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CLOTHING & FURNITURE

 

BRIDGE OF HOPE MINISTRIES

4001 Cottage Avenue 63113

www.bridgeofhopestl.org            

Phone: 314-405-0253

Clothing Room. Call for hours.

 

CENTRAL REFORM CONGREGATION

5020 Waterman 63108

www.centralreform.org

Phone: 314-361-3919

Call first for hours and availability.

 

CONNECTIONS TO SUCCESS and DRESS FOR SUCCESS

4515 Evans Street 63113

www.midwestdressforsuccess.org  

Phone: 636-940-8027

3000 Little Hills Expressway St. Charles 63301

Both organizations provide clothing for job interviews and outfits for starting work.

CRAIGSLIST FREE FURNITURE AND MORE

www.stlouis.craigslist.org

 

DIAPER BANK and PERIOD SUPPLIES

6141 Etzel Avenue 63133

www.stldiaperbank.org

Phone: 314-624-0888

Call or visit the website for more information, including locations for emergency diapers and period supplies. Now available at many city and county libraries.

 

DREAM CENTER

4324 Margaretta Ave, St. Louis, Missouri 63115

www.stldreamcenter.org

Phone: 314-381-0700

New and gently used clothing and accessories. Call for times.

 

FOCUS  GATEWAY CITY

1901 Ann Avenue 63104

Phone: 314-776-4205

Food pantries and clothing open the 2nd and 4th Wednesdays from 9:00am-11:00am.

 

FRIEND OF MOMS BABY BOUTIQUE

Chapel of the Cross - Lutheran 11645 Benham Rd. 63136

www.chapelofthecross.org/friend-of-moms

Phone: 314-741-3737

Provides new and gently-used clothing and other resources. Food pantry.

 

GUARDIAN ANGEL SETTLEMENT ASSOCIATION - ANGEL BOUTIQUE

3300 S. Jefferson 63118

www.gasastl.org

Phone: 314-773-9027

They are open every day but an appointment is needed. Also food pantry.

 

HABITAT FOR HUMANITY RESTORES

3830 South Grand Blvd 63118

www.habitatstl.org/restore    

Phone: 314-531-4155

Home improvement items to the public at a fraction of the retail price. They sell building materials, appliances, and furniture. More locations throughout the state.

 

HELPING HAND ME DOWNS

16225 Westwoods Business Park, Ellisville, MO 63021

www.helpinghandmedowns.org

Phone: 314-514-5987

Referral required. Clothing, toys, books and two large baby items (stroller, etc).

HOME SWEET HOME

10 Sunnen Drive Maplewood, MO 63143

www.homesweethomestl.org

Phone: 314-448-9838

Serves clients who are referred from partner non-profits. Furniture and household.

 

ISAIAH 58 MINISTRIES

2149 S Grand Blvd. 63104

www.i58ministries.org

Phone: 314-776-1410

Clothing Monday-Friday, 10:00am-noon.

Pantry is open Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday 10:00am-1:00pm. Jefferson to Kingshighway, Chouteau to Chippewa.

 

LIFEWISE STL (Formerly Kingdom House)

1321 S. 11th St. 63104

www.lifewisestl.org    

Phone: 314-421-0400

The Bodega offers discounted high-quality essentials and clothing.

 

NATIONAL COUNCIL OF JEWISH WOMEN

295 N. Lindbergh Blvd. 63141

www.ncjwstl.org/what-we-do/kids-community-closet/   

Phone: 314-993-5181

 

NEW LIFE EVANGELISTIC CENTER (NLEC)

2428 Woodson Road Overland, MO 63114

www.newlifeevangelisticcenter.org

Phone: 314-421-3020 or 800-334-3276

Free store, with clothing and small housewares. Call for times.

 

OASIS INTERNATIONAL

5035 Gravois Ave. 63116

www.oasis4refugees.org

Phone: 314-353-3800

English classes, clothing, furniture, social events for primarily refugee families.

 

ST. AUGUSTINE’S CATHOLIC CHURCH

1371 Hamilton Ave. 63112

www.st-augustine-stl.org

Phone: 314-385-1934

Food pantry, clothing, and utility assistance. Call for hours and qualifications.

 

ST. AUGUSTINE WELLSTON CENTER

1705 Kienlen 63133

www.wellstoncenter.org
Phone: 314-382-7158

Thrift Store with furniture open Friday 9am-1pm and Saturday 9am - noon.

Other services including prescription and utility assistance.

 

URBAN LEAGUE CLOTHING ASSISTANCE

Agency Headquarters: 1408 N. Kingshighway Blvd. 63113

www.ulstl.com   

Phone: 314-615-3600

8960 Jennings Station Rd, Jennings, MO 63136

Phone: 314-388-9840

9420 West Florissant Ave, Ferguson, MO 63136

Phone: 314-528-5200

1408 N. Kingshighway, Ste. 211 , St. Louis, MO 63113

Phone: 314-626-9977

3655 Page Blvd, St. Louis, MO 63113

Phone: 314-437-5734

For all locations:    

www.ulstl.com/locations.html

Phone: 314-615-3600

Hours of operation vary, call for times. Clothing for all family members.

WAYMAKER’S CHAPEL FOR THE EXCEPTIONAL

3436 Winnebago St, St. Louis, MO 63118

www.waymakerschapel.org

Phone: 314-776-7172

Free store and clothes closet, by appointment only. Call to schedule.

THINGS FOR DADS

BETTER FAMILY LIFE

5415 Page Blvd. 63112

www.betterfamilylife.org

Phone: 314-367-3440

Workforce development and many other programs. Social, cultural, artistic, youth, economic, housing and educational programs. Numerous programs and initiatives.

 

CHILD SUPPORT HOTLINE 800-859-7999

Supportive services and information, including genetic testing and updates on cases.

 

CONNECTIONS TO SUCCESS

See page 5 for info about this outreach program for job success.

 

EMPLOYMENT CONNECTION

2838 Market Street 63103 and other locations

www.employmentstl.org

Phone: 314-333-JOBS (5627)

Job opportunities, Rental Assistantance 

 

FATHERS AND FAMILIES SUPPORT CENTER

1601 Olive St. 63103 Other locations.

www.fatherssupportcenter.org

Phone: 314-333-4170

Now working with women and families. Areas of focus include job readiness and retention skills, job placement, mentoring, legal clinic, youth leadership.

 

HISET HIGH SCHOOL EQUIVALENCY TEST (GED)

www.hiset.ets.org

The website offers support throughout the process, lists testing sites, preparation and more. The test is only given online so set up an account to start the process.

 

JUSTINE PETERSEN

1023 North Grand Blvd 63106

www.justinepetersen.org

Phone: 314-533-2411

Homeowner and small business loans, first time homebuyer options and more.

 

LAUNCHCODE

4811 Delmar Blvd. 63108

www.launchcode.org

Phone: 314-254-0107

Learn coding and programming. Free classes, mentoring. job placement in computer technology. Apply online.

 

NATIONAL FATHERHOOD INITIATIVE

www.fatherhood.org

Phone: 301-948-0599

To develop strong relationships between fathers who have been incarcerated, in the military and other situations, and their children.

 

PARENT LINK

www.parentlink.missouri.edu

Phone: 800-552-8522      En Español: 888-460-0008

Options regarding parenting concerns. Support for incarcerated parents.

 

UNLEASHING POTENTIAL (Formerly Neighborhood Houses)

1000 N. Vandeventer Avenue 63113

www.upstl.org    

Phone: 314-383-1733

Educational and empowering experiences through early childhood education, after school programs, youth development and enrichment camps.

DISABILITY SERVICES

ARC/St. Louis Arc

1177 N. Warson Rd. 63132

www.slarc.org

Phone: 314-569-2211

In-home residential support program, ARCH (Assistance with Residential Care in the Home), reimburses primary caregivers for short-term care. Support groups.

ARTISTS FIRST

7190 Manchester Rd., Maplewood 63143

www.artistsfirststl.org

Phone: 314-781-4440

Artists First offers art-based programs serving aspiring artists of all ages with devel- opmental disabilities, pervasive mental illness, and/or traumatic brain injury.

BI-LINGUAL INTERNATIONAL ASSISTANCE SERVICES

4030 Chouteau Ave. Suite 700    63110

www.bilingualstl.org

Phone: 314-645-7800

Mental health and social services to the elderly and disabled foreign born.

BRIDGES COMMUNITY SUPPORT SERVICES DISABILITY SERVICES

3155 Sutton Blvd. Maplewood 63143

www.bridgescss.com

Phone: 314-781-7900

Individually tailored 24-hour support in a shared or individual home or apartment. Community Support, counseling and behavior therapy.

CITY OF ST. LOUIS

Human Services Disabled Resources in the St. Louis Community www.stlouis-mo.gov

CHALLENGE UNLIMITED

4 Emmie L. Kaus Lane Alton, IL 62002

www.cuinc.org

Phone: 618-465-0044

Off-site employment opportunities throughout the Metro area. Recruitment and intake services, job training, residential programs, supported employment and more.

COMMUNITY LIVING, INC

1040 St. Peters Howell Road St. Peters, MO 63376

www.communitylivingmo.org

Phone: 636-970-2800

Programs and services for children and adults with developmental disabilities.

DEAF/BLIND PROJECT/MoSPIN

3815 Magnolia 63110   

Phone: 314-633-1582 or 314-633-1591

www.msb.dese.mo.gov/outreach-services/assistance-project.html www.msb.dese.mo.gov/outreach-services/mospin.html

Provides technical assistance, professional development, specialized materials and resources, including those with deaf-blindness and multiple disabilities.

 

DEAF, INC.

Deaf Empowerment Awareness Foundation, Inc. 25 East Frisco Avenue Webster Groves, MO 63119

www.deafinc.org

Voice/Videophone: 314 714-6400 Fax: 314 266-7427

Interpreting Services Voice: 314 968-8868 Toll Free: 888 898-DEAF 3323

Interpreting, advocacy, support groups and more. Some services are free.

EASTERSEALS MIDWEST

11933 Westline Industrial Drive    63146

www.easterseals.com/midwest

Phone: 800-200-2119

Range of services for children and adults, including autism, community living, more.

FINE LINE STUDIOS

12153 Bridgeton Square Dr, Bridgeton, MO 63044

www.finelinestudios.org        

Phone: 314-473-1239

An arts based day program for adults with disabilities. Innovative quality services.

 

HORIZON HOUSING DEVELOPMENT COMPANY

3001 Arsenal St., St. 63118

www.hhdc-stl.org   

Phone: 314-865-0383

Assists in providing housing services to St. Louis City residents with developmental disabilities. Housing is provided to individuals and families.

INDEPENDENCE CENTER

4245 Forest Park Ave. 63108

www.independencecenter.org

Phone: 314-533-4245

A community-based rehabilitation program for adults with severe and persistent mental illnesses built on the Clubhouse model of psychosocial rehabilitation.

MAGDALA FOUNDATION

4158 Lindell Blvd. 63108

Phone: 314-652-6004

https://www.magdala-house.org

A variety of residential and community-based programs for intellectually and developmentally disabled adults, including Adult Day Care.

PARAQUAD

5240 Oakland Ave. 63110

www.paraquad.org

Phone: 314-289-4200

 

DISABILITY SERVICES

Hands-on, practical assistance for people with disabilities. Independent living, deaf services, health and wellness center, resources and DEAFWAY interpreting.

 

PROMISE COMMUNITY HOMES (Formerly Rainbow Village)

1240 Dautel Lane St. Louis, MO 63146

www.promisecommunityhomes.org   

Phone: 314-567-1522

Neighborhood housing options for individuals with developmental disabilities.

REHABILITATION SERVICES FOR THE BLIND

Phone: 573-751-4249

ST. LOUIS OFFICE FOR DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITY RESOURCES

2121 Hampton Ave. St. Louis, MO 63139

www.stldd.org    

Phone: 314-421-0090

ST. LOUIS HELP (Equipment Lending)

9709 Dielman Rock Island Industrial Dr. St. Louis, Mo 63132 www.stlhelp.org 314-897-4357

Medical and health equipment lending/recycle program, including wheel chairs,

ST. LOUIS SOCIETY FOR THE BLIND and VISUALLY IMPAIRED

8770 Manchester Rd. 63143

www.slsbvk.org

Phone: 314-968-9000

Programs, technical aids, therapy, transportation assistance, education, resources.

SUNNYHILL

14 Soccer Park Rd. Fenton, MO 63026

www.sunnyhillinc.org            

Phone: 314-845-3900

Residential facilities, camping, and more for disability. Service providers in Jefferson County, St. Charles County, and Greater St. Louis Metro area.

STATE OF MISSOURI DISABILITY PORTAL

www.disability.mo.gov

VOCATIONAL REHABILITATION

220 S Jefferson St., Room 110 63103

www.dese.mo.gov/adult-learning-rehabilitation-services

Phone: 314-877-2940

1-877-222-8963 (voice) 573-751-0881 (TDD). Many locations.

Wide range of job training, educational and employment services.

WILLOWS WAY

800 Friedens Road, Suite 100, St. Charles, Missouri 63303

www.willowsway.org     

Phone: 636-947-6591

Adult Individualized Supported Living (ISL) programs. In-home, transportation, more.

DOMESTIC VIOLENCE RESOURCES

DOMESTIC VIOLENCE RESOURCES

National Hotline: 1-800-799-SAFE (7233) or (TTY) 1-800-787-3224 SEXUAL ASSAULT HOTLINE 800-656-4673

 

ALIVE- Alternatives to Living in Violent Environments St. Louis area

1 Campbell Plaza Suite 2A, St. Louis ,MO 63139

www.alivestl.org  

Phone: 314-993-2777 Franklin County 636-583-5700 or 800-941-9144

Counseling, emergency sanctuary, for adults and children.

CRISIS NURSERY

2401 N Grand Blvd, St. Louis, MO 63106

24- Hour Hotline: 314.533.6900

1928 Gravois Ave, St. Louis, MO 63104

24-Hour Hotline 314.768.3201

11037 Breezy Point Ln, St. Louis, MO 63136

24- Hour Hotline 314.953.8030

315 1st Capitol Dr, St Charles, MO 63301

24-Hour Hotline 636.947.0600

330 S 4th St, St. Charles, MO 63301

24-Hour Hotline 636-940.2504

www.crisisnurserykids.org/

A 24-Hour Safe Haven dedicated to preventing child abuse and neglect throughout the region. Many locations. Also provide respite programs.

LEGAL ADVOCATES FOR ABUSED WOMEN (LAAW)

539 North Grand Blvd. Suite 400. St. Louis, MO 63103

www.supportvictims.org

Phone: 314-652-3623

314-664-6699 (Legal Helpline) or 800-527-1460

A program of Crime Victim Center

Free legal representation at Order of Protection hearings for victims of abuse in seven counties.

RAINN-(Rape, Abuse, and Incest National Network)

 National Sexual Assault Hotline

www.rainn.org/ 800-656-HOPE (4673)

The nation’s largest anti-sexual violence organization.

 

SAFE AT HOME

www.MoSafeAtHome.com

Phone: 866-509-1409

Provides survivors with a substitute address for IDs, driver licenses, court documents, etc.

 

SAFE CONNECTIONS

2165 Hampton Avenue 63139

www.safeconnections.org

24-hour Crisis Helpline, text line and main number 314-531-2003 

Free services for adults who have experienced domestic violence, assault and abuse.

 

SEXUAL ASSAULT HOTLINE 800-656-(HOPE) 4673

Chat online with a trained staff member for confidential crisis support and more resources.

