at 2100 N Stevens St, El Paso, 79930 United States
Child abuse and neglect prevention non-profit serving El Paso and Fort Bliss.
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Thank you for making 2017 yet another remarkable year for The Child Crisis Center of El Paso!
This year marks another year of us providing services to families and children in our community and surrounding area who may be experiencing a crisis.
Our dedicated staff has done an incredible job at expanding our outreach while strengthening our prevention programs and services.
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The Child Crisis Center of El Paso’s (CCCEP) main program is the Circle of Love Nursery and Children’s Shelter, which provides 24/7 emergency shelter for up to 31 children, ages newborn through 13 years for families experiencing a crisis.
Services may include critical need for parental stress relief, parent/sibling hospitalization, an incarcerated parent, a parent being admitted into an alcohol/drug rehabilitation program, homelessness, deportation, a temporary Child Protective Placement (CPS), and/or utilities disconnect.
We offer families the support needed to stabilize their immediate situation, as well as their lives as a whole to prevent the situation from occurring again.
In addition to the emergency shelter, the Child Crisis Center offers a range of programs meant to assist the families of El Paso.
Teen Talk offers the youth of El Paso topics ranging from health relationships to discussions about sexuality taught by experience health educators and are assisted by Peer Educators, who are teenage parents themselves.
The Child Crisis Center hosts an award-winning Fatherhood program that delivers weekly fatherhood classes that empower fathers to be the fathers that their families deserve.
The curriculum is delivered in both English and Spanish and is held at locations throughout the city including schools, community centers and prisons.
Due to the proximity of Ft. Bliss, the Child Crisis Center has a deep connection to the post through its MFVPP Program (Military Families and Veterans Prevention Program).
This program is offered to active duty and veterans alike, regardless of branch of service, and their families.
They are offered parenting classes, special topics classes and monetary assistance in some cases.
Lastly, the HOPES Program is available for El Paso families with children ages 0-5.
This program is a collaboration between the Child Crisis Center, El Paso Center for Children, Avance, Paso Del Norte Children’s Development Center and the United Way.
The Child Crisis Center provides wrap care to the families and assists them with any issues that may be facing them.