CHILDREN'S SERVICE FUND
HOMELESS HELPLINE (314-802-5444)
Saint Louis County residents who are homeless or experiencing a housing crisis can seek assistance by calling the Emergency Shelter Hotline. The Hotline is a centralized intake and referral system that can be accessed by calling a single number (314-802-5444). The caller is interviewed by an intake specialist, and if in crisis, is referred to either emergency shelter or rent/mortgage/utility assistance. The Hotline is the result of a collaboration between the City of Saint Louis and Saint Louis County, who jointly fund the program.
MERCY NEIGHBORHOOD MINISTRY RESOURCES
START HERE - ST. LOUIS AREA RESOURCE GUIDE
UNITED WAY 211
FERGUSON-FLORISSANT FOOD DISTRIBUTION INFORMATION
Ferguson-Florissant School District will continue to provide breakfasts and lunches through their Grab and Go Meal Program. For more information, visit Ferguson Florissant School District Meal Distribution.
Blessed Teresa of Calcutta Parish (120 N Elizabeth Ave) - Drive-thru food pantry is open on Tuesdays from 9:30 - 11:30 AM.
TEAM (314-831-0879) - Open Monday-Friday from 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM and Saturday from 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM for Hazelwood and Florissant residents only. Must call to make an appointment.
OPERATION FOOD SEARCH
Operation Food Search has resumed their Drive-Thru Food Pick-Up for Kids at participating St. Louis County Library branches. Meals consist of two breakfasts and two lunches per child and are distributed each week on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday at the following branches:
- Bridgeton Trails
- Cliff Cave
- Florissant Valley
- Indian Trails
- Jamestown Bluffs
- Lewis and Clark
- Natural Bridge
- Prairie Commons
- Rock Road
- Weber Road
Operation Food Search also operates a hunger hotline, which can be reached at 314-726-5355.
ST. LOUIS AREA FOOD BANK
St. Louis Area Food Bank has a Food Pantry Link to help identify food pantries in your area.
St. Louis Area Food Bank is also operating mobile markets at locations in various areas throughout St. Louis. If you or someone you know has a vehicle, you can visit one of the Emergency Mobile Food Distributions. These events are set up to be drive-through food distributions. Please have an ID and arrive early. No need to leave your vehicle. Volunteers and staff will put food in your car. Please make sure you have space in your vehicle for the food items and that you not leave your vehicle during the distribution. A complete list of dates, times, and locations can be found on their Events Page.
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