HOUSING: SHELTERS FOR WOMEN
f you are currently in danger, please call 911
or call the National Domestic Violence Hotline at 1-800-799-7233.
St. Patrick Center
MOBILE OUTREACH HOTLINE
Immediate assistance with provisions, snacks, hygiene kits, referrals and assistance finding shelter beds, especially evenings and weekends. Now providing SHOWERS in five city locations.
MOST EMERGENCY SHELTER AND OTHER HOUSING PROGRAMS REQUIRE
AN INTAKE PROCES:
1. HOMELESS HOTLINE - 314-802-5444 or 2-1-1
Shelter Referral Agency
Call to start the Intake Process by phone.
2. ST. PATRICK CENTER WELCOME CENTER
800 North Tucker 63101
www.stpatrickcenter.org 314-802-0700 Walk-in hours Monday-Friday from 8am-1 pm.
No appointment necessary but it's FIRST COME, FIRST SERVED. Lunch 7 days a week from 12- 12:30
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.
OTHER AREA HOMELESS SERVICES:
- St. Louis County, MO -(314) 615-4453
- Jefferson & Franklin Counties, MO - (636) 629-6193
- St. Charles, MO - (636) 936-8023
- St. Clair County, IL - (618) 227-6790x3333
- Madison County, IL - (618) 692-7040x4386
- East St. Louis, IL - (618) 482-6635
CLICK HERE for a listing of meals and services for women and others who are not staying at Biddle House.
MISSOURI COALITION AGAINST DOMESTIC & SEXUAL VIOLENCE
CLICK TO EMPOWER
Domestic violence information and resources.
NATIONAL HUMAN TRAFFICKING HOTLINE
The toll-free hotline is available to answer calls from anywhere in the country, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, every day of the year in more than 200 languages. Also, many other resources on their website.
P O Box 12206 63157
Facility for girls between the ages of 13-17 years old who have experienced sexual trafficking or
exploitation. Counseling, therapy, housing, education.
HEALING ACTION ST. LOUIS
Services for survivors of Commercial Sexual Exploitation, in addition to advocacy and providing awareness of human trafficking.
ALIVE (Alternatives to Living in a Violent Environment)
PO Box 11201 63105
www.alivestl.org 314-993-7080 24-hour Crisis Hotline 314-993-2777
Temporary emergency sanctuary and transportation to victims of domestic violence, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Night of Safety plus counseling, interventions, legal advocacy.
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.
St. Charles County - The Women’s Center in St. Charles
24-Hour Toll-Free Crisis Line: 877-946-6854 or 636-224-1800
Lincoln County - The Terry L. Robertson Center in Troy
24-Hour Toll-Free Crisis Line: 877-462-1758 or 636-224-1850
Bridgeway operates the only two emergency safe shelters and outreach centers in St. Charles and Lincoln Counties for women and children who are victims of domestic violence.
CALL FOR HELP, INC.
Transitional housing program for homeless women and children.
CITY HOPE ST. LOUIS
2010 South 8th Street 63104
City Hope St. Louis provides immediate shelter and resources for individuals in the Saint Louis Metropolitan Region experiencing homelessness or are at risk of becoming homeless.
Several locations. Contact 2-1-1 or the Homeless Helpline 314-802-5444 to start the intake process.
2727 N. Kingshighway 63113
For Youth. Various locations for teens in crisis. The Covenant House NINELINE (800-999-9999) is a free, confidential crisis hotline that operates 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. The Covenant House NINELINE is also available on the Internet at www.NINELINE.org where young people can submit questions via e-mail or participate in forums.
GATEWAY 180: HOMELESSNESS REVERSED
1000 North 19th St. 63106
www.gateway180.org 314-231-1515 or Housing Hotline 314-802-5444
The shelter provides emergency and comprehensive support shelter services designed to get families into transitional or permanent homes in under 30 days.
