Saint Louis Homeless Shelters & Services For The Needy
Welcome to our Saint Louis, Mississippi Homeless Shelters and Services for the needy page. Below are all of the homeless shelters and services for the needy that provide help to those in need for Saint Louis, MS and surrounding cities.
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We also provide other homeless resources such as transitional resources for the homeless. Homeless clinic and treatment center resources are also provided on the right navigational bar.
Many shelters also provide services such as alcohol and drug rehab treatment along with clinics. I try to provide as much information as possible on my details pages.
Saint Louis, MS 63113 (314)533-2241 Covenant House Missouri (CHMO) empowers homeless, runaway and at-risk youth to live independently and become contributing members of the community. With open doors and open hearts, more than 6,400 young people (16 - 21 years of age) in the St. Louis metropolitan area are provided programs and resour See more details
St. Louis, MO 63115 1.31 miles from city center Saint Louis
314-381-0700 Our mission is to provide men the most effective comprehensive faith-based opportunity for life transformation by moving students from a self-centered paradigm to a Christ-centered paradigm. We are committed to helping and equipping men in the discipleship process find freedom from addictive behavio See more details
University City, MO 63130 3.04 miles from city center Saint Louis
314.727.6294 The Youth Emergency Service shelter provides food and housing to youth experiencing homelessness or family crisis. The safe, nurturing environment and therapeutic services help youth and families rebound.
- accommodates six girls and six boys, ages 11 to 19
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Saint Louis, MO 63136 3145560938 Our mission is to provide essential services for homeless and impoverished segments of the St. Louis community. Furthermore, the organization strives to uphold the principles and spirit of Islam in our endeavors. We believe we can promote a positive image of Islam through such social work and adher See more details
St Louis, MO 63107 3.38 miles from city center Saint Louis
314-231-5175 We house and feed homeless/addicted to drugs and/or alcohol. We are a 90 day program and encourage the men to stay at least one year. We have Bible study daily and plenty of love to go around.
We are a non-profit 501-3c organization. A drug and alcohol treatment center and faith based f See more details
Saint Louis, MO 63106 314-231-1515 Gateway180 :: Homelessness Reversed is a valuable resource for women, children and families experiencing the unimaginable burden of homelessness. We provide safe, nurturing emergency shelter and supportive housing services designed to empower adults and families to become independent and permanently See more details
Saint Louis, MO 63106 (314) 621-6507 Shelter and transitional living facilities for homeless young women, ages 18 to 24 who are pregnant.
The Haven of Grace provides a home for young, homeless pregnant women to redefine their lives. The Haven offers a caring environment for young mothers to heal and bond with their infants w See more details
St. Louis, MO 63106 3.85 miles from city center Saint Louis
(314)231-8209 When a homeless man walks through Sunshine Ministries’ doors, they are not initially seeking a complete life change. They are coming in off the dangerous streets, escaping the summer heat or winter cold seeking two simple things– shelter and food. Sunshine Ministries provides emergency services See more details
St. Louis, MO 63101 4.16 miles from city center Saint Louis
(314)802-0700 The Women’s Night program is an emergency shelter that provides temporary housing for women who are homeless and have a history of or are experiencing mental illness. The Women’s Night program is an Enhanced Shelter Program, which offers services requiring clients’ participation. Case management ser See more details
St. Louis, MO 63104 5.34 miles from city center Saint Louis
(314)588-7111 GET HELP To get a bed in the emergency shelter, you need to first go to the Housing Resource Center. The address is 800 N Tucker Blvd, St. Louis. Get there early, 7:30 am if possible, to speak with the staff there. Call the Housing Resource Center phone line. The line opens at 8 am, so cal See more details
Granite City, IL 62040 6.04 miles from city center Saint Louis
(618) 876-0607 The Good Samaritan House enriches the lives of homeless women and children by supporting them in a loving Christian environment. While providing safe and temporary housing, basic human needs and supportive services, the Good Samaritan House offers residents opportunities to enhance life skills, incr See more details
St. Louis, MO 63132 7.79 miles from city center Saint Louis
314-423-7770 Available services include:
Alcohol & Drug Treatment (NON-RESIDENTIAL), Community Recreation Programs, Counseling Services, Day Care Programs (CHILDREN), Domestic Violence, Emergency Assistance, Health Services, Housing/Residential (EMERGENCY SHELTER), Housing/Residential (TRANSITIONAL HOUSIN See more details
East St Louis, IL 62204 9.36 miles from city center Saint Louis
(618) 874-4079 The Catholic Urban Programs - Holy Angel Shelter provides shelter and supportive services to men women and children. Transitional shelter services are also provided.
Residential services for women and children for 6 - 9 weeks.
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St. Charles, MO 63301 15.43 miles from city center Saint Louis
636-946-3771 Youth In Need's Emergency Shelter is a 12-bed emergency residential center for male and female children and teens, ages 10-18, who are in crisis. Continuously in operation since 1974, Youth In Need has developed a comprehensive temporary shelter services program, structured to meet the unique needs See more details
Pevely, MO 63070 27.81 miles from city center Saint Louis
636-475-3030 The mission of our organization is to provide food, clothing and shelter for the needy who come to us from Jefferson County and a portion of St. Louis County, Missouri. We serve the homeless and other hungry people, the unemployed, victims of abuse, children, the elderly and dysfunctional family mem See more details