Need help with food, childcare, utility bills and other services?
CALL 2-1-1 or visit 211helps.org
General Resources Sites
COVID-19 Regional Business Information Center
Mercy Neighborhood Ministry Resources
St. Louis City
St. Louis County
St. Louis Pandemic Task Force
STL Response COVID-19 Resource Dashboard
United Way of Greater St. Louis
Urban League of Metropolitan St. Louis
Click the links below to find additional resources
- Child and Crisis Care Resources
- COVID 101 for Childcare Cleaning
- COVID 101 for Childcare Center – Social Distance
- COVID-19 101 Childcare Employee – FINAL
- Saint Louis Integrated Health Network’s Community Referral Coordinators
Supporting you by connecting with primary care providers, community health centers and health insurance programs.
Joyce Driver, 314-571-0874, email@example.com
Brittany Jones, 314-571-0952, firstname.lastname@example.org
Employment and Financial Assistance
- Modest Needs Self Sufficiency Grants
COVID-19 grant programs for furloughed hourly employees, front-line workers and essential workers who need help to remain self-sufficient
- Employment Connections
- Provident Behavioral Health
- St Louis Mutual Aid
314-925-0125 – leave a message
- Prosperity Connection
- Operation Food Search
Provides free food, nutrition education and programs to reduce food insecurity. 1644 Lotsie Blvd., St. Louis, MO 63132. 314-726-5355.
- United Way of Greater St. Louis
Your 24/7 go-to resource for all non-emergency needs. Call 211. helpingpeople.org
- Mom’s Meals
Offers delivery of prepared meals to those who have Medicaid or Medicare and caters to special diets (gluten free, diabetic, etc.)
- Meals on Wheels
- Food Pantry Resources – St. Louis City
- Food Pantry Resources – St. Louis County
- St. Louis Area Foodbank
- St. Vincent De Paul
- Meal Program Resources in St. Louis City and County
- Urban League of Metropolitan St. Louis
- SNAP (Food Stamps)
- St. Louis Quarantine Support (St. Louis City volunteers who are delivering groceries and other necessities so that individuals who are currently sick or are may remain quarantined. They are committed to aiding those who are currently sick, immunocompromised, those who are 65 or older, and caregivers of these groups).
- COVID-19 Regional Response Team
Struggling with rent and afraid of being evicted? Visit https://c19rrt.org/eviction/
City of St. Louis tenants and homeowners are eligible for assistance with their rental & mortgage payments up to $3,500 per household. STLCityCARES@stlouis-mo.gov 314-657-1650.
- United Way of Greater St. Louis
To find out if you are eligible for rent assistance, call the United Way at 2-1-1 or 1-800-427-4626.
- Beyond Housing
- COVID-19 and Fair Housing
- Eviction fact sheet
- Housing/Foreclosure Resources
- Casa de Salud (healthcare)
- NCJW St Louis – (community advocate)
- Affinia Healthcare Foundation – (immigrant communities)
- St Louis Mosaic Project – (immigrant communities)
- International Institute – St Louis –(immigrants)
- Archdiocese of St Louis – (immigrant advocacy/multi-language masses)
- Immigrant and Refugee Resources – (St. Louis area)
- Immigrant Community (created by Immigrant Service Providers Network)
- Español (Spanish)
- Casa de Salud – (servicios médicos para inmigrantes)
- St. Louis Inter-Faith Committee on Latin America – (Los latinos y otras comunidades inmigrantes abogan)
- Recursos en Español
- Diario Digital – (Noticias diarias de Internet en español e inglés)
- St Louis Juntos – (Información en español)
- LatinX Community
- Bosanski (Bosnian)
- RukaNade, Inc. (501c3) – (Bosanska zajednica, vjerske zajednice)
- Privredna komora Bosne (Bosnian Chamber of Commerce) – (Bosanska zajednica, vjerske zajednice)
- Vitendo4Africa – (African & other immigrant communities)
- Missouri ‘Show Me Hope’ Crisis Counseling Program
DIAL 2-1-1+1 to connect directly or call the Disaster Distress Helpline, 1-800-985-5990, 24/7, 365-day-a-year, for immediate crisis counseling if you are experiencing emotional distress.
- SSM Behavioral Health Urgent Care
An urgent care/walk-in clinic dedicated to mental health. For both adults and children in urgent need of care for mental health crises. 12355 DePaul Drive, Suite 150, St. Louis, MO 63044. 314-344-7200
- UMSL has counseling + grief services. Counseling and grief services are staffed by qualified and accredited mental health professionals. 314-516-5671.
- Mourner’s Bill of Rights
A list to empower you to heal and to decide how others can and cannot help.
- Behavioral Health Crisis Services – Contact: Missouri Department of Mental Health. Missouri Coronavirus Information Hotline: 877-435-8411. The hotline will be operated by medical professionals and is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
- Crisis Text Line (text HOME to 741741)
- Mental Health America of Eastern Missouri
- National Suicide Prevention Lifeline (English: 1-800-273-8255 and Spanish: 1-888-628-9454)
- Virtual Recovery Resources (collected by NCADA) Recovery Communities with an Online Alternative if you or someone you know needs to connect with a support group meeting. (shared by Mental Health America of Eastern Missouri)
- Proficient Chiropractic and Wellness Center
Helping people improve their physical, mental, and spiritual health from sickness, disease and disability.
2050 Woodson Rd, Suite 101, Saint Louis, MO 63114. 314-447-0725. https://proficientchiro.com/
- The Collective STL
Affirms Black lives by intentionally creating a sacred space whereby participants can breathe, move, rest, and heal. 1400 N Market Street St. Louis, Missouri 63106. email@example.com 314-200-5796
- Employment and Training Resources for Low Income and Uninsured
- Missouri Jobs Center is offering a virtual jobs workshop Monday – Friday between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. A jobs counselor will call you back and give you personalized resources on unemployment, temporary financial assistance, online job workshops and other resources.
- Call 1-888-728-is 5627 for help registering
- “Missouri Jobs Center launch virtual workshop for laid off workers”
- MO Department of Labor: 800-320-2519 www.labor.mo.gov
- Apply online for unemployment benefits: https://uinteract.labor.mo.gov/benefits/home.do
- FAQs about filing for unemployment: https://labor.mo.gov/coronavirus
Feeling stressed or anxious? These feelings are completely normal. Here’s how you can cope:
- Get active
- Limit news/social media
- Make time to unwind and engage in activities that bring you joy
- Clear your mind
- Get some fresh air
- Call 2-1-1 and press the prompt for mental health assistance
- Get plenty of sleep
- Connect with others
- Try to eat healthy well-balanced meals
- Take care of your body. Take deep breaths, stretch, or meditate
- Avoid excess amounts of alcohol (weakens the immune system)
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