A quickly and easily site to help you find non-emergency services in your area, including basic needs, physical and mental health resources, job programs, support for seniors and more.
Provides essential services to patients regardless of their ability to pay.
They provide counseling, emergency sanctuary, and other critical services to adults and children impacted by domestic abuse.
Homeless teenage mothers and their children and single parents can access the transitional housing.
The American Red Cross and other community-based organizations help prepare for natural and human-caused disasters.
Provides in-patient, outpatient and transitional living treatment programs.
Offers a continuum of services including early intervention services, school-based services, outpatient services, comprehensive children's services and adult psychiatric rehabilitation services.
Providing help for addiction, domestic violence, and sexual assault services
Provides drug and alcohol addiction treatment programs in the St. Louis Metropolitan region. Accommodates adolescents, men, women, residential beds for clients' children, and DUI / DWI offenders.
Provides individual, group, and family counseling to anyone regardless of age, race, religion, gender, nationality, or marital status.
Provides chemical dependency treatment services to citizens of the Metropolitan St. Louis region.
Provides a wide range of counseling services, both on an individual basis, as well as services for marriage and family therapy.
Serves foods to working adults, children, seniors, disabled people, veterans, un- and underemployed, homeless individuals and families, and others who struggle with poverty and hunger with household income (including wages, social security, government assistance and other resources) up to 150 percent of the federal poverty level in west St. Louis County, in the geographic footprint of the three school districts serving this area -- Parkway, Rockwood and Valley.
Food distribution - Our services include: food box programs; emergency food programs; household items programs; and a future youth farm that will provide opportunities for self-sufficiency activities for at-risk youth.
To promote wellness and empower self health management for the uninsured and underserved through preventive and primary health care services.
Listing of cooling centers in the Missouri/Southwest Illinois area.
Interactive map of cooling centers around the state.
This location provides food, temporary housing, counseling, and education for homeless young people (age 16-21).
CVAC provides the services to individuals in metropolitan St. Louis area (and other areas as requested). Services include:crisis intervention, counseling, advocacy, criminal justice guidance, help for domestic violence victims filing for and obtaining orders of protection, information on victim issues and victim rights, preparation for restorative justice activities, referral to community resources, and assistance filing victim compensation.
This U.S. Government web portal consolidates disaster assistance information in one place.
Provides emergency shelter, residential and intensive treatment, family reunification therapy, transitional and independent living programs, special education, foster family care, prevention services and a 24-hour help line.
Provides affordable and accessible comprehensive primary care services to anyone, with emphasis on the medically underserved.
This location provides safe, nurturing emergency shelter and supportive housing services for homeless women, children and families to become independent and permanently housed.
Provides training in employment skills, anger and stress management, depression and anxiety, as well as treatment for alcohol and drug problems.
Provides tips for keeping your animals safe in a disaster.
Services and programs include:Counseling, Adoption Services, Crisis/Unplanned Pregnancy Assistance, Foster Care, Child Care, Youth Mentoring Services, Disaster Relief Services, Advocacy on behalf of children and families.
A list of agency that provides community resources in various capacities.
PHC is committed to providing comprehensive primary health care to impoverished, uninsured populations in St. Louis and St Louis County communities.
Provides an unparalleled toolkit of programs, services, and resources for people who have serious mental illnesses, typically accompanied by complex and multilayered challenges: chronic homelessness, substance abuse disorder, primary health disorders, and trauma.
Educates and empowers Americans to prepare for and respond to emergencies.
ROW works with women, including non-English speaking survivors, who have been impacted by poverty, homelessness, and/or intimate partner violence. Services include: education, credit counseling, financial coaching, and assistance in finding housing.
They provide individual counseling, crisis intervention, education and support services to adults and teens.
A not-for-profit agency, which provides a shelter care program for abused women and their children.
Some of the programs include Extreme Heat Cooling Centers, Transitional Housing, Emergency Shelter, assistance with food, utilities, and gently used clothing.
Provides care for children in our specialty areas of Orthopaedics, Burn Care,
The St. Louis Food Bank can help you locate a pantry or soup kitchen in your community.
Provides support and services to more than 3,500 adults and children with intellectual and developmental disabilities, and their families, throughout the St. Louis metropolitan area.
Offers comprehensive health care - including Dental Services, Health Education Classes,Regular Immunizations (Including Childhood), Travel Immunizations, Lead Screening and Treatment Services, Nutrition Counseling, Pediatric (Children's) Services, Teen Care, WIC (Women, Infants & Children) Nutrition Program, Women's Health Services.
Provides peer-support, recovery services, and a sense of community to individuals in the St. Louis area who are consumers of mental health services or have co-occurring disorders.
Provides the traditional Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) that includes individual, family, and group counseling, IOP Plus (a combination of on-ground and online IOP), Continuing Care, Education, and Assessment/Evaluation services.
Provides housing, employment and health opportunities for people who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless.
This website provide general information, street addresses, phone numbers and websites for dozens of agencies, shelters, employment resources, food pantries and other organizations throughout the St. Louis area.
Serves the poor and hungry in the Florissant-Hazelwood areas of Missouri.
Individuals seeking food assistance must be 18 years of age or older and have a picture ID.
Provides support services to veterans with outreach, emergency housing, transitional housing, HUD-VA supported housing.
Provides medical care to adults between the ages of 18-64 residing in the service area without insurance and meets income requirements. Appointment Only.
Interactive map of warming centers around the state.
Warming centers provide shelter from excessive cold conditions
They provide safe shelter and support services to battered women and children.
Provides transitional housing to qualified applicants who are 18 or older, single without children, homeless and has some income.
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