About Cayman Islands Crisis Centre (CICC)
All services are confidential. The Cayman Islands Crisis Centre carries out its mission by providing safe shelter for abused men, women and their children, a 24-hour toll free crisis line, teen and young adults afterschool programme for at-risk youth, a walk-in centre for all victims of domestic violence and ongoing supports and services with the Cayman Islands community. The Crisis Centre provides: 24/7 emergency shelter, Children and Youth Programme, Outreach Programme, Aftercare Programme, case management, individual and group counselling, support groups, risk assessment, safety planning, advocacy and referral services: including legal advice, legal aid, social services, family support, employment services and substance abuse services.
Their Kids Helpline is a free helpline service for children and young adults up to the age of 18. It is a private service which will safeguard and protect the rights of a child. This service is available Monday to Friday from 10am - 6pm.
24-hour Crisis Line: (345) 943 CICC (2422)
Kids Helpline: (345) 649 KIDS (5437)
Toll Free Number: 1 800 534 2422
Fax: (345) 949 0124
PO Box 10454, Grand Cayman KY1-1004
This charitable organisation operates on a strictly confidential basis and provides guidance and crisis counselling for women and children who are victims of domestic violence.
This is a Teens And Young Adults domestic abuse prevention and awareness programme. Its primary purpose is to end the generational cycle of abuse. The programme consists of individual sessions, group sessions tailored to the community (e.g., schools, youth groups, churches) and awareness campaigns (presentations and workshops), to give youth the tools to build healthy relationships, identify unhealthy relationships, prevent teen dating abuse, domestic abuse and its long-lasting harmful effect on individuals and their communities. It also helps to develop resilience, coping skills and finding effective ways to conflict resolution.
The Cayman Island Crisis Centre survive on personal and corporate donations. They assists hundreds of people each year with their programmes and through their work, they expect to have prevented just as many domestic violence cases from happening.
If you would like to make a general donation which goes towards their daily operations and all programmes and services they deliver to the Cayman community, you may do so via online bank transfer, cheque or cash. Cheques can be made payable to Cayman Islands Crisis Center and cash donations can be dropped off at Estella’s Place, 2nd floor, Crown Square, Eastern Avenue (online bank transfer and cheque preferred).
Online Banking Details:
Bank of Butterfield Cayman
Account Name: Cayman Islands Crisis Centre
CI account: 1361629840014
US account: 8401629840037
They also accept in-kind donations such as: clothing, furniture, appliances, office supplies, toiletries, cleaning products, food, toys and baby items.
These items can be dropped off at their warehouse on Tuesdays between 12pm and 1pm.
226 Dorcy Drive, Industrial Park, (across from Brand Source Store).