McLean County Coordinated Community Response Team: A coordinated, multi-disciplinary approach to addressing domestic violence in our community
Founded in 2016, the McLean County Coordinated Community Response Team (CCRT) is a multidisciplinary coalition of community partners who meet regularly to work towards the shared goals of system-wide offender accountability and increased safety for victims of domestic violence and their children and families.
We believe that by networking with each other, sharing concerns, identifying gaps, and keeping each other updated on legal developments, changes to agency personnel, procedures, and programming, we can better serve survivors of domestic violence and children who are exposed to violence in their homes.
Our mission statement:The McLean County Coordinated Community Response Team (CCRT) is committed to the reduction of domestic violence in our community by coordinating a consistent message and response to those offenses; promoting cooperation, coordination, and communication among the criminal justice and other community systems and service providers; creating a safe community environment for victims of abuse; and ensuring that abusers are held accountable for their illegal and abusive behavior.
If you are a victim of domestic violence:
- Call 911 immediately if you are in danger - Report abuse to your local police agency - Contact the courthouse Domestic Violence Unit for assistance with an Order of Protection - Call the 24-hour domestic violence hotline at (309) 827-7070
Questions about CCRT or interested in joining our team?
Contact Emily Young, McLean County CCRT Coordinator
(309) 888-5485 [email protected] Law and Justice Center 104 W. Front St., Room 605 Bloomington, IL 61701