Five St. Louis Crisis nurseries open for children displaced by storms

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ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI) – The St. Louis Crisis Nursery is offering its services to any families with children who were affected by Thursday morning’s storms.

Any children ages birth to 12 will receive free meals, snacks, clothing and shoes, and other services.

Families can also request free food and household hygiene items.  Anyone in need of emergency assistance should contact the Crisis Nursery at 314-768-3201 for immediate assistance.

“All of our services and resources are available to every area family—regardless of your socioeconomic status,” said Crisis Nursery CEO DiAnne Mueller. “If you’ve been impacted by today’s weather and need help keeping your children safe, please let us be your good neighbor.”

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