 

ST. MARTHA’S HALL

PO Box 4950 63108

saintmarthas.org    

Phone: 314-533-1313 (available 24/7)

12 week stay, crisis intervention, support groups, advocacy, follow up.

 

TURNING POINT

P.O. Box 426 | Warrenton, MO 63383

Phone: 888-873-7233

www.turningpointdvs.com

Emergency Shelter and Supportive Services for Warren, Montgomery, St. Charles, Franklin, and Gasconade Counties and surrounding counties in east central Missouri.

 

VIOLENCE PREVENTION CENTER, SOUTHWESTERN ILLINOIS

P.O. Box 831 Belleville, IL 62222

www.vpcswi.org

Phone: 800-924-0096 OR 618-236-2531 ext. 140

24 Hour Hotline 618-235-0892

Crisis hotline, emergency shelter, individual and group counseling more.

 

WOMEN’S SAFE HOUSE

www.twsh.org

Phone: 314-772-4535 (24-hour crisis hotline)

A shelter and services for battered women and their children.

 

YWCA WOMEN’S RESOURCE CENTERS

1155 Olivette Executive Parkway. 63132 Open Mon-Fri, 8:30-5:00pm. Walk-in okay.

www.ywcastl.org

Phone: 314-531-1115 Main Number

24 Hour Crisis Line: 314 531-1115 x 1/ Domestic Violence Line: 314 531-1115 x 2

DROP IN CENTERS

 

BRIDGE OF HOPE MINISTRIES

4001 Cottage Avenue 63113

www.bridgeofhopestl.org      

Phone: 314-405-0253

Showers, clothing, and laundry. Lunch. HiSet classes, reading, computer access.)

 

CENTER FOR YOUTH ON THE RISE

12079 Bellefontaine Rd.     Spanish Lake 63138

Phone: 314-615-0221

Ages 12 to 19. A variety of activities and services. Life skills workshops, counseling services, educational support, employment preparation, legal assistance.

 

COVENANT HOUSE

2727 North Kingshighway 63113

www.covenanthousemo.org

Phone: 314-533-2241

For Youth. Every afternoon. Access to shelter, food, clothing, showers, laundry

 

EPWORTH’S YOUTH DROP-IN CENTER/STREET OUTREACH

7520 Natural Bridge Rd. Normandy 63121

www.epworth.org   

Office: 314-222-4877 24/7 helpline 800-899-5437

Laundry and shower; safer sex kit, clothing, and hygiene items; ID assistance; healthcare, legal aid, support for LGBTQ youth and allies, housing assistance.

 

RESTORATION HOUSE (The Rock)

2912 Chippewa Street St. Louis, MO 63118

www.restorationhousestl.org.

Phone: 314-370-7180

A drop-in center for homeless young adults. Food, clothing, laundry, etc. available

 

SAFE: A RUSTIN’S PLACE

3533 Dunn Rd. Suite 228

Florissant, MO 63033

www.minorityhealthstl.org/    

Phone: 314-385-1935

A program of Williams and Associates. Safe haven, free wi-fi, washers and dryers. STD/ST testing, health education. PREP available, free pregnancy testing.

 

ST. MARTHA’S DROP-IN CENTER

4733 Mattis Road, 63128 – North side Church campus

https://saintmarthas.org/services/drop-in-center/

Phone: 314-487-2062 M-F, 10 AM-4 PM.

For individuals impacted by domestic violence.

 

THE SPOT/Project ARK

for ages 13-24 4169 Laclede, 63108

www.thespot.wustl.edu

Phone: 314-535-0413

A drop-in center with computers, medical care, showers, laundry, testing, and more.

 

ST. LOUIS EMPOWERMENT CENTER

Depression Bipolar Support Alliance (DBSA)

907 Dock Street    63147     

www.dbsaempowerment.org

Phone: 314-652-6100

A drop-in center for mental health and substance abuse recovery self-help meetings. Lunch daily. Shower and laundry available. Free Naloxone (Narcan) upon request.

 

YWCA WOMEN’S RESOURCE CENTERS

1155 Olivette Executive Parkway. 63132 Open Mon-Fri, 8:30-5pm. Walk-in okay.

www.ywcastl.org

Phone: 314-531-1115 Main Number

24 Hour Crisis Line: 314 531-1115 x 1 Domestic Violence Line: 314 531-1115 x 2

PUBLIC LIBRARIES provide computers and computer labs that give immediate access to the internet. And you can get an e-mail address there.

EMPLOYMENT & TRAINING  

A RED CIRCLE

6439 Plymouth Ave., Suite #W130, 63133

www.aredcircle.org

Phone: 314-328-2286

Located in Wellston at the STL Partnership Business Center to address employment, education, holistic living, policy, and the arts.

 

AGCMO  Associated General Contractors of Missouri/STL Construction Career Center

6330 Knox Industrial Drive, Ste. 200 63139

www.agcmo.org     

Phone: 314-678-1403 or 314-781-2356

Provides education regarding careers in construction and functions as a clearing house of information, resources, and support services for the construction trades.

 

AMERICORPS/VISTA

1315 Ann Ave. 63104

www.americorpsstl.org

Phone: 314-772-9002

 

BETTER FAMILY LIFE

5415 Page Blvd 63112

www.betterfamilylife.org

Phone: 314-367-3440

Missouri work assistance. Other Programs offered through the MET Center.

 

BLUEPRINT 4 CAREERS

www.blueprint4.com/careers

A free website devoted to local jobs, training and employment, with a focus on youth.

 

BRIDGE BREAD

2639 Cherokee St. 63118

www.bridgebread.org

Phone: 314-296-3077

Supportive employment. Products made by hand. Provides job opportunities for people experiencing homelessness or those who are housing insecure.

 

CHALLENGE UNLIMITED

4 Emmie L. Kaus Lane Alton, IL 62002

www.cuinc.org

Phone: 618-465-0044

Off-site employment opportunities throughout the Metro area. Recruitment and intake services, job training, residential programs, supported employment and more.

 

COMMUNITY ACTION AGENCY OF ST LOUIS COUNTY (CAASTL)

2709 Woodson Rd 63114

www.caastlc.org

Phone: 314-863-0015

Assists residents of St Louis County meet the terms of their probation and parole, including GED, money management, counseling, job readiness and placement.

 

COMMUNITY COLLEGES

www.stlcc.edu/workforce

Phone: 314-984-7777

Free accelerated training programs: CDL, Logistics, STEM Portal, Medical, more.

 

COMPUTER VILLAGE/Union Memorial Enrichment Center

5436 Bartmer Ave, St. Louis, MO 63112

www. computervillage.org

Phone: 314-537-0274

Learning Center that works in collaboration with other non-profits in several locations.

 

COLLEGE BOUND

110 North Jefferson 63103

www.collegeboundstl.org   

Phone: 314-361-4441

Information and resources on how to plan, prepare, and pay for a college education.

 

COMMUNITY COLLEGES

www.stlcc.edu/workforce    

Phone: 314-539-5722

Free accelerated training programs: CDL, Logistics, STEM Portal, Medical, more.

 

CONNECTIONS TO SUCCESS and DRESS FOR SUCCESS

4515 Evans Ave. 63113

www.connectionstosuccess.org     

Phone: 314-584-6865

Provides clothing for job interviews and outfits for starting work before the first paycheck. Also, counseling and job readiness. More locations.

 

EMPLOYMENT CONNECTION

2838 Market Street 63103

www.employmentstl.org

Phone: 314-333-JOBS (5627)

Job opportunities 

FATHERS and FAMILIES SUPPORT CENTER

1601 Olive St. 63103 and more locations

www.fatherssupportcenter.org

Phone: 314-333-4170

Areas of focus include job readiness and retention skills, mentors, legal clinics.

 

GOODWILL EXCEL CENTERS HIGH SCHOOLS FOR ADULTS

www.excel.mersgoodwill.org   

Phone: 314-655-4820

Free high schools for adults over the age of 21. Classes run year-round during extended day and evening hours. Free on-site daycare. Several locations.

 

GOODWILL EMPLOYMENT SERVICES

2545 S Hanley Rd, 63144 

Phone: 314-647-7453

7321 S Lindbergh Blvd Suite 20 63125 

Phone: 314-845-1922

www.mersgoodwill.org

Phone: 314-241-3464

Many job programs and locations, including services for veterans.

 

HARAMBEE YOUTH TRAINING

1142 Hodiamont Ave. 63112

www.restorestlouis.org/

Phone: 314-726-2302

Job training and skill development in construction trades with a concentration on tuckpointing. For ages 12 - 18. After school and summer programs available.

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HISET HIGH SCHOOL EQUIVALENCY TEST (GED)

www.hiset.ets.org 855-MyHiSET

Phone: 1-855-694-4738

The test is only given online so set up an account to start the process.

 

INDUSTRIAL AID

4417 Oleatha Ave. 63116

www.industrialaid.com

Phone: 314-773-3200

Extended employment sheltered workshop employing individuals with disabilities.

 

JOBS.MO.GOV    

www.jobs.mo.gov

The workforce resource website for the State of Missouri. (Formerly Great Hires)

 

JOB CORPS CENTER

4333 Goodfellow Blvd. 63120  

www.stlouis.jobcorps.gov

Phone: 314-679-2021

No-cost education and career technical training program administered by the U.S. Department of Labor. Career technical and academic training for ages 16-24.

LAUNCHCODE

4811 Delmar Blvd. 63108

www.launchcode.org

Phone: 314-254-0107

Learn coding and programming. Free classes, mentoring. ‘Codergirl’ for women, job placement in computer technology. Apply online.

 

LIFEWISE STL

1321 S. 11th St. 63104

www.lifewisestl.org

Phone: 314-421-0400

Many programs and classes offered in English and Spanish, including Financial Stability, English, Maternal Mental Health, Social Capital Building, more.

 

MERS GOODWILL INDUSTRIES

1727 Locust St. 63103

www.mersgoodwill.org

Phone: 314-241-3464

Many programs and locations, including programs for veterans.

 

METROPOLITAN EDUCATION & TRAINING CENTER (METCENTER)

6347 Plymouth Ave. 63133 314-746-0788 and 12721 W. Watson Rd. 63127

www.metcenterstl.com

Phone: 314-989-7570

Job training, placement, assessment, career development services and more.

 

MISSION ST. LOUIS

3108 N Grand Blvd 63107

www.missionstl.org

Phone: 314-534-1188

Works with at-risk men ages 22-35 through skills training, internships, more. Includes stipend and bonus upon completion, if eligible.

 

MOKAN, CCAC(Construction Contractors Assistance Center)

4666 Natural Bridge 63115

www.mokanccac.org

Phone: 314-454-WORK (9675)

Pre-apprentice programs, training services, business development, loans and more.

 

MOWIT

6301 Knox Industrial Dr. 1st Floor 63139

www.mowit.org

Phone: 636-926-6948

An organization for women in the construction trades or interested in training.

 

MTC TRUCK DRIVER TRAINING

12000 Missouri Bottom road, Hazelwood, MO 63042

www.truckdrivertraining.com

Phone: 314-895-4111

Obtain a Commercial Driver’s License. Training is paid for if you agree to work for one of their companies for 18 months. Other location.

 

NEAR SOUTHSIDE EMPLOYMENT COALITION

2649 Pestalozzi St. 63118

‎www.nsecworks.org

Phone: 314-865-4453

Training, computer, and job placement services. Skills, screening, and job referrals.

 

NEW LIFE EVANGELISTIC CENTER (NLEC)

2428 Woodson Road, Overland, MO 63114

www.newlifeevangelisticcenter.org    

Phone: 314-421-3020 or 800-334-3276

Residential Training Programs. Call for information.

 

PARAQUAD

5240 Oakland Ave. 63110

www.paraquad.org

Phone: 314-289-4200

Several employment programs for people with disabilities.

PROJECT CONNECT CITY OF ST. LOUIS

www.stlouis-mo.gov/project-connect/

Phone:  314-676-9418

Website with information about the new National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency

NGA development, including job opportunities.

 

PROPEL KITCHENS

6746 Page Ave. Pagedale 63133 (Inside Carter Commons)

www.propelkitchens.org

Nonprofit training, education and social enterprise focused on creating health and wealth with food. Training in culinary and business skills, job placement.

 

SLATE/MISSOURI JOB CENTERS

1520 Market St, 3 Floor, 63103 314-589-8000

Phone: 314-589-8000

Ballpark Village 601 Clark Ave, St. Louis, MO 63102

Clinton Peabody 1401 LaSalle Lane, 2nd fl. St. Louis, MO 63104

www.stlworks.com

SOUL FISHER MINISTRIES

7267 Natural Bridge Road 63121

www.thesoulfishersministries.com

Phone: 314-381-0401

Programs for formerly incarcerated women and after school classes for children with incarcerated parents. Also, transitional housing.

 

THOMAS DUNN LEARNING CENTER

3113 Gasconade Street 63118

www.tdunn.org

Phone: 314-353-3050

Community learning center. Computer and art labs, HiSet, a training kitchen and more.

 

URBAN LEAGUE

3701 Grandel Square 63108

www.ulstl.org

Phone: 314-615-3600

Job search assistance, career counseling, job readiness training, and job referrals.

St. Louis City Division, several more locations 935 N. Vandeventer 63108 314-615-3600 Ext. 684

 

VOCATIONAL REHABILITATION

220 S Jefferson St., Room 110 63103

dese.mo.gov/adult-learning-rehabilitation-services

Phone: 314-877-2940

Wide range of job training, educational and employment services. Many locations.

 

WOMEN IN CHARGE

6934 Olive Blvd. 63130 (New location)

www.womenincharge.org

Phone: 314-432-7300

Many programs, including HiSet classes (formerly GED), mentoring, counseling,

 

THE WORKFORCE SOLUTIONS GROUP

(Accelerated Job Training) St. Louis Community College’s Corporate College

3221 McKelvey Road Bridgeton 63044

www.stlcc.edu/workforce-solutions

Phone: 314-539-5302

Develops industry-specific training in partnership with the college’s campuses.

 

YOUTHBUILD ST. LOUIS

Americorps Operation Excel YouthBuild 93 North Oaks Plaza, 63121

www.youthbuild.org

Phone: 314-261-0202

Alternative education, construction training, employment, and leadership. Ages 18-24

FOOD PROGRAMS & PANTRIES

     

You can apply for emergency or regular food stamps at the locations below or and any Division of Family Services office in the City or County of St. Louis. For information about the Food Stamp program (SNAP) and free application screening, visit: www.dss.mo.gov/fsd/fstamp.

 

EMERGENCY FOOD STAMPS/SNAP PROGRAM

www.dss.mo.gov/fsd/fstamp.

Info Line: 855-373-4636 Ext. 2 EBT Customer Service Line: 800-997-7777

3101 Chouteau 63103

Phone: 314-256-7000

4411 N Newstead Ave., 3rd Floor 63115

Phone: 314-877-2000

Income Maintenance: 314-877-2400

 

HUNGER HOTLINE

Operation Food Search 314-726-5355 EXT. 3

Automated list of food pantries by zip code.

You’ll be directed to put in your zip code, and they’ll give a list of all of the pantries in your area.

MEAL PROVIDERS (Not pantries)

St Patrick Center, 800 N Tucker Blvd. 63101. Lunch, 7 days a week. 12:00 - 12:30pm

St. Peter and Paul Parish Mid-Level Hall, 1919 S. 7th. Street, 63104.

Meals Monday- Friday 5:00-5:45 pm. Saturday and Sunday 12pm - 12:45 pm

St Vincent’s Church, 1408 S 10th Street 63104.

