There are many charitable causes and community organizations doing great work. We want to feature some of them and to let you know about their exceptional programs. They can all use your help in whatever form you choose to give it. We all have a stake and we can all make a difference. These organizations are exemplary, and they have made a difference.
St. Patrick Center is the largest provider of homeless services in Missouri. With 28 housing, employment and mental health programs and 11 partners in our Partnership Center, we assist more than 9,000 individuals and their families annually. We help individuals and families move from homelessness to independence in a measurable, cost-effective manner. St. Patrick Center is also a national model for best practices and has been recognized for its innovation and successful outcomes.
From our humble beginnings in 1983 to our five-story Partnership Center today, St. Patrick Center is a Force for Change. For the addicted client who needs help with recovery to the ex-offender who needs help getting back into society. For the unemployed professional who needs a boost to search for a job to the mentally ill client on the streets who needs permanent, supportive housing. For homeless veterans, new small businesses, families with children and more, we are a Force for Change.
Our troubled world has affected us all. Each of us knows someone who is struggling. Please help St. Patrick Center build permanent, positive change. Visit www.stpatrickcenter.org or call 314-802-0700.
St. Patrick Center provides opportunities for self-sufficiency and dignity to persons who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless. Individuals achieve permanent, positive changes in their lives through affordable housing, sound mental health, employment and financial stability.
St. Patrick Center
800 N. Tucker Blvd.
St. Louis, MO 63101
St. Patrick Center was recently selected as a finalist by the Pepsi Refresh Project and awarded $50,000 for their City Seeds Urban Farm, a partnership between Gateway Greening and SPC, and featured on the Today Show. http://www.today.msnbc.msn.com/id/37309350