• Pattonville Community Resources

    • Housing & Homeless Services

      Subsidized Housing 

      Over the past sixty years, the Housing Authority has been committed to assisting people in St. Louis County with finding affordable housing. We are a federally funded agency providing assistance to moderate and low-income families, the elderly, and persons with disabilities.

      Housing Authority of St. Louis County
      8865 Natural Bridge
      St. Louis, Mo 63121
      (314) 428-3200
      Over the past sixty years, the Housing Authority has been committed to assisting people in St. Louis County with finding affordable housing. We are a federally funded agency providing assistance to moderate and low-income families, the elderly, and persons with disabilities.

      Housing Authority of St. Louis County
      8865 Natural Bridge
      St. Louis, Mo 63121
      (314) 428-3200
      Housing and Homeless Services

      Missionaries of Charity
      Independent Shelter

      Missionaries of Charity
      3629 Cottage Ave

      St Louis
      MO
      Zip: 63113
      Telephone: 314-533-2777

      Saint Louis City or 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.

      To access homeless services in Saint Louis County, call:

      HOMELESS HOTLINE - 314-802-5444 (VOICE)
      Toll Free - 1-866-802-7155
      For Hearing or Speech Impaired - 314-802-5348 (TTY)
      New Life Evangelistic Center continues to provide emergency shelter for homeless men, women and children at NLEC centers throughout the state of Missouri, with shelters also in Illinois and Arkansas. Thousands of men, women and children are given a place to sleep for at least one night, amounting to a total of over 50,000 “bed-nights” served each year.

      NLEC is independent from the Homeless Hotline


      St. Louis – Men, Women, Children
      1411 Locust St
      St. Louis, MO 63103
      (314) 421-3020

      Rent and Utility Assistance 

      Community Action Agency administers various programs including: Individual & family counseling Drug & alcohol counseling Drug & alcohol aftercare maintenance program Drug & alcohol program designed specifically for women Food Pantry Employment Development Program Utility Assistance Housing Assistance Life Skills Classes RISK/Gang Prevention Weatherization Assistance Program Income guidelines apply 314-863-0015

      Community Helping Ministries
      Provides financial aide for utilities and rent when funds are available. Also provides school supplies and canned foods. ONLY SERVES FAMILIES OF PATTONVILLE SCHOOLS.
      3770 McKelvey Rd
      Bridgeton, MO 63044
      (314) 770-2216
      EnergyCare promotes healthier, safer home environments and independent living by providing year-round energy-related services in St. Louis communities for low-income households with persons who are elderly, disabled, or chronically ill, and young children.

      Services Include:
      Emergency goods (blankets, a heater or a window air conditioner)
      Minor furnace repair for homeowners
      Counseling regarding delinquent heating and cooling bills
      Home Weatherization

      Phone: 314-773-5900
      HandS provides services to people in need of food, utility or financial assistance. We sponsor the Fall Blanket & Coat Drive, Thanksgiving Baskets for the Needy and the Christmas Giving Tree.

      3130 Parkwood Lane
      Maryland Heights, MO 63043
      314-739-9796

      PAKT can assist with emergency rent and utility assistance (when funds are available) and has a food pantry. Please call to obtain information about the following serivces: Legal counseling, AIDS awareness, drug abuse prevention, immigrant support, summer day camp, after school activities, sports/recreation programs, cultural enrichment, spiritual development, Self-Esteem Building and, Christmas toy distribution. 314-524-2710

      When funds are available, Urban League offers a variety of services such as utility assistance, food, clothing, emergency cash assistance, and more. Food pantry and clothing store open 8:30am to 4:00pm.

      314-388-9840

      Long Term Housing

      Beyond Housing provides affordable housing, helps families achieve and sustain homeownership, fosters the well-being of families, and identifies and addresses neighborhood needs. The principal functions through which they deliver products and services in the core business content areas include Service-Enriched Rental Housing, Homeownership Services, and Community Building. For downpayment and closing cost assistance and for general information call: 314-533-0600. If you are in danger of foreclosure call: 888-995-HOPE (4663)
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