Sandwich window Monday to Saturday from 11am-1pm 

Dinner on 22nd to 1st of each month from 5pm-6pm.

Bridge of Hope, 4001 Cottage Ave, St. Louis, 63113.

Sack lunches Monday-Thursday until 1pm.

Central Baptist Church, 2843 Washington Ave. 63103. Lunch, Tuesdays at noon.

Chapel for the Exceptional, 3436 Winnebago,

Hot Meals Tuesdays, and Thursdays 10:30-11am. Bring ID.

Trinity Episcopal, 600 North Euclid, St. Louis 63108.

Hot Meals served on Sundays at 2pm. Enter through the Washington Ave entrance.

St. Johns Episcopal in Tower Grove, 3664 Arsenal, 63116.

Lunches to-go on Saturday at 4pm - 6pm.

Gateway 180, 1000 North 19th Street, 63106

Phone: 314-231-1515 Brown bag lunches seven days a week, all day.

WIC

(Women Infant and Child)    

www.wicprograms.org

Locations and other information. Many locations. Most clinics provide WIC – services.

LISTINGS BY ZIP CODE

63101

SHAMROCK CLUB AT ST. PATRICK CENTER

800 N. Tucker

https://www.findhelp.org/st.-patrick-center--saint-louis-mo--shamrock-club-day-treatment-program/5446929690394624?postal=63101

Phone: 314-802-0700

Lunch: 7 days a week, 12:00pm-12:30pm

 

63103

FOOD OUTREACH

3117 Olive St., 63103

www.foodoutreach.org/

Phone: 314-652-3663

Providing nutritional support for men, women, and children living with HIV/AIDS or cancer in the St. Louis Metro area.

 

THIRD BAPTIST CHURCH

620 North Grand Blvd. St. Louis, MO 63103

www.third-baptist.org

Phone: 314-533-7340

Third Saturday of each month.8am - 10:30am. Food distribution begins at 9am.

63104 and 63118

CHAPEL FOR THE EXCEPTIONAL

3436 Winnebago (at Tennessee) 63118

https://waymakerschapel.org/

Phone: 314-776-7172

Lunch/soup kitchen: Monday-Friday 12:00pm-12:30pm.

Food pantry: Monday and Thursday when available 12:30pm-1:00pm.

 

CITY HARVEST MARKET

1321 S. 11th St. 63104

www.lifewisestl.org

Phone: 314-421-0400

Wednesdays from 9am - 12pm and Thursdays from 10am - 12pm and 4 - 7pm.

 

FOCUS GATEWAY CITY

1901 Ann Avenue 63104

www.focusgatewaycity.com

Phone: 866-267-3083 x720

The Apostle’s Community Kitchen. Sundays from 4:30-5:30 PM on the 2nd through 21st of each month. Food Pantry and clothing/housewares closet are open the 2nd and 4th Wednesdays of the month from 9:00am-11:00am.

 

GUARDIAN ANGEL SETTLEMENT ASSOCIATION

Social Services and Food Pantry 3300 S. Jefferson 63118

www.gasastl.org

Phone: 314-773-9027

Zip codes 63104 and 63118 only. Open Monday-Friday, 8:30am-4:30pm but an appointment is needed. Rental, utility, and food assistance; senior services, and more.

ISAIAH 58 MINISTRIES

2149 South Grand 63104

Phone: 314-776-1410

Serves area between Chouteau and Chippewa, and Jefferson and Kingshighway.

 

YOUTH AND FAMILY CENTER

818 Cass Ave St. Louis, MO 63106

www.theyfc.org

Phone: 314-231-1147

Food pantry Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9-2 every week. Many other programs.

 

63107

OUR LADY OF PERPETUAL HELP FOOD PANTRY

4335 Warne Ave, St. Louis, MO, United States, Missouri

www.helpstlouis.org/

Phone: 314-535-9794

Every Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday 9:00am to 12:00 Noon

 

63108

TRINITY EPISCOPAL CHURCH

600 North Euclid Ave 

Phone: 314-361-4655

Hot meal every Sunday 2:00pm. Food pantry every Tues.-Thurs. 1:30pm-3:00pm.

 

63111

CARONDELET ST. JOSEPH OUTREACH FOOD PANTRY

6408 Michigan Ave. 63111

www.carondeletliving.com/foodpantry    

Phone: 314-752-6339

Monday 8:30am -11:45am,Wednesday 8:30am -11:45am Friday 8:30am - 11:45am

 

ST. TRINITY LUTHERAN CHURCH

7404 Vermont Ave, 63111

Must call 601-228-2732 to request assistance and arrange for food delivery.

 

63112

ST. AUGUSTINE CATHOLIC CHURCH (FATHER BOB’S)

1371 Hamilton Ave.

www.st-augustine-stl.org    

Phone: 314-385-1934

Food pantry and clothing: Monday-Friday 9:30am-11:00am.

 

63113

CENTENNIAL CHRISTIAN CHURCH

4950 Fountain Ave. 63113

www.ccccstl.org

Phone: 314-367-1818

Lunch and food pantry: 2nd and 4th Saturday 8:30-12:30

 

ESTELL MINISTRIES FOOD PANTRY

3803 Page Blvd 63113

www.estellministries.org

Phone: 314-409-4517

Food pantry every Thursday 10:30-12:30pm

WEST SIDE MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH

4675 Page Boulevard

https://sharinghopeim.wixsite.com/westsidembc/visit_us

Phone: 314-535-9002

Dinner: Monday, Wednesday, Friday 5:30pm-6:30pm.

Food pantry: Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday 11:00am-1:00 pm.

 

63114

CAASTL (Community Action Agency of St. Louis County)

2709 Woodson Rd.  63114

https://www.caastlc.org/food-pantry-programs/

Phone: 314-446-4467

By appointment only. A household can receive food assistance every 30 days.

 

RITENOUR CO-CARE FOOD PANTRY

9303 Midland, Overland, MO 63114   

www.ritenourcocare.org 

Phone: 314-493-6028

Monday, Wednesday, Friday 9:00am - 1:00pm.

**New Hours: Wednesday 5:00pm -7:00pm. Closed Tuesdays and Thursdays. Must live in the Ritenour School District and show ID.

 

63115

ALL SAINTS EPISCOPAL CHURCH

5010 Terry Ave.

Phone: 314-367-2314

Call the church for information on meals, food, and other assistance.

 

KOSSUTH CHURCH OF GOD IN CHRIST

3801 Clarence Ave, 63115   

Phone: 314-652-4163

Food Pantry Thursdays 10 am -1:00 pm.

ST. LOUIS DREAM CENTER

4324 Margaretta Ave.

www.stldreamcenter.org

Phone: 314-381-0700   

Food pantry and more. Call for times.

 

63116

ST. JOHN’S LUTHERAN CHURCH

3738 Morganford Rd, 63116

ww.stjohnslutheranstlouis.org/    

Phone: 314-773-0126

Saturdays from 8:30-10:30, every Saturday except for 5th Saturdays.

 

63118

GUARDIAN ANGEL SETTLEMENT ASSOCIATION

3300 S. Jefferson, 63118

www.gasastl.org

Phone: 314-773-9027

For emergency utility or food assistance Zip codes 63104 and 63118 only. Rental, utility, and food assistance; senior services; a food pantry; and a resale shop. Call to schedule.

 

ST. ANTHONY of PADUA CHURCH

3140 Meramec Street

https://www.stanthonyofpaduastl.com/

Phone: 314-353-7470

Serves Zip Codes 63118, 63111, 63116 Food and clothing Monday and Thursday 10am-12pm, and Wednesday 4pm-6pm.

Legal assistance on the 4th Thursday of the month. Call for appointment.

 

63119

WEBSTER-ROCK HILL MINISTRIES

111 E. Waymire 63119

https://www.wrhm.org/

Phone: 314-961-5082

Third Saturday of each month. Food and supplies. Call for more information.

 

63120

PEOPLE’S NORTH CITY AND WELLSTON FOOD PANTRY (PCAC)

5868 West Florissant (at Riverview)

Phone: 314-862-6270

Open Monday, Wednesday, and Thursday from 9:00am -2:00pm. More locations.

PEOPLE’S HEALTH CENTERS    

www.pcacstl.org

Health care, social services All ages. Emergency food at every location.

 

63123

SALVATION ARMY GATEWAY CITADEL

824 Union Rd      

www.usc.salvationarmy.org.    

Phone: 314-631-1133

Food Pantry Serves zip codes 63123,63125,63126,63127,63128, 63129, 63026

 

63125

FEED MY PEOPLE

www.feed-my-people.org    

171 Kingston Dr. (and High Ridge)

Phone: 314-631-4900

Monday-Friday 10:00am - 3:00pm. Saturday 9:00am - 1:00pm.

 

63132

HARVEY KORNBLUM JEWISH FOOD PANTRY

10601 Baur Boulevard, St. Louis, MO 63132

www.jfsstl.org

Phone: 314-513-1672 or 314-993-1000

Monday - Friday 9:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.

No appointments are needed. Open to all residents of St. Louis County. Also offer utility assistance.

 

63133

ST. AUGUSTINE’S WELLSTON CENTER

1705 Kienlen 63133

www.wellstoncenter.org

Phone: 314-382-7158

Food Pantry Tuesday and Wednesday 7:30am to 10:30am. Many more services.

63136

FIT AND FOOD CONNECTION

Believers Temple.       

2115 Chambers Rd., 63136

www.fitandfoodconnection.org         

Phone: 314-312-2746     

Food Hotline: 314-649-7367

Healthy food pantry delivery and more to those in need throughout St. Louis.

63138

HELPING HANDS FOOD PANTRY   

St. Peter’s Lutheran Church

1120 Trampe Ave. Spanish Lake                                                                   

Phone: 314-741-5667

1st, 2nd, 3rd, and 4th Thursdays. Open 10:00am Distribute food a1:00 p.m.

 

URBAN LEAGUE ST. LOUIS COUNTY

8960 Jennings Station Rd.

Phone: 314-388-9840

Tuesday-Thursday 9:00am-12:00pm and 2:00pm-4:00pm

 

63147, 63136, 63137, 63138

GRACE NEW COVENANT FOOD PANTRY

1060 Chambers RD. Bellefontaine, MO, 63137

www.gracenewcovenantchurch.org   

Phone: 314-867-2782

3rd & 4th Saturdays 9am-11:30 am, First and second Wednesdays 10:30-1:00pm.

 

63031

T.E.A.M FOOD PANTRY

265 St. Catherine Florissant

www.teamfoodpantry.com/wp/food-pantry/              

Phone: 314-831-0879

Food and non-food items on a once-a-month basis. Must call to make appointment be certified and provide proof of residency.

 

63043

LOAVES AND FISHES

2750 McKelvey Rd. Maryland Heights, MO

www.loavesandfishes-stl.org

Phone: 314-291-3857

Registration required. Call for times and requirements.

 

63049

FEED MY PEOPLE

3295 Ottomeyer Rd. High Ridge, MO

www.feed-my-people.org

Phone: 636-677-9885

Monday-Friday 10:00am-3:00pm. Saturday 9:00am-1:00pm.

 

63088

CIRCLE OF CONCERN

112 St. Louis Ave. Valley Park

www.circleofconcern.org

Phone: 636-861-2623

Food pantry, meals, and many other services

 

PEOPLE’S COMMUNITY ACTION CORPORATION

Admin: 5701 Delmar Blvd. 63112

Phone: 314-367-7848

www.pcacstl.org

Central West End - 4236 Lindell Blvd. Suite 300, 63108

Phone: 314-862-6270

West End - 5647 Delmar Blvd. 63112

Phone: 314-677-1462

Carondelet - 6827 S. Broadway 63111

Phone: 314-353-1457

All ages. Emergency food at every location.

 

PUBLIC LIBRARY FREE AFTER SCHOOL AND SUMMER LUNCHES

After school and summer meals Monday-Friday at many city and county branches provided by Operation Food Search.

 

SHELTER FOR MEN 

  

A Housing Helpline referral is required by most (but not all) of the shelters and transitional housing providers in this book.

Call 314-657-1704 or 211 to start the process

BIDDLE HOUSE OPPORTUNITIES CENTER

1212 N 13th Street 63101

Phone: 314-802-0700 or 314-612-16754

Overnight shelter for men only. Daytime services and meals for residents only.

CITY HOPE ST. LOUIS

5501 Delmar Blvd Suite B410, 63112

(Several shelter locations)

www.cityhopestl.org

Phone: 314-904-4673

City Hope St. Louis provides immediate shelter and resources for individuals in the Saint Louis Metropolitan Region experiencing homelessness or are at risk of becoming homeless.

Contact 314-657-1704 or 211 to start the intake process.

COVENANT HOUSE

2727 North Kingshighway, 63113

www.covenanthousemo.org   

Phone: 314-533-2241

For Youth Only. Access to shelter, food, clothing, blankets, showers, laundry facilities, information, referrals, and crisis intervention

GRACE HOUSE

2529 North 11th Street, 63106

Phone: 314-802-0700 or 314-802-5444

Low-barrier 24-hour safe haven leading to permanent housing through the Housing First Model. Operated by St. Patrick Center.

 

PETER & PAUL COMMUNITY SERVICES

Shelter Address: 711 Allen Ave, 63104    

Phone: 314-621-5520

Administrative Offices: 2612 Wyoming, 63118   

Phone: 314-588-7111

www.ppcsinc.org

Assists homeless and near-homeless single men. Emergency shelter, year-round transitional programs, meals, showers, lockers, medical referrals, case mgmt.

SALVATION ARMY ADULT REHAB CENTER

3949 Forest Park Ave, 63108

Phone: 314-678-5500

Residential treatment and work in addition to group and individual therapy.

ST. PATRICK WELCOME CENTER 

800 N. Tucker St., St. Louis, 63101

https://www.stpatrickcenter.org/

Phone: 314-802-0700

Monday-Friday by 8 a.m. Early arrival suggested.

 

STEPPING INTO THE LIGHT MINISTRY

1402 Hebert St., 63107

www.sitlm.org    

Phone: 314-231-5175

90-day residential faith-based treatment program for drug and alcohol abuse. Can be walk-in or referral. Call first if possible.

SHELTER FOR WOMEN 

 

A Housing Helpline referral is required by most (but not all) of the shelters and transitional housing providers in this book.

Call 314-657-1704 or 211 to start the process.

You may also apply at the St. Patrick Center Welcome Center

(800 N. Tucker St., St. Louis, MO 63101)

Monday-Friday by 8 a.m. Early arrival suggested.

 

ALIVE

(Alternatives to Living in a Violent Environment)

PO Box 28733 St. Louis, MO 63146

www.alivestl.org

Phone: 314-993-2777   

24-hour Crisis Hotline 314-993-2777

Franklin County 636-583-5700

Temporary emergency sanctuary and transportation to victims of domestic violence, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Counseling, interventions, advocacy.

ALMOST HOME

3200 St. Vincent 63104

www.almosthomestl.org 

Phone: 314-771-4663

Almost Home is a transitional residence for teenage mothers with up to two children. The program is nine months long and may be extended.

 

CITY HOPE ST. LOUIS

5501 Delmar Blvd Suite B410 63112 (Several shelter locations)

www.cityhopestl.org

Phone: 314-904-4673

Shelter and resources for individuals experiencing homelessness or at risk of becoming homeless. Contact 211 or 314-657-1704 or 314-802-0700 for intake.

 

GATEWAY 180: HOMELESSNESS REVERSED

1000 North 19th St. 63106    

www.gateway180.org

Phone: 314-231-1515

Emergency shelter services, transitional housing, and programs.

