becky Lockwood, associate director of the Center for Women and Community, and students Megan Deary and Rachael Gaughan. The report also features a recent public service message about consent from the university targeting students. (WWLP-TV [video], 11/13/13; News Office assistance)

Federal Grant will help UMASS strengthen education about sexual violence

Northampton Police launch new civilian advocate program to help victims of domestic violence, sexual assault

Massachusetts Steps Up: Key Sexual and Domestic Violence Issues for College Administrators

UMass Amherst hosts statewide conference

Update on Valley Free Radio Show: Kicking It for Peace & Justice

Interview with Bill Newman