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Kane County Guide

A Guide to Services in Kane County

Full Resource Name:

Community Crisis Center - Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Services

PO Box 1390
Elgin, IL 60121-1390

(847) 697-2380


The Community Crisis Center (CCC) provides comprehensive emergency services to individuals and families dealing with domestic violence and sexual assault. **24 hour Domestic Violence, Sexual Assault and General Crisis Hotline with information and referral **Emergency shelter and case management for women and their children dealing with domestic violence **For both Domestic Violence victims and Sexual Assault victims, services include counseling, support groups, and medical and legal advocacy for victims and their families. Counseling and group services for domestic violence and sexual assault victims offered at satellite offices in Streamwood and Lily Lake. **Children's groups and counseling for children in shelter or receiving other services ** Community education/prevention on domestic violence and sexual assault, including teen dating abuse. **The Community Crisis Center is a member of the Illinois Coalition Against Domestic Violence, and the Illinois Coalition Against Sexual Assault.

Primary Services:

General Information


Hotline: 24 hours 7 days per week; Office: 8:00 am-4:00 pm Monday-Friday

Intake Process:

Call the Crisis Hotline to discuss your needs or to make an appointment.

Program Fees:

No fees for services, except for Abuse Intervention Program, which has a sliding scale.


English, Spanish, interpreters for other languages


** Shelter - homeless or abused women and their dependent children ** Domestic Violence, and Sexual Assault Programs - victims and their families/friends ** Emergency services - individuals and families facing homelessness or other financial crises

Handicap Accessible?


Is Shelter?


Shelter Requirements:

Women and their dependent children (boys up to age 12) who are homeless or fleeing domestic violence.

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