Flooding Resources

On Monday night, our area received more rainfall than ever recorded in history. With this came devastating flooding that caused the displacement of many families. The St. Louis area has come together as a community to support those impacted by the flooding.

If you would like to help, donations are currently needed:
• Toiletries
• Clothing
• Diapers
• Baby wipes
• Dog and cat food
• Water
• Blankets
• Towels
• Sleeping bags
• Socks
• Menstrual products
• Power strips

These items are currently the top requested at this time. If you would like to donate, the following locations are available to drop-off:

Pizza Head: (314) 266-5400
3196 S. Grand Boulevard, St. Louis, MO, 63118

2nd Shift Brewing: (314) 669-9013
Sublette Ave., St. Louis, MO, 63110

Helping Hand Me Downs: (314) 919-6999
16225 Westwoods Business Parks Drive, Ellisville, MO, 63021

