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The Crisis Aid House of Hope Refuge Home, built on faith-based principles, offers services ranging from emergency assistance to transitional living.

Help prevent sexual exploitation and trafficking.

In 2021, 10,359 situations of human trafficking were reported to the U.S. National Human Trafficking Hotline involving 16,554 individual victims. Shocking as these numbers are, they are likely only a fraction of the actual problem.

Both federal and local experts have expressed a great need for early intervention and residential services for those desperately trying to escape. Crisis Aid’s US Safe Initiative address both.

The Crisis Aid House of Hope (HOH) Refuge Home is a direct response to the need for residential services. The HOH Home, built on faith-based principles, offers services ranging from emergency assistance to transitional living. This 20,000 square foot home is a beautiful, state-of-the-art facility that provides a warm healing environment for up to 20 trafficked girls and young women.

The Crisis Aid Child Anti-Exloitation (CAP) Program is a ground-breaking initiative between law enforcement and other first responders that targets children at risk for sexual abuse, exploitation, and trafficking. It addresses gaps in prevention and early intervention, providing immediate and ongoing resources to police officers, children at risk and their families.

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2022 Gratitude Report

Learn about all the ways your generosity has made an immeasurable impact over the last twenty years.

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Lifeline: Winning The War on Sex Trafficking

Read the March, 2024 edition of the U.S, Safe Newsletter from Crisis Aid International.

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You can help these precious children

The Crisis Aid House of Hope Refuge Home, built on faith-based principles, offers services ranging from emergency assistance to transitional living.

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Stories

Amy

Amy was identified by law enforcement as a teen victim of child sexual abuse and, upon further investigation, being trafficked. At the police department, she was nervous, scared and felt completely alone.

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Jasmine

Jasmine was a 13-year-old girl when she joined our CAP program. She was severely neglected, and child sexual abuse of other family members was already happening in her home, putting her at risk of abuse and being trafficked.

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Alaina

Alaina was 13 when she came into the St. Louis Refuge Home. Our local law enforcement partners had responded to a tip that a young girl was being trafficked. Later that night, Alaina was rescued from a hotel.

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