• St. Louis, MO, U.S.A.

    After providing services to more than 230 survivors of sex trafficking (which is now more than 700) and operating multiple Refuge homes for victims worldwide, Crisis Aid was thrilled to open its first U.S.-based Refuge Home for American victims of sex trafficking in December 2012. In June 2015, we expanded the U.S. Refuge Home to serve minors separately from adults, enabling us to accept placements from state agencies. Since January 2013, we have provided services to more than 120 American victims of sex trafficking age 13-30 years old. We are now working to expand again to serve young mothers who have young children, which is an unmet need in our region.

    ARTICLE: Global Safe Campaign–700 Girls Rescued in 10 Years  (February 2017)

    The program incorporates a holistic approach of rehabilitation. Crisis Aid is working closely with federal and local law enforcement officials, Department of Family Services, Children’s Division, and other agencies to refer victims to our home.  The girls we serve are provided a safe loving home with their own bedroom.  They receive a variety of services and opportunities including basic care, professional counseling, medical and mental healthcare, dozens of life skills programs, educational opportunities, recreational activities, and more. We have developed partnerships with multiple community agencies to provide skilled services and offset our program expenses.

    Our U.S. Refuge Home has capacity to serve 22 girls; however our current budget limits us to serve no more than 8 clients at a time in this home. Will you help us serve more girls by donating monthly starting today?


  • Help us Stop Raising Victims!

    Crisis Aid would be happy to provide educational information regarding human trafficking that can be implemented at high schools, universities, churches and other events. We can also provide videos and photos for you to use as you work to bring awareness and prevention.  Crisis Aid will work with you to host a one-time event, a series of events, or a semester project.

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    ARTICLE: Global Safe Campaign–700 Girls Rescued in 10 Years  (February 2017)

    Newsletter Regarding U.S. Safe Home: REFUGE

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