Tailored programs to address each need 

Programs to Help Those in Crisis

Every day brings a new crisis for our families. The people who come to us for help face very real, devastating crisis…and they happen every single day.  A crisis doesn’t have to be a hurricane, a fire or a flood. A crisis can be a thousand different things that bring people to a point of true desperation. It could be an illness or a job loss. It could be mental illness, alcoholism or drug addiction. It could be a death of a wage earner, a disability or a life of abuse. Or it could simply be a financial deficit that can’t be overcome. Each of our programs seek to serve our families in the areas that are needed most. We recognize the individual needs of our recipients and tailor programs to address those needs.

Need Help?

Call us at 636-441-1302 to make an appointment.

Women volunteering for RHRH program

Housing Assistance

Some of services provided by this program include emergency housing, utility assistance, emergency home repairs (Repairing Homes Restoring Hope) and senior support services. Read more about our Housing Assistance Programs.

Children & Family Development

The Child and Family Development Program strives to eliminate homelessness and hunger by ensuring that basic needs of children and their families are met, including a stable, safe and sanitary place to call home.

Food Pantry

We operate the largest Food Pantry Program in the Tri-state area which provides a weekly distribution to low-income families and individuals who do not have the means for adequate food or basic hygiene items.

Workforce Development

We provide employment preparation services through our Workforce Development Program.  Whether by referral or one-on-one assistance, here, clients can receive job coaching, employment search assistance, and employment referral and resource information.


Fondly referred to as “The Miracle on McClay,” the Adopt-A-Family Program coordinates the adoption of over 700 needy families by neighbors, organizations, corporations, churches, and schools.

Street Outreach

Sts. Joachim and Ann Care Service announces the launching of a new program to serve those in crisis and reduce homelessness. The Street Outreach Program began Monday, April 18, with case managers reaching out to those in need where they are.

Disaster Recovery

We have collaborated with many local and federal agencies to provide hope during times of disaster, including floods and hurricanes. Read more about our Disaster Recovery Program.