Resources

We constantly update our list of local resources to provide you with help for your unique needs.

For pregnant moms who are homeless

  • Our Lady’s Inn: This resources provides shelter and services to expectant mothers. They have locations in St. Louis and St. Charles counties. Visit www.ourladysinn.org/need-help for locations and to learn more information.

 

  • Good Shepherd: Good Shepherd offers a maternity shelter for moms ages 12-21 who are pregnant or have small children. Contact Good Shepherd at 314-560-6703 or visit www.goodshepherdstl.org/service/maternity-care for more information.

 

  • The Sparrow’s Nest: Provides shelter and services in St. Charles County to mothers 20-years-old or under. Must be pregnant and/or parenting a child under the age of 5. Learn more at www.thesparrowsneststl.org or calling 636-336-2534.

 

 

For moms who struggle with addiction

  • WISH Center: The Women and Infant Substance Help (WISH) Center provides maternity care for expectant mothers struggling with opioids and other drugs. Contact the WISH Center at 314-768-8230 for more information.

 

  • Bridgeway Behavioral Health: This resource offers both residential and out-patient treatment in the Greater St. Louis area. Women with children are able to bring their children into the residential program. Visit bridgewaybh.com for more information and a list of locations.

 

  • Sana Lake Recovery Center: This world-class drug rehab facility located in Jefferson County offers personal treatment both in-patient and out-patient. Visit sanalake.com or call 855-413-8252 for more information.

 

  • Queen of Peace Center: They provide housing and treatment for mothers who struggle with various substances. Children are allowed to come into their residential program. Contact them at www.qopcstl.org/get-help or 314-531-0511.

 

  • Chestnut Health Systems: Offers outpatient and inpatient treatment options as well as case management. Their locations are in Southern Illinois. Contact them at 618-512-1919 or www.chestnut.org

 

 

For moms who are in a domestic violence relationship

  • National Domestic Violence Hotline: This national resource offers information and support for survivors, abusive partners, and friends and family members. Visit their website at thehotline.org or call 1-800-799-7233 for assistance. Their website also offers a chat feature or you can receive help via text by texting LOVEIS to 22522.

  • Safe Connections: Safe Connections offers supportive services such as counseling and support groups for survivors of domestic violence. Visit their website at www.safeconnections.org or call their 24-hour crisis helpline at 314-531-2003 for assistance.

 

  • The Women’s Safe House: This resource offers safe housing in their shelter and provides multi-level support to address and prevent domestic violence. Visit their website at www.twsh.org or call their 24-hour crisis hotline at 314-772-4535. 

 

  • Bridgeway Behavioral Health: This resource offers shelter for women fleeing domestic violence in St. Charles County. Visit their website at www.bridgewaybh.com or call their 24-hour crisis line at 877-946-6854.

 

  • Violence Prevention Center: This resource is located in Southern Illinois and provides survivors and their dependent children with shelter and other helpful services. Admittance can be provided 24-hours a day by calling their hotline: 618-235-0982 or https://www.vpcswi.org/what-we-do

Christian Family Services, Inc.

Missouri: (314)-968-2216
Illinois: (618) 397-7678
Fax: (314) 968-2335

7955 Big Bend Blvd
Webster Groves, MO 63119

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