RESOURCES

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Food & Food Stamps

FEEDING MISSOURI

What it is: A database of local food banks as well as a research center regarding food consumption.

 

https://feedingmissouri.org/your-food-bank

Contact Info:

  • (573) 355-7758

ST. LOUIS AREA FOODBANK

https://stlfoodbank.org/program-services/find-food/

Hours:

  • Monday-Friday 8:00 a.m.-4:30 p.m.

Contact Info:

Missouri

Illinois

  • Agency Relations Coordinator
    (618) 307-9236​

CSFP Program (food boxes for seniors)

Commodity Supplemental Food Program (CSFP) boxes contain nutrient-rich foods provided by the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA). These foods provide vitamins A and C, calcium and iron, which are essential nutrients that are often lacking in the diets of low-income seniors. The boxes are delivered to local agencies or senior citizen housing where seniors who meet income guidelines can pick them up each month.

This program prevents many area seniors from having to choose between paying for food or other necessities, such as medicine or utilities.

Food Stamps/SNAP

(Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program)

What it is: SNAP is a state government program that provides financial aid for the purpose of purchasing food.

https://mydss.mo.gov/food-assistance/food-stamp-program

Requirements:

  • The applicant must be a Missouri resident.

  • The members of the applicant's household cannot own resources valued at more than $2,250 at application, excluding the primary home, vehicles, burial plots, life insurance, prepaid burials, non-income producing real and personal property, Indian and Alaskan Native payments, savings/pension plans, and resources they do not have access to.

  • There are times that governmental payments, contracts and notes will also be excluded. If everyone in the household is age 60 or over, or disabled, the resource limit is $3,500.

  • A household member convicted after August 22, 1996 in a Federal or State court of a felony or any crime related to illegal possession, use, or distribution of a controlled substance may be eligible for Food Stamp benefits for themselves if certain exemptions apply.

  • A household member who is a fleeing felon and is in violation of a condition of probation or parole imposed under a Federal or State Law will not receive Food Stamp benefits for themselves.

  • The applicants must either have or agree to apply for Social Security numbers for all household members or that househoold member will not receive Food Stamp benefits for themselves.

  • Food Stamp benefits cannot be withdrawn as cash.

  • Food Stamp benefits cannot be used to purchase:

    • Alcoho​l;

    • Tobacco;

    • Hot prepared foods;

    • Foods prepared to be immediately eaten;

    • Vitamins, medicine, supplements; or

    • Non-food items such as paper products, soap,or pet food.

Contact Info:

  • Phone: (877) 653-9522

 
 
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Housing & Rent

PROJECT OUTREACH, LLC

https://projectoutreachstl.org/

5415 Page Boulevard #302C St. Louis, MO 63112

Toni T. Wade (Executive Director)

Contact Info:

Community Action Agency of St. Louis County Inc. (CAASTLC)

(An as-funding-permits organization)

  • Weatherization Assistance Program: The Weatherization Assistance Program is administered by the Missouri Department of Economic Development. Weatherization reduces air infiltration into the home to help households save money on their heating and cooling bills. The average family saves over $437 a year after their home has been weatherized. Income eligible home owners and renters are eligible for this free service. https://www.caastlc.org/programs-page/housing-assistance/

  • Housing Assistance: CAASTLCInc. has a comprehensive housing assistance program which includes Down Payment Assistance, Housing Counseling, Disaster Relief, and Rent/Mortgage Assistance. https://www.caasltc.org/programs-page/housing-assistance/

  • Housing Repair Program: CAASTLC, Inc. works with a variety of grant sources to provide funds for specific home repairs for St. Louis County homeowners. Participants are educated through Healthy Homes to learn techniques to have a safe and healthy home. Homes are then referred to Weatherization for additional services. https://www.caastlc.org/programs-page/energy-services

  • H2O Help Program: In partnership with Missouri American Water, CAASTLC, Inc. provides supplemental funding (as funding permits) to customers who are facing disconnection of their water servicces. https://www.caastlc.org/programs-page/h20-help-program/

Beyond Housing

https://projectoutreachstl.org/

Rental Housing:

Senior Housing

Modern House

Financial Aid/Crisis

Saint Vincent Church

What: They have grants, free money for paying bills or living expenses. May be able to assist with short term rental assistance.

