Neighbor to Neighbor Abilene is an “encouraging and safe environment for women of all walks of life” who live within Abilene and Dickinson county.
Simply stated, this means any woman, any age, from any walk of life, who lives within Dickinson County is welcome to come to Neighbor to Neighbor Abilene at 803 N. Cedar St., Abilene, anytime Mon., through Fri., between 9:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m., and join in whatever is taking place, for any length of time at no cost to the woman.
Lunch is available, as are laundry and shower facilities, child care, and wi-fi.
We prepare and circulate a monthly calendar; included are late afternoon and eve. programs.
Children 9 yr. and older are welcome to participate in the cooking, crafts, art, sewing and information sessions alongside the custodial adult who accompanies the child. Child care is available for younger children as long as the custodial adult remains on site.
Safe environment, however, does not include overnight housing.
We provide round trip bus vouchers between Mon. to Fri., 7:50 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. for persons who live within 6 miles of the Abilene city limits through Neighbor Express.
In addition, we have local volunteers who have passed a background check who provide round trip transportation, up to 50 miles (one-way) from Abilene, for residents living in Dickinson County for appointments and commitments. 24-hour notice is requested. For assistance, call: 785.200.6750 for either Neighbor Express bus vouchers, or Neighbor Express extended transportation.
Plan to visit our booths in the upcoming local fests during June in: Solomon—June 2; the Community Baby Shower—June 28; and in Enterprise—June 30.
For questions, more information, interest in volunteering and/or participating–
Follow us on: Facebook— Neighbor to Neighbor Abilene;
Contact us: via Messenger;
text: 785.342.1692; 785.200.6750; or
- NtoN-Abilene is a not-for-profit organization
- which is supported by grants, financial and in-kind donations;
- a Board of Directors, volunteers and guests.
- NtoN-Abilene is a place where women of all walks of life, with or without children, can find mutual support in an encouraging and safe environment.
Take care of yourself.
Take care of each other.
Take care of this place.