The Women’s Coalition of
St. Croix provides advocacy, programs and services to end
all forms of violence and oppression by promoting equality
They implement their mission
in the community by providing crisis intervention services
and counseling for victims in both English and Spanish.
They train volunteers as advocates for victims in crisis,
provide a 24-hour, year-round advocate program to assist
men, women, and children victims of rape, domestic violence
and other violent crimes and conduct self-help support groups
for women and teen girls in the second stage of crisis and
adult survivors of incest.
They also provide temporary
safe housing, emergency aid, food and clothing to victims
and their children and conduct specialized training seminars
to sensitize police, hospital and social service personnel
to the needs of victims.
The Women's Coalition of
St. Croix offers referrals, advocacy and support for victims
involved with the hospitals and other community agencies
and provide community education and public speakers on the
subjects of domestic violence, rape, child molestation,
conflict resolution, date rape, and women’s health issues.
Coalition of St. Croix
33rd Annual Women's Race - June 4, 2017