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    Homeless Services

    Community in Partnership Family Center/CSTAR
    10740 West Page Avenue
    St. Louis, MO 63132
    (314) 423-7770

    Through an array of comprehensive services, the Community in Partnership Family Center provides shelter, casework and a variety of programs to help families become independent again. Programs range from life-skills classes to a mandatory savings plan, domestic violence classes, General Equivalency Diploma classes and counseling sessions.

    Family Haven
    3744 Lindell Boulevard
    St. Louis, MO 63108
    (314) 534-1250

    Through a five-stage treatment plan, Family Haven helps stabilize homeless families in crisis and relocate them into safe and affordable housing. Programs include casework, counseling services, child care and training sessions on budgeting, family management, nutrition and employment.

    Harbor Light Center
    3010 Washington Avenue
    St. Louis, MO 63103
    (314) 652-3310

    The Harbor Light Center provides emergency and treatment services for homeless men. Programs include emergency shelter, life-skills classes, addiction counseling and job-search assistance. The center also provides a veterans program and has a Corps Community Center.

    Railton Residence
    205 N. 18th Street
    St. Louis, MO 63103
    (314) 621-2424

    Railton Residence, a 15-story low-income apartment building located in downtown St. Louis, offers affordable housing to formerly homeless individuals who now have a source of income. The facility provides a healthy environment for formerly addicted and homeless individuals, allowing them to get back on their feet by renting an apartment in a safe, drug-free environment.

    Transitional Housing Program
    10740 West Page Avenue
    St. Louis, MO 63132
    (314) 423-7770

    The apartment-based Transitional Housing Program provides families who have graduated from a shelter the real-life experience of maintaining a household while working through significant issues that prevent them from self-sufficiency, such as chemical addiction, inadequate education or long-term welfare dependency. Services range from furnished apartments to day care, group meetings and assistance with permanent housing placement.

    Quick Facts

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