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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.
www.cardinalritterseniorservices.org
314-961-8000

 

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.
www.goodshepherdstl.org
314-854-5700

 

Child Center-Marygrove: provides day treatment and residential care for children in areas of diagnosis, therapy and treatment, education, and healthcare.
http://marygrovechildren.org/main/
314-830-6201

 

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.
www.qopcstl.org
314-531-0511

St. Martha’s Hall: helps battered women and their children break the cycle of violence in their lives by offering shelter, education, and counseling.
www.saintmarthas.org
314-533-1313

 

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.
www.stpatrickcenter.org
314-802-0700

 

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.
    314-977-3993
  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.
    314-385-3445
  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.
    314-241-5600
  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).
    314-534-1180
  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.
    314-771-2570
  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.
    636-498-2273
  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).
    314-383-6539
  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.
    314-773-6100

 

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