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DATES in 2022


CCHR STL SURVEY Response Needed

Citizens Commission on Human Rights of St. Louis (CCHR STL) would like to know what you currently think about attending or volunteering at the upcoming Working Women's Survival Show, February 18-20, 2022, at the St. Charles, Missouri Convention Center (

Everyone exhibiting at or attending the Show will be required to wear a mask. We have increased the width of the aisles throughout the Show to allow for more social distancing. The St. Charles Convention Center has installed two new air purification systems, increased sanitation measures and they have hand-sanitizing stations spread throughout the building. Find out more about this at

Please respond to the survey here:

Click Link for Survey Response

DATES in 2020


CCHR STL Volunteers Needed

Missouri State Capitol Building
Jefferson City, MO
Tuesday & Wednesday, February 4 and 5, 2020
8 am to 6 pm

Help inform our legislators about CCHR Issues.
Distribute DVD’s to legislative offices and man our table passing out CCHR materials. Hatting is included.
Help out one or both days.

St. Charles, MO Convention Center
Working Women’s Survival Show
Friday, Saturday, Sunday – February 21-23, 2020

Get CCHR materials out in volume to the public.
Man our booth at the show. Pass out materials, get petition signatures and talk to the public. 
Also Needed: Thurs. Feb 20 – a team of 2 to set up the booth. At your convenience between 8 AM and 10 PM.

Volunteer now by emailing: CCHRSTL@CCHRSTL.ORG



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Other Volunteer Opportunities: These can be done from home! Contact us for more information.

Legislative monitor – Check State bills once or twice a week during the legislative session. Spot legislation of interest. Track the progress of pro- and anti-psych legislation and report on it to the group. Training available. Needed for Missouri and all surrounding states.

Voice Mail monitor – Check our voice mail and transcribe messages so that someone can return the calls.

Documentary DVDs – Show the CCHR DVD documentaries to friends, relatives, church groups, school groups, etc. If you would like a complimentary DVD to review, send us your mailing address and what areas of psychiatric abuse might be of interest to you..