FROM CONGRESSWOMAN CORI BUSH, May 2021
To help people pay past-due rent and utilities, St. Louis City has received $7.5 million in federal Emergency Rental Assistance, with more on the way soon, and St. Louis County has received nearly $29.8 million.
If you need assistance and live in St. Louis City, you can visit this website to apply.
If you need assistance and live in St. Louis County, you can visit this website to apply.
And here is the Missouri Housing Resources website:
RENTAL AND MORTGAGE ASSISTANCE
This is a link to the City of St. Louis' rental and mortgage assistance program using Cares funds. It includes an application form and provides up to three months of payments.
This website lists many Missouri cities and the assistance programs available. Includes more than housing programs. Here's a link for Illinois programs.
RENTAL ASSISTANCE CLINICS
3001 Arsenal 63118
Monday - Friday: 9 am - 5 pm
Wednesday & Thursday: evening clinic 5:30 pm - 8 pm
Wohl Recreation Center
1515 N Kingshighway Blvd, St. Louis, MO 63113
Monday - Saturday: 9 - noon
Wednesday and Thursday, evening clinic 5:30 pm - 8 pm
EMERGENCY COVID RENTAL ASSISTANCE. STARTING MARCH 2021 - St. Louis County
St. Louis City: 3520 Page Blvd. 63106
Section 8 Waiting List: 314-286-4303
St. Louis County Housing Authority: 8865 Natural Bridge Rd 63121
East St. Louis Housing Authority
700 N 20th St, East St Louis, IL 62205
This is the website for HUD, the Department of Housing and Urban Development
Housing for sale or rent.
3010 Washington Ave. 63103
58 one-bedroom, low income apartments operated by Salvation Army. Call for leasing information.
3200 St. Vincent 63104
Almost Home is a transitional residence for teenage mothers with up to two children. The program is nine months long and may be extended.
AFFORDABLE HOUSING LOCATOR: MHDC
This website lists subsidized or affordable apartments by zip code.
BETTER FAMILY LIFE
5415 Page Blvd. 63112 367-3440
Assistance for first-time home buyers and more.
6506 Wright Way Pine Lawn, MO 63121
Programs to prevent foreclosure, first-time home buyer programs and more. Supportive rental housing and senior citizen housing. Special focus on community resources, family support and home ownership.
CARDINAL RITTER SENIOR SERVICES
7601 Watson Rd. 63119
Social service programs, affordable housing, independent living, assisted living, dementia care, nursing facilities.
Check the website for locations and program descriptions. Many apartments and other living options.
6704 Fyler Avenue 63139
Assists moderate workforce Americans, immigrants, and refugees in purchasing their own home. Closing costs and first month mortgage assistance provided on properties renovated.
CENTER OF WOMEN IN TRANSITION
7716 South Broadway 63111
Works with women who are re-entering the area after incarceration. CWIT is a comprehensive program to help women move from crisis to stability and self-sufficiency. They operate two transitional housing facilities in South St. Louis.
COMMUNITY ACTION AGENCY OF ST. LOUIS COUNTY (CAASLC)
2709 Woodson Rd. Overland 63114
CAASTLC has comprehensive housing assistance programs which include home ownership, housing counseling, and rent or mortgage assistance.
COMMUNITY MEDIATION SERVICES OF ST. LOUIS
225 Saint Louis Avenue #35116
St. Louis, MO 63135
Confidential and private mediations for a variety of family and relationship conflicts, in addition to parenting plans, tenant-landlord, community, and small business disputes. Online mediation available. Referrals from other agencies welcome.
CRIMINAL JUSTICE MINISTRY
1104 S. Jefferson 63104
Works with prison inmates and their families to provide various services.Ask your parole officer to send a referral to CJM Direct Services Criminal Justice Ministry for short-term assistance, including welcome backpacks, bus passes, clothing vouchers, etc. Free anger management classes for anyone that might need them for probation or parole. Call the main number for dates and times.
Release to Rent for Veterans
Scattered supportive housing for qualified veterans who are homeless and have a criminal record.
Release to Rent
Up to one year of supportive housing for men and women, completing long-term sentences who can work full time. Contact CJM by letter at the above address least six months before release date. (314-881-6007 to refer)
IMPORTANT: The best chance of being accepted to the rental programs is to contact them at least six months before your release date. Parole officers can also refer.
DOORWAYS /COOPER HOUSE
4385 Maryland Ave. 63108
Provides housing and related supportive services to improve quality of life and health outcomes for people affected by HIV/AIDS.
FATHER DEMPSEY'S HOUSE
3427 Washington 63103
Partially furnished rooms from $325 per month for homeless men. Transitional living for up to two-years, some meals provided. Call for availability.
GATEWAY 180 HOMELESS SERVICES
1000 North 19th Street 63106
Gateway 180 Homeless Services is the largest 24-hour emergency shelter for single women and families in the state of Missouri. 110 beds and three meals a day to residents. Transitional housing services.
GATEWAY HOUSING FIRST
1425 S. 18th St. 63104
Develops properties for hard to house individuals and families. Provides housing placement services, emergency assistance and limited case management to households needing Permanent Supportive Housing. Several locations.
HABITAT FOR HUMANITY
3830 South Grand Blvd . 63118
First-time homebuyer's program that helps qualified families build their own home from the ground up, through a combination of volunteer and sweat equity labor. For more information, and to apply, call or visit their website.
8315 S. Broadway 63111
Harris House provides alcohol and drug rehab services to men and women age 18 and above, including a transitional housing program that provides subsidized housing for up to one year, with separate male and female residences.