Where: 1310 Papin Street, St. Louis, Mo 63103

Contact: 314-881-6000), which is part of SVDP.

Requirements: Interview required as well as a home visit. Church volunteer must approve any house agreement and the condition of the home before any rental help can be authorized.

*** The funds can be used to pay different types of utility bills. this includes water, heating fuel, gas, or electric. the demand on a church is usually higher during the St. Louis winter month, as the charities want homes with kids or the elderly to stay warm. Families should therefore apply early***

Antioch Baptist church

  • Where: 4213 west North Market Street, St. Louis, MO 63133

  • Contact: (314) 535-1110

  • What: Clothing vouchers, applications to prescription drug patient assistance programs, household goods, gasoline and much more. All requests are reviewed on a one off basis.

Christ Church Cathedral

  • Where: 1210 Locust Street, St. Louis, MO 63103 

  • Contact: (314) 231-3454

  • What: Operates one of the regions Extreme Cold Weather Warming Centers. This will get the homeless, elderly, and disabled out of the cold weather. The person dropping in not only has a warm space to stay, but hot drinks and meals are given too. Or, if they need a blanket or sweater for the winter, then basic needs are given.

Believers Temple Word Fellowship

  • Where: 2115 Chambers Rd., St. Louis, MO 63136  

  • Contact: (314) 388-0801

  • What: Provides tax support and information on programs such as the St. Louis county Property Rebate program. This service is similar to the VITA program. Find more information on property tax help.

 
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Jobs

Work From Home:

  • Online surveys

  • Sell your hair​

    • Pay: Tens​ or hundreds of dollars per year

    • Job Description: There are several websites and applications that can be used for selling your hair. It is possible to make hundreds (maybe even a few thousand) dollars per year doing this, and of course it can be done from your home. Learn more on selling your hair for cash:

    • https://buyandsellhair.com

    • Craigslist, Ebay, and Facebook Marketplace

    • https://hairsellon.com

    • https://onlinehairaffair.com

  • Home Call Center Jobs​

    • Pay: $8 - $14/hr 

    • Job Description: These work at home positions handle airline and hotel reservations, roadside assistance, sales calls, and tech support.

  • Retail Merchandising​

    • Pay: Up to $16 per hour, and $20 per job​

    • Job Description: Visit retail establishments to ensure displays are in order, promotions are selling well, staff is aware of products, and other activities.

  • Mystery Shopping​

    • Pay: Typically $20-$100 per assignment

    • Job Description: You "pretend" to be an actual retail customer, and mystery shop to ensure a high level of customer service at the establishment. Other jobs may involve reviewing a company's website, from the comfort of your own home or testing a 1-800 toll free line. Mystery shopping can include various activities.

  • Answering​ Service

    • Pay: $9.46-$12.69 per assignment

    • Job Description: You can answer incoming calls from offices (i.e. apartment complex, doctors offices, etc.) after normal business hours and then you relay that information per specific account protocol.

  • Write Online Articles

    • Pay: ​Per article and per thousand page views

    • Job Description: Write online articles for websites such as ehow, associated content, examiner, and many others.

  • Medical Biller

    • Pay: ​$11.88-$15.72

    • Job Description: Medical billing and its related health care field occupations are one of the fastest growing opportunities in medical care. The government and insurance companies are spending more money and time researching and controlling claims' fraud, theft, abusive practices, and medical necessity issues. Because of this need for help, hospitals, pharmacies, insurance companies and other providers are hiring more.

  • Sell or license photography

    • Pay: Recurring revenue of hundreds of dollars per year in subsequent years

    • Job Description  Anyone can do this, even beginners. Any pictures you take during the course of the day, using even a smartphone, can be sold or licensed. It is free to list the photos, and it can done from home or even using a phone app.

  • Pre Paid Legal Plans

    • Pay: ​Up to several hundred dollars (or more!) per month

    • Job Description: Market legal insurance plans for this publicly held company. They have recently had their 100th member earn one million dollars

  • Read and review books

    • Pay: ​Up to $70 in cash or gift cards

    • Job Description: If you like to read books and think you can write a decent review of them, then this work from home job may be for you. You can get paid for this hobby or interest you have.

