NOTICES, ALERTS & ANNOUNCEMENTS
VISIT OUR COVID-19 PAGES FOR INFORMATION, UPDATES AND RESOURCES
CLICK HERE for a listing of
RESOURCES FOR PROTECTION AGAINST IMMIGRATION ENFORCEMENT.
And this link has detailed advice:
KNOW YOUR RIGHTS
NEW MISSOURI ADULT ABUSE AND NEGLECT HOTLINE AND ONLINE REPORTING SYSTEM
The website and hotline operate 24/7.
This site is designed to allow Mandated Reporters and concerned individuals to report non-emergency adult abuse, neglect, and/or financial exploitation to the Missouri Adult Abuse and Neglect Hotline.
Child Abuse: dss.mo.gov/cd/keeping-kids-safe/can.htm
Elder Abuse: health.mo.gov/safety/abuse/
A public service of the U.S. Administration on Aging connecting you to services for older adults and their families. Enter your zip code and find numerous services.
GYT (GET YOURSELF TESTED)
CLICK HERE for a comprehensive listing of STD Testing and Treatment sites.
If you'd like to submit information
for this page send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
BETTER FAMILY LIFE GUN DE-ESCALATION HOTLINE
MEAL PROVIDERS (Not food pantries)
CLICK HERE for a list of agencies and organizations that provide meals at various times and days of the week. A PDF can be printed for distribution.
DIAPER BANK EMERGENCY PROVIDERS
CLICK HERE for a list of emergency providers. For more information about the Diaper Bank and its referral process visit: www.stldiaperbank.org
KNOW YOUR RIGHTS
Know Your Rights information is intended for immigrants, their families and advocates.
Lists of Missouri providers.
CLICK HERE for a listing of resources for protection against Immigration Enforcement.
LEISURE (AND DE-STRESS) ST. LOUIS
Community Resource Guide that lists FREE arts organizations, educational institutions, museums, nature sites. Click HERE for a PDF that can be printed and distributed. Most organizations are still offering modified programs and hours, including online options.
EMERGENCY SAFE HOUSES/SHELTER FOR WOMEN
Women in need of emergency shelter 314-421-3020, or 314-690-1304 between 9 AM to 3 PM to arrange transport. Sponsored by NLEC, New Life Evangelistic Center.
The link below will take you to a list of WARMING SHELTERS.These are open mostly during daytime hours.
More information on warming shelters is available by calling 2-1-1.
CONFLICT RESOLUTION CENTER
City-run service to help with neighborhood, roommate, workplace and family disputes
as well as community-police mediations.
ARCH CITY DEFENDERS
440 North 4th St., Suite. 390 (New Address)
855-724-2489 Call is toll-free.
Free or low cost holistic legal representation, from minor criminal offenses, to landlord-tenant law, to family law issues. They also will represent people facing misdemeanor and felony charges.
Click HERE for Arch City's NEW 2019 GUIDE TO REPRESENTING YOURSELF IN ST. LOUIS MUNICIPAL COURTS. The Guides can be downloaded and printed.
HEALTH INSURANCE MARKETPLACE
For more information or to find a Cover Missouri assister in your area, visit covermissouri.org or call 1-800-466-3213 for English or 1-855-284-3236 for Spanish. Consumers can find an in-person assister near them by visiting findlocalhelp.covermissouri.org.
GOODWILL EXCEL CENTERS NOW OFFERING GED AND HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMAS
The Goodwill Excel Centers are free high schools for adults over the age of 21. Classes run year round during extended day and evening hours. Free on-site daycare.
The Missouri Excel Centers are located in:
ST. LOUIS–1727 Locust Street, 63103 (downtown)
SPRINGFIELD – Glen Isle Center, 1514 South Glenstone Ave., 65807
POPLAR BLUFF – 2213 N. Westwood Blvd. (formerly K-Mart), 63901
CLICK HERE for Career Services list of upcoming hiring events.