HAVEN RECOVERY HOMES
Furnished houses with live-in housing managers, support meetings and resource assistance for treatment and employment connections in supportive alcohol-and drug-free environment. Call or visit website for more information and to apply.
5417 S. Grand Blvd. 63111
Supportive sober apartment living in south city buildings for men and women trying to overcome substance addictions. Call or view their website for more information.
HOMELESS VETERANS PROGRAM
515 N Jefferson Ave. 63103
www.va.gov/homeless 314-652-4100 Ext. 55460
Provides intake, assessment, referral, counseling, consultation for rehabilitative services, and residential placement. Call for more information about this expanding program.
HOUSING OPTIONS PROVIDED FOR THE ELDERLY
7300 Dartmouth Ave. Suite 100, University City, 63130
www.hopeforseniorsstl.org 888-776-0155 or 314-776-0155
Provides free, in-home counseling and case management to adults age 60 and over in the St. Louis area. Help with housing, finances, benefit education and many other areas. CLICK HERE for an updated list of buildings that provide housing for seniors and disabled.
1611 Hodiamont Ave. 63112
Transitional housing apartments for homeless families, comprehensive social services, family development, vocational and educational counseling, more.
HORIZON HOUSING DEVELOPMENT COMPANY
3001 Arsenal St. 63118
Assists in providing housing services to St. Louis City residents with developmental disabilities. Housing is provided to individuals and families.
PO Box 6512, St. Louis 63125
Scattered site transitional housing and assistance in finding housing.
1023 North Grand Blvd 63106
1950 State St., Granite City, IL 62040
Homeowner and small business loans, credit counseling, first time homebuyer options and more.
PO Box 2722 63116
Safe, confidential apartments and longer term medical, legal, and other services for abused women and children.
They now have a program that allows residents to keep their pets.
2705 Mullanphy Ln. Florissant 63031
Transitional housing and crisis care for children who are in need of emergency care due to homelessness, potential abuse/neglect, parental stress, family illness, incarceration of a parent/guardian, etc.
MARY RYDER HOME
4361 Olive St 63108
https:/ /maryryderhome.providentstl.org/ 314-531-2981
A nonprofit residential care facility that provides low-income senior women a safe home, nutritional meals, medical care, and programs and services focused on promoting healthy aging.
MOVE: MISSOURI VETERANS ENDEAVOR
8410 Engler Park Ct.
St. John 63114
Provides long-term supportive housing and comprehensive services to veterans and family members.
METROPOLITAN ST. LOUIS EQUAL HOUSING & OPPORTUNITY COUNCIL
1027 S. Vandeventer Ave. 63110
Eviction prevention, fair housing enforcement, landlord tenant counseling, and more.
National, self run, self supported, addiction recovery houses. Clients age 21 and older are eligible for subsidized rent and meals in separate buildings and programs for men and women. There are additional locations throughout the area. Visit their website under Houses/Directory to find Missouri locations.
PETER & PAUL COMMUNITY SERVICES
Shelter Address: 711 Allen Ave. 63104 (314-621-5520)
Administrative Offices: 2612 Wyoming 63118 (314-588-7111)
Assists homeless and near-homeless single men. 60-bed year-round emergency shelter, a 20-bed year-round transitional program, meals, showers, lockers, medical referrals, living skills classes, and case management.
ROSATI APARTMENTS AND GROUP HOME
4218 North Grand 63107
www.stpatrickcenter.org 314-371-0586 or 314-802-0700
Supportive services and housing for clients referred by the St. Louis Psychiatric Rehabilitation Center.
Operated through St. Patrick Center.
1240 Dautel Ln. 63146
Neighborhood homes for people with developmental disabilities in the St. Louis area.
SALVATION ARMY ADULT REHAB CENTER
3949 Forest Park Ave. 63108
Provides residential treatment and work in addition to group and individual therapy.
SALVATION ARMY FAMILY HAVEN
10740 West Page Ave. 63132
A 74-bed emergency transitional housing resource for women and children with various programs focused on family stability.
SAINTS JOACHIM & ANN CARE SERVICE
4116 McClay Road . St. Charles, MO 63304
Housing Assistance, Children and Family Development, Food Pantry, Adopt-A-Family, Workforce Development
ST. LOUIS HOPE HOUSE
1611 Hodiamont Ave. 63112
Hope House offers 50 transitional housing apartments for homeless families, comprehensive social services, family development, vocational and educational counseling, housing placement assistance, on-site living skills classes, and day care center. Clients must be prior St. Louis City residents and in a shelter for 15-30 days or referred by the Housing Resource Center.
URBAN LEAGUE HOUSING DEPARTMENT
St. Louis City Division
935 N. Vandeventer 63108
St. Louis County Division
8960 Jennings Station Road 63136
St. Clair County Division
10220 Lincoln Trail
Fairview Heights, IL 62208
Rental and mortgage assistance, as well as counseling and home repair.
8050 Watson Rd, Suite 155 63119
Advocacy and information on assisted living in the St. Louis area, including levels of care or how to finance long-term care (Medicare, Medicaid, Veterans Benefits, etc
YWCA WOMEN'S RESOURCE CENTERS
3820 West Pine Blvd. 63108
Domestic Violence/Sexual Assault Line: 314-645-4848
Crisis Line: 314-531-7273
The facility provides apartments for single women for up to two years. Personal and career development services include: case management services, GED certification, educational and vocational assessment, counseling, job readiness training, job search and referrals, life skills. Call the above number for admission requirements.