CCWCC is doing some amazing things to better support survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, and victims of crime! We have grown an expanded so much in the last couple years, and we realize that we cannot sustain this growth without the help and support from our local...Read More
CCWCC has grown and expanded a lot this year with the addition of a Mobile Crisis Response Team and a Transitional Housing Program. With this expansion, CCWCC has recently opened a Community Outreach Center in an office space directly above Bulloch Drug Store, 95 N. Main, Suite 22. This is a public, offsite location from the emergency shelter to accept donations, provide non-shelter services, and conduct business/admin while better maintaining the confidentiality and safety of the shelter. With growth and expansion in providing FREE services, there comes the need for financial support from our local community.
With this campaign, we are planning on setting up levels of sponsorship and specify ways that you will be recognized for your donation. For now, until we get the details set up, please feel free to make a donation here on our website, and know that your donation is going to a great cause and will make a difference in someone’s life!
So far, we have received over $15,000 this year in donations, so we are more than half way there!Read More
The SUU Young Democrats are sponsoring the first annual Teal Ribbon 5K for Sexual Assault Awareness Month on April 16th! Come join us – run, walk, volunteer – speak out, speak up, help support a great cause. All proceeds will go to Canyon Creek Women’s Crisis Center. To register go to: www.facebook.com/SUUYoungDemocratsRead More
Love UT Give UT will bring together Utahns for 24-hours of unprecedented giving on March 22nd! It’s one extraordinary day to support over 250 non-profit organizations that make Utah special. And it’s your chance to make a real impact by adding your donations to thousands more. Every donation gives your favorite organization (CCWCC!) the chance to win matching grants and prizes. You love Utah. And our state’s nonprofits are one reason why. Join us on March 22nd and make a difference.
Click on this link below to visit our special page, learn more about what we do, and donate now!Read More
CCWCC has recently opened a Community Outreach Center in an office space directly above Bulloch Drug Store, 95 N. Main, Suite 22. This is a public, offsite location from the emergency shelter to accept donations, provide non-shelter services, and conduct business/admin while better maintaining the confidentiality and safety of the shelter. Cindy Baldwin, Executive Director, and Sheena Clark, Mobile Crisis Team Coordinator, have both moved their offices to this new space.
We are having an Open House, February 21, 2013 from 11:00am-4:00pm, and invite everyone from the community to come and learn more about the services we are offering to our community. There will be food and door prizes, so come and check out our new space that we are so excited about!
Training for faith leaders about responding to domestic violence
For: All individuals working with adults and/ or youth (multi-denominational)
Date: Thursday, January 17, 2013
Time: Sign-in 6:40-7:00 p.m. Presentation begins promptly at 7.
Location: Paiute Tribal Gymnasium, 440 N. Paiute Drive*
Presented By: Utah Domestic Violence Council
Sponsors: Iron County Domestic Violence Coalition, Paiute Indian Tribe of Utah
Participants will receive timely information on
* Dynamics of Domestic Violence
* Responsibilities of Faith Leaders
* Creating a Safe Haven
* Responding to Teen Violence
Domestic Violence is a public health issue prevalent in our community. For every reported case of domestic abuse, many more go unreported. Faith Leaders are often the first persons to whom individuals in need turn for guidance and support. Accurate information and appropriate intervention are essential!!!
Please RSVP by Jan. 10, 2013 to Gwen Chartom (590-2374) or Maureen Einfeldt (590-8713)
*At the intersection of Main Street and 200 North, continue east on 200 North for two blocks. At Veteran’s Park, turn left and drive up over the overpass. As you go down the overpass and BEFORE you reach the bottom, turn left on Paiute Drive. The Tribal Buildings will be on the right after a distance of about three blocks.Read More
Jocelyn Barnes received a plaque of recognition for her selfless dedication and service to the Canyon Creek Women’s Crisis Center. She recently resigned from the Board of Directors after 14 years of service (1998-2012). She served as the Treasurer, and helped the organization through a lot of change and transition over the years. Thank you Jocelyn for all that you have done for CCWCC!Read More