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Red's 4th Annual Cars & Christmas Mini-Show benefiting WRC

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3609 Ocean Ranch Boulevard

Oceanside, CA 92056

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This is my 4th annual holiday mini-show for car enthusiasts!

This year there is a registration fee for show participants as PROCEEDS will BENEFIT the WOMEN'S RESOURCE CENTER. Food specials will be available. Great cars as always. Awesome enthusiasts.

Please see the FACEBOOK EVENT for the latest updates.

ALL MAKES AND MODELS WELCOME! Awards for various categories provided by Lexus Carlsbad.
*Parking will be on your Left (East side of the lot). ***DO NOT PARK IN THE LOT NEXT TO THE OPEN RESTAURANTS*** The west side of lot is for patrons only. Please respect the businesses in the center, no loud music, revving, burn outs or other behavior inappropriate for a family event. Pets welcome. BRING A CHAIR! Parking is first come, first serve. NO SAVING SPOTS. Please roll-in with your group. This is a very casual mini-show, elaborate displays/stands are not necessary. Registration will be allowed the day of the event until 5pm.

Mini-show 4pm - 8pm
*please Roll-in starting at 3:30pm*

>>> AWARDS: Best Old School, Best New School, Best Import, Best Domestic, Best Euro, Best of Show, Deepest Club/Group, People's Choice, Best Female Driven, And others... :)
We will see you December 16th.

MERRY CHRISTMAS!! Thank you for participating in the fundraising effort for the WRC!

Make an IMPACT,

#teamIMPACT #makeanIMPACT #carsforacause #empowerwomen




Women’s Resource Center (WRC) is dedicated to providing the highest quality supportive services, counseling, shelter and education to North San Diego County women, children and men involved in or threatened by domestic violence or sexual assault.

Rebuilding Lives

Women’s Resource Center assists its clients in healing so that they can:

BUILD: their dignity, self esteem and confidence.
LEARN: that what has happened is not their fault.
KNOW: that they and their children have a safe haven.
FEEL RELIEF: from the fear of physical, verbal and emotional abuse.
FIND OUT: that someone understands their problems and that there are solutions.
HOPE: by learning that they can make different, better choices in the future.

Core Values

Women’s Resource Center’s Core Values support the organization’s mission and drive agency programs:

* Domestic violence and sexual assault are always wrong and must be stopped.

* These crimes impact the entire community and the c0mmunity has a moral obligation to take ownership of the problem and its solutions.

* Everyone has a right to live in a violence-free home where they are treated with respect and dignity.

* Victims can be empowered to enhance their lives.

Vision Statement

The goal of Women’s Resource Center is outlined in the agency’s Vision Statement: “Women’s Reource Center is the recognized leader in providing quality, compassionate, innovate services to families affected by domestic violence and sexual assault. Through Women’s Resource Center’s education of future generations, victim empowerment and community awareness, we will create an environment where domestic violence and sexual assault are neither tolerated nor accepted.”

WEBSITE: http://www.wrcsd.org/

PHONE: 760.757.3500


The Women’s Resource Center develops intervention and prevention programs designed to meet the needs of victims of sexual assault or domestic violence. A program has also been established for perpetrators.

This section contains brief descriptions of each of our areas of service.

Residential Services

Victims who have been terrorized by domestic violence and forced to flee their homes and seek emergency refuge need to feel safe and secure.

Alternatives to Abuse Emergency Shelter: An essential element of the domestic violence intervention program is the agency’s 30 day shelter for battered women and their children. This treatment-oriented facility is focuses on moving the client into a more permanent, non-violent living situation.

Transitional Housing: The Transition House offers a twelve to eighteen-month program designed to help victims and their children develop violence-free, self-sufficient futures. Transition House features 21 apartment which range in size from efficiency to one-bedroom to two-bedroom units. It currently provides the great majority of all transitional housing for battered women in north coastal San Diego County.

Non-Residential Services

Crisis Intervention: The approach to crisis intervention is that such services are time-limited and that they respond to a precipitating event which the individual needing service has experienced a crisis. Crisis intervention involves the exploration of alternatives and resources and focuses on rebuilding the client’s problem-solving skills and self-esteem. Crisis intervention services are available 24-hours-a-day either in-person and/or by telephone.

Crisis Telephone Hotline: A 24-hour crisis hotline to victims of domestic violence has been available since 1974. Agency statistics consistently show that over 50% of the clients first contact the agency via this lifeline. Through one central telephone number, rotating telephone lines allow multiple hotline call processing.

Adult Counseling: Counselors offer many services that respond to the needs of their clients. The counselors are all have Master’s degrees and many are registered State of California Marriage, Family Therapist (MFT) interns. The counselors have regular on-going clinical supervision from a licensed Marriage, Family Therapist (MFT) in addition to their administrative supervision.

Children’s Counseling: Specialized services are available for the children of battered women. This program is designed to enhance a child’s adjustment to his or her family’s own situation and to promote violence-free life styles.

Community and School Prevention Services: The center has been providing education and outreach services to schools and communities in northern San Diego County since 1978. To date, the Center has provided over 6,500 community education presentations to more than 150,000 adults and children. The center provides basic prevention education curricula for both domestic violence and sexual assault.

Publications: A quarterly newsletter includes information on the agency and the resources available to victims, and feature articles on the topics of domestic violence and sexual assault, safety and domestic violence. The newsletter is currently mailed to over 1,600 social service providers, members of the faith community, business persons, agency supporters, schools and community members.

Community Involvement: To raise community awareness as to the issue of domestic violence, Women’s Resource Center representatives and Board members are active in local civic groups. This community involvement helps to keep the Center and its mission and domestic violence and sexual assault concerns ever present in the public eye.

Domestic Violence Perpetrator Program: Women’ Resource Center has been certified by the County of San Diego to provide perpetrator education programs since 1989. This 52-week Family Violence Intervention Program (FVIP) is designed to address domestic violence through education and therapy and to guide perpetrators toward non-violent, non-abusive methods of thought and action. Most of the attendees are in the program are there due to a Court Order giving them a choice of either attending the program or going to jail. Some of the attendees are self-enrolled, recognizing the fact that they have a problem with using violence in relationships.

In-Person Response Services

Sexual Assault Response Team (SART): As a part of the Center’s 24-hour crisis line operation, response personnel are “on call” at all times of the day and night. The Sexual Assault Response Team (SART) program is designed to provide emotional support and advocacy to sexual assault victims during the hospital “rape exam” questioning by law enforcement and beyond. When contacted by a law enforcement agency, a Women’s Resource Center advocate (staff or volunteer) responds immediately to the hospital facility.

Domestic Violence Response Teams (DVRT): The “Domestic Violence Response Teams” work in partnership with local law enforcement. A team will only respond to secure crime scenes where an officer is present on site. Their primary responsibility is to counsel and assist victims. After the advocate has completed the initial crisis intervention assessment with the victim, the advocate arranges to provide follow-up referral and resources provided at Women’s Resource Center’s office.

Volunteer Services

Friends of WRC: As an additional way of increasing community involvement, the “Friends of WRC” was established in 2004. A major emphasis of the Friends is to attract people in the community who have the energy, time and talents that can assist the Women’s Resource Center. It is a membership-based organization that offers support through fund raising projects and by donating volunteer service hours.

Program Volunteers: Women’s Resource Center has utilized the services of community volunteers in providing services to clients since 1978. Typically, there are approximately 140 volunteers. These volunteers undergo the “Domestic Violence Counselor” training, which is comprised of a total of 44 hours of in-house education.

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