- Overview of Organization and Services:
The mission of the Jeanne Geiger Crisis Center is to empower individuals and engage communities to end domestic violence.
free, comprehensive services that support adult and child survivors healing from the trauma of domestic abuse;
programs in schools that promote positive gender norms, teach skills for healthy relationships, and counter social patterns of violence that begin early in life; tools and strategies to reduce domestic violence homicides.
The team is comprised of 32 staff members who use evidence-based approaches to meet the complex needs of families in crisis due to domestic violence.
Since opening our doors in 1982, they have helped approximately 1,200 - 1,400 adults and children each year move from crisis to safety and long-term independence.
Survivor services include:
Advocacy and Support
The Children's Safety Project
The Family Safety Project
If you need other assistance, call our confidential hotline available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week at 978-388-1888.
- Additional Info:
How to Contact Us during COVID-19: Staff can be reached at (978) 834-9710 (Amesbury office) or (978) 989-9361 (Children’s Trauma Program), where you will be directed by an automatic greeting to leave a voicemail for the person you are trying to reach. Staff will then receive voicemails remotely within moments and will return your call. As always, our 24/7 Confidential Hotline is available: (978) 388-1888; (800) 439-0183 (TTY).
- Demographics Served:
Adults: 19+, Children: 12 and under, Families, Seniors: 60+, Youth: 13-18
- City/Towns Served:
Amesbury, Newbury (incl. Byfield), Newburyport, Rowley, Salisbury, West Newbury
- Types of Services Provided: