The Crisis Center offers a holistic, multifaceted approach to victims' services, and our team developed The Crisis Center to operate based on evidence-based best practices for adult and child victims.
The Crisis Center began as a women’s shelter and domestic violence advocacy services, and we proudly continue to help men and women affected by family violence.Learn More
An American is sexually assaulted every 68 seconds. The Crisis Center provides the resources and advocacy that victims need to reclaim their freedom from fear.Learn More
The Crisis Center’s multidisciplinary CAC helps police, prosecutors, and guardians provide child victims with the resources they need to recover while minimizing the trauma of investigations.Learn More
The Crisis Center’s outreach program provides educational & informative resources for both adults and children. Topics range from identifying and preventing violence to safe online habits.Learn More
The Crisis Center is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that provides support, advocacy, and resources for the victims of family and sexual violence.
We were founded and funded in 1989 by members of the Jacksonville service league. The Center operated a small women’s shelter dedicated to helping the victims of domestic violence in Cherokee County.
Since then, our services have expanded to Anderson County and in 1997 we founded the Children’s Advocacy Center to help child victims of family violence, sexual abuse, and crime.
We operate two safehouses, two thrift stores, and a community outreach program thanks to generous donations and volunteers.
The Crisis Center’s operating budget is dependent on donations from everyday citizens and businesses throughout our area.Learn More
At The Crisis Center, volunteers are mission-critical, and we need everything from maintenance workers to office staff.Learn More
From fundraisers to community outreach events, The Crisis Center has something for children and adults.Learn More