Phoenix Crisis Center Hotline is operational 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
If you need shelter, referrals, safety planning or simply want to talk to one of their trained domestic violence counselors please call them at: 618-451-1008
Phoenix Crisis Center is a non-profit agency that serves victims of domestic violence,
- 24 hour crisis hotline
- temporary emergency shelter (women & their children)
- legal advocacy
All services are provided at no charge.
Donations of cleaning supplies, bed pillows, paper products (toilet paper, paper towels, paper plates, etc.); office supplies (copy paper, paper clips, highlighters, black sharpies, black ink pens) are always welcome & needed!
Call 618-451-1118 to arrange for drop off.
Services 24 Hour Crisis Hotline:
- Trained advocates are available in urgent and emergency situations to assist with, and provide for, victims' immediate safety, shelter and supportive needs.
This service is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
- The shelter offers a caring and non-threatening refuge where residents can be safe, find support, and use goal-setting techniques to plan for the future.
Information, Advocacy and Referral:
- Through an established network of social agencies and private practitioners, they are able to provide referral and assistance for victims with legal, medical, vocational, housing, financial and educational concerns.
- Phoenix Crisis Center offers individual therapy free of charge to adults who have experienced abuse.
- Their highly specialized, master’s degree-level therapist helps to stabilize clients’ lives, ensure safety and provide guidance toward a violence-free future.
- Their legal advocates are trained in assisting with orders of protection and no stalking orders.
- They also help to guide victims through the legal process as well as giving emotional support and presence in the courtroom.
- Court accompaniment is also available.
- Their advocates are available for both confidential telephone and in person support sessions.
- The Empowerment Support Groups provide support and education for victims and survivors of domestic violence.
- Programs are available for groups, schools, and professional service agencies.
- Public events are also planned throughout the year.