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The Redwood: HVAC and WITT

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In a world that continually evolves towards gender equality, The Redwood has become
a pillar of support for women and their children escaping violence and abuse. The
Redwood shelter provides essential programs that empower women and their children
in many ways, helping them regain their independence, and among these in the Women
in Trades and Technology
are programs aimed at HVAC, technology, and construction
industries.

The women that The Redwood serves come from various backgrounds, united by their
shared dream of breaking free from the cycle of abuse and securing a brighter future for
themselves and their children. At the Redwood, we know that economic independence is key
for survivors to rebuild their lives and remain free from abuse and with this goal in mind, Women
in Trade and Technology was established to connect individuals who have been affected by
gender-based violence to get training and certification, and to help them thrive and empower
themselves and ultimately achieve economic independence.

The Redwood has made a profound difference in the lives of women fleeing partner
abuse. These women are not merely survivors; they are strong, empowered, and self-
reliant individuals who are forging their own paths. As they continue to break down
barriers in traditionally male-dominated fields, their success stories stand as a
testament to the resilience and determination of women seeking a better future. The
Redwood is not just a shelter; it’s a beacon of hope and empowerment, showing that
with the right support, women can achieve anything they set their minds to.
Participants value the sense of community the shelter provides. They find solace in the
camaraderie with other women who have faced similar challenges. The shelter is not
only a safe haven but a place to share stories and build friendships 

The success of these programs, however, lies in the voices and experiences of the
women who have participated. They have become living proof that women can excel in
traditionally male-dominated fields like the trades, serving as role models for their
children and inspiring others to follow suit. Their motivations and the impact these
programs have had on their lives and their families. Their abilities to stand even in their
darkest hours.

Here at The Redwood Women in Trade & Technology our HVAC Staffing participants
lean towards breaking the cycle of abuse, thriving towards financial stability and find
working in a male-dominated industry is rewarding! We at the Women in Trade &
Technology shatter stereotypes one step at a time.

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