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    In 2015, 57% of our girls had no funding source. This means The Covering House covered 100% of the therapeutic, educational, medical and personal care for the majority of the girls in our long-term therapeutic home. As you can imagine, those costs add up quickly. Click the photo to donate today.
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    Will you help Cover 13? Cover 13 is a commitment of just 13 dollars a month that will show our girls that they have worth far beyond any price that was paid by the ones who exploited them. Click the photo to learn more!
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    With admission, enjoy a morning of complimentary bagels, coffee and pastries while shopping for an unlimited number of items! The event will also feature live music, a photo booth, and door prizes!
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    The Sixth Annual Race For Refuge 10K/5K/Run/Walk is September 3, 2016, beginning at 8:00 a.m. Registration begins at 7:00 a.m. at Tower Grove Park – Sons of Rest Pavilion. Visit www.raceforrefuge.org for more information or to register.

Our Story

During the fall of 2008, our founder, Deidre was exposed to a documentary on human sex-trafficking. This film discussed the issue both abroad and then locally to the United States. Deidre was pierced by the reality of trafficking happening in our country and was heartbroken that there were very few resources available for today’s young survivors. From there The Covering House was born. 

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Let’s Put an End to Child Sex Trafficking

The issue of sex-trafficking in the United States is vast, yet the majority of individuals are unaware of its prevalence. According to the U.S. Department of Justice, sex-trafficking is defined as a “commercial sex act induced by force, fraud, or coercion, or in which the person induced to perform such an act has not attained 18 years of age.” Although slavery was abolished nearly 150 years ago, it is still alive and thriving today, and American children are now among the most vulnerable. Please join the fight against domestic sex-trafficking by educating yourself and community.

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