• “Its so hard to be a woman here sometimes. Its nice to know that somebody cares about us."



Receiving casework counseling.


  • “I have learned so much from you. And you really made me think about things in a new way. Before this, I thought it was normal to be afraid that my employer might rape me. Now I know there is something we can do about it, and somewhere I can turn if I need help."



Immigrant woman in the Gulf, learning about sexual abuse.

Women's care

  • Sensitivity training for working with survivors of domestic and sexual violence (DSV) for medical professionals and community leaders.
  • Development and implementation of hospital-based DSV crisis response programs for new interested hospitals. 
  • Workplace sensitivity and sexual harassment awareness workshops.
  • Community based referral services for survivors of DSV.
  • Individual life coaching for all women looking to make positive improvements throughout different areas of their life, from fitness and wellness, to relationships to professional areas.. 

Additional Services

Our vision

Women's Crisis Care International

3844 7588

  Helpline Hours:  24/7 

Office hours: Weekdays from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm, or by appointment. 

Call/text 3844 7807 to schedule. Closed for Bahraini public holidays.

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  • WCCI operates the first and only domestic and sexual violence crisis intervention program in the Middle East.  We do so by collaborating with American Mission Hospital in Manama. 
  • WCCI operates the first and only 24/7 abuse HELPLINE for women in Bahrain. 3844 7588
  • WCCI operates an office based case work counseling program for medium and long term support. 
  • WCCI works to promote community awareness and education. 

In the news... From the WCCI blog


  • “I'm so proud of what you have done, in such a short time. Women's Crisis Care International could really have a positive effect throughout the world."


Dr. Mohamed Mukhtar,

University of Bahrain

Women around the world face physical and sexual abuse. It cuts across ethnicity, geography, financial and social class. In its aftermath, there may be nothing of greater importance than to offer support and kindness to the survivor. 

Our vision is to be a global leader in the promotion of effective crisis response care for survivors of domestic and sexual violence, as well as in providing counseling for survivors, thereby promoting the overall empowerment of women around the world.