Crisis Nursery

The Saint Louis Crisis Nursery was established in 1984 where the vision to provide 24 hours of service to prevent child abuse/neglect and provide emergency intervention, respite care and support to families in crisis.  The Coalition of 100 Black Women joined the collaborative effort in February of 1986.

We are committed to providing educational resources to assist in structuring programs for children, training staff, participating on the Saint Louis Crisis Nursery’s Board of Directors and developing a referral system.  The staff and volunteers are dedicated to providing short-term care and advocacy for children, sharing resources for families and proving outreach and awareness about the ongoing services.

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