Florissant, MO Rent Assistance

Are you having trouble making your Rent?

There are non profits, churches, and government sources in Florissant, Missouri to help you pay your bills.

Our list below provides
- Non Profit grant assistance
- Financial resources for help that most people do not know about
- Government programs you can qualify for today.


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Latest List for Florissant, MO

Parishes Associated On Kinloch Team (Pakt)

500 Airport Road
Ferguson, MO - 63135
(314) 524-2710
Parishes Associated On Kinloch Team (Pakt) serving individuals in need of rent assistance, energy assistance, and financial assistance in general to help them avoid disconnection of utilities or eviction from their homes...

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Community Action Agency Of St. Louis County

2709 Woodson Road
Saint Louis, MO - 63114
(314) 863-0015
CAASTLC has comprehensive housing assistance programs which includes Home Ownership, Housing Counseling, and Rent/Mortgage Assistance. All services offered at CAASTLC start with a Family Intake, Assessment and Referral. Most of the programs that CAASTLC provides are targeted for low-inco..

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New Hope

3317 Highway 94 North
Saint Charles, MO - 63301
(636) 947-0755
Along with a food pantry, they also offer assistance with rent, utilities and medications for seniors...

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Department of Human Services, Homeless Services Division

9666 Olive Blvd Suite 510
Olivette, MO - 63132
(314) 615-4453
Saint Louis County residents who are homeless or experiencing a housing crisis can seek assistance by calling the Emergency Shelter Hotline. The Hotline is a centralized intake and referral system that can be accessed by calling a single number (314-802-5444). The caller is interviewed by an int..

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Madison County Urban League

408 E. Broadway Street
Alton, IL - 62002
(618) 463-1906
Madison County Urban League Housing: Housing is the cornerstone of the Urban League programs and has been HUD certified since 1982. Services:     Energy Assistance (LIHEAP)     Homeless Prevention/Rapid Re-housing (HPRP)     Rental Assistance ..

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Doorways - Interfaith Residence

4385 Maryland Ave
Saint Louis, MO - 63108
(314) 535-1919
The Jumpstart program, designed for homeless families living with HIV/AIDS in Saint Louis, provides vital services that allow parents to maintain independence and provide a safe and stable environment in which they can raise their children. Services provided include rent and utility assistance an..

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Guardian Angel Settlement Association

1127 Vandeventer Ave
Saint Louis, MO - 63113
(314) 231-3188
Guardian Angel Settlement Association is a non-profit dedicated to providing low-income children, families, seniors and adults with temporary relief in times of need, as well as pathways to greater independence. The Emergency Assistance Program provides direct assistance to families, seniors and i..

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Urban League of Metro St. Louis

3701 Grandel Square
Saint Louis, MO - 63108
(314) 615-3600
Urban League of Metro St. Louis offers:Utility assistanceFood assistanceHUD-certified housing counseling programs..

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Catholic Charities Of Granite City

2266 Madison Avenue
Granite City, IL - 62040
(618) 877-1184
Catholic Charities Of Granite City They Provide Basic Necessities and Help Them Find the Path to Self-Sufficiency.FoodClothingHousehold VouchersRent and Utility AssistanceThey Provide Guidance Case ManagementReferral and AdvocacySpecial Food Baskets and Gifts During the Holiday SeasonsSpri..

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Human Services - St Louis

1520 Market
Saint Louis, MO - 63103
(314) 612-5900
Human Services - St Louis Programs offered: Energy and Housing Assistance Homelessness PreventionRapid Re-housing Program (HPRP) ..

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