If you are in immediate danger CALL 911
CRISIS CENTER INTERNET SAFETY WARNING:
Communication over the Internet is not confidential and can be traced. For more
information about Internet safety click here.
24-Hour Domestic Violence Hotline
CCSS is the proud recipient of the 2001 President’s Community Service Award and has been nationally recognized by the President of the United States for outstanding volunteer service.
The Crisis Center could not operate as it does today without the dedication of our over 300 volunteers who work on the crisis hotline, at our Neat Repeats Resale Shop, or in one of numerous other volunteer opportunities. Unselfishly, our volunteers give of their time, talent and compassion to help the staff and clients of the Crisis Center.
Help make a difference in someone’s life by being a volunteer for the Crisis Center. You can choose from a variety of fulfilling and flexible programs, in which you can determine your own level of commitment. Join our dedicated team of volunteers in one of the following programs:
Call Volunteer Coordinator Lisa Blair at (708) 429-7255 ext. 124
for more information on becoming a volunteer.
You may click HERE to download the Volunteer Application form.
The Crisis Center for South Suburbia offers a state approved Domestic Violence 40-hour Training program. The training is offered two times per year and includes a wide range of topics and discussion. Upon completion of the program participants have a comprehensive understanding of domestic violence. Police departments, school districts, faith communities and other social service agencies are encouraged to attend.
The date for our upcoming 40-Hour training program will be announced soon.
Fees: $150 Students: $75