P. O . Box 771554 St. Louis. MO 63177 Phone: 314/314/881-3283 firstname.lastname@example.org
Through the Lifeline cell phone program, low-income Missouri residents can receive a Free cell phone and free wireless service from YourTel Wireless.
Qualifying is easy. Just participate in certain government assistance programs and receive a Free cell phone from YourTel Wireless with no contracts, no credit checks, and no deposits. Apply online today!
COMPREHENSIVE RESOURCE DIRECTORY: www.StartHereSTL.org
MEAL PROVIDERS. CLICK HERE to print out a list of organizations in St. Louis that serve meals and sandwiches throughout the day.
TIPS FOR JOB SEEKERS: CLICK HERE
How to Stop Living Out of Your Car
Housing Options - Shelters through Transitional Housing Options
From Construction Sites to Constructed Homes (for Homeless Vets)
Directory of Pro Bono Legal Aid
Legal Advice for Homeless Vets
Food & Medicine for Pets of the Homeless
Mental Health Resources:
Fees are said to be on a sliding scale.
* Life Crisis Services: A part of Provident Counseling. 314-647-4357. www.providentstl.org/Services/LifeCrisis.aspx
* Center for Trauma Recovery: A part of UMSL. 314-516-6738. http://umsl.edu/~webdev/psychology/psychology/commserv.html
HOMELESSNESS RESOURCE EXCHANGE: HUDRE.INFO
CLICK HERE for information about NIMBY issues and much more.
This is a resource developed to give housing advocates and developers strategies to combat community opposition--NIMBYism (Not In My BackYard) during the process of developing/offering housing and services for homeless individuals.