 

HAVEN OF GRACE

1225 Warren 63106      

www.havenofgracestl.org

Phone: 314-621-6507

Residential facility that assists homeless, pregnant women with shelter, goal setting, education, employment, parenting, and permanent residence.

 

KATHY WEINMAN CENTER

Phone: 314-423-1117

Temporary, emergency shelter, court advocacy, professional therapy for women and children, support groups. St. Louis County operates this shelter.

 

LOAVES AND FISHES SHELTER PROGRAM

750 McKelvey Rd, Maryland Heights, MO 63043 www.loavesandfishes-stl.org 314-291-3857

Comprehensive program for families with children. Work with homeless veterans.

 

LYDIA’S HOUSE

www.lydiashouse.org

Phone: 314-771-4411

Community and faith-based domestic violence education, transitional housing, etc.

 

MISSIONARIES OF CHARITY

3629 Cottage Ave.      63113

https://www.missionariesofcharity.org/index.html

Phone: 314-533-2777 or 314-533-9070

Emergency shelter for women and small children.

MISSOURI BAPTIST CHILDRENS HOME

11300 St. Charles Rock Road Bridgeton 63044

www.mbch.org

Phone: 800-264-6224 or 314-739-6811

Residential program for pregnant women and girls. Family services

 

OUR LADY’S INN

St. Louis: 4223 South Compton 63111

Phone: 314-351-4590

St. Charles: 3607 Highway D, Defiance 63341

Phone: 636-398-5375

www.ourladysinn.org

Emergency maternity shelter for pregnant women 18 and older and children.

 

QUEEN OF PEACE CATHEDRAL TOWER

325 N. Newstead 63108

www.qopcstl.org

Phone: 314-531-0511

Supportive and permanent housing is provided at five locations and at scattered community sites. Part of the Shelter Care Plus program. Walk-In Clinic Hours.

 

ROOM AT THE INN -- PROVIDENCE CENTER

3415 Bridgeland Dr. 63044

www.roomstl.org 

Phone:  314-209-9198, 211 or 314-802-5444 or 866-802-7155

St. Louis County immediate, temporary, emergency shelter system for women

SALVATION ARMY FAMILY HAVEN

10740 West Page Ave. 63132

www.stlsalvationarmy.org

Phone: 314-423-7770

Will take families, but no single men except during winter months under special county program. Emergency shelter and resources.

 

SAINT MARTHA’S SHELTER

P.O. Box 4950, St. Louis, MO 63108

Phone: 314-533-1313 (available 24/7)

www.saintmarthas.org    

A confidential shelter for abused women and their children. Services include individual and group counseling, legal advocacy, information, referral, and follow up. Clients must be female victims of domestic violence, 18 years old and up. Stays can be up to four months.

*

ST. PATRICK PARTNERSHIP CENTER

800 North Tucker 63101

www.stpatrickcenter.org

Phone: 314-802-0700

St. Patrick Center offers a limited number of beds for mentally ill women.

 

ST. PHILLIPINE HOME EMERGENCY SHELTER

1015 Goodfellow 63112

www.qopcstl.org

Phone: 314-454-1012

A long-term residential program for pregnant and postpartum women and children. For people who have gone through a program for drug rehab through Queen of Peace.

 

WOMEN’S SAFE HOUSE

PO Box 63010 St. Louis, MO 63163

www.twsh.org

24 Hour Crisis Hotline 314-772-4535

A shelter for battered women and their children. Services include legal advocacy, community speaking and education, housing referrals, support groups, children’s programs, and limited transportation. Now includes the Purple Leash Project, which helps create safe spaces for domestic abuse survivors and their pets.

HOUSING  

3010 APARTMENTS

3010 Washington Ave. 63103

www.3010-apartments

Phone: 314-833-4040

One-bedroom apartments operated by Salvation Army as low-income housing for residents with a source of income.

 

ALMOST HOME

3200 St. Vincent 63104

www.almosthomestl.org   

Phone: 314-771-4663

Almost Home is a transitional residence for teenage mothers with up to two children.

 

BETTER FAMILY LIFE

5415 Page Blvd. 63112

www.betterfamilylife.org/housing-asset-development-

Phone: 314-367-3440

Assistance for first-time home buyers, foreclosure intervention and more.

BEYOND HOUSING

6506 Wright Way     Pine Lawn, MO 63121

www.BeyondHousing.org

Phone: 314-533-0600

Programs to prevent foreclosure, first-time home buyer programs and rentals.

CARDINAL RITTER SENIOR SERVICES

7601 Watson Rd, 63119

cwww.cardinalritterseniorservices.org

Phone: 314-961-8000

Social service programs, affordable housing, independent living, assisted living, dementia care, nursing facilities. Check the website for locations, program, etc.

 

COMMUNITY ACTION AGENCY OF ST. LOUIS COUNTY (CAASLC)

2709 Woodson Rd. Overland 63114

www.caastlc.org

Phone: 314-863-0015

Comprehensive housing assistance programs which include home ownership, housing counseling, and rent or mortgage assistance.

 

COMMUNITY WOMEN AGAINST HARDSHIP

3963 West Belle Place 63112

www.cwah.org

Phone: 314-289-7523

Transitional housing location and many other family-based programs.

 

THE CORE COLLECTIVE AT ST. VINCENT’S

7401 Florissant Rd, St. Louis, MO 63121

www.thecorecollectivestl.org

Phone: 314-261-6011

The Core Collective has two transitional living programs for youth ages 16-22.

 

CRIMINAL JUSTICE MINISTRY

2342 LaSalle Street, St. Louis 63104

www.cjmstlouis.org

Phone: 314-652-8062

Serves the incarcerated, formerly incarcerated and their families. Services are by appointment. Referrals from parole, probation or other case workers preferred.

Release To Rent: Reentry housing and case management for men and women approved for probation or parole. Referral must be submitted by IPO before release. R2RV: Housing program for justice involved homeless veterans.

Release to Rent LITE: Up to six months of supportive housing for men or women who have already been released and are working full-time but are having difficulty finding housing due to criminal record.

Let’s Start: Support groups and case management for women and their families.

Things For Dads
Disability
Domestic Violence Resurces
Drop-In Centers
Employment & Training
Food Programs & Pantries

DOORWAYS (COOPER HOUSE)

1101 North Jefferson Ave. 63106

www.doorwayshousing.org 

Phone: 314-535-1919

Provides housing and related supportive services to improve quality of life and health outcomes for people affected by HIV/AIDS.

 

FATHER DEMPSEY’S HOME

3427 Washington Blvd. 63103

www.archstl.org/fatherdempseyscharities

Phone: 314-535-7221

Partially furnished apartments from $325 per month for older men. Some meals are provided. Call for availability.

 

GATEWAY 180 HOMELESS SERVICES

1000 North 19th Street 63106

www.gateway180.org

Phone: 314-231-1515

24-hour emergency shelter for single women and families leading to permanent housing as soon as possible. Some transitional housing. Meals, counseling, and more.

 

GATEWAY HOUSING FIRST

1104 S. Jefferson Ave. (Front)

Saint Louis, MO 63104

www.gatewayhousingfirst.org

Phone: 314-771-5335

Housing placement services, emergency assistance and limited case management to households needing Permanent Supportive Housing. Several locations.

 

HABITAT FOR HUMANITY

3830 South Grand Blvd, 63118

www.habitatstl.org   

Phone: 314-371-0400

First-time homebuyer’s program that helps qualified families build their own home from the ground up, through a combination of volunteer and sweat equity labor.

 

HARRIS HOUSE

8327 S. Broadway 63111

www.harrishouse.org   

Phone: 314-786-3635

Alcohol and drug rehab services to men and women including transitional housing.

 

HAVEN RECOVERY HOMES

www.havenrecoveryhomes.com

Phone: 314-930-9384

Furnished houses with live-in housing managers, resource assistance for treatment and employment connections in supportive alcohol-and drug-free environment.

 

HILLJACK HOUSE

5417 S. Grand Blvd. 63111

www.hilljackhouse.org

Phone: 314-255-3964

Supportive sober apartment living in south city buildings for men and women.

 

HOMELESS VETERAN’S PROGRAMS

515 N Jefferson Ave. 63103

www.va.gov/homeless

Phone: 314-652-4100 Ext. 55460

Provides intake, assessment, referral, counseling, consultation for rehabilitative services, and residential placement. Call for more information.

 

HOPE HOUSE

1611 Hodiamont Ave. 63112

www.hopehousestl.org

Phone: 314-382-3801

Transitional housing apartments for homeless families, comprehensive social services, family development, vocational and educational counseling, and more.

 

HORIZON HOUSING DEVELOPMENT COMPANY

3001 Arsenal St. St. Louis, MO 63118 www.hhdc-stl.org

Phone: 314-865-0383

Housing services to St. Louis City residents with developmental disabilities.

 

JUSTINE PETERSEN

1023 North Grand Blvd. 63106

www.justinepetersen.org

Phone: 314-533-2411

Homeowner and small business loans, credit counseling, supportive services.

 

KEYWAY CENTER FOR DIVERSION AND REENTRY

(Formerly Center for Women in Transition) 7716 South Broadway 63111

www.cwitstl.org

Phone: 314-771-5207

Three transitional housing facilities and additional scattered site housing for women reentering the St. Louis area from a correctional facility. Includes supportive services.

 

LYDIA’S HOUSE

PO Box 2722 63116

www.lydiashouse.org

Phone: 314-771-4411

Safe, confidential apartments and services for abused women and children.

 

MAGDALA FOUNDATION

4158 Lindell Blvd. 63108

Phone: 314-652-6004

www.magdala-house.org

A variety of residential and community-based programs for intellectually and developmentally disabled adults, including Adult Day Care, as well as transitional, emergency housing and drug rehabilitation.

 

MARYGROVE

2705 Mullanphy Lane Florissant 63031

www.marygrovechildren.org

Phone: 314-830-6201

Transitional housing and crisis care for children who are in need of emergency care due to homelessness, potential abuse/neglect, parental stress, etc.

 

MARY RYDER HOME

4361 Olive St 63108

www.maryryderhome.providentstl.org

Phone: 314-531-2981

A nonprofit residential care facility for low-income senior women.

 

MOVE: MISSOURI VETERANS ENDEAVOR

8410 Engler Park Ct. St. John 63114

www.move-stl.org

Phone: 314-778-9497

Provides long-term supportive housing and services to veterans and family members.

 

OXFORD HOUSE

www.oxfordhouse.org

Women’s Houses Information: 314-449-6572 Men’s Houses Information: 314-367-3407

National, self-run, self-supported, addiction recovery houses.

 

PETER & PAUL COMMUNITY SERVICES

Shelter Address: 711 Allen Ave. 63104    

Phone: 314-621-5520

Administrative Offices: 2612 Wyoming 63118

Phone: 314-588-7111

www.ppcsinc.org

Assists homeless and near-homeless single men. 60-bed year-round emergency shelter, a 20-bed year-round transitional program, meals, showers, lockers, medical referrals, living skills classes, and case management.

QUEEN OF PEACE CATHEDRAL TOWER

325 N. Newstead 63108

www.qopcstl.org

Phone: 314-531-0511

Supportive and permanent housing is provided at five locations and at scattered community sites. Part of the Shelter Care Plus program. Walk-In Clinic Hours.

 

PROMISE COMMUNITY HOMES (Formerly Rainbow Village)

1240 Dautel Lane St. Louis, MO 63146

www.promisecommunityhomes.org   

Phone: 314-567-1522

Services for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD) by providing safe, affordable, and well-maintained neighborhood homes.

 

RISE REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT

1627 Washington Avenue St. Louis, MO 63103

www.risestl.org/

Phone: 314-3333-7000

In addition to planning and consulting, they lease and manage many low- and moderate-income housing developments throughout the area.

 

SAINTS JOACHIM & ANN CARE SERVICE

4116 McClay Road, St. Charles, MO 63304

www.jacares.org            

Phone: 636-441-1302

Housing Assistance, Children and Family Development, Food Pantry, Adopt-A-Family,

 

SALVATION ARMY ADULT REHAB CENTER

3949 Forest Park Ave. 63108

https://satruck.org/

Phone: 314-678-5500

Provides residential treatment and work in addition to group and individual therapy.

 

SALVATION ARMY FAMILY HAVEN

10740 West Page Ave. 63132

Phone: 314-423-7770

A transitional housing resource for women and children with various programs focused on family stability.

 

STEPPING INTO THE LIGHT MINISTRY

1402 Hebert 63107    

www.sitlm.org/

Phone: 314-231-5175

90-day residential treatment program for drug and alcohol abuse.

 

ST. LOUIS CITY AND COUNTY HOUSING AUTHORITY AND EAST ST. LOUIS HOUSING AUTHORITY

St. Louis City: 3520 Page Blvd. 63106

www.slha.org

Phone: 314-531-4770   

Section 8 Waiting List: 314-286-4361

 

St. Louis County Housing Authority:

8865 Natural Bridge Rd     63121

www.haslc.com

Phone: 314-428-3200

 

East St. Louis Housing Authority

700 N 20th St, East St Louis, IL 62205

www.eslha.org

Phone: 618-215-6759

 

WOMEN’S SAFE HOUSE

PO Box 63010 63163

www.twsh.org

24 Hour Crisis Hotline 314-772-4535

Multi-service shelter for battered women and their children.

 

YWCA WOMEN’S RESOURCE CENTERS

1155 Olivette Executive Parkway St. Louis, MO 63132 (Drop-in Center)

www.ywcastl.org

Phone: 314-5311-1115

Participants in the Rapid Re-Housing Program may receive financial assistance to achieve housing stability, such as rent, childcare, utilities. 

Housing: Shelter for Men
Housing
Food Programs & Pantries by Zip Code
Housing: Shelters For Women

               IMMIGRANT SERVICES

AMERICAN RED CROSS - ST. LOUIS CHAPTER

10195 Corporate Square Dr. 63132

www.redcrossstl.org   314-516-2843

International Services provides tracing and messaging.

 

BILINGUAL INTERNATIONAL ASSISTANT SERVICES

4030 Chouteau Ave, Suite 700    63110

www.bilingualstl.org   314-645-7800

Mental health and social services to the elderly and disabled foreign born. Provides trauma-informed mental health services for immigrant and refugee youth. Legal services include counseling, case management, translation/interpretation services and referrals. Serves as Affordable Care Act ACA Navigator.

 

CG IMMIGRATION LAW, LLC

2714 Cherokee Street 63118

www.cgimmigrationlaw.info   

Phone: 314-514-4248

Variety of services from green cards, work permits, family visas, DACA, and more.

 

CASA DE SALUD

3200 Chouteau Ave. 63103

www.casadesaludstl.org

Phone: 314-977-1250

Comprehensive medical services and referral services, primarily for adults.

 

CATHOLIC LEGAL IMMIGRATION NETWORK, INC.

www.cliniclegal.org

For text assistance in many languages.

 

CATHOLIC LEGAL ASSISTANCE MINISTRY (CLAM)

100 N. Tucker Blvd., Suite 726 63101 (No Walk-Ins, call for appointment)

www.sfcsstl.org/locations/clam/

Phone: 314-977-3993

 

CHRISTIAN FRIENDS OF NEW AMERICANS

4019 South Grand Blvd. St. Louis, MO 63118

www.cfna-stl.org

Phone: 314-351-1740

Outreach ministry to immigrants and refugees in the St. Louis area.

 

ENGLISH TO SPEAKERS OF OTHER LANGUAGES (ESOL)

1530 S. Grand Blvd. 63104

www.slps.org   

Phone: 314-664-1066

Bi-lingual Program-St. Louis Public Schools. Many locations and school sites.

