The St. Louis Arc is working hard to assist children and families during this time. We have gathered resources for families, including resources for food, education, utilities, technology, and more.
Many Arc programs and services are offering virtual meetings using Zoom. Zoom is a free, easy to use app that can be used on your phone or computer to talk or video conference with others. Download easy to follow instructions.
The following resources were being offered as of March 20 in the St. Louis area. Please visit their website or call the provided number to ensure services are still available. Download the list with complete details.
- Ameren UE
- Operation Food Search
- Crazy Bowls and Wraps Meals
- Charter Communication Internet Access
- Scholastic online resources
- SLPS Free Lunch
- Formula Shortages
- Pharmacy Early Refill
- The Ferguson-Florissant School District meal delivery
- Ritneour meal delivery
- Hazelwood School District will be delivering meals
- We Rock The Spectrum Drop-Off Services
- GoodCents Fresh Deli lunch
- Project Compassion and Living The Word Church sack lunch
Everyone On offers resources to find low-cost internet and affordable computers in your area.
Resources have been gathered for families with children unexpectedly at home due to school closures. Topics include science, art, sensory, and gross motor activities.
Parent Resources for Talking to Children About Covid-19
The Division of Early has provided free access to their webinars for family members of children with disabilities ages 0 through 8. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
St. Louis Regional Data Alliance has organized area resources through www.stlresponse.org.