Mission Statement: 

The Family Crisis Center promotes and provides safety to survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault while engaging the community.


The Family Crisis Center is a public non-profit agency incorporated in February of 1987. We began as an effort to bring services closer to our local communities.


We provide information and education to Madison, Fremont, Jefferson, and Clark County residents to reduce the number of incidents of domestic violence and sexual assault. We currently have a comprehensive information and referral network of community resources for survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault. We operate under a Board of Directors with diverse backgrounds, education, and skills. They meet once a month to guide and oversee the staff.


Program services include a 24-hour crisis line, shelter, crisis intervention services, immediate on-scene intervention with Law Enforcement, referral to emergency medical services, and legal advocacy. We also provide weekly women’s support groups, weekly children’s support group, individual counseling resources and referral, community education and public awareness, and a community food bank and thrift store.



Year Established


Food Boxes Distributed in 2017


Clients Served
in 2019


Shelter Bed Nights in 2019


Our first priority is always assisting survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault.

All our services are available at no cost to our clients. 

We serve clients in Jefferson, Madison, Fremont, and Clark Counties and surrounding areas. While we honor client confidentiality and encourage autonomy, we are required to report: child abuse, danger to self, and danger to others. We recognize not all abuse is criminal, but we serve all survivors of any type of abuse. We understand that domestic violence and sexual assault can happen to anyone, regardless of age, gender, ethnic background, economic background, orientation, or religion. Anyone in need of help is welcome to our services.

We provide the following services:


  • 24-hour crisis line

  • Immediate response

  • Emotional advocacy and follow up support

  • Safe shelter

  • Legal and court advocacy

  • Support groups*

  • Counseling

  • Information and referral

  • Community education

  • Public awareness

  • Book lending library

  • Foodbank

  • Thrift store

*Our Domestic Violence Support Group is available for women who have experienced domestic violence and is held on Thursdays from 6-7:30 p.m. currently held on zoom. (Please call for meeting invite). 

Our Sexual Assault Support Group is held weekly, on Tuesdays in-person from 5:30-7p.m. at the Family Crisis Center. This support group is open to anyone in the community and is free of charge. A second Sexual Assault Support group is held on zoom starting at 7:15 p.m. please call for a meeting invite. 

If you have any questions please call the Family Crisis Center at 208-356-0065.










We are so grateful for the support we receive from individuals, businesses and organizations in the 4 counties we service. Our partners assist us in so many ways, from donations, to volunteer hours, to sharing important information about our agency. We always welcome new partners.


At the Family Crisis Center, we are constantly working to expand our services and work with our community to combat domestic violence, sexual assault and stalking. We're excited to share with you our latest updates in our fight for the survivors of violent crime. 



El Centro de Crisis Familiar tiene defensores de habla hispana para las víctimas de violencia doméstica, agresión sexual y acecho. Su confidencialidad es muy importante para nosotros. Para acceder a nuestros servicios, envíe un correo electrónico a catalinah@familycrisiscenter.info o nahiomia@familycrisiscenter.info o llame al 208.356.0065 y pregunte por Catalina o Nahiomi.



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To reach our Director, Meegan Littlefield, please email her at meeganl@familycrisiscenter.info

To reach our Associate Director, Nahiomi Aponte, email her at nahiomia@familycrisiscenter.info


For questions about volunteering, donations, food bank or thrift store please contact Kristy Bradshaw our Victims Needs Coordinator at kristyb@familycrisiscenter.info

To reach our Advocate Coordinator, Catalina Hall, please email her at Catalinah@familycrisiscenter.info.

To reach our Internship Coordinator, Marie Harris, please email her at marieh@familycrisiscenter.info


Monday-Thursday 8 AM-4:30 PM 

Friday 8 AM-2 PM


Thrift Store:

Monday-Thursday 10 AM-3 PM

Friday 10 AM-2 PM


Food Bank:

Available to residents of Madison County

Friday 12-1 PM

Senior Citizens Wednesday 11:30-12

Family Crisis Center

16 E Main St

Rexburg, ID 83440



Tel: 208.356.0065

Fax: 208.356.0717

If you have an emergency, please call 911. 
24-hour Hotline: 208.356.0065