Please reach out to us if you know a child or family who needs our help. Call 314-261-6011 or click HERE

St. Vincent has been a source of support for youth in crisis since 1850, and has called North County home for more than 100 years. Our community is in crisis, and the challenges we face - health, safety, justice, fear, trauma, and anger – may feel immeasurable. Raw and difficult emotions and actions are impacting our kids every day. St. Vincent is open 24/7, with therapists and counselors trained to help youth face these challenges, work through their emotions, and support their families and our community. We know how strong and capable our North County neighbors are, and the St. Louis community as a whole. We are here and dedicated to helping our youth and their families.

The health and wellbeing of the youth and families we serve, our staff, and our volunteers is paramount at St. Vincent. We are open and accepting referrals. However, in response to the CDC guidelines for COVID-19 we are limiting our visitors and staff meetings. Upon entry to the building you will be required to have your temperature taken and sanitize your hands. Those with a temperature of 100.4 or higher will not be allowed access to the building. St. Vincent’s leadership will continually evaluate the local situation and update accordingly. For more information about the CDC’s recommendations, click HERE. Thank you for your cooperation.

St. Vincent Home for Children

For more than 170 years, St. Vincent home for Children has worked hand-in-hand with the St. Louis community to provide high quality, professional treatment and residential services to meet the changing needs of struggling children and families. Today, St. Vincent provides treatment for at-risk youth through four key programs: Supportive Housing, Transitional Living, Street Outreach, and Outpatient Support.


St. Vincent Home for Children
7401 Florissant Road
St. Louis, MO 63121
Phone: 314-261-6011
Fax: 314-385-1467
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