Community Resources

We've compiled a list of resources we hope can be helpful to you, your family and community. 

The Clark-Fox Family Foundation has compiled a vast array of resources available in the St. Louis region. These interactive maps can help you find the right organization for your need. Simply click on the image of the map you want to view, and you will be redirected to the Clark-Fox Family Foundation website where you can view a comprehensive map and list of resources for that area.

Workforce Development Resources

Immigrant and Refugee Resources

Homelessness Resources

Criminal Justice Resources

Child Wellbeing Resources

Other Community Resources

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ElderLink, 314-812-9300, is a free information and referral phone line staffed by Jewish Federation of St. Louis case managers.

The JFS case managers of Elderlink are trained to help older adults and caregivers navigate new stages of life.
Available Monday through Friday from 8:30 am to 5:00 pm, they provide a knowledgeable and confidential helpline for older adults and their loved ones to access resources and referrals that best meet their needs.

Memory Care is a leading senior care resource for family caregivers seeking information and support as they care for aging parents, spouses, and other loved ones. 

This guide provides more information on memory care, including the benefits of obtaining services, care costs in major cities throughout the country, and options families may have for paying for their loved ones’ care.

Food Outreach

Food Outreach’s mission is to provide nutritional support and enhance the quality of life of men, women, and children living with HIV/AIDS or cancer.

Meal Pick-up Hours: Wednesdays & Thursdays 10:00 am to 2:00 pm
Phone: 314.652.3663

NCJWSTL resource guide

NCJWSTL 2021-2022 Family Resource Guide

The National Council of Jewish Women St. Louis' Family Resource Guide is a listing of resources and services provided by organizations that are available to help families throughout the St. Louis metropolitan area. 

STL County Homeless Helpline

211 or (314) 802-5444 or (866) 802-7155

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline

Available 24/7


Provident Crisis Helpline

Available 24/7


Youth Helpline

(314) 628-2929 or
(877) 928-2929 or
Text: 4HLP to 31658