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About Southwest Women Working Together
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Southwest Women Working Together's mission, in partnership with their participants and community, is to recognize and free the potential of women, children, and their families.
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Mission Statement: To foster and promote revitalization of the community by designing and implementing programs that improve the community’s economic viability; increase availability of quality housing to people of different income levels, while maintaining and improving existing affordable housing; and enhance delivery of social services, particularly to senior citizens.
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