Help for Youth
Listings of organizations that can help St. Louis City youth with housing, education, substance use, employment and other issues.
You are not alone. If you need emergency shelter, call Annie Malone's 24 hour crisis line at 844-803-7233.
In an emergency, call 911.
Annie Malone Children and Family Center
Annie Malone provides services to youth age 18 and under who are in crisis, and those suffering from problematic substance use.
- 24-hour crisis line: 844-803-7233
- Emergency shelter and food
- Teen drug use program
- Therapeutic services
Website: Annie Malone Children and Family Center
Covenant House provides services to at-risk, trafficked youth and those experiencing homelessness between the ages of 16 and 24.
- Mental and physical healthcare
- Employment classes
Website: Covenant House
Epworth University City Transitional Living Program
Epworth living program provides services to youth and young adults ages 11-24 who are homeless or at risk for homelessness.
- Emergency shelter
- Transitional living programs (supervised and independent)
Website: Epworth University City Transitional Living Program
Faith Walk provides storage space and basic toiletries for youth ages 18-25 experiencing homelessness.
Website: Faith Walk
Education and Employment
Family and Workforce Centers of America: Youth and Family Services Center
FWCA's Youth Services engage youth from infancy to 24 years of age, providing them with education, job opportunities, service activities, and training/mentorship development.
- Child Development Academy
- Healthy relationship education
- Young adult programs
Website: Family and Workforce Centers of America
St. Louis Steppingstone
Steppingstone assists young adults ages 16-21 experiencing homelessness.
- Transitional housing
- Life skills training
- Job application help
Website: St. Louis Steppingstone