THE COMMUNITY CRISIS CENTER
The Community Crisis Center, located in Elgin, Illinois, was founded in 1975 by a group of dedicated volunteers to help those in crisis due to domestic violence, sexual assault, or economic circumstances. We offer the following services: a 24-hour crisis hotline and information and referral; emergency shelter; individual and group counseling; medical, legal and welfare advocacy; emergency assistance with food, clothing, rent and utilities; and transitional housing. 6,275 individuals, including 593 children, received services in FY 2008. Our staff worked with 1,539 victims of domestic violence and 372 child witnesses to domestic violence. We provided 11,325 nights of emergency shelter to 308 women and 295 children. Except for our Batterer Intervention program, all services are provided at no cost to our clients.
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- Domestic Violence Click Here
- Sexual Assault Click Here
- Children's Services Click Here
- Batterer Intervention Click Here
- Economic Crisis Click Here
- Homelessness Click Here
- Crisis Hotline and Information/Referal Click Here
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