Donate to BRCIC
Thank you for considering a donation to the Baton Rouge Crisis Intervention Center. Your donations will help sustain and continue our efforts to provide training and support services for crisis intervention. We take seriously our responsibilities to our donors; you can review the Donor Bill of Rights we follow.

Donate Online
You can make a one-time donation in one of the suggested amounts, or in whatever amount you wish. Click the appropriate link below.
Make a donation in any amount
Make a $250 donation
Make a $100 donation
Make a $50 donation

Make a Recurring Gift
You can provide ongoing support for BRCIC’s work by making a recurring donation in any amount you choose. Contact Patti Clement at BRCIC at 225-218-2611 or pclement@brcic.org.

Donate to The Garden
You can also contribute an inscribed brick, granite plaque, or special feature item by planting a brick in BRCIC’s Meditation and Memorial Garden. Click here for more information.

Donate by Check
If you prefer to make your donation by mail, you can send your check payable to BRCIC to:
Baton Rouge Crisis Intervention Center
3013 Old Forge Drive
Baton Rouge, La 70808

We will mail the receipt for your donation to the address on the check unless you specify another recipient/address.

Donations may be Tax-deductible
Chartered in 1974, the Baton Rouge Crisis Intervention Center is classified by the Internal Revenue Service as a 501(c)3 charitable organization. As such, donations to BRCIC are tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law. BRCIC is eligible to receive donations from Donor Advised Funds.
 
Please note: The BRCIC website is not intended to provide help in a crisis. If you are feeling suicidal or need help for yourself or someone you know, please consult IASP's Suicide Prevention Resources to find a crisis center anywhere in the world. In the US, call toll-free 1-800-273-TALK (8255) for a free suicide prevention service or visit SuicidePreventionLifeline.org.
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