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In response to the urgent needs created by the Covid-19 Virus, Crisis Aid  EXPANDED its current food programs. We expanded by working alongside local leaders, schools, churches, and senior living homes through strategic partners. Your COMMUNITY HELPING COMMUNITY program is making a difference.

This opportunity allowed us to equip members of the community with the power to help each other. Together, we are providing supplemental food to those in need.  Those wanting to make a difference now have a place to drop off food that will help others.  Still, more now have a resource to provide food for their neighbors, friends, and whole communities.

Together, saving lives, saving souls, and changing futures.

Crisis Aid is one of few organizations in the world to have a physical, full-time presence in a police department to support victims of sex trafficking Today.

Thousands of women and children have their innocence, their bodies, their spirit, their hope, their families, sometimes even their lives ripped away from them, daily. This horror sounds so heinous that most of us can’t imagine that this could happen here in the United States. This is the reality of what children and adult sex trafficking victims are experiencing in communities across the U.S. right now.

Our first safe home in the United States called the Refuge Home opened in December of 2012 in Missouri and was the very first holistic home and safe haven specifically for American female survivors of sex trafficking.

C.A.P.P. is a revolutionary new collaborative initiative that focuses on reaching children at risk for sex trafficking or other forms of child sexual abuse. C.A.P.P. provides advocacy, resources, and support to children and families identified in internet/electronics-related crimes against children and human trafficking investigations. C.A.P.P. provides tools such as assistance accessing Internet Safety Education (ISE) programs to help parents of children engaged in high-risk sexual activities online, activities that leave them vulnerable to trafficking or other forms of sexual abuse.

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