  • Scheduler

    • Pay: ​$11 to $17/hr.

    • Job Description: You will handle client calendars, update appointments, and potentially process bills as needed. This can all be available as a work from home position.

  • Tutor

    • Pay:  $10 - $19/hr​.

    • Job Description: Provide group or one-on-one instruction and help. You can help and tutor individuals directly from your home.

  • Childcare Worker/Babysitter

    • Pay: ​ $7-10/hr

    • Job Description: Work from home and help care for children. Employees may also organize and participate in their recreational activities, discipline children, etc. At-home childcare workers will sometimes also provide before and after-school care.

There and many flexible jobs, side gig jobs, and work from home positions. Visit flexjobs.com for more ideas.

 

Clothing

St. Louis Adventist Community Services

  • What: Provides material goods, such as clothing and household items, to individuals in the immediate service area.

  • Where: 3221 Woodson Rd., Saint Louis, MO 63114

International Institute of Metropolitan St. Louis 

  • What: This non-profit mostly focuses on immigrants and newcomers. the center can provide new American in the St. Louis area with used clothing, supplies, and household furnishings. The center may offer grants, vouchers, or coupons. A key offering is also referrals to resources for immigrants. Receive seasonal clothing, winter coats, personal items and shoes.

  • Where: Address - 3654 South Grand Boulevard, Saint Louis, MO 61138

  • Contact: (314) 771-3987

Joint Neighborhood Ministry

  • What: The organization can provide free or low cost clothing for low-income families in the region. Students can get free backpacks, uniforms, notebooks, and other items for the school year.

  • Where: Location is 2911 McNair Avenue, St. Louis, MO 63118

  • Contact: (314) 771-3987

Inner City Christian Church, Inc.

  • Where: 1956 East Warne Avenue, St. Louis, MO 63118

  • Contact: (314) 385-9375 for intake

 Home Sweet Home

  • What: The charity supports the city and county of St. Louis. Donated furniture is given to the low income, including single parents, working poor, and others. They partner with churches, non-profits, and charities to give out beds, electronics, couches, tables, lamps, chairs, TVs, and other goods.

  • Where: 290 Hanley Industrial Court, Brentwood, MO 63144

  • Contact: (314) 448-9838

Mt. Olive Lutheran Church - Isaiah 58 Food Pantry

  • Where: 4246 Shaw Boulevard, Saint Louis, MO 63110

  • Contact: (314) 771-5714

St. Patrick Center

  • What: If you need clothes, call the location. They offer clothes from the on-site clothing closet, used suits, shoes for children, and maybe even gifts for children at Christmas.

  • Where: 800 North Tucker Boulevard, Saint Louis, MO 63101

  • Contact: (314) 802-0700

Urban League of Metropolitan
St. Louis

  • What: Provides free, clean, gently used clothing to clients. A focus is on self-sufficiency, so clothes may be offered for a job interview, or even if someone needs it for work. Suits, pants, briefcases, slacks, and similar goods are offered. Or get information on career counseling.

  • Where: 8960 Jennings Station Rd., Saint Louis, MO 63136

  • Contact: (314) 388-9840

Christ Pilgrim Rest Missionary Baptist Church

  • What: The church offers personal hygiene products and clothing.

  • Where: 1341 North Kingshighway, Saint Louis, MO 63113

  • Contact: (314) 367-2974

Salvation Army Center

  • What: There are a few in the city and county of Saint Louis. Whether it's school supplies (bookbags, pens, pencils, etc.) or food or shelter, the charity helps the poor and less fortunate. they also offer free birthday or Christmas toys, food boxes, and other aid.

St. Johns Community Service Ministry Inc.

  • What: Provides clothing to those who are in need.

  • Where: 2240 Saint Louis Ave., Saint Louis, MO 63106

  • Contact: (314) 533-8668

Our Lady of Perpetual Help, Inc.

  • What: In addition to clothing, they have baby formula and diapers when available. Maternity clothes, or maybe even items like cribs may be offered too. New parents, or the formerly homeless may get basic furniture items for a new home or apartment in St. Louis 

  • Where: 4335 Warne Ave., Saint Louis, MO 63107

  • Contact: (314) 533-8668

Sunshine Ministries, Inc.

  • What: Center may offer clothing and supplies for those who qualify. By appointment only.  

