Department of Mental Health
Sidney R. Baer, Jr. Foundation
The Horncrest Foundation
The Dennis M. Jones Family Foundation
J.E. and L.E. Mabee Foundation, Inc.
BMO Harris Bank
Missouri Housing Development Commission
St. Louis Equity Fund
St. Michael's Houses
Robert and Marilyn Cooper
Our newest property, Places at Page provides supported housing for people with severe mental illness. Places at Page consists of 23 units of efficiency, 1 and 2 bedroom units. Places at Page was a historic rehab that utilized tax credits and a variety of other public and private funding.
Individuals and small families receive on-site support for mental health and substance abuse recovery. This 24-hour team assists with crisis intervention, symptom management, and making good choices to maintain housing. The team also assists residents in navigating services in the community and working towards other personal goals such as employment.Page also features three respite rooms for individuals receiving services from Places for People who may be experiencing a variety of short-term challenges and could benefit from intensive, temporary supports.
Places at Page is on the National Register of Historic Places. It was originally built in 1908 as the Blind Girls' Home, which is now located in Kirkwood, MO. This project also has the distinction of being the first supported housing project to receive low-income housing tax credits from the Missouri Housing Development Commission. This funding was supplemented by historic tax credits and by generous donations of more than $1 million from private funders.
With development assistance from ND Consulting Group, the plans for this project were designed by Jeffrey A. Brambila, AIA, Architects and Planners of St. Louis.
Interior Demolition: November 2009
"Blitz" Cleanup: April 2010
Exterior Renovation: August 2010
Groundbreaking: December 2010
Active Construction: March 2011
Ribbon Cutting: Nov. 2011
If you would like to learn more about Places for People's intake services, please call our Welcome Center at (314) 615-2111. Individuals seeking services at Places for People do not need an appointment. The Places for People Welcome Center, 4130 Lindell Blvd, 63108, has walk-in hours Monday through Friday between 9 a.m. - 12 p.m. All walk-ins will meet with an intake clinician for screening, information about PfP services, and/or community resources.
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Places for People, Inc. 4130 Lindell BoulevardSt. Louis, MO 63108 Tel: 314.535.5600Get directions to our Recovery Center Campus