ENGLEWOOD, N.J.– Englewood's Women's Rights Information Center offers programs designed to empower women to be self-sufficient.
One of those programs is legal consultation.
"This offers an individual a chance to sit down with an attorney and seek advice," said Director Lillian “Lil” Corcoran.
The meetings, which take place in WRC's counseling room, are $10 and last 30 minutes.
The Center also offers Microsoft Office training, citizenship classes and ESL and negotiation workshops.
“There’s a lot of potential for more programs and to help more people,” Corcoran said. “It’s like an untapped reservoir of help. We have a really strong core of volunteers.
“We can’t provide every service but we can certainly point everyone in the right direction," she said.