Welcome to our Website!

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It’s a new era for The Children’s Place, as we launch a reimagined website into the world to make it easier to learn about our mission and programs. Coming off the move to our new building in late 2020, the launch of this site helps ensure that our digital home is as welcoming and thoughtfully-designed as our physical building.

We invite you to explore the site and learn about new ways to access our services and get involved in the work we do through:

  • Quick access to programs – Quickly learn about our four programs and how to receive services for the children in your life. Each page includes contact information along with a form to get in touch with us in just a few seconds.
  • Get involved – Get inspired to join us in the movement to help young children heal from their hurts. The new site has easy access to learn about volunteer opportunities, how to host an event benefitting The Children’s Place, the latest needs on our wish list, and a variety of avenues to support the agency financially.
  • Learn from our experts – The news section of our site will be the home for all kinds of tips and updates from our expert staff. Learn about the work we do and how you can incorporate a focus on mental health in your own parenting or interactions with young children.
  • Spread the word – We encourage you to join the conversation through our social media on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and LinkedIn. These channels provide a crucial connection to help us spread the word about our services and raise support for the work we do.

We hope you join us in celebrating this milestone in The Children’s Place’s history!


Latest News

Children’s Trust Fund Awards The Children’s Place with $418,052 Grant

Local nonprofit The Children’s Place has received a grant of $418,052 from the Children’s Trust Fund. The agency was one of 59 community-based organizations to receive funding specifically for facility improvement and infrastructure from the Children’s Trust Fund, which is Missouri’s foundation for child abuse prevention.