COVID Resources

    Bill Assistance Ameren Suspended disconnections; Late fee forgiveness
    Call for assistance
    Bill Assistance Spire Suspended disconnections through March 2020
    Call for assistance
    Bill Assistance City of St. Louis Cease all water shutoffs until May 15
    Internet Charter Free wifi for households with K-12 and/or college students for 60 days
    Internet Multiple providers Several broadband providers are temporarily offering families free internet service, waiving disconnect and late fees, providing access to Wi-Fi hot spots etc.
    Academic Enrichment Scholastic: Learn at Home Free open-access learning hub
    Drive-thru Testing Mercy: Chesterfield

    Call Mercy's clinical support line at
    Must be exhibiting:

    • 100.4 fever
    • Dry cough
    • Shortness of breath
    Drive-Thru Emergency Diapers St. Louis County Libraries
    Housing St. Louis County County has asked landlords to refrain from evictions—unclear on enforcement
    COVID-19 Information State of Missouri General questions and Missouri's response:
    St. Louis County Health Line St. Louis County (314)615-2660
    Residents experiencing symptoms of fever, cough, and difficulty breathing should contact Health Line
    Testing SSM Virtual visits for anyone concerned about exposure or experiencing symptoms of COVID-19
    Free for residents in MO, IL, OK, and WI regardless of insurance
    Emergency Response Salvation Army St. Louis Euclid (314)531-5621
    Community Resources United Way 211
    Disaster Distress SAMHSA (800)985-5990; text Talkwithus to 66746
    Youth Connection Helpline Behavioral Health Response (314)819-8802
    Disaster Relief St. Vincent de Paul (314)881-6000
Last Modified on April 9, 2020