Covenant House Missouri is a non-profit organization that empowers homeless, runaway and at-risk youth to live independently and become contributing members of our community. With open doors and open hearts, CHMO builds a bridge from homelessness to opportunity by providing shelter and supportive services to children and youth who are homeless or at great risk. In the spirit of open intake, services will be offered to all youth who seek help, with a priority of concern and commitment to those for whom no other service is available.
Deaf Empowerment Awareness Foundation, Inc. is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization created by deaf individuals. The mission of DEAF, Inc. is to Empower, raise Awareness, and bridge a sustainable Foundation of communication and equal access to both the deaf/hard of hearing and the hearing communities in the St. Louis metro area. The organization’s primary vision is to provide services for deaf/hard of hearing, hearing individuals, and the community in the St. Louis metro area as a whole to ensure effective communication and cultural awareness. This purpose is accomplished through a meaningful unity of community outreach, training, education, advocacy, media, visual arts, and interpreting. DEAF, Inc. provides high-quality interpreting services in an effort to enable the deaf and hard of hearing to freely interact with the mainstream society.
KUTO prepares teens with the skills, confidence and courage to prevent suicide and help their peers, and themselves, cope before, during and after crisis through classroom workshops and a peer-staffed telephone hotline.
Presbyterian Children’s Homes and Services (previously known as Children’s Foundation of Mid-America) provides Christ-centered care and support to children and families in need. The agency provides residential treatment, counseling, foster care case management, therapeutic mentoring, and intensive in-home care in St. Louis and several other locations in Missouri.
Presbyterian Children’s Homes and Services has been helping struggling children and families since 1914. Our programs make a real difference in people’s lives, whether they’re struggling with poverty or mental illness, abuse or neglect, we are there to help.
ServiceWorks is a service-based professional development program for at-risk 16-24 year olds housed in the United Way of Greater St. Louis. Through a combination of workshops and service projects, ServiceWorks teaches young people soft skills such as leadership, communication, and networking that are essential for college and career success. The full length program takes place over the course of 6-12 weeks, but a shorter version is available through one day “boot camps.”