In downtown St. Louis, as in other cities, you can find homeless who are suffering while in the same picture find a stark contrast of unintentional photo bombs of how the other half lives, so to speak: playing, eating, having fun. These kinds of pictures help explain, in a visual sense, the inequalities in Downtown St. Louis and in our nation as a whole.
St. Patrick Center: St. Patrick Center is a nonprofit organization that provides comprehensive services to individuals experiencing homelessness. They offer emergency shelter, transitional housing, employment assistance, mental health counseling, substance abuse treatment, and other supportive services.
Gateway 180: Gateway 180 is a homeless shelter that provides emergency shelter, transitional housing, and supportive services for women, children, and families experiencing homelessness.
Biddle Housing Opportunities Center: Biddle Housing Opportunities Center is a 24-hour emergency shelter for adult men experiencing homelessness. It provides temporary shelter, case management, and resources to help individuals secure stable housing.
Housing Resource Center (HRC): HRC is a collaborative effort between the City of St. Louis and various agencies to provide resources and assistance to individuals and families facing homelessness. It serves as a central access point for housing-related services.
St. Patrick Center [stpatrickcenter.org] Welcome Center
800 N. Tucker Blvd., St. Louis, MO 63101
United Way 2-1-1 [mo211.myresourcedirectory.com] by calling 2-1-1
St. Louis Housing Help Line: (314) 802-5444
1520 Market Street, Room 4062
STL Government Homeless Recourses at Website