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Saint Louis Community Resources
Casa de Salud
Assistance in finding and providing physical, clinical, and mental health services primarily to new immigrant and refugee populations in Saint Louis.
3200 Chouteau Avenue
St. Louis, MO 63103
Latinos en Axion
A grassroots organization created by and for the Latino immigrants and families serving in areas of social and economic justice.
Step Forward Website
A website created by the We Belong Together campaign in an effort to explain immigrant rights and fight for women's equality.
The website offers help to better understand the different legal approaches/tools to immigration assistance.
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Offers a variety of services to immigrant and refugee population in St. Louis including education, social work, counseling, resettlement and financial literacy.
3401 Arsenal Street
St. Louis, MO 63118
A coalition of organizations that advocates for the basic rights of all immigrants on the local, state and federal level.
2725 Clifton Ave.
St. Louis, MO 63139
Mercy Neighborhood Ministry
A comprehensive list of resources in St. Louis including transportation, child care, food pantries, and immigrant specific needs.
Resources for St. Charles, Jefferson, Franklin and Lincoln counties as well.
Vitendo 4 Africa
A non-profit organization dedicated to empowering immigrants through advocacy and provision of support and services. Programs include youth empowerment, health and economic development.
7220 N. Lindbergh Boulevard
Hazelwood, MO 63042