 

HISPANIC CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

20 North Sarah Street, 63108

www.hccstl.com   

Phone: 314-664-4432

Promotes and supports Hispanic small businesses through programs & services.

 

HOUSE OF GOODS BAITULMAL

5911 Southwest Ave, St. Louis, MO 63139

www.islamstl.org/baitulmal 

Phone: 314-833-3300

Household items, clothing, funeral home, health clinic, social services.

 

IFCLA (St. Louis Interfaith Committee on Latin America)

5021 Adkins Ave St. Louis, MO 63116

www.stl-ifcla.org

Phone: 314-721-2977

Welcomes undocumented people, advocating to help stop deportation assisting with legal clinics, and sheltering immigrants in danger of immediate deportation.

IMMIGRANT HOME ENGLISH LEARNING PROGRAM (HELP)

5021 Adkins Ave., Rooms 14 &214, 63116

www.ihelpstl.org

Phone: 314-771-1104

Teaches basic English and living skills to immigrants in their own homes.

 

INTERNATIONAL INSTITUTE

3401 Arsenal Street  63118     

www.iistl.org   

Phone: 314-773-9090

This organization offers many services for new arrivals to the St. Louis area.

 

LANGUAGE ACCESS METRO PROJECT (LAMP)

8050 Watson Rd., Suite 340 63119

www.lampinterpreters.org   

Phone: 314-842-0062 or 866-948-7133

Translation services. Specialists in medical interpreting.

 

LEGAL AID

Legal Services of Eastern Missouri

701 Market Street, Suite 1100 63101

www.lsem.org   

Phone: 314-534-4200 or 800-444-0514

Immigration Law Project offers many resources and services. 21 Counties.

M.I.C.A. PROJECT (IMMIGRANT COMMUNITY ACTION PROJEC)

1600 S. Kingshighway Blvd. Suite 2N 63110

www.mica-project.org   

Phone: 314-995-6995     Toll Free: 855-995-6995

Sliding scale fees for individual legal services family-based immigration, asylum.

 

MOSAIC PROJECT

120 S Central Ave, Suite 1200, Clayton, MO 63105

www.stlmosaicproject.org    

Phone: 314-398-1391 or 314-615-8107

Works with immigrant entrepreneurs, international students, employers, welcoming community members/schools/companies. Career networking.

 

NAHED CHAPMAN NEW AMERICAN ACADEMY(NCNAA)

1547 S. Theresa Ave. 63104

www.slps.org/NCNAA

Phone: 314-776-3285

Accelerated English training, and more through the St. Louis Public Schools.

 

OASIS INTERNATIONAL

5035 Gravois Ave. 63116

www.oasis4refugees.org   

Phone: 314-353-3800

English classes, clothing, furniture, more for primarily refugee families.

 

SAINT FRANCIS COMMUNITY SERVICES SOUTHSIDE CENTER 4222 Delor St. 63116

www.sfcsstl.org   

Phone: 314-773-6100

Case management, mental health counseling, youth programming, legal serv.

 

(USCIS) US Citizenship and Immigration Service

www.uscis.gov

Service and Office Locator to check status, change of address, and much more.

 

VITENDO 4 AFRICA (V4A)

7220 N. Lindbergh Blvd., Suite 270 Hazelwood 63042

www.vitendo4africa.org   

Phone: 314-252-0488

Programs and support. Health and home ownership programs and more.

 

WELCOME NEIGHBOR STL

4170 Delor Street  63116

Phone: 314-257-9883

www.welcomeneighborstl.org

Various programs to assist refugees and new arrivals, including cooking and sales.

                  LEGAL SERVICES

AMERICAN CIVIL LIBERTIES UNION (ACLU)

906 Olive St. #1130 63101

www.aclu-mo.org

Phone: 314-652-3111

 

ARCH CITY DEFENDERS

Civil Rights Attorneys 440 N. 4th Street, Suite 390 63102

www.archcitydefenders.org     

Phone: 855-724-2489 Local Number: 314-361-8834

Free or low-cost legal representation from minor criminal offenses to landlord-tenant law, to family law issues. Call for information about their BAIL advocacy.

 

CATHOLIC LEGAL ASSISTANCE MINISTRY (CLAM)

100 N. Tucker Blvd., Suite 726 63101

www.sfcsstl.org/locations/clam

Phone: 314-977-3993

Domestic issues, cases involving paternity, orders of protection, immigration.

 

CATHOLIC LEGAL IMMIGRATION NETWORK

www.cliniclegal.org/

Immigration attorneys who specialize in advocacy, worker immigration law, and more.

 

CIRCUIT ATTORNEY’S OFFICES

St. Louis City: 314-622-4373 St. Louis County: 314-615-4872

St. Charles County: 636-949-7370

Orders of protection, victims’ services.

 

COLLEGE CHURCH OUTREACH PROGRAM

St. Francis Xavier College Church

3628 Lindell, Lower Level SFX Ballroom, St. Louis, MO 63108

www.sfxstl.org/outreach

Phone: 314-977-7300

Assistance with both birth certificates and Missouri State IDs. Arrive by 8:45am on Tuesdays or make an appointment.

 

CREA: City of St. Louis Civil Rights Enforcement Agency.

1114 Market Street #626 63101

Phone: 314-622-3301

Equal opportunity enforcement.

 

CRIME VICTIMS’ ADVOCACY CENTER

539 North Grand Blvd., Suite 400 63103

www.supportvictims.org/   

Hotline: 314-652-3623

Legal Assistance: 314-664-6699

Providing services that combine expertise in domestic violence issues, including legal advocacy, safety planning, legal referrals, and legal representation for Orders of Protection. Also counseling, support groups and advocacy.

 

FATHERS and FAMILIES SUPPORT CENTER

1601 Olive St. 63103 and more locations www.fatherssupportcenter.org

Phone: 314-333-4170

Legal services in the areas of child support, visitation, child custody and more.

 

FEDERAL BONDING PROGRAM

301 West High Street Jefferson City, MO 65109   

Phone: 866-506-0251

Fidelity bonding insurance coverage to individuals with criminal histories.

 

LAMDA LEGAL

www.lambdalegal.org

National Headquarters New York City

Phone: 212-809-8585

The nation’s oldest and largest legal organization working for the civil rights of lesbians, gay men, transgender and people with HIV/AIDS.

 

LAWYER REFERRAL SERVICE

www.bamsl.org

Phone: 314-621-6681

Bar Association referral service maintains a listing of attorneys who practice in the metropolitan St. Louis, Missouri-Illinois area.

 

LEGAL AID (Legal Services of Eastern Missouri)

701 Market Street, Suite 1100, 63101 and four additional offices.

www.lsem.org

Phone: 314-534-4200 or 800-444-0514

Legal services in the areas of housing, domestic issues, financial, health, immigration, elderly and many others, including some social services. Tenant rights advocacy.

 

LEGAL ASSISTANCE WEBSITES

www.courts.mo.gov www.stlcin.missouri.org

Attorney General’s Office: www.ago.mo.gov

Victims of Crime: www.okbemad.org

 

MACARTHUR JUSTICE CENTER

906 Olive Street, Suite 420, St. Louis, MO 63101

www.macarthurjustice.org

Phone: 314-254-8540

A civil rights law firms with a focus on jails and prisons, as well as court reform sentencing and parole practices, death penalty and policing.

 

MISSOURI BAR LAWYER REFERRAL SERVICE

www.missourilawyershelp.org \

Phone: 573-635-4128 (Legal Services Line)

 

NEW COVENANT LEGAL SERVICES

4236 Lindell Blvd, Suite 201 63108

www.newcovenantlegalservices.org

Phone: 314-726-6489

Provides legal services on a sliding scale basis.

 

PUBLIC DEFENDER, CITY

1114 Market St. 63101

Phone: 314-340-7625 PUBLIC DEFENDER,

COUNTY

100 S Central Ave. Clayton 63105

Phone: 314-615-4778

 

ST. LOUIS CITY JUSTICE CENTER/JAIL

200 S. Tucker Blvd. 63102 St. Louis City

Phone: 314-621-5848

 

SAINT LOUIS UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF LAW LEGAL CLINICS

100 N. Tucker Blvd. 63101   

Phone: 314-977-2778

Litigation, transactional work, advocacy, criminal defense, human rights.

 

ST. FRANCIS COMMUNITY SERVICES

4222 Delor Street 63116

www.sfcsstl.org

Phone: 314-773-6100

Family law, immigration law, veterans advocacy, Housing Opportunity Project, more.

 

LGBTQ

EPWORTH’S YOUTH DROP-IN CENTER

Street Outreach 7520 Natural Bridge Rd. Normandy 63121

www.epworth.org

Office-314-222-4877  

Outreach-314-952-8689

24/7 Helpline 314-727-6294    

800-899-KIDS (5437)

IT GETS BETTER PROJECT      www.itgetsbetter.org

 

LAMDA LEGAL

www.lambdalegal.org National Headquarters New York City

Phone: 212-809-8585

National legal organization representing numerous issues in courts and advocacy.

LGBT National Youth Talk 800-246-7743

Help Center: www.lgbthotline.org

Free & confidential peer-support, information, and local resources.

 

METRO TRANS UMBRELLA GROUP (MTUG)

3133 Oregon Ave 63118

www.stlmetrotrans.org/

Phone: 314-349-1402

Resources, programs, events website lists testing sites, medical resources.

 

METROPOLITAN COMMUNITY CHURCH OF GREATER ST. LOUIS

7423 Michigan Ave. 63111       

www.mccgsl.org.   

Phone: 314-361-3221

An LGBTQIA+ congregation that provides a variety of resources, and programs.

 

PLANNED PARENTHOOD

4251 Forest Park Ave. 63108 Main location

www.plannedparenthood.org          

Phone: 314-531-7526 800-230-PLAN (7526)

General health care, HIV Testing, LGBT Services, treatment & vaccines.

 

PRIDE ST. LOUIS      

P.O. Box 15051, St. Louis, MO 63110

Phone: 314-325-9794     

www.pridestl.org

Resources, events, advocacy.

 

RUSTIN’S PLACE DROP-IN CENTER

3533 Dunn Rd. Suite 228, Florissant 63033 314-695-5188

www.minorityhealthstl.org/

Phone: 314-385-1935

SAFE: a Rustin’s Place

A program of Williams and Associates. Safe haven, free wi-fi, washers and dryers. STD/ST testing, social activities, health education. PREP available, testing.

 

STEPS ALANO CLUB

3974 Humphrey St. 63116    

www.stepsalanoclub.org

Non-profit meeting space for 12 step recovery fellowships.

 

ST. LOUIS GENDER FOUNDATION: LGBT COMMUNITY RESOURCES

www.stlouisgenderfoundation.org

Phone: 314-607-4163

 

THE SPOT

4169 Laclede 63108

www.thespot.wustl.edu     

Phone: 314-535-0413

(for ages 13-24) A drop-in center opens M-F afternoons. Computers, laundry, showers, testing, more.

 

THE TREVOR PROJECT

Phone: 866-488-7386 (24/7)

www.thetrevorproject.org

Trevor Text is a phone service. Text “START” to 678678.

National organization providing crisis intervention, resources, and suicide prevention services to LGBTQ young people ages 13-24.

MEAL PROVIDERS

Below is a list of places that serve MEALS AND SANDWICHES.

63101

ST PATRICK CENTER-

Shamrock 800 N. Tucker

Phone: 314-802-0700

Lunch 7 days a week 12:00pm -12:30pm

 

63103

CENTRAL BAPTIST CHURCH

2842 Washington Ave.

Phone: 314-533-0747

Lunch Tuesdays, 12:00 noon.

 

63104

FOCUS GATEWAY CITY

1901 Ann Ave.

Phone: 314-776-4205

Supper is 4:30 - 5:30 every Sunday that falls on the 2nd through the 21st of every month.

 

PETER AND PAUL

Church Hall 1919 S. 7th. Street

Monday through Friday 5:00-5:45 pm. Saturday and Sunday noon-12:45 pm

 

ST. VINCENT CHURCH

1408 S 10th St.    

Phone: 314-231-9328

Enter 9th Street side.

Sandwich window Monday to Saturday from 11am-1pm.

Dinner on 22nd to 1st of each month from 5pm-6pm.

 

SOUP ALLEY/TRINITY CHURCH

812 Soulard Ave.

Phone: 314-231-4092

Monday-Friday 9:00am - 10:30am. Saturday 10:00am - 11:00 am

 

63106

GATEWAY 180,

1000 North 19th Street

Brown bag lunches seven days a week, all day.

 

63108

TRINITY EPISCOPAL CHURCH

600 North Euclid Ave. 63108

Phone: 314-361-4655 (message only)

Hot meal every Sunday 2:00 pm. Enter through the Washington Avenue entrance.

 

63112

CENTENNIAL CHRISTIAN CHURCH

4950 Fountain Ave.  63113

www.cccstl.org/

Phone: 314-367-1818

Zip Codes: 63112, 63113, 63115, 63108

Lunch: Wed and Fri. 11:00 am-1:00 pm.

 

63113

WEST SIDE MB CHURCH

4675 Page Blvd.

Phone: 314-535-9002

Dinner: Monday, Wednesday, Friday 5:30pm - 6:30pm

 

MISSIONARIES OF CHARITY

2500 Spring Ave.

Phone: 314-533-9070

Every day except Thursday 10 - 11am.

 

BRIDGE OF HOPE

4001 Cottage Ave.

Phone: 314-405-0253

Lunches Monday - Thursday until 1pm.

 

63115

ST. LOUIS DREAM CENTER

4324 Margaretta Ave.

Phone: 314-381-0700

Call for times.

 

ST. JOHN’S CHURCH

3672 Arsenal St.

Phone: 314-772-3970

Dinner every Saturday 4:00pm - 6:00pm.

 

63116 and 63118

CHAPEL FOR THE EXCEPTIONAL

3436 Winnebago Street

Phone: 314-776-7172

Hot meals Tuesdays and Thursdays 10:30-11am. Bring ID.

Call first to confirm the times if possible.

 

Many City and County Public Libraries offer free

after school and summer lunch programs for children ages 5-18.

MEDICAL

COVER MISSOURI (The Health Insurance Marketplace)

www.covermissouri.org & www.healthcare.gov                                               

Phone: 800-466-3213

AFFORDABLE CARE ACT (Obamacare) 800-318-2596

AFFINIA HEALTH CARE

www.affiniahealthcare.org

Phone: 314-814-8700 for appointment

Phone: 314-898-1700 for information

Phone: 314-898-1058 for Affinia Urgent Care

Many locations throughout the area. Sliding fee scale to uninsured patients.

 

ASTHMA AND ALLERGY FOUNDATION Medical Assistance Program

5501 Delmar Blvd., Suite A450 63112

www.aafastl.org

Phone: 314-645-2422

Provides asthma and allergy medications, equipment, and resources for children.

 

CARESTLHEALTH (formerly Myrtle Hilliard Davis Health Centers)

5471 Dr. Martin Luther King Dr. 63112 And several more locations.

www.carestlhealth.org

Phone: 314-367-5820

Behavioral health, chiropractic, dental, family practice, prenatal, pediatrics and more. Medical care to underserved, underinsured, and uninsured populations.

 

CASA de SALUD

3200 Chouteau 63103

www.casadesaludstl.org

Phone: 314-977-1250

Low-cost health clinic for uninsured patients, providing on-site health care.