GOOD SHEPHERD CHILDREN AND FAMILY SERVICES
1340 Partridge Avenue 63130
Emergency shelter for pregnant and/or parenting teens residing in St. Louis County. Also foster care
and adoptive services. Maternity Shelter & Transitional Living 314-560-6703 – 24-hour helpline.
GRACE AND PEACE WINTER SHELTER FOR WOMEN
5574 Delmar near Union
Call to inquire about their schedule and availability.
HAVEN OF GRACE
1225 Warren 63106
Residential facility that assists homeless, pregnant women with shelter, goal-setting, education, employment, parenting, household management, and permanent residence.
HOLY ANGELS SHELTER
1410 North 37 Street
E. St. Louis, IL 62204
Shelter and housing resources for women and children, starting with financial assistance to help avoid homelessness; residential and after-care services.
KATHY WEINMAN CENTER
Temporary, emergency shelter, court advocacy, professional therapy for women and children, support groups. Follow-up supportive services available. St. Louis County operates this shelter.
Community and faith-based domestic violence education, transitional housing, crisis intervention, court advocacy, support groups for women and children, case management.
MISSIONARIES OF CHARITY
3629 Cottage Ave. 63113
314-533-2777 or 314-533-9070
Emergency shelter for women and small children. Call in the morning to see if they have openings that night. 21 day limit. It is not necessary to have a Housing Hotline referral.
NEW LIFE EVANGELISTIC CENTER (NLEC)
2428 Woodson Road
Overland, MO 63114
314-421-3020 Toll Free: 1-800-334-3276
Emergency shelter 314-421-3020, or 314-690-1304 between 9 AM to 3 PM Monday thru Saturday. Also, residential training programs.
PO Box 2316
East St. Louis, IL 62202-2316
www.opalshouse.org/. 877-OPAL-4-U-2 877-672-5482
Provides emergency shelter for abused women and their children. Works to eliminate the effects of domestic violence within families or intimate partner relationships.
OUR LADY’S INN
St. Louis: 4223 South Compton 63111 314-351-4590
St. Charles: 3607 Highway D, Defiance 63341 636-398-5375
Emergency maternity shelter for pregnant women, 18 and older and their minor children. Transitional housing and case management services available.
QUEEN OF PEACE CENTER CATHEDRAL TOWER
325 N. Newstead St. 63108
Supportive and permanent housing is provided at five locations and at scattered community sites. Part of the Shelter Care Plus program. Walk-In Clinic Hours For Women and Children: Monday – Friday, 9am – 3pm. CSTAR residential and outpatient treatment program.
ROOM AT THE INN
3415 Bridgeland Dr. 63044
St. Louis County immediate, temporary, emergency shelter system for women and families, regardless of age or gender of the children. Churches provide locations.
SALVATION ARMY FAMILY HAVEN
10740 West Page Ave. 63132
Will take families, but no single men. 120-day emergency shelter and resources.
ST. MARTHA'S HALL
P.O. Box 4950, St. Louis 63108
314-533-1313 (available 24/7)
A confidential shelter for abused women and their children. Services include individual and group counseling, legal advocacy, information, referral, and follow up. Clients must be female victims of domestic violence, 18 years old and up. Stays can be up to four months.
ST. PATRICK PARTNERSHIP CENTER
800 North Tucker 63101
St. Patrick Center offers a limited number of beds for mentally ill women.
ST. PHILLIPINE EMERGENCY SHELTER
1015 Goodfellow 63112
A long-term residential program for pregnant and postpartum women and children. For people who have gone through a program for drug rehab through Queen of Peace.
SISTERS HELPING EACH OTHER REACH A HIGHER HEIGHT
Joan B. Quinn Safe House
Provides transitional housing to women, 18 and older, healing from sexual violence and homelessness. Counseling, case management, life skills and permanent housing support.
WOMEN'S SAFE HOUSE
PO Box 63010 63163
www.twsh.org 24 Hour Crisis Hotline 314-772-4535
A shelter for battered women and their children. Services include legal advocacy, community speaking and education, housing referrals, support groups, children’s programs, and limited transportation.