The Network is pleased to work with the following organizations offering meaningful program services designed especially for our community.
Belle Children’s Services of St. Louis Arc provides therapy services, including speech and language, occupational therapy and physical therapy at two locations.
Beyond Housing offers affordable single-family rental homes and senior apartments (for those 55+) through its Rental Housing Program.
The Family Engagement Liaisons (FELs) are placed into schools in the Normandy Schools Collaborative (NSC) to ensure children and their families receive the basic needs necessary to achieve success in school
Making meaningful, matches between adult volunteers (“Bigs”) and children (“Littles”), ages 5 through young adulthood to help build successful futures
The Grace Hill Women’s Business Center offers comprehensive services to support all stages of entrepreneurship; including counseling, education, and workshops.
Helping Hand Me Downs enhances the quality of life for children and families in the St. Louis area by meeting their immediate needs, such as clothing and uniforms, then connecting them with life-changing resources that foster independence.
Nurses for Newborns (NFN) provides in-home visits by registered nurses to families with infant children, for the purpose of checking in on the health and overall well-being of the family.
Operation Food Search is dedicated to ending hunger in the greater St. Louis metropolitan area and they are the largest distributor of free food in the bi-state region.
Beyond Housing offers the Pagedale Family Support Center, an after-school program for children ages 5 to 17. Serving children in North County, the program provides a safe learning environment dedicated to academic enrichment opportunities that will help prepare children for future success.
Prosperity Connection offers numerous financial coaching services, including free classes on credit, budgeting, and asset attainment.
RedDough Money Center provides affordable alternatives to expensive payday loans.
The St. Louis Area Diaper Bank exists to help strengthen low-income families in the St. Louis region by ensuring access to an adequate supply of diapers, and by raising awareness about the causes and consequences of diaper need in our community.
United 4 Children manages the Early Childhood Learning Center, a high-quality childcare program designed to care for children in the community regardless of ability.
The Wyman Center in St. Louis is working with the Normandy Schools Collaborative to ignite positive and enduring change for teens.