“73% of male abusers were abused as children“
As the COVID-19 spreads we are being advised to practice social distancing, stay at home as much as possible and to observe curfew. For most of us our homes are the safest places to be in right now, however for survivors of domestic violence their homes are the most...read more
We all know someone who is experiencing violence. Last weekend’s situation at Coral Beach has attracted a great deal of attention on social media. As the Cayman Islands’ only women’s shelter, we are committed to combating any form of violence, especially to the most...read more
The Cayman Islands Crisis Centre (CICC) is has opened registration for the 5th Annual ‘A Walk In Her Shoes’ which will take place from 5:00pm on Thursday 5th March on Market Street at Camana Bay. In celebration of International Women’s Day, this event aims to raise...read more
Join the Cayman Islands Crisis Centre (CICC) as we kick off the festive season with the annual Jingle Bell 5K 10K Walk/Run on Sunday 1 December 2019. The much-anticipated event will begin and end at Holiday Inn, Safe Haven and to add to the festivities of the holiday...read more
Scotiabank Cayman Islands handed over CI$50,000 to the Cayman Islands Crisis Centre, representing funds raised from the 5th Annual Power of the Purse fundraiser held on March 22 at The Ritz-Carlton. “The objective of Power of the Purse was to create an opportunity to...read more
The Cayman Islands Crisis Centre (CICC), which provides safe shelter and support for a victims of domestic violence and their children, announces its collaboration with Mothers’ Union to host the fundraising event, Raise your Teacup. This event is an annual calendar...read more
The Cayman Islands Crisis Centre launched a new Kids Helpline pilot programme on 22 November, 2018, at the CICC’s Walk-in Centre, Estella’s Place.read more
Crisis Centre announces annual fun run and welcomes community members to register or participate as a sponsor.
Sunday December 9 2018 – Registration for the event on www.caymanactive.com/jingle. CI$25 pre-registration and CI$30 day of the event.
Taya Lounge (teens and young adults), a division of non-for-profit Cayman Islands Crisis Centre, is hosting an open house for the community on September 20th, 2018 to give prospective participants and families the opportunity to find out more about their services.read more
The Cayman Islands Crisis Centre (CICC) has launched a public awareness campaign to promote the shelter during the World Cup. Rotary Club of Grand Cayman has teamed up with the CICC with a donation of $1,000 to pay for the campaign.read more