Programs

Programs

Our clients are connected to the resources needed to fulfill self-sufficiency.  The end goal is always stable employment, but it often takes many steps to get there including Housing, GED/Education, Business Clothing, Transportation, Childcare, Mental Health Counseling, and Vocational Training.

Adult Programs

Project Homecoming Permanent Supportive Housing

Providing permanent supportive housing, case management, and job training for Disabled Heads of Household in the County and U.S. Veterans in St. Louis City.

Project Transition Rapid Re-Housing

Providing supportive housing, case management, and job training to assist homeless individuals and families transition to permanent housing.

Managed Work Services

Social entrepreneurship that provides oversight to job candidates for 90 days during which employers can assess aptitude and make an informed hiring decision

Back to Health, Back to Work

Cognitive behavioral therapy program that addresses depression, anxiety, PTSD, and other mental health disorders to help clients be able to retain their jobs.

Pathbuilders

Provides psychological and emotional therapy, coaching, and employment support for St. Louis Metropolitan families at risk of becoming Chronic Maltreatment Families.

East St. Louis TANF and SNAP

Serving families on public assistance with help getting benefits and job placement services.

Youth Programs

To Health and to work

A behavioral health intervention program providing youth with the necessary developmental tools to increase basic life skills, develop a more positive outlook in life, and pursue the career or educational path of their choice.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Some activities are financed in part through an allocation of St. Louis Continuum of Care funds from the Department of Human Services, Homeless Division as well as an allocation of Community Development Block Grant funds from the Department of Housing and Urban Development and the City of St. Louis' Community Development Administration.

Employment Connection has helped more than 30,000 St. Louis residents.