National/Federal Resources 

U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD)

HEARTH Act

HUD Homelessness Resource Exchange (HRE)

U.S. Department of Agriculture, Rural Development (USDA-RD)

Veterans Administration (VA)

Social Security Administration (SSA)

Homeless Management Information System (HMIS)

National Alliance to End Homelessness (NAEH)

Corporation for Supportive Housing (CSH)

United States Interagency Council on Homelessness (USICH)

Homelessness Resource Center by SAMHSA

National Law Center on Homelessness and Poverty

National Low Income Housing Coalition

National Coalition for the Homeless
 

State Resources

Missouri Poverty Report

State of Missouri

Department of Corrections

Department of Economic Development

Department of Elementary and Secondary Education

Department of Health and Senior Services

Department of Mental Health
Department of Social Services

Workforce Development Programs (web links in each program name):

SkillUp: helps link SNAP recipients 16 years of age and older with career coaches to find career paths, get training, create resumes, and learn interviewing and interpersonal skills. Participants, in addition to meeting Food Stamp work requirements, can receive help with transportation, work and child care expenses.

Health Industry Training Education (HITE):  helps qualified persons 18 and older train in one of 19 high-demand health industry career fields. Eligibility is limited to the Kansas City or St. Louis metro area, or an area in Central Missouri.

Excel Centers: allow persons 21 and older to earn high school diplomas and credentials with free on-site daycare. Located in Poplar Bluff, St. Louis, Springfield and Columbia.

Missouri Work Assistance Program: provides employment and training services to adults in households that receive Temporary Assistance to Needy Families cash benefits. Adults receive guidance on obtaining training, help with job readiness skills and other services.

Jobs for America's Graduates (JAG-Missouri):  provides extra guidance, help for classroom success, and work-based learning in 82 middle, high and alternative schools that results in increased graduation and employment rates.

Jobs League: provides 14- to 24-year-olds paid work experience and job skills. 

Empower Missouri

Head Start State Collaboration Office

Missouri Housing Trust Fund

Missouri Coalition Against Domestic and Sexual Violence

Missouri Association for Community Action (MACA)

211 United Way-Missouri

Social Media

HUD Twitter Account

HUD Exchange Twitter Account

HUD Great Plains Twitter Account

USDA Rural Development Twitter Account

National Center on Family Homelessness Twitter Account

Corporation for Supportive Housing Twitter Account

Dept. of Mental Health Housing Unit Twitter Account

Columbia MO Veterans Affairs Twitter Account

St. Louis CoC Twitter Account

Contact Us Here

Meetings are held bi-monthly at 221 Metro Drive, Kathy Carter Building,

in Jefferson City. As of June 2020 and until further notice, meetings will be held via phone and online. For meeting information, please email housing@dmh.mo.gov.