Our Crisis 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 our trained domestic violence counselors please call us at:
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; counseling. 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.
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, we 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. Our highly specialized, master’s degree-level therapist helps to stabilize clients’ lives, ensure safety and provide guidance toward a violence-free future.
Our 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.
Our 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.