Places for People is seeking the donation of 50 backpacks with school supplies this month. To help make a difference for these children and their families, drop off your donation at 4130 Lindell Blvd.
“Everyone deserves to be seen as an individual, and this is why hearing stories of other people is so important. We are more than our labels.”
We invite you to read about Mary’s experiences working on the Humans of PfP advocacy project as a summer intern.
The Journal of Mental Health, an international peer-reviewed journal, recently published the results of a five-year project at Places for People to provide specialized substance use and mental health services to more than 300 people who were experiencing homelessness, alcohol use disorders, and often co-occurring mental health disorders.
Every person carries a story that defines them. At Places for People, we are privileged to serve those who carry amazing stories and their voices need to be heard.
A profile of Places for People and the upcoming Certified Community Behavioral Health Center demonstration program is featured in a special report on behavioral health by Modern Healthcare, a weekly, national publication.
Places for People is proud to participate in the Greater St. Louis Community Foundation’s “Give STL Day.”
Johnson & Johnson Family of Companies recently honored Robin Adkins, Places for People Board member, as one of 12 recipients of the 2016 Volunteer Recognition Grant. Robin works as a Key Account Specialist for Janssen Pharmaceuticals.
Please meet Meredith. For the past 10 months, Meredith has volunteered her time every other Saturday morning leading a wellness group at Places at Page. In the group she discusses nutrition, exercise, healthy choices, and anything else that might come up. The experience has inspired her to pursue a master’s degree in social work at Washington University in St. Louis this fall.