 

COMMUNICABLE DISEASES/STD DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH

1520 Market St., Suite 4027 63103

Phone: 314-872-1431

HIV/AIDS Care, Education, Planning, TB Control, Surveillance, and Intervention.

 

FAMILY CARE HEALTH CENTERS

Carondelet: 401 Holly Hills Avenue  63111   

Phone: 314-353-5190

Forest Park Southeast: 4352 Manchester Avenue  63110     

Phone: 314-531-5444

www.familycarehealthcenters.org

Affordable and accessible primary care and dental care. Sliding scale.

 

HOPE CLINIC FOR WOMEN

1602 21st Street, Granite City, IL 62040

Emergency/After Hours: 618-346-3040      

www.hopeclinic.com 

Phone:  618-451-5722

For financial assistance & more, call Regional Logistics Center: 618-607-5080

 

JAMAA BIRTH VILLAGE

40 N Florissant Rd., Ferguson 63135

www.jamaabirthvillage.org

Phone: 314-643-7703

Doula care, midwifery support services, nutrition education, and more, including doula training programs and family support.

 

JOHN C MURPHY HEALTH CENTER

6121 North Hanley Road Berkeley, MO 63134

Phone: 314 615-0500

Adult medical services including dental, OB/GYN, lead screening, immunizations.

MISSOURI DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND SENIOR SERVICES

www.health.mo.gov/seniors/homecomservices/    

Phone: 866-835-3505

Home based services available, including payment for personal care by family.

 

NURSES FOR NEWBORNS

3 Sunnen Dr, Maplewood, MO 63143

www.nursesfornewborns.org

Phone: 314-544-3433

Free healthcare services, resources, and supplies through Nurse Home Visiting Program to infants and prenatal mothers. Can be self-referral.

 

PEOPLE’S HEALTH CENTERS

5701 Delmar Blvd. 63112

www.phcenters.org

Phone: 314-367-7848

Provides a wide range of health care and social services. Many locations.

 

PLANNED PARENTHOOD

4251 Forest Park Ave. 63108

www.plannedparenthood.org

Phone: 314-531-7526

Main location. 800-230-PLAN (7526). Many health services and testing.

 

ST. LOUIS DENTAL EDUCATION AND ORAL HEALTH CENTER

A partnership of A.T. Still University and Affinia Healthcare

1500 Park Ave 63104    

www.stldentalcenter.org/

Phone: 314-833-2700

Affordable oral healthcare services for patients of all ages.

THE ST. LOUIS INTEGRATED HEALTH NETWORK

1520 Market St., Suite 4034 63103

www.stlouisihn.org

Phone: 314-657-1566

A network of community health centers. Primary care, dental, eye care.

 

STLHELP (Medical Equipment Lending Program)

9709 Dielman Rock Island Ind. Drive St. Louis, MO 63132

www.stlhelp.org

Phone: 314-897-HELP (4357)

Includes wheelchairs, scooters, walkers, crutches, beds, canes, etc. Call first.

 

VISITING NURSE ASSOCIATION

2029 Woodland Parkway, Suite 105, Maryland Heights, MO 631461

www.vnastl.org   

Phone: 314-918-7171

 

VIVENT HEALTH (Formerly St. Louis Effort for Aids)

2653 Locust Street.  63103

www.viventhealth.org/

Phone: 314-645-6451 or 800-359-9272

Education on prevention support services to those affected by HIV/AIDS.

 

WIC: WOMEN, INFANT AND CHILDREN PROGRAMS -Nutrition

www.wicprograms.org   

Locations throughout the area and in most clinics.

 

WILLIAMS AND ASSOCIATES

3737 North Kingshighway Blvd., Suite 204-206, 63115 and more locations.

www.minorityhealthstl.org

Phone: 314-385-1935

Provides health education, disease prevention, health promotion, std treatment, and care services that address health disparities of minorities in the region.

 

WISH CENTER St. Mary’s Hospital

1035 Bellevue Ave., Suite 205 Richmond Heights 63117

www.ssmhealth.com/locations/location-details/wish-center

Phone: 314-768-8230

Women and Infants Substance Help provides comprehensive maternity care to pregnant women who are dependent on opioid drugs. Long-term support services.

                                                                             MENTAL HEALTH

Prevention and treatment of all forms of child abuse and neglect. Coverage now in St Louis City, St. Louis, Jefferson, St. Charles, and Franklin Counties.

DIAL 988

(Crisis and Suicide Prevention Hotline)

www.suicidepreventionlifeline.org/

TEXT: 741741 Quick response for mental health issues or crisis.

 

ANNIE MALONE CHILDREN & FAMILY CENTER

2612 Annie Malone Dr. 63113

www.anniemalone.com    

Phone: 314-531-0120 or 314-531-2612

Parenting education, self-help, therapy, respite, counseling and more.

 

BEHAVIORAL HEALTH RESPONSE (BHR)

www.bhrstl.org   

24-hour Crisis Lines: 314-469-6644 or 800-811-4760

Many locations, services, trainings, including help for youth.

 

BJC BEHAVIORAL HEALTH

3309 South Kingshighway Blvd. 63139 and more locations.

www.bjcbehavioralhealth.org

Phone: 314-747-7491 toll-free: 877-729-4004

After hours: 314-469-6644 or toll-free 800-811-4760

Mental health services and supportive services. Many locations. Free counseling and other resources for children and adults.

 

BRIC/The Bullet Related Injury Clinic

5501 Delmar 63112 (Delmar Divine)

www.thebric.org   

Phone: 314-624-0398

Free visits and services for victims of gunshot injuries.

 

CASA DE SALUD: FAMILY MENTAL HEALTH COLLABORATIVE

1015 S. Compton 63103

www.casadesaludstl.org    

Phone: 314-977-1240

Clinical and mental health care to the uninsured, with a special focus on the immigrant community. Many languages are spoken.

 

CATHOLIC CHARITIES/St. Louis Counseling

4445 Lindell Blvd. 63108

www.ccstl.org

Phone: 314-367-5500

Various locations for psychiatric and mental health services and counseling.

 

CENTREPOINTE HOSPITAL AND OUTPATIENT CLINICS

St. Charles: 4801 Weldon Spring Parkway 63304

www.centerpointehospital.com

Phone: 866-924-2522

More locations. Residential & outpatient mental health, substance abuse treatment.

 

CHAD’S COALITION (for Mental Health)

4121 Union Road #224, 63129

www.chadscoalition.org   

Phone: 314-952-2046

A variety of suicide and bullying prevention education programs & support.

 

COMPREHENSIVE BEHAVIORAL HEALTH CENTER

505 South 8th St. East St. Louis, IL 62201

www.cbhc1.org       

Phone: 618-482-7330 (Office)

Mental health and substance abuse treatment Works with Alton Mental Health Cntr.

 

COMMUNITY PSYCHOLOGICAL SERVICES (at UMSL)

232 Stadler Hall, One University Blvd. 63121

Phone: 314-516-5771.

www.umsl.edu/services/cps

Outpatient mental health center established by the University of Missouri-St. Louis.

 

COMPASS HEALTH NETWORK

www.compasshealthnetwork.org

Mental Health Crisis Line: 888-237-4567

Appointment or information: or 844-853-8937

A variety of behavioral health programs and services. Many locations.

DEPARTMENT OF MENTAL HEALTH

www.dmh.mo.gov

The Department of Mental Health website includes numerous resources on crisis intervention, drug and alcohol abuse, developmental disabilities, and more.

 

EPWORTH CHILDREN AND FAMILY SERVICES

Main Campus: 110 N Elm Ave. Webster Groves, MO 63119

Epworth Intrada 6336 South Grand Boulevard St. Louis MO 63111

www.epworth.org

Phone: 314-918-3301

Phone: 1-800-899-KIDS (5437)

Comprehensive treatment programs, including residential, outreach, foster care case management, independent living options.

 

FAMILY FORWARD

11358 Van Cleve Ave St Louis, MO 63114, and more locations

www.familyforwardmo.org/

Phone: 314-968-2350

HAWTHORN CHILDREN’S PSYCHIATRIC HOSPITAL

1901 Pennsylvania Ave. 63133

www.dmh.mo.gov/hcph

Phone: 314-512-7800

Phone: 314-512-7593 (TTY)

A children’s psychiatric hospital operated by the MO Dept. of Mental Health.

 

HOPEWELL MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES

www.hopewellcenter.com    

Phone: 314-531-1770  

Emergency: 314-531-7335

 

AMANDA LUCKETT HOPEWELL CENTER

5669 Delmar Blvd 63112 

hopewellcenter.com

Phone: 314-531-1770

Provides mental health case management and psychiatric services. On site pharmacy for prescription medications. No walk-ins. Must make appointment,

 

HYLAND BEHAVIORAL HEALTH CENTER/MERCY BEHAVIORAL HEALTH

10010 Kennerly Rd, 63128 

Phone: 314-525-7275

www.mercy.net/practice/hyland-behavioral-health-center/

Services are provided by Mercy Hospital South.

 

INDEPENDENCE CENTER

Clubhouse: 4245 Forest Park Ave. 63108

Phone: 314-533-4245

www.independencecenter.org

Assists adults with serious, persistent mental illnesses to live and work in the community.

 

JEWISH FAMILY AND CHILDREN’S SERVICE

10950 Schuetz Rd. 63146

www.jfcs-stl.org

Phone: 314-993-1000

JF&CS provides therapy, counseling and an assortment of programs for adults and children with a full range of emotional and behavioral issues. Sliding scale. Open to all.

 

KEYSTONE MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES/Our Little Haven

4326 Lindell Blvd 63108    

www.ourlittlehaven.org    

Phone: 314-533-2229

Assesses and treats mental/behavioral health disorders in adults and children.

 

KIDS UNDER TWENTY ONE   

www.kuto.org   

Phone: 888-644-5886

Open everyday after 4p.m. CST

The only Crisis Hotline in St. Louis staffed entirely by trained youth volunteers.

 

LIFEWISE (Formerly Kingdom House)

1321 S. 11th St. 63104

www.lifewisestl.org

Phone: 314-421-0400 or 314-627-9827

Wrap-around Maternal Mental Health Program for new or pregnant Latina mothers.

 

MENTAL HEALTH AMERICA OF EASTERN MISSOURI

5501 Delmar Blvd., St. Louis, MO 63112 (New address)

www.mha-em.org

Phone: 314-773-1399

Representative Payee Program 314-773-6752

Community advocacy efforts that focus on improving access to treatment and creating better legislation on mental health issues. Many resources are website.

 

MENTAL HEALTH FIRST AID

www.mentalhealthfirstaid.org

Courses that help the public identify and respond to signs of mental illnesses.

 

METROPOLITAN PSYCHIATRIC CENTERS- Forensic Treatment Centers

5351 Delmar Blvd. 63112 (North)

5300 Arsenal Street 63139 (South)

www.dmh.mo.gov/ftc

Phone: 314-877-0501

Diagnostic and treatment services. Acute forensic psychiatric inpatient services.

NAMI-ST. LOUIS BRANCH    

www.namistl.org   

Phone: 314-962-4670

Community support, Mental health First Aid classes.

 

PLACES FOR PEOPLE

1001 Lynch Street 63118

www.placesforpeople.org

Phone: 314-535-5600   

Crisis Line: 800-811-4760

Outpatient therapy, services for substance use concerns, youth, and family programs.

Welcome Center walk-in hours Monday through Friday, 8:30-11 am and 1-3 pm.

 

PREFERRED FAMILY HEALTHCARE and CLARITY HEALTHCARE

4066 Dunnica Ave. 63116

Phone: 636-224-1700

www.pfh.org (Several locations)

A comprehensive behavioral health non-profit organization offering substance abuse treatment, prevention, and mental health services throughout Missouri and Kansas

 

PROVIDENT COUNSELING

2650 Olive Blvd. 63103 and many other locations

www.providentstl.org

Phone: 314-533-8200 for appointments

Inquiries:314-371-6500             

First Appointments: 314-533-8200

Psychiatric Services 314-802-2670

Provident provides counseling and other services throughout the area.

 

SHAMROCK CLUB DAY TREATMENT PROGRAM AT ST. PATRICK CENTER

800 N. Tucker 63101   

www.stpatrickcenter.org

Phone: 314-802-0700

Mental health and substance abuse treatment.

 

ST. FRANCIS COMMUNITY SERVICES

4222 Delor St. 63116   

www.sfcsstl.org

Phone: 314-932-3300

Case management, bi-lingual mental health counseling. North & south city locations.

 

ST. LOUIS EMPOWERMENT CENTER Depression Bipolar Support Alliance

907 Dock St. 63147

www.dbsaempowerment.org

Phone: 314-652-6100

Friendship Line: 866-525-1442

A drop-in center for mental health and substance abuse recovery self-help meetings

 

WALTER’S WALK

737 Dunn Road Hazelwood, MO 63042

www.walterswalk.com

314-731-2433

Mental health services to children and adults regardless of ability to pay.

 

 MONEY MATTER

 

ALL AMONG US

107 Carson Rd. Ferguson 63135

www.allamong.us    

Phone: 314-560-4895

Reverse intergenerational poverty through financial literacy and assistance.

 

GATEWAY EITC COMMUNITY COALITION

910 North 11th Street 63101

www.gatewayeitc.org

Phone: 314-539-4062

Provides free federal and state tax preparation services for individuals and families earning under $60,000.

 

JUSTINE PETERSEN

1023 N Grand Blvd. 63106

www.justinepetersen.org

Phone: 314-533-2411

Home ownership and business loans, including Micro-Enterprise Services and more

 

LIFEWISESTL

1321 S. 11th St. 63104

www.lifewisestl.org    

Phone: 314-421-0400.

Financial Stability Services provide one-on-one coaching, financial education, more.

 

OFFICE OF FINANCIAL EMPOWERMENT City of St. Louis Treasurer

1200 Market Street City Hall Room 220 63103

www.stlofe.org   

Phone: 314-622-4700

Free financial education and counseling resources to help raise credit scores, get out of debt, start a business, assist students’ efforts to attend college, more. Kindergarten college fund.

 

PROSPERITY CONNECTION

www.prosperityconnection.org.    

Phone: 314-499-9698

1310 Papin Street, Suite 403 63103

Provides financial education, financial services, resources, and support. Free financial coaching, credit review and plans for building credit.

STATE ID AND OTHER RESOURCES

Visit RE-ENTRY starting on Page 40 for information about walk-in assistance at the College Church at Grand and Lindell. Also, through City Hall.

 

ST. LOUIS TAX ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (TAP)

www.stlouistap.org/

Phone: 314-325- 9941

Free tax preparation. Several locations. Earned income tax credit and more.

 

WOMEN IN CHARGE

6930 Olive Blvd 63130

www.womenincharge.org

Phone: 314-432-7300

Many programs, including HiSet classes (formerly GED), mentoring, counseling,

RE-ENTRY PROGAM

***NOTE: TWO forms of ID are usually needed for employment, so try to take care of this as soon as possible.

If still incarcerated, a caseworker can get this process started before release. ***

 

COLLEGE CHURCH OUTREACH PROGRAM

St. Francis Xavier College Church

SFX Ballroom at 3620 Lindell 63108

www.sfxstl.org/outreach

Phone: 314-266-9557

For both birth certificates and Missouri State IDs. Arrive by 8:45am on Tuesdays.

 

STATE ID and BIRTH CERTIFICATES

City Hall Room 126 1200 Market St. 63103

Phone: 314-622-4610

 

THE HUB: NORTH CITY PHOTO ID PROJECT

3000 Prairie Ave. 63107

www.ashreifoundation.org/photoid-help

Call or text: 314-252-8060

Most Thursdays from 10am-2pm for birth certificate and photo ID support.

