The St. Philippine Home provides therapeutic structured living for up to two years for homeless women and their children. The programs at St. Philippine Home seek to stabilize families during the transition between substance abuse treatment and recovery. St. Philippine offers safe housing, community support services and on-going treatment services exclusively to women and their children in transition. Treatment and recovery is offered 24 hours a day, 7 days a week who are participating in primary treatment and 3 meals a day are served. The stability greatly increases the chance for women to remain sober and provide a healthy family home life for their children.
These services are provided at the St. Philippine home and include:
- 24 hour residential services and 33 beds available at 1015 Goodfellow, St. Louis, MO 63112
- Drug and alcohol, education and group and individual, family and co-dependency counseling
- Dual diagnosis services
- Life skills and employment focus
- Parenting education
- Dual diagnosis services available
- Childcare and transportation available
The Cathedral Tower provides 26 residential treatment beds for women and their children.
The Annex provides 19 residential supportive recovery beds for women and their children.
The Our Lady of Perpetual Help provides 24 residential treatment beds for pregnant and postpartum women and their children.
Queen of Peace Center offers assistance to those needing permanent housing. This includes:
- Rental assistance for individuals and families who are city residents, homeless, low income or disabled by mental illness, drug addiction or HIV/AIDS
- Property development
- Liaison support for landlord, tenant and local referring agencies
- Help to meet HUD quality standards
Several permanent housing locations are available for women and their children.
- Cathedral Tower – 4 North provides efficiency apartments for women (8 units).
- The Annex at Pershing provides efficiency apartments for women (7 units).
- Pope provides 2 and 3 bedroom apartments for women with co-occurring disorders and their children (12 units).
- Visitation provides 1 and 2 bedroom apartments for women and their children (11 units).