St. Philippine Home - Housing

Queen of Peace Center believes that housing coupled with treatment helps break the cycle of addiction and homelessness. Transitional, supportive and permanent housing is provided at six locations and at scattered community sites.

Click here to view our HMIS Privacy And Security Notice.



St. Philippine Home is a transitional housing program that provides therapeutic structured living for up to two years for homeless city women with co-occurring disorders and their children. This program’s goal is to encourage clients to maintain a lifetime of recovery through the development of a positive sober support system while striving to achieve the greatest level of self-sufficiency possible. St. Philippine Home complies with the Americans with Disability Act (ADA). Following their accessibility guidelines is important to us because it allows us to promote a barrier free environment for all clients, staff, and visitors. This project is funded wholly or in part by the City of St. Louis Department of Human Services and HUD.

  • Beds for Women and Children: 33
  • Women and Children Served: 67
  • Percent of women who were satisfied with the services received: 98%
  • Percent of women who obtained employment, educational or vocational training: 94%
  • Percent of women who maintained or improved their income: 95%
  • Percent of women who were active with after care or social support at discharge: 94%



Our Lady of Perpetual Help is a home for pregnant and postpartum women and their children. Families can live in the home the length of the mother’s pregnancy and three months postpartum. The goal of this house is to provide a safe and therapeutic environment to ensure the delivery of drug free babies and long term recovery support.

  • Beds for women and children: 24
  • Women and Children Served: 118
  • Percent of Mothers that gave birth to healthy babies: 96%
  • Percent of Pregnant Women who were provided access to prenatal, postpartum and primary healthcare: 100%



Shelter Plus Care is a permanent supportive housing program offering rental and utility assistance with the goal to assist homeless individuals and families in accessing the basic human right of housing.


Visitation, Pope, Miami, and The Annex are permanent supportive housing facilities with supportive services for women and children. Permanent housing is provided through Queen of Peace Center’s Shelter Plus Care Program.

  • Women and Children that have received housing assistance: 996
  • Number of 1, 2, and 3 Family Bedroom Apartments for Women and Children at Pope: 12
  • Number of Efficiency and One Bedroom Apartments for Women at Visitation: 11
  • Number of Efficiency Apartments for Women at Cathedral Tower: 9
  • Number of Efficiency Apartments For Women at The Annex: 8


For more information contact:
Rosalie Seiler at 314-531-0511, ext. 203 or rseiler@ccstl.org

Sign up for our newsletter

Sign-up to be added to Queen of Peace Center's Mailing List.

Recent Photos

qpc-golf-save-the-date-updated 029 cts-2 baby-from-family-program cropped-trivia-night-invitation-front yeawebphoto2-k-and-g
Copyright © 2012-2017 by Queen of Peace Center