Who We Are

The current Main Office of Canyon Creek Services, located at 297 N Cove Drive in Cedar City. Fondly known as "The Cabin".

Canyon Creek Services was born in 1994 when a group of dedicated community members and stakeholders came together to build a shelter for women and children fleeing domestic violence. In 1996, Canyon Creek Women's Crisis Center was granted 501c3 status, the shelter was dedicated and the agency began to provide life saving services to our community. Since then, Canyon Creek has grown to become a comprehensive community-based advocacy organization that addresses domestic violence and sexual assault in Beaver, Iron and Garfield counties. As our organization has grown and evolved throughout the years, we have become a well-known and respected community resource. 


Canyon Creek Services is home to 5 departments; Administration, Survivor Services, Community Development and Engagement, Shelter Services, and Awareness & Prevention. Each department is overseen by a Director that serves on the organizational Leadership Team under the supervision of the Executive Director. As a non-profit organization, the organization is governed by a Board of Directors that consists of community stakeholders who are passionate about making our vision a reality. CCS adheres to all financial and operational best practices and ensures compliance with all reporting and transparency requirements. For more information about our organization's finances as well as grant contracts and reporting, please visit the Financials page or contact business@canyoncreekservices.org.


As a community based non-profit advocacy organization that serves Beaver, Iron and Garfield counties, CCS provides free, confidential and comprehensive services to survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault and also engages in community education and prevention programming to achieve our vision of “Communities Free of Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault”. We serve all survivors of domestic violence and/or sexual assault regardless of gender, age, sexual orientation or any other identity. CCS provides both immediate crisis and long-term, supportive advocacy services. For more information about the services we provide or to access support for yourself or someone you know, visit our Help for Survivors page or contact our 24 hour hotline at 435-233-5732.


At CCS, we are striving to become as well known for our prevention services as we are for the services we provide to survivors. We are actively working to address the reasons why domestic and sexual violence are happening in the first place in the communities we serve through implementing evidence-based, primary prevention programming. Visit the Prevent Violence page or contact prevention@canyoncreekservices.org to learn more about the work of our Awareness & Prevention Department and how you can help us create 'Communities Free of Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault."


Community support is absolutely critical to the success of CCS. Individuals, families, businesses, groups and organizations are always invited to get involved at CCS through financial and in-kind donations as well as organizing fundraisers or donation drives. For more information on how you can help, please visit our Donate page or contact trish@canyoncreekservices.org. CCS also has many opportunities for service through our volunteering and internship programs. For more information or to apply to volunteer, visit our Volunteer page or email volunteer@canyoncreekservices.org.

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