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St. Louis Warming Shelters

Posted by Schevus on December 23, 2008

With the extremely cold weather recently a partnership of Operation Weather Survival, the city of St. Louis, and St. Louis Public Libraries is providing warming shelters for anyone that is cold. The shelters will be open during the normal operating hours of the libraries and centers providing them.

Here is a list of shelter locations:

  • Central Express Library, 815 Olive Street, St. Louis, 63101 314-206-6755
  • St. Louis City Main Library, 1301 Olive Street, St. Louis, 63103, 314-241-2288
  • Film Library, 1415 Olive Street, St. Louis, 63103 314-241-0478
  • Southside Wellness Center – SLAAA, 3017 Park Avenue, St. Louis, 63104, 314-664-5024
  • Barr Branch Library, 1701 South Jefferson Ave. St. Louis, 63104, 314-771-7040
  • Divoll Library, 4234 North Grand Ave., St. Louis, 63107, 314-534-0313
  • Schlafly Library Branch, 225 North Euclid Ave., St. Louis, 63108, 314-367-4120
  • Union Sarah – SLAAA, 848 N. Kingshighway, St. Louis, 63108, 314-367-3153
  • Buder Library, 4401 Hampton Ave., St. Louis, 63109, 314-352-2900
  • Kingshighway Library, 2260 South Vandeventer Ave., St. Louis, 63110, 314-771-5450
  • Carondelet Senior Center – SLAAA, 6518 Michigan Ave., St. Louis, 63111, 314-353-9425
  • Carondelet Library, 6800 Michigan Ave., St. Louis, 63111, 314-752-9224
  • Grace Hill Settlement House/Patch – SLAAA, 7925 Minnesota Avenue, St. Louis, 63111, 314-584-6960
  • Cabanne Library, 1106 Union Blvd., St. Louis, 63113, 314-367-0717
  • Northside Community Center, Inc. – SLAAA, 4120 Maffitt Avenue, St. Louis, 63113, 314-531-4161
  • Wesley House – SLAAA, 4507 Lee Ave., St. Louis, 63115, 314-385-1000
  • Julia Davis Library, 4415 Natural Bridge Ave., St. Louis, 63115, 314-383-3021
  • Grand Oak Hill Community Corporation – SLAAA, 4168 Juniata Street, St. Louis, 63116, 314-865-5530
  • Bevo Area Community Improvement Corp.-SLAAA, 4705 Ridgewood, St. Louis, 63116, 314-352-0141
  • Five Star Senior Center – SLAAA, 2832 Arsenal, St. Louis, 63118, 314-664-1008
  • Carpenter Library, 3309 South Grand Blvd., St. Louis, 63118, 314- 772-6586
  • Father Tolton Senior Center – SLAAA, 1018 Baden Ave., St. Louis, 63147, 314-385-3445
  • Baden Library, 8448 Church Rd., St. Louis, 63147, 314-388-2400

Now, I understand that if you are online reading this you probably are not freezing to death. I ask that you keep this information in mind in case you see someone on the streets who probably does not know about this. Consider helping them get somewhere they can warm up – you might save a life. Many homeless shelters in the city do not allow clients to stay in the building during the day, forcing them out onto the cold streets.

You can get more information about this program, including the hours of locations, by calling 211 from a land line phone and 800-427-4626 from a cell phone.

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2 Responses to “St. Louis Warming Shelters”

  1. Schevus — found your blog through a link on Lynn’s. What great work you do here!

    Merry Christmas 🙂

  2. Schevus said

    Amy,

    Thank you for stopping by and reading. I do what I can. One of the most encouraging things is seeing all of the clicks on the resource links I provide. I hope that I am helping people become more charitable. =)

    Merry Christmas to you and all my visitors!

    – Schev

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