Community Resources

Beyond Housing
4156 Manchester
314.533.0600
www.beyondhousing.org

Since its inception in 1975, Beyond Housing has sought to provide the supports and services that assisted low-income families in growing into their long-term goals.  Beyond Housing has met the challenge of evolving to incorporate the changing needs of families, communities and the 21st century workplace.  While identifying and addressing immediate needs to establish stability, families are also engaged in a comprehensive array of services that produce positive outcomes.

Midtown Catholic Charities
1202 South Boyle
314.534.1180
www.midtowncc.org

Midtown Catholic Charities mission is to assist individuals, families and groups in their stguggle to survive economic, social, health and emotional crises and to support growth toward self-sufficiency.  Their goal is to integrate social, health, youth and group programs to provide holistic services. To support neighbors through home visits. To break down barriers created by poverty, isolation, fear and prejudice. To recognize and promote the dignity of each person in the community. To be hopeful and witness God’s love for all people.  

Herbert Hoover Boys & Girls Club
4317 Vista
314.633.7900
www.hhbgc.org

The mission of Herbert Hoover Boys & Girls Club (HHBGC) is to inspire and enable youth ages 6 to 18 to realize their full potential as productive, responsible and caring citizens.  Herbert Hoover Boys & Girls Club envisions a future in which success is within reach of every child in the St. Louis region, empowering themselves and influencing future generations toward making a difference for themselves, their community and the global community.

 

Mission: St. Louis
4355 Manchester
314.534.1188
www.missionstl.org

Mission: St. Louis is a community development organization that fights poverty one neighborhood at a time, walking along people as they help themselves.  While increasing home safety by providing free repairs, they build relationships.  They help people find employment so that they can provide for their families.  Through a holistic approach that addresses education, empowerment and economic development, Mission: St. Louis seeks to transform neighborhoods into safe and nurturing environments for all people.

 

The LGBT Center of St. Louis
4337 Manchester
314.472.5428
www.lgbtcenterstl.org

The mission of The Lesbian Gay Bi Transgender Community Center of Metropolitan St. Louis is to provide service to the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, questioning and ally community of St. Louis and its surrounding areas through education, outreach, healthy living and community building.

 

Park Central Development
4512 Manchester, Suite 100
314.535.5311
www.parkcentraldevelopment.org

The mission of Park Central Development is to promote quality residential and commercial development in the neighborhoods of the central corridor, implement infrastructure and beautification projects, plan for future development, improve security, market the area to new residents and visitors, and find funding sources for neighborhood improvement projects. Park Central Development is governed by a Board of Directors made up of residents and institutions from around the ward. Neighborhood committees help guide plans for development, infrastructure, security, marketing and social services.

 

St. Louis Language Immersion Schools
4011 Papin
314.533.09751
www.sllis.org/wp

St. Louis Language Immersion Schools mission is to position all children for success in local and global economies through holistic, intellectually inspiring language immersion programs.   In fifteen years the St. Louis Language Immersion Schools network will create change by strengthening the pipeline of creative, culturally astute leaders prepared for success in post-secondary education institutions, increasing St. Louis’ visibility as a preferred community in which to live, work and raise a family by preparing students to prevail in global economic competition and promoting intercultural dialogue, altruism and civic pride.

 

Adams Elementary
1311 Tower Grove
314.535.3910

Choices Federal Credit Union
4471 Arco
314.827.9518

Commerce Bank
4019 Chouteau
800.453.2265
www.commercebank.com

USPS Post Office
4120 Manchester
314.531.0949120
www.usps.com

Grove Quote

When my partners and I first looked at the Grove area for the bike shop, we were impressed with the location and the renovation that’s been done so far. Even within the few months that our shop has been open, there’s always a special development project in the works. — Randy Bond, Randy’s Recycled Cycles

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