Listing of CoC member organizations and their website links.
Please click on a provider name to go to their homepage.
BJC Behavioral Health
Bridgeway Behavioral Health
Catholic Charities Housing Resource Center
Catholic Family Services
Center for Women in Transition
Covenant House of Missouri
Equal Housing Opportunity Council
Family Care Health Center
Haven of Grace
Legal Services of Eastern Missouri
Missouri Department of Mental Health
Missouri Housing Development Commission (MHDC)
Missouri Probation & Parole
Municipal Information Systems, Inc.
Our Lady's Inn
Peter & Paul Community Services, Inc.
Places for People (formerly Community Alternatives)
Preferred Family Healthcare, Inc.
Queen of Peace
Redevelopment Opportunities for Women
Social Security Administration
Society of St. Vincent de Paul
St. Francis Xavier
St. John's Mercy Neighborhood Ministry
St. Louis Agency on Training & Education (SLATE)
St. Louis City Health Department
St. Louis Housing Authority
St. Louis Empowerment Center
St. Louis Office of DD Resources
St. Louis Transitional Hope House
St. Martha's Hall
St. Patrick Center
Stepping Into the Light
The Salvation Army
The Women's Safe House
Urban League of Metropolitan St. Louis
Veteran's Administration Medical Center
Membership in the St. Louis City CoC is open to any individual or organization – nonprofit, for profit, or governmental – that is committed to ending homelessness or assisting people who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless. Members will vote and discuss various CoC policies, procedures and services that will prevent and end homelessness in the City of St. Louis. New members will receive voting privileges 6 months from the approval date of membership. Each member organization shall be entitled to one vote. Each individual member shall be entitled to one vote. Annually each member organization and individual members shall renew their membership by submitting a renewal form to the membership committee by January 31. Only active member organizations will have voting privileges. Active membership is determined by the member's attendance at general and committee board meetings. To be considered an active member, members must be in attendance at 50% of general meetings and 50% of at least one committee's meetings. Each member must serve on at least one of the eight committees.
To Become A CoC Member:
Download a Membership Application and return it by
Emailing it to: Shanna Nieweg, Chairperson of the Membership Committee at firstname.lastname@example.org
Mailing it to: St. Louis City CoC-Membership Application
1520 Market Street, Room 4062
St. Louis, MO 63103
and it'll be forwarded to Shanna Nieweg