Our Mission

YCC Family Crisis Center aims to save and change lives by working to prevent and alleviate domestic violence, sexual assault and homelessness by providing safety, services and resources.

Need Help?

We provide support and services 24/7 to individuals who are experiencing domestic violence or sexual assault.

Free 24/7 Crisis Line
801-392-7273

Want to Help?

Please join us in our efforts to make Utah not only the best place to raise a family but the safest. Separately we can do many good things — together we can make miracles happen!!

Support YCC Family Crisis Center through the purchase of these beautiful greeting cards created by the children of YCC.

5 pack of cards for $25.00

Please complete the link to the form below to purchase this amazing collection.

“I did not have boundaries. My boundaries were made by my husband. Now I set them. I can tell people when I am done. I can tell people no! I can tell people yes. I can decide for myself. I get to decide for myself and no one has the right to make me feel bad about my decision. It is mine to make! It is so good to know this. I feel so grateful for this knowledge.”

“I feel supported by the teachers and people at the YCC (before coming here I felt I had no support, no one standing with me). I have learned so much and it has given me strength and hope to face this darkness in my life, and feel that I can be free of the pain and abuse. I see hope that I can have a life where I am safe, where I feel love.”

“I do not know what I would have done without the shelter. The staff is wonderful and kind. They listened when my heart was wounded and helped me heal.”

“The classes at YCC have helped me to see clearly through the fog of confusion I have been living in for the past 20 years. It has helped me to put words to what I have been experiencing, something I have not been able to explain until now. It is very empowering to talk with others who have gone through what I have. I realized I wasn’t alone, and that there were people who understood what I had gone through, and was going through, people who could help me extricate myself from a place I didn’t know how to find my way out of.”

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