  • Where: 1520 North 13th Street, Saint Louis, MO 63106

  • Contact: (314) 231-8209

 
 

Mental Health

GoalDriven Counseling

Sliding scale online therapy

www.goaldrivencounseling.com

(314) 699-4216

Missouri Department of Mental Health 

https://dmh.mo.gov/mental-illness

National Alliance of Mental Health

https://namimissouri.org/

Community Action Agency of St. Louis County, ICN (CAASTLC)

  • Who Qualifies: All non-class A Felonies, misdemeanors, no new offences in 3-7 years and never received prior expungement

  • What's needed (for expungement services): Case/docket #, dates of conviction, completed expungement petition and affidavit declaring poverty

  • Service:

    • An​ger management classes

    • One-on-one case management

    • Drug & Alcohol Classes

    • Parole to payroll employment classes

    • Expungement Service

    • Makin'it Work reentry curriculum

    • "Fair Chance" Hiring Events

  • Contact:

    • Phone: (314) 863-0015​

    • Fax: (314) 863-1287

Places for People

https://www.placesforpeople.org/

  • Services: Recovery-based treatment for mental illness and substance abuse disorders.

  • Where: 4130 Lindell Boulevard, St. Louis, MO 63108

  • Contact:

    • Phone: (314) 535-5600

    • Crisis Line: 1-800-811-4760

Walter's Walk

https://www.walterswalk.com

  • What:  A non-profit counseling agency  that serves children and adults who have experienced trauma, depression and anxiety​.

  • Where: 4246 Shaw Boulevard, Saint Louis, MO 63110

  • Contact:

Care and Counseling

https://www.careandcounseling.org

  • What: 

    • Individual therapy

    • Couples therapy

    • Child, adolescent, and teen therapy

    • Family therapy

    • Employee assistance program

  • Contact: (314) 878-4340

 

Sobriety

Women's AA Groups Reference Website:

https://aastl.org/meetings/?tsml-day=any

Queen of Peace

Contact:

325 North Newstead

St. Louis, MO 63108

(314) 531-0511

(Fax) 314.652.263

Services:

  • Walk-in Clinic: Reach the Coordinator of Client Services at (314) 531-0511 ext.102

  • Nurturing Networks: Reach Olivia Monroe, Lead Early Childhood Educator, at omonroe@ccstl.org or (314) 531-0511 ext. 104

  • Adolescent Resource Center: Reach Rosie Seiler, Director of Housing and community Services, at rseiler@ccstl.org or (314) 531-0511 ext. 203

  • Housing: Reach Rosie Seiler, Director of Housing and community Services, at rseiler@ccstl.org or (314) 531-0511 ext. 203

  • Human Resources: Reach Steve Saffa, Director of Human Resources at ssaffa@ccstl.org or (314) 531-0511 ext.189

  • Volunteer Program: Reach Emma Welsh, Development Coordinator, at ewelsh@ccstl.org or (314) 531-0511 ext. 147

  • Clinical Intern and Practicum Opportunities: Reach Amber Simpson, Clinical Director of Family-Centered Treatment, at asimpson@ccstl.org or (314) 531-0511 ext. 197.

  • Donations and Tax Credits: Reach Emma Welsh, Development Coordinator, at ewelsh@ccstl.org or (314) 531-0511 ext. 147

  • Fundraising Events: Reach Kate Fletcher, Event and Communication Manager, at kfletcher@ccstl.org or (314) 531-0511 ext. 180

  • Media Relations: Reach Jeff Buchek, Manager of Donor and Community Relations, at jbuchek@ccstl.org

Alcoholics Anonymous STL
(General)

https://aastl.org/events-calendar/

Contact:

(314) 647-3677

14 Sunnen Dr., St. Louis MO 63143

Narcotics Anonymous STL

  • What: NA is a non-profit or society of men and women for whom drugs have become a major problem. We are recovering addicts who meet regularly to help each other stay clean. This is a program of complete abstinence from all drugs.

  • Requirements: The desire to stop using

  • Contact:

    • 24 hour helplines:

      • St. Louis: 314-830-3232

      • St. Charles: 636-697-8406

      • Metro East: 618-398-9409

      • Mid East MO: 636-875-1001

    • STL chapter: http://stlna.org/

    • World services: https://na.org/

Family Haven

Services: Detoxification services, alcohol and drug treatment, domestic violence services, emergency shelter, casework services, transitional housing, daycare, community recreation program, etc.