COMMUNITY ACTION AGENCY OF ST. LOUIS COUNTY (CAASTL)

2709 Woodson Rd. 63114   

www.caastlc.org

Phone: 314-863-0015

Assists residents of St. Louis County meet the terms of their probation and parole, including GED, money management, drug and alcohol, counseling, family development, job readiness and placement.

 

CONCORDANCE ACADEMY

6 City Place Drive, Suite 522, St. Louis, MO 63141

www.concordanceacademy.com

Phone: 314-396-6001

Reentry support program that starts six months before an inmate is released and continues for up to one year after return to the community.

 

CONNECTIONS TO SUCCESS and DRESS FOR SUCCESS

4515 Evans Ave, St. Louis, MO 63113

www.connectionstosuccess.org

Phone: 636-940-8027

Monday-Friday 9:00 am-4:00 pm. Both organizations provide clothing for job interviews and outfits for starting work before the first paycheck. Also, counseling and job readiness. They work with men and women who have been incarcerated.

 

CRIMINAL JUSTICE MINISTRY

2342 LaSalle Street, St. Louis 63104

www.cjmstlouis.org

Phone: 314-652-8062

Serves the incarcerated, formerly incarcerated and their families. Services are by appointment. Referrals from parole, probation or other case workers preferred.

FIRST Services: Immediate assistance for those recently released, including backpacks, bus passes, clothing, hygiene items, ID, and birth certificate, & housing.

Anger Management Classes: Free for anyone that might need them for probation or parole. Call the main number for dates and times.

Release to Rent Reentry Housing: Scattered site supportive housing.

For justice involved veterans, referrals preferred through VA.

For men completing long-term sentences (including sex offenders) and for formerly incarcerated women, ask your Institutional Parole Officer to contact CJM through our online referral form at least six months before release date. Applicants must be released on probation or parole.

Release to Rent LITE: Up to six months of supportive housing for men or women who have already been released and are working full-time but are having difficulty finding housing due to criminal record.

Let’s Start: Support groups and case management for women and their families.

 

EMPLOYMENT CONNECTION

2838 Market St. 63103

www.employmentstl.org   

Phone: 314-333-JOBS (5627)

Free employment services to ex-offenders and persons who have a barrier to finding and maintaining employment, and to St. Louis area businesses who are seeking qualified job applicants. Services include GED classes, on-site job fairs, placement services, homeless veterans’ program, disabled veterans program. Bring ID.

 

FATHERS and FAMILIES SUPPORT CENTER

Main Location: 1601 Olive Street.  63103

www.fatherssupportcenter.org

Phone: 314-333-4170

Areas of focus include job readiness and retention skills. Participants are paired with trained mentors who provide support and guidance in finding employment as well as teaching family life skills. Other programs include a legal clinic, youth leadership and ‘The Family Formation’. Now working with women and families.

FEDERAL BONDING PROGRAM (Dept. of Economic Development)

421 East Dunklin St., PO Box 1087 Jefferson City 65102

Phone: 573-526-8217

Provides fidelity bonding insurance coverage to individuals with criminal histories.

 

FORTUNE SOCIETY

www.fortunesociety.org/coming-home/

Located in the New York City area but website contains an assortment of useful information.

 

GATEWAY FOUNDATION DRUG AND ALCOHOL TREATMENT CENTERS

www.gatewaycorrections.org/locations/missouri/ 

1430 Olive Street #300 63103

Phone: 314-421-6188 and other locations

Gateway operates programs for the Missouri Department of Corrections in various institutions across the state and in other states. Outpatient treatment at 1430 Olive.

 

GOODWILL EXCEL CENTERS HIGH SCHOOLS FOR ADULTS

www.excel.mersgoodwill.org   

Phone: 314-982-8802

Free high schools for adults over the age of 21. Classes run year-round during extended day and evening hours. Free on-site daycare. Several locations.

 

GOODWILL

MERS GOODWILL

www.mersgoodwill.org

Locations:

North St. Louis: 455 North Highway 67, Florissant, 63031;

South St. Louis: Suite 50

Career Center of Downtown St. Louis 1727 Locust St

St Louis 63103

Phone: 314-436-3540

Career Center of Franklin County 1380 High St., Suite 6

Washington 63091   

Phone: 636-239-2225

Career Center of North St. Louis

1760 New Florissant Rd. N Florissant 63033

Phone: 314-831-9171

Career Center of South St. Louis 7321 S Lindbergh Suite 50

St. Louis 63125

Phone: 314-845-1922

.

ISAIAH 58 MINISTRIES

2149 South Grand Blvd. 63104

Phone: 314-776-1410

Computers, clothing, and other services are available between 10:00am-1:00pm.

 

JUSTINE PETERSEN

1023 North Grand Blvd. 63106

www.justinepetersen.org

Phone: 314-533-2411

Homeowner and small business loans, credit counseling, first time homebuyer options, and more. Loans for formerly incarcerated individuals.

KAIROS PRISON MINISTRY -

MISSOURI PO Box 191214 63119

Phone: 636-577-4733  

www.missourikairos.org/

Support for the families of persons who are or have been incarcerated in the county’s correctional facilities, county jails and youth offender program.

 

LAUNCHCODE

4811 Delmar Blvd. 63108

www.launchcode.org

Phone: 314-254-0107

Learn coding and programming. Non-profit organization that provides classes, mentoring, ‘codergirl’ for women, apprenticeships, and job placement in computer technology. Free classes. Employers pay the fee when a student is placed in a job.

 

LAUGHING BEAR BAKERY

4001 Utah St 63116

www.laughingbearbakery.org/    

Phone: 314-201-3175

A work-skills training program for ex-offenders.

 

LEGAL SERVICES OF EASTERN MISSOURI

701 Market Street Suite 1100 63101

www.lsem.org   

Phone: 314-534-4200 Legal Aid: 800-444-0514

Free legal services for those who cannot afford an attorney for civil matters, services for those who qualify under income guidelines, preventive legal education programs. Interpreters provided. Clients seen by appointment Mon-Fri 9:00 am-5:00 pm.

 

LUTHERAN SOCIAL SERVICES OF ILLINOIS

1405 State St. East St. Louis, IL 62205

www.lssi.org

Phone: 618-601-3459

Services include employment, school and resources for clothing, housing, identification, medical, mental health, and employment. program. Prison Ministry.

 

MISSION GATE PRISON MINISTRY

PO Box 6644  Chesterfield 63006

www.missiongateministry.org

Phone: 636-391-8560

Christian-based residential program. Men and women. Several locations.

 

MISSION ST. LOUIS

3108 N Grand Blvd 63107

www.missionstl.org   

Phone: 314-534-1188

Job & Leadership Training for at-risk men, recruiting adult males for skill building. Carpentry and construction skills. Job & Leadership Training (JLT) program four times per year.

 

MISSOURI DEPT. OF CORRECTIONS

www.doc.mo.gov.

Information about re-entry programs and other information and family of incarcerated

 

NEAR SOUTHSIDE EMPLOYMENT COALITION

2649 Pestalozzi St. 63118

www.nsecworks.org

Phone: 314-865-4453

Services include job referrals and placement, job readiness skills training offered in conjunction with local employers, life skills classes, summer job opportunities for youth, and career planning and assessment for all clients. Social services referrals through a near south side social services network as needed.

 

NORTH COUNTY COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT CORP.

2483 Alexandria Place Pkwy 63136

www.northcountycdc.org

Phone: 314-867-9160

Shelter and transitional housing programs, including a prison re-entry program.

 

OUR BROTHERS’ KEEPER OF SOUTHERN ILLINOIS

614 N. 7th Street

East St. Louis, IL 62201-3085 www.obkministry.org          

Phone: 618-271-7821

A faith-based program that works with both men and women who were released from prisons or jails on parole and probation. Various reentry services, including counseling, life and employment skills training, and referrals to supportive services. .

 

PARENT LINK

www.parentlink.missouri.edu   

Phone: 800-552-8522      

Espanol 888-460-0008

Resources about parenting issues. Support for incarcerated parents.

 

SOUL FISHER MINISTRIES

7267 Natural Bridge Road 63121

www.soulfishersministries.com

Phone: 314-381-0401

Adult General Academic Program of Education (AGAPE)

Pre and Post Release Program for women. Faith-based transitional housing program committed to assisting and empowering women for successful reintegration into their family and the community. Offers free mandatory educational programs.

 

ST. LOUIS ALLIANCE FOR RE-ENTRY (STAR)

www.stlreentry.org

A coalition is working to make the re-entry process more successful.

ST LOUIS COMMUNITY RE-ENTRY PROGRAM FOR EX-OFFENDERS

1809 S. 8th St. 63104

Phone: 314-951-4048

Substance abuse meetings, transitional housing, job training.

​SENIORS
 

CARDINAL RITTER SENIOR SERVICES

7601 Watson Rd, 63119

cwww.cardinalritterseniorservices.org

Phone: 314-961-8000

Social service programs, affordable housing, independent living, assisted living, dementia care, nursing facilities. Check the website for locations, program, etc.

MEALS ON WHEELS

www.mowstl.org

Phone: 314-374-9549

Must be over 60 or disabled. All volunteers program. County locations.

 

 STREETWISE  

FOR EMERGENCY SHELTER AND OTHER HOUSING PROGRAMS

ST. PATRICK CENTER WELCOME CENTER

800 North Tucker 63101

www.stpatrickcenter.org/

Phone: 314-802-0700

Intake Walk-in Hours Monday-Friday from 8am-1 pm.

Arrive early for shelter placement.

 

AFFINIA HEALTH CARE

www.affiniahealthcare.org

Phone: 314-814-8700 to make an appointment

Phone: 314-898-1782 for Affinia Urgent Care

Six locations. Sliding fee scale to uninsured patients.

 

BRIDGE OF HOPE MINISTRIES

4001 Cottage Avenue 63113

www.bridgeofhopestl.org        

Phone: 314-405-0253

Clothing Room, Laundry, and Showers. Call for times.

 

FOR ID: COLLEGE CHURCH OUTREACH PROGRAM

St. Francis Xavier College Church SFX Ballroom at 3620 Lindell 63108

www.sfxstl.org/outreach     

Phone: 314-266-9557

For both birth certificates and Missouri State IDs. Arrive by 8:45am on Tuesdays.

 

DREAM CENTER

4324 Margaretta 63115

Phone: 314-381-0700

Food pantry, clothing, laundry, haircuts, and showers. Call for times.

 

EMERGENCY FOOD STAMPS/SNAP PROGRAM

Info Line: 855-373-4636 Ext. 2

EBT Customer Service Line: 800-997-7777

3101 Chouteau Ave. 63103

Phone: 314-256-7000

Post office boxes available where mail can be received.

 

MERS/MISSOURI GOODWILL INDUSTRIES

1727 Locust St. 63103

www.mersgoodwill.org   

Phone: 314-241-3464

Job opportunities and counseling. Many locations.

 

www.dmv.org/mo-missouri/id-cards.php

This website will give information about getting a state ID from the Department of Motor Vehicles.

Birth certificates also at City Hall,

1200 Market St. Rm 126 for $15.

 

SHAMROCK CLUB DAY TREATMENT PROGRAM AT ST. PATRICK CENTER

800 N. Tucker Blvd. 63101

www.stpatrickcenter.org   

Phone: 314-802-0700

Also, many other services at St. Patrick Center. Lunch 7 days a week, from 12 - 12:30.

 

PUBLIC LIBRARIES provide computers and computer labs that give immediate access to the internet. And you can sign up for an e-mail address there.

 

 SUBSTANCE ABUSE TREATMENT  

ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS (AA) 

www.aa.org

Phone: 314-647-3677

AL-ANON

www.stl-al-anon.org

Phone: 314-645-1572

AFFINIA HEALTH CARE

1717 Biddle St. 63106 

www.affiniahealthcare.org

Phone: 314-814-8700

Comprehensive treatment options, including services for opioid dependence and alcohol abuse. Primarily at Biddle location or in collaboration with other agencies. 

ASSESMENT AND COUNSELING SOLUTIONS 

4400 S. Lindbergh Blvd. 63127

www.aandcsolutions.com

Phone: 314-849-2800

Assessment and counseling solutions: drug and alcohol addiction. Mix of mental wellness and substance abuse services. 

ASSISTED RECOVER CENTER OF AMERICA (ARCA) 

1585 Woodlake Dr, Suite 11, 63017

4231 N. Grand Blvd. 63107

www.arcamidwest.com 

Phone 314-645-6840

Detox. In and out patient and transition living treatment programs. More locations

CENTER FOR LIFE SOLUTIONS INC. 

9144 Pershall Rd. Hazelwood 63042

www. centerforlifesolutions.org

Phone: 314-731-0100
Crisis Intervention Hotline: 314-302-6728

Medication- assisted and methadone treatment programs 

CENTERPOINTE HOSPITAL 

4801 Weldon Spring Parkway St. Charles 63304 

www.centerpointehospital.com

Phone: 855-341-7211

Dual diagnostic treatment. Adolescent outpatient, behavioral health services including residential treatment programs. 

CLAYTON BEHAVIORAL 

9890 Clayton Rd, Suite 100 63124

www.claytonbehavioral.com

Phone: 314-467-8393

COMMUNITY SERVICES OF MISSOURI

1175 Cave Springs Estates Dr. St/ Peters 63376 

www.DWIprograms.com 

Phone: 636-441-9002

Drug and alcohol addiction. DUI/DWI, Rehabilitation, Self-Payment, Private court services 

COMPREHENENSIVE BEHAVIORAL HEALTH CENTER 

505 South 8th St. East St. Louis 62201

www.cbhc1.org

Phone: 618-482-7330

Mental health and substance abuse treatment, and social support 24/7. Works with Alton Mental Health Center: Emergency and Crisis Intervention 

CROSSROADS PROGRAM 

626 Cepi Dr, Chesterfield 63005

www.thecrossroadsprogram.com

Phone: 636-532-9991

A drug and alcohol rehab center for teens, St. Louis, Kansas City and Columbia 

DRUG COURT PORTAL- PREFERRED FAMILY HEALTHCARE

www.pfh.org/portal-drug-court

Virtual World Treatment for Drug Court Participants. Treatment is facilitated in a 3D virtual environment in conjunction with drug court provisions

GATEWAY FOUNDATION DRUG AND ALCOHOL TREATMENT CENTERS

1430 Olive Street #300 63103

www.gatewaycorrections.org/locations/missouri

Phone: 877-505-4673

Gateway operates programs for the Missouri Department of Corrections in various institutions across the state.

HARRIS HOUSE

8315 S. Broadway 63111

www.harrishouse.org

Phone: 314-947-6759

Drug and alcohol addiction. Halfway house women, men. Self- Payment

HAVEN RECOVERY HOMES

www.havenrecoverystl.com

Phone: 314-930-9384

Residential treatment with live- in housing managers, support meetings and resource assistance in structured alcohol- and drug free environment 

HOPEWELL MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES

5701 Delmar Blvd. 63112

www.hopewellcenter.com

Phone: 314-531-1770

Provides mental health case management and psychiatric services.

HYLAND BEHAVIORAL HEALTH CENTER

10018 Kennerly Road, 63128

Phone: 314-525-7275

Provides education, prevention and treatment services for psychiatric illness and chemical dependency covering patients all ages. 

METROPOLITAN PSYCHIATRIC CENTER

5351 Delmar Blvd 63112

5300 Arsenal Street 63139

www.dmh.mo.gov/ftc 

Phone: 314-877-0501

Detox, diagnostic and treatment care services. Substance abuse disorders

MIDWEST INSTITUTE FOR ADDICTION 

711 Old Ballas Rd. Suite 203 63141

www.midwestinstituteforaddiction.org

Phone: 314-887-3623

NEW SEASON TREATMENT CENTER 

2027  Campus Drive (St Andrew Annex) St. Charles 63301

www.newseason.com

Phone: 636-321-7600

Opioid addiction treatment services to St. Charles and surrounding areas including Bridgeton, Florissant, St. Peters, O'Fallon, Chesterfield and West St. Louis 

PLACES FOR PEOPLE

1001 Lynch St. 63118 

www.placesforpeople.org

Phone: 314-535-5600

Outpatient services for substance use disorders or mental health disorders

PROVIDENT INC

2650 Olive Street 63103 

www.providentstl.org 

Phone: 314-533-8200

Mix of mental wellness, counseling and substance abuse services

QUEEN OF PEACE CENTER CATHEDRAL TOWER 

325 N. Newstead St. 63108

www.qopcstl.org

Phone: 314-531-0511 Ext. 1

Drug and alcohol addiction services. Supportive and permanent housing at five locations. 

SALVATION ARMY ADULT REHAB CENTER 

3949 Forest Park Blvd. 63108

www.satruck.org

Phone: 314-535-0057

Men's non-clinical residential rehab and work for chemical dependency

STEPPING INTO THE LIGHT MINISTRY

1402 Hebert 63107

www.sitlm.org

Phone: 314-231-5175

90 Day residential treatment program for drug and alcohol abuse

STEPS ALANO CLUB

3974 Humphrey St. 63116

www.stepsalanoclub.org

Provides meeting space for 12 step recovery fellowship. 

ST. LOUIS VALLEY HOPE

12777 Olive Blvd. 63141 

Phone: 314-514-9220

www.valleyhope.org

Drug and alcohol addiction services 

WEST END CLINIC 

5736 W. Florissant Blvd. 63120 

www.westendclinic.org

Phone: 314-381-0560

Methadone services. Detoxication. Treatment. 

WISH CENTER 

1035 Bellevue Suite 205 Richmond Heights 63117

www.ssmhealth.com/location-details/wish-center 

Phone: 314-768-8230

High risk maternity care to pregnant women who are dependent on opioid drugs 

UTLITY ASSISTANCE 

CAASTLC- COMMUNITY ACTION AGENCY OF ST. LOUIS COUNTY

2709 Woodson Rd, Overland, 63114

www.caastlc.org

Phone: 314-863-0015

St. Louis County only. Must meet LIHEAP eligibility requirements 

CARDINAL RITTER SENIOR SERVICES 

Phone: 314-918-2258

Utilities Only 

Clients must be 60 years of age or older. City residents in threat of disconnection. 

COOL DOWN ST. LOUIS/ HEAT UP ST. LOUIS 

www.cooldownstlouis.org

www.heatupstlouis.org

Phone: 314-241-7668

Website with information about utility assistance, tips and much more

FATHER BOB'S ST. AUGUSTINE CATHOLIC CHURCH 

1371 Hamilton Ave 63112

www.fatherbobsoutreach.com

Utility and rental assistance every Monday, Wednesday, Friday to the first 30 people in line by 6am. Must have ID, utility bill, or rental agreement and $25 cash or money order which will be matched with up $75 toward the bill. Food pantry and clothing. 

NEW LIFE EVANGELISTIC CENTER 

2428 Woodson Road, Overland 63114

www.newlifeevangelisticcenter.org

Phone: 314-421-3020

PEOPLES COMMUNITY ACTION CORPORATION 

5701 Delmar Blvd. 63112

www.pcacstl.org

Phone: 314-367-7848

Open everyday and other locations. Call for more information 

URBAN LEAGUE UTLITY ASSISTANCE 

1408 N. Kingshighway Blvd 63113

www.ulstl.com

Many locations. Call main number or check website

VETERANS

DEPT OF VETERANS AFFAIRS

9700 Page Ave 63132

www.benefits.va.gove 

Phone: 314-615-4413

You will hear a menu of options that you can select from to route you to the right place. Benefits, burials and memorials, resources, health and more.

EMPLOYMENT CONNECTION 

2838 Market St 63103

www.employmentstl.org

Phone: 314-333-5627

Homeless Veterans Reintegration Program Job placement services and housing. Supportive services for families. Rental assistance, deposits, utilities etc.

FREEDOM PLACE APARTMENTS 

4011 Delmar Blvd 63108

www.freedomplaceapts.com

Phone: 314-534-9226

Newly rehabbed building, furnished apartments, veterans services

HOPE RECOVERY CENTER/ HOMELESS VETERANS PROGRAM

515 North Jefferson Ave 63103

Phone: 314-652-4100

Mental Health: 314-652-4100 x66653

A transitional center that includes mental health and works programs in one place

ST. PATRICK CENTER PROJECT HERO AND SUPPORTIVE SERVICES

800 N Tucker St. Louis 63101

Phone: 314-802-0700

For homeless veteran families in St. Louis area and rural counties. Rapid re-housing, short term housing assistance, case management services and more. 

VETERANS FOR PEACE

3407 S Jefferson #219 63118

www.veteransforpeace.org

Phone: 314-725-6005

International organization of military veterans, military family members and allies dedicated to building a culture of peace over 120 chapters across the US and abroad. 

YOUTH SERVICES

 

St. Louis County Youth Connection: 314-628-2929 text 4HLP to 31658

St. Louis City Youth Connection: 314-485-4635 text 2TALK to 31658

St. Charles County: 636-642-0642; text BSAFE to 31658

 

BHR (Behavioral Health Response)

Helpline: 314-469-6644 Call: 314-819-8802 or Toll Free 1-844-985-8282

Text: BHEARD to 31658

Web Chat: bhrstl.org CRISIS TEXT: Text START or GO to 741741

www.crisistextline.org

 

ANNIE MALONE Children and Family Service Center

2612 Annie Malone Dr. 63113

www.anniemalone.com   

Phone: 314-531-0120   

24hr emergency line: 844-803-7233

Crisis center, day care, services for teenagers through community programs.

 

B-WORKS

2414 Menard St. 63104

www.bworks.org   

Phone: 314-664-0828

Earn a computer, fix up a bike to keep, write a book. Programs for kids.

 

BIG BROTHERS BIG SISTERS

www.bbbsemo.org

501 N. Grand Blvd., Suite 100 63103

Phone: 314-361-5900

28 Portwest Court St. Charles, MO 63303   

Phone: 314-361-5900

Parenting education, self-help, counseling and more. Enroll as a child or volunteer.

 

BJC BEHAVIORAL HEALTH

Administrative Offices, Referrals and Call Center

1430 Olive St., Suite 400 63103

Phone: 314-206-3700

www.bjcbehavioralhealth.org

Phone: 314-747-7491 toll-free: 877-729-4004

After hours: 314-469-6644 

Monday-Friday 8:00 am-5:00 pm.

 

BOYS AND GIRLS’ CLUBS OF GREATER ST. LOUIS

www.bgcstl.org/.     

Phone: 314-335-8000

2901 North Grand Blvd. 63107

Many programs, including summer camps and health.

 

BOYS HOPE GIRLS HOPE

8027 Elinor Avenue Richmond Heights, Missouri 63117

www.boyshopegirlshopestl.org/

Phone: 314-776-9406

Programs, including residential, to receive support on their journey to college and beyond. Academic resources, and mentor relationships.

 

BUILDING FUTURES: Design and Build Workshop

2720 N. 13th St. St. Louis, MO 63106

www.buildingfuturesstl.org   

Phone: 314-241-7222

Free Saturday classes with professional instructors. Also, in schools & camp.

 

CAP4KIDS (Children’s Advocacy Project)

www.cap4kids.org

Many services listed, including employment, training health care and housing.

CENTER FOR YOUTH ON THE RISE

12075 Bellefontaine Rd. Spanish Lake 63138

www.stlouisco.com   

Phone: 314-615-0221

Ages 12 to 19. A variety of activities and services. Life skills workshops, counseling services, educational support, employment preparation, legal assistance.

 

CHADS COALITION (for Mental Health)

421 Union Rd 63129   

www.chadscoalition.org   

Phone: 314-952-2046

Suicide and bullying prevention programs including SOS/Signs of Suicide.

 

COLLEGE BOUND

110 North Jefferson 63103

www.collegeboundstl.org   

Phone: 314-361-4441

Information and resources on how to plan, pay for and pursue a college education.

 

COMMUNITY WOMEN AGAINST HARDSHIP

3963 West Belle Place 63112

www.cwah.org

Phone: 314-289-7523

Many anti-poverty family and youth-based programs.

COVENANT HOUSE

2727 North Kingshighway 63113

www.covenanthousemo.org

Phone: 314-533-2241

Shelter, food, showers, laundry facilities, information, referrals, and crisis intervention.

 

EPWORTH’S YOUTH DROP-IN CENTER/STREET OUTREACH

7520 Natural Bridge Rd. Normandy 63121

www.epworth.org

Office-314-222-4877 Outreach-1-800-899-KIDS (5437)

Mon-Thurs 12pm-5pm; Friday 1-5pm and some evenings. Laundry and shower; safer sex kit, legal aid, and birth certificate and ID assistance; support for LGBTQ youth.

 

FAITHWALK

www.faithwalkincorporated.org

Phone: 314-885-1305 call or text

LOCKER PROGRAM: Storage space provided for youth ages 18-25 experiencing homelessness. Provides basic needs.

 

FREEDOM ARTS and EDUCATION CENTER

4138 North Grand Blvd. 63107

www.faecstl.org

Phone: 314-467-8782

Over 50 Art and Academic Interactive Workshops for students of all ages.

 

GOOD SHEPHERD CHILDREN AND FAMILY SERVICES

1340 Partridge Avenue 63130

www.goodshepherdstl.org

Phone: 314-854-5700

Programs, support & therapy for pregnant or parenting youth, 12-20.

 

GREAT CIRCLE

330 North Gore Avenue 63119

www.greatcircle.org

Phone: 844-424-3577 or 314-968-2060

Individual and family counseling, crisis support, mental health services, learning challenges, and more. Website shows locations throughout the state.

 

GUARDIAN ANGEL SETTLEMENT ASSOCIATION

Child Development Center & Administration

1127 N. Vandeventer Ave. 63113

www.gasastl.org    

Phone: 314-231-3188

Programs for children from birth to six years of age. Cost is based on a family’s ability to pay. Licensed and accredited, and a partner of Head Start and Early Head Start.

 

HARAMBEE YOUTH TRAINING

1142 Hodiamont Ave. 63112

www.restorestlouis.org

Phone: 314-726-2302

Job training and skill development in construction trades with a concentration on tuckpointing. For ages 12 - 18. After school and summer programs available.

 

JEWISH FAMILY AND CHILDREN SERVICES

10950 Schuetz Rd. 63146

www.jfsstl.org

Phone: 314-993-1000

Counseling and prevention programs. Assist the elderly, protect children at risk, provide food and services for the needy, resolve family problems. Services regardless of age, race, religion, ethnicity, gender or sexual orientation.

 

KIDS UNDER TWENTY-ONE (KUTO)

2718 S. Brentwood Blvd. 63144 www.KUTO.ORG/

KUTO Crisis Helpline: 314-644-5886 Toll Free: 888-644-5886

Office: 314-963-7571

Crisis prevention, suicide intervention. Staffed by trained youth volunteers.

 

LIFEWISE STL (Formerly Kingdom House)

1321 South 11th St. 63104

www.kingdomhouse.org

Phone: 314-421-0400

Early Childhood Center, Literacy-focused After School and Summer Camp, and Kingdom Academy for teens. Call for eligibility & geographic areas served.

LUTHERAN FAMILY AND CHILDREN’S SERVICES OF MISSOURI

9666 Olive Boulevard Suite 400 St. Louis, Missouri 63132 and more locations

www.lfcsmo.org

Phone: 314-787-5100 or 866-326-5327

866-326-5327 for pregnant women considering adoption.

Pregnant and parenting teens, Nurturing Kids program, respite care services, individual, family and group counseling. Adoption.

 

MARYGROVE

2705 Mullanphy Ln. Florissant 63031

www.marygrovechildren.org

Phone: 314-830-6201

Transitional housing and crisis care for children who are in need of emergency care due to homelessness, abuse/neglect, parental stress, illness, incarceration of a parent.

 

MATHEWS-DICKEY BOYS’ AND GIRLS’ CLUB

4245 North Kingshighway Blvd. 63115

bgcstl.org/mathewsdickey

Phone: 314-382-5952

Arts, education enrichment, gardening, leadership development, sports, summer camp.

 

MOTHERS WAY CAREER COUNSELING

4134 Seven Hills Dr, Florissant, MO 63033

www.motherswaycc.com

Phone: 314-561-8507

Housing, childcare and services for youth transitioning from foster care.

 

OUR LITTLE HAVEN

PO Box 23010, 63156

www.ourlittlehaven.org

Phone: 314-533-2229 or 314-531-3183

Foster care, Keystone Mental Health, day treatment programs for very young children.

 

PARENT LINK WARM LINE

www.education.missouri.edu/parentlink

To call locally: 573-882-7323

A resource for Missouri families and professionals serving families.

 

PIANOS FOR PEOPLE

3138 Cherokee Street 63118 First Baptist Church

333 North Florissant Rd Ferguson MO 63135

www.pianosforpeople.org

Phone: 314-285 5852

Free pianos, music lessons, music camps, performances. Income based.

 

SCHOLARSHIP FOUNDATION

6825 Clayton Avenue, Suite 100 63139

www.sfstl.org

Phone: 314-725-7990

Interest free loans and grants available, plus guidance and assistance in applying for financial aid and other supportive services connected with higher education starting at the high school level.

 

ST LOUIS ARTWORKS

5959 Delmar Boulevard 63112

www.stlartworks.org

Phone: 314-899-9734

In-depth art instruction, employment training, and life skills focused on personal health, fiscal literacy, and environmental stewardship. In all programs, teens earn a stipend, are required to have a bank account, and attend financial literacy training.

ST. LOUIS YOUTHBUILD

93 North Oaks Plaza 63121

www.youthbuild.org (national organization)

Phone: 314-261-0202

YouthBuild St Louis Americorps is an alternative education, construction training, employment, pre-apprenticeship, and leadership development program serving low- income St Louis youth ages 18-24.

 

ST. LOUIS YOUTH JOBS

3016 Locust Street, Suite 105  63103

www.stlyouthjobs.org    

Phone: 314-499-8176

Career assessment, financial literacy and job readiness training, employment experience. Works with partner corporations to provide training and future jobs.

 

THE SPOT (for ages 13-24)

4169 Laclede Ave 63108

www.thespot.wustl.edu/

Phone: 314-535-0413

Drop-in center open weekday afternoons. Laundry, showers, medical, testing, more.

 

THE TREVOR PROJECT

Phone: 866-488-7386 (24/7)

www.thetrevorproject.org

TrevorText is a phone service. Text “START” to 678678. National organization providing crisis intervention, resources, and suicide prevention services to LGBTQ young people ages 13-24.

 

YOUTH AND FAMILY CENTER

818 Cass Ave, 63106

www.theyfc.org     

Phone: 314-231-1147

Youth programs, summer camp, and family support services, including Freedom School

 

YOUTH IN NEED

1815 Boone’s Lick Road, St. Charles, MO 63301

www.youthinneed.org

24-Hour Help Line at 636-757-9507 or 636-946-5600

More than 50 direct service and support programs to children, teens, and families.

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