The SCCRC Board of Directors is comprised of local community members dedicated to furthering the purpose and work of the Shoshone County Crisis & Resource Center. The Board of Directors meets monthly to develop SCCRC policy, manage our presence within the community, and establish and maintain important relationships with groups essential to supporting our mission. This is an exciting time to be a part of the SCCRC Board of Directors! If you are interested in learning more about what it means to be a member, please contact the SCCRC Executive Director Kellie Lavigne at 208.556.0500 or
It is our mission of Shoshone County Crisis and Resource Center to provide crisis intervention, advocacy services, and resources that empowers and promotes healthy and safe lives in Shoshone County.
Kellie Lavigne, Executive Director, is responsible for the day to day operations of the SCCRC. She is
overseen by an 8 member Board of Directors. Ms. Lavigne partners with local law enforcement, district
court, the medical community, and many county organizations to ensure that victims or survivors of
violent crimes receive the utmost level of service that is sought at the time. Ms. Lavigne returned to her
roots four (4) years ago and is committed to giving back to her home. She remains the "face of the
SCCRC" and plans to continue to advocate for "survivors" of violent crimes in Shoshone County.
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BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Shoshone County, Idaho, rests between two major mountain passes and parallels Interstate 90. Our
county covers 2,634 sq. miles and averages 5 people per square mile. The Shoshone County Crisis and
Resource Center was established in 1981 by a group of community members that recognized the need
for victim services for survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, stalking and other violent crimes in
the Shoshone County. Since then, we have grown from a grassroots organization to a nine (9) member
Board of Directors that employs an Executive Director/Victim Advocate, Office Manager/Victim
Advocate and a full time Victim Advocate. It is the mission of the Shoshone County Crisis and Resource
Center (SCCRC) to provide crisis intervention, advocacy services and resources that empowers and
promotes healthy and safe lives in Shoshone County.
Shoshone County Crisis and Resource Center