From free dental and vision exams to mammograms to wellness workshops, NOSW makes sure each woman in the program takes care of her body's needs.
From classes on Appalachian literature and creative writing to group activities like quilt-making, Appalachian arts and culture are a core component of the residency.
We're here to help equip you with the tools you need to take the next step in your employment journey with our career-centered classes and short-term internship.
For three decades, the New Opportunity School for Women, Inc. has been equipping low-income Appalachian women with the knowledge and support they need to build a fulfilling life for themselves, their families,and their communities.
Last year our first ever non-residential program took place in Clark County, and we are so excited to be back again! This time hosted at the Clark County Health Department, join us on a three day session that focuses on self esteem, integrative health and wellness, and preparing you to take the next step in your life.
For the first time the New Opportunity School for Women is pleased to bring the non-residential program back home to Berea. For three days the women who attend this session will take classes that focus on self esteem, integrative health and wellness, and more in the home of this 30 year old program.
Taking it's non-residential program further east, the New Opportunity School for Women is excited to bring it's program to Floyd County with the help of amazing community members at the local community college.