SAMHSA's National Helpline

(Treatment Referral Routing Services)

  • What:  a confidential, free information service in English and Spanish, for individuals and family members facing mental and/or substance use disorders. This service provides referrals to local treatment facilities, support groups, and community-based organizations. Callers can also order free publications and other information. 

  • Contact:

    • 1-800-662-4357, or TTY: 1-800-487-4889

    • Hours: 24/7

NCADA

  • What: One of the NCADA's major goals is to teach young people the skills needed to resist the pressures to use and abuse drugs. We offer proven, evidence-based and best-practice-based curricula for every grade from k-12 in nearly 300 schools in the region. Additionally, we offer youth leadership programs and a wide range of non-school-based prevention services.

  • Services: They educate about drub and alcohol abuse, link the community with resources to combat the illness of abuse, provide support to people struggling with an addiction as well was supporting their families. They have a strong focus on prevention and therefore are targeting their message to young people and their families.

  • Contact:

    • Treatment Referral Line

      • 314-962-3456​

    • Main Office

      • 9355 Olive Boulevard, St. Louis, MO 63132​

    • Franklin County Office:

      • 3033 Highway A, Suite 102 Washington, MO 63090​

      • 636-239-7652

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Medical & Dental

PROJECT OUTREACH, LLC

https://projectoutreachstl.org/

Listed below are Medical Clinics that take Medicaid, Medicare, no insurance, and/or have a sliding scale payment arrangement.

CROSS TRAILS MEDICAL CENTER

106 N. Oaks St, Advance, MO 63730

573-339-1196

MARY ANN BRADLEY MEDICAL & DENTAL CENTER

927 N Highway 71, Anderson, MO 64831-9753

417-451-9450

ANNAPOLIS FAMILY CLINIC

202 N. Allen St, Annapolis, MO 63620-8778

(573) 598-4213

DOUGLAS COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH

504 N.W. 10th Ave, Ava, MO 65608

417-683-4831

**This center is a community-controlled, non-profit facility. It can offer some basic care, immunization, flu shots and other support**

BERNIE FAMILY CLINIC

200 W. hunts Rd, Bernie, MO 63822-8145

Call 573-748-2404 for hours

VALLEY SPRINGS MEDICAL CLINIC

525 Co Rd 816, Black, MO 63625

(573) 269-1035

BRAYMER CLINIC

109 Main St, Braymer, MO 64624

816-271-8261

CAINSVILLE MEDICAL CLINIC

707 Victory Ln, Cainsville, MO 64632

816-271-8261

**Some of what may be provided includes free primary and specialty care services, family medicine, integrative medicine, and check ups.**

CROSS TRAILS MEDICAL CENTER

408 S. Broadway St, Cape Girardeau, MO 63703-5725

573-339-1196

FAMILY HEALTH CENTER @ BLIND BOONE

301 N. Providence Rd, Columbia, MO 65203-4091

573-443-2556

**The health center may off non-emergency, outpatient medical services. Dental, mental health and pharmacy services/needs can be met.**

FAMILY HEALTH CENTER OF BOONE COUNTY

1001 W. Worley St, Columbia, MO 65203-2037

573-874-7355

FAMILY DENTAL CENTER (Dr. Brian Fischer, DDS)

601 Business Loop 70 W. Ste 216C, Columbia, MO 65203-2546

573-214-2314

**Dentists can offer free or variable rate billing for check ups, cleaning jobs, lab work, and fluoride.**

GREAT MINES HEALTH CENTER-DESOTO

123 W. Pratt St, De Soto, MO 63020

573-438-9355

N.E. MISSOURI FAMILY HEALTH CLINIC

100 E. Jackson St, Edina, MO 63537

660-627-5757

ELLINGTON FAMILY CLINIC

61 Highway Y, Ellington, MO 63638

573-663-2525

**Receive case management of specialty and inpatient services, flu shots, check ups for children, and medical care for senior. Variable rate billing may be offered to those that meet income limits.**

BIG SPRINGS DENTAL CLINIC

115 W E Walnut St, Ellington, MO 63638

573-663-3177

SHANNON COUNTY FAMILY CLINIC

17959 Main Street Eminence, MO 65466

(573) 226-5505

GREAT MINES HEALTH CENTER-FARMINGTON

508 West Pine Street, Farmington MO 63640

(573) 664-1100

MISSOURI OZARKS COMMUNITY HEALTH

201 Elm St, Gainesville, MO 65655
(417) 679-2775

HAMILTON MEDICAL CLINIC

101 Cross St, Hamilton, MO 64644

(816) 583-2151

**Doctors and specialists offer health screenings, pediatric care and general medicine. If patients meet poverty guidelines, free care may be administered by the community clinic.**

RODGERS-INDEPENDENCE DENTAL CENTER

620 W. 23rd St, Independence, MO 64055

(816) 254-3382

SWOPE HEALTH INDEPENDENCE

11320 E. Truman Road, Independence, MO 64050

816-599-5201

IRONTON MEDICAL CLINIC

128 W Russell St, Ironton MO, 63650

(573) 546-3434 for appointments

JEFFERSON CITY CLINIC

408 Dix Rd. Jefferson City, MO 65109

573-632-2777

** A Federally Qualified Health Centers. Will help the uninsured, underinsured, qualified low income patients, and other that qualify based on income.**

OZARK CENTER

3010 McClelland Blvd, Joplin, MO 64804

417-347-7700

MY DENTAL CLINIC

2700 McClelland Blvd. C, Joplin, MO 64804

417-451-9450

OZARK TRI COUNTY PEDIATRICS

2700 McClelland Suite B216, Joplin, MO 64804

417-659-9100

SWOPE HEALTH PLAZA

4401 Wornall Rd, Kansas City, MO 64111

816-922-7602

SWOPE PARKWAY HEALTH CENTER

3801 Blue Parkway, Kansas City, MO  64130

816-923-5800

SAMUEL U. RODGERS HEALTH CENTER, INC.

825 Euclid Ave, Kansas City, MO 64124

816-474-4920

RODGERS SOUTH

2701 E. 31st St, Kansas City, MO - 64128

816-861-7070

OTTO BEAN MEDICAL CENTER/KENNETT DENTAL CLINIC

500 Russell St, Kennett, MO 63857

(573) 717-1332

KING CITY CLINIC

305 N. Rhode Island, King City, MO 64463

(660) 535-4347

KIRKSVILLE VETERANS CLINIC

506 Rosewood Drive, Kirksville, MO 63501

(660) 627-8387

N.E. MO FAMILY HEALTH CLINIC

402 W JEFFERSON ST  KIRKSVILLE, MO 63501

(660) 627-5757

N.E. MISSOURI PEDIATRICS

402 W. Jefferson Suite A, Kirksville, MO  63501

(660) 627-5757

N.E. MISSOURI WOMEN'S & FAMILY HEALTH CLINIC

502 Rosewood Dr. Kirksville, MO 63501

(660) 627-5757

N.E. MISSOURI DENTAL CLINIC

302 W. Jefferson St. Kirksville, MO 63501

(660) 627-5757

RODGERS LAFAYETTE COMMUNITY HEALTH

811A S. State Highway 13, Lexington, MO 64067

816-889-4600

CHC OF CENTRAL MISSOURI

1811 Highway 50 E. Linn, MO 65051

573-632-2777

MISSOURI OZARKS COMMUNITY HEALTH

804 N. Highway 5, Mansfield, MO 65704

417-683-4831

CROSS TRAILS MEDICAL CENTER

109 Highway 51 N. Marble Hill, MO 63764

Call for free health care 573-339-1196

ADVOCATES FOR A HEALTH COMMUNITY INC.

DBA JORDAN VALLEY COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTER - MARSHFIELD CLINIC

667 Church St Marshfield, MO 65706

417-831-0150

MOUND CITY ANNEX

514 State St. Mound City, MO - 64470

660-442-5313

MOUND CITY CLINIC

502 State St. Mound City, MO 64470

816-271-8261

 

Address:

7267 Natural Bridge Rd. 

St. Louis, MO  63121

Phone:

314-381-0401

Email:

thesoulfisherministries@yahoo.com

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