|Military Services (TRIAD/TX Veterans)
TRIAD/Military Program assists American Military families of all branches and veteran status who have unmet
needs due to death, injury, physical or mental detriment, financial hardship or in any crisis situation that arises
as a result of their service.
The TRIAD program is exclusively for military families who have one or both parents deployed to the
Iraq/Afghanistan War. Their deployment may be current or in the past. The Child Crisis Center has both direct
services as well as referral services available to meet the family’s needs for emergency child care (24 hours or
longer), financial stresses, single parenting, emergency clothing and food, as well as meeting any other needs
that may arise.
ALL SERVICE MEMBERS AND THEIR FAMILIES ARE WELCOME AND WILL BE SERVED
AT THE CHILD CRISIS CENTER OF EL PASO
A Quote from a General’s Wife:
“The Child Crisis Center often assists our Army families stationed at Ft. Bliss when a traumatic event for the child or
children occurs. I, personally, am grateful that such an organization exists, and in such close proximity to our Army post.
I believe that all that the Child Crisis Center offers of a practical and emotional nature for Army children makes this a very
vital program in this area.”
Raising children is not an easy job, especially during a crisis. Everyday stresses can become overwhelming.
When those stresses come between a parent and their child, call us for help. We serve families who need a
safe place for their children when family emergencies occur.
TRIAD Case Manager/Outreach Coordinator
Child Crisis Center of El Paso
2100 N. Stevens
El Paso, TX 79930
Phone: 915-562-7955 ext. 231
|Thanks to all of our military that give their lives to protect ours!
|Mental Health Crisis|
|Temporary Family Crisis|
|Medical Crisis of Parent/Guardian/Sibling|
|Physical Abuse or Risk of Physical Abuse|
|Sexual Abuse or Risk of Sexual Abuse|
|Transportation to/from school|
|Indoor/Outdoor play time|
|Children ages infant through 4 years old|
|Capacity of 11 Children|
|Ratio of 1 Staff to Every 4 Children|
|Early Childhood Education Program|
|The Veterans Emergency Shelter is made
possible by a grant from the Texas Veterans
Commission Fund for Veterans' Assistance.
The Fund for Veterans' Assistance provides
grants to organizations serving veterans and their
families. Funding for these grants comes from a
portion of Veterans scratch-off lottery ticket sales.
800-252 VETS (8387)
|For over 45 years, the San Antonio Area
Foundation has connected donors of all
backgrounds with the causes that matter
most to them, for the surrounding region.
The Area Foundation offers a wide range of
giving opportunities and highly
personalized service that bring donors and
charitable organizations together for the
benefit of the community.
Please visit their website at
for more information.
|Abandonment by Parent/Guardian|
|Homeless/ Threat of Homelessness|
|Good Nutritious Food|
|Wellness Check Up within 72 hours of|
|Celebration for holidays and birthdays|
|Children ages 5 through 13 years old|
|Capacity of 20 Children|
|Ratio of 1 Staff to Every 8 Children|
|Transportation to and from their home school|
|School Supplies Provided|
|Indoor and Out Door Recreational Activities|
|On Site Tutor|
|On Site Library|
|Case Management Services|
|Provided both during and after care.|
CHILD CRISIS CENTER OF EL PASO
|2100 N. Stevens El Paso, TX 79930 (915) 562-7955