Resources

St. Louis Area Flooding Multi Agency Resource Centers (MARCs)

Days: Tues., Aug. 9, Wed., Aug. 10, and Thurs., Aug. 11
Time: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily
Location: Friendly Temple, 5515 Dr. Martin Luther King Dr., St. Louis, MO 63130
Who: Services provided at Friendly Temple are available to individuals affected by flooding in St. Louis, MO metro area and East St. Louis, IL

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Disaster Relief Hotline and Counseling Services
https://www.samhsa.gov/find-help/disaster-distress-helpline

United Way Relief Reporting and Information: 211
You can use this number to report recovery needs and receive resources for flood recovery. Starting 7/29/22 St. Louis County has expanded the capacity of this number to deal with high call volumes so if you were having trouble reaching the line please try again.

Samaritans Purse
For Homeowners who need assistance or for people to volunteer to assist homeowners
Volunteer# 314-857-9711 (Want to Help)
Homeowner# 314-857-9713 (Need Help)

Missouri Baptist Disaster Relief
636-215-9246

People's Community Action Corporation (PCAC)
Food - David Swingler
314.305.9290
Energy Assistance - Monica Stewart
314.367.7848

Red Cross
314.516.2800
Salvation Army - Emergency Disaster Services
314.535.0057
St. Louis Area Food Bank
314-292-6262 - Jennifer
Utility Outage
Ameren 800-755-5000
Spire 800- 887-4173
MO Department of Natural Resources (DNR) Emergency
573-634-2436
Environmental response and spill line, for immediate hazardous materials incidents or broken pipes or spills (immediate risks)


Donations for Disaster Relief
modr.org/give