Resources & Helpful Links

Cardinal Ritter Senior Services: provides a continuum of care to improve the lives of senior adults annually including social, health, and housing services, at 20 sites.


Good Shepherd Children & Family Services: protects and promotes the welfare of children by providing the highest quality foster care, adoption, expectant parent counseling, advocacy and residential services.


Child Center-Marygrove: provides day treatment and residential care for children in areas of diagnosis, therapy and treatment, education, and healthcare.


Queen of Peace Center: is a recovery facility exclusively for women which provides comprehensive treatment services for addiction and mental illness. Extensive support services are provided for clients and their children.

St. Martha’s Hall: helps battered women and their children break the cycle of violence in their lives by offering shelter, education, and counseling.


St. Patrick Center: Missouri’s largest provider of homeless services. Offering housing, employment and mental health programs assisting individuals who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless.


Catholic Charities Community Services (comprised of eight programs)

  1. Catholic Legal Assistance Ministry: educates parishioners about Catholic Social Teaching and engages them in the mission, structure and services of the Catholic Charities Federation.
  2. Father Tolton Center: provides services to the elderly with home visits, a daily meal program, reassurance calls, health education and recreation. Youth enrichment programs include tutoring, after-school and summer academies.
  3. Housing Resource Center: the region’s most comprehensive housing counseling organization. The housing crisis hotline receives over 28,000 calls a year. Each caller is directed to a St. Louis city or county shelter, or provided other resources.
  4. Midtown Center: provides financial assistance for basic needs such as utilities, rent/mortgage, medication, food and clothing; tutoring by adult volunteers and teens from local high schools; and health centers (outreach and casework for adults suffering from diabetes, high blood pressure, breast cancer or mental illness).
  5. Refugee Services: resettles refugees from war-torn areas around the world and offers pre-arrival and post-arrival services including case management, financial support, and employment services.
  6. St. Charles Center: provides direct assistance for utilities, rent mortgage, medical and transportation in conjunction with local St. Vincent de Paul Societies and other local organizations.
  7. St. Jane Center: provides financial assistance for basic needs such as, utilities, rent/mortgage, medication, food and clothing. The center also offers senior outreach services (weekly reassurance phone calls and occasional field trips) and community health programs (in-home asthma screenings and chronic disease management).
  8. Southside Center: supports and strengthens children, families and communities by providing immigrants and refugees with social services, mental health counseling, youth programming and tutoring in a bilingual, culturally-sensitive environment.


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