Helping Those In Need, 24/7/365 The Women’s Coalition of St. Croix’s mission is to provide advocacy, programs and services to end all forms of violence and oppression by promoting equality for all. WCSC operates a crisis center, an emergency shelter for battered women and their children, a transitional housing program for survivors and their children, a children’s center for education programs and a community-supported thrift store. We are a multicultural, grassroots organization providing care and advocacy for crime victims and survivors. Our 24-hour crisis intervention services are available 7 days a week, 365 days a year. Check our website for » Read more about: Women’s Coalition of St. Croix »
St. Croix’s premier air ambulance membership. Serving the U.S. Virgin Island community, SkyMed makes it easy to enroll members for our “peace of mind” travel services. In the event of a critical medical emergency whether at home or while traveling, we will transport you to Puerto Rico, Florida or the mainland USA via a private medically-equipped and staffed air ambulance. When time is of the essence, don’t let financial considerations determine your level of care (annual or monthly payments available). Visit our website to read testimonials on the great service we offer, not only saving lives, but out of pocket » Read more about: SkyMed »
Clinic Style Facility Providing a List of Services! Charles Harwood Memorial Hospital is a “clinic” style facility where people can obtain certificates of birth and death, perform lab tests, and a variety of other services that one does not need to go to a full-service hopsital for. At one time, Charles Harwood was the only hospital on St. Croix, until the Gov. Juan Luis Hospital was built. Please call the main directory line for a list of services.
Quality Health Care Services! The mission of the Governor Juan F. Luis Hospital and Medical Center is to deliver quality health care services to the people of St. Croix. St. Croix’s only hospital provides round-the-clock emergency room care, including advanced cardiac treatment. Some very serious illnesses require an airlift to hospitals in Puerto Rico or the United States mainland. While you can be treated at the emergency room for minor illnesses such as the flu or colds, a better course of action would be to ask your hotel staff whom they recommend as a physician. The hospital holds national accreditation » Read more about: Governor Juan F. Luis Hospital & Medical Center »