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The Children’s Crisis Center of Stanislaus County provides 24-hour emergency shelter and childcare services to children from birth to 17 years of age.

Our mission is to provide child abuse prevention, intervention and shelter services to abused, neglected and high-risk children in Stanislaus County.

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COVID-19 Update  – As authorized by the State of California Executive Order on April 7, 2020, the Children’s Crisis Center will remain open and fully operational during the State of Emergency to provide childcare services to children who are receiving child protective services or who have been deemed to be at risk of abuse, neglect or exploitation; families experiencing homelessness; children of domestic violence survivors; and children of Essential Service Workers.

Respite Childcare Shelter

Five children’s shelters, operating  in Modesto, Ceres, Oakdale and Turlock, are open to abused, neglected and high risk children providing an opportunity for children to separate from their parents during family crisis.  During the COVID-19 pandemic, Respite Childcare services are also available free of charge to children of Essential Service Workers.

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Case Management

Case Managers work with troubled parents, offering guidance to help them overcome situational factors, socioeconomic barriers, and other influences impacting their family and inhibiting their ability to create safe environments for their children.

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FamilyLINE

“Phone line” crisis counseling and information is available 24 hours per day, 7 days per week, with a focus on immediate problem solving, and crisis resolution.  Trained crisis counselors listen with empathy as they help callers to prioritize their most critical family needs.

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Families are served annually
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Children are served annually
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Children receive respite shelter services daily
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New families (about 80 children) are referred monthly

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