2009 ISLAMIC CRISIS CALL CENTRE, Durban , South Africa .

We do NOT pay Rentals, Electricity and Water

Bills, or Assist with Groceries/Hampers.

CONFUSED ?  ABUSED ?  ALONE ?  DRUG ABUSE ?  FRIGHTENED ?  

You don't have to be...

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ISLAMIC CRISIS CALL CENTRE is a non-profitable organisation that believes in challenging power imbalances in society on which Abused Women, Drug Abuse, marital  and Crisis situations are based.

 

We seek to confront and prevent violence and empower survivors through working with individuals, communities and other social structures in order to provide accessible services. Please contact us for advice or assistance. We can be reached by phone or e-mail.

ISLAMIC CRISIS CALL CENTRE is a non-profitable organisation that believes in challenging power imbalances in society on which Abused Women, Drug Abuse, marital  and Crisis situations are based.

24 hours

7 days a week

"It’s our duty to serve you"

Helping the People Beyond the Pain.

YOU ARE  NOT ALONE !

HELP IS JUST A CALL AWAY

ALL HOURS

* Marital Discord/ Disputes

*  Drug/Alcohol/Substance Abuse

*  Symptoms of Depression

* Family Mediation, Reconciliation and Arbitration

*  Pre-Marital/ Post Marital Counselling

*  HIV/Aid Trauma Counselling

*  Desk for Abused Women/Children/Men/Elderly

* Attending to Crisis Situations within The Community

*  Weekly Classes/course on:  Ghusal for Mayyit, Male/Female

Statistics on Violence

CLICK HERE

We want to help! We know that you are facing perhaps the greatest personal crisis of your life. You don't have to face it alone. At  ISLAMIC CRISIS CALL CENTRE  there is someone waiting to help you no matter what your circumstances are.

 

We offer a variety of services that are geared towards helping you. You are our primary concern and priority.

031 823 7867 or  072 011 7861

An anti-drug campaign  shows disturbing before and after photos of drug users’ faces  VIEW HERE

If after thoughtful observation, you believe a child in your community is being abused or neglected, DO NOT try to confront the parent or get involved.

 

The very best thing you can do is report your suspicions to the appropriate professionals.  You can contact your local child services agency or police department.  Alternately, you can also call the Crisis Centre Hotline at 072 011 7861 

This is "ABUSE"  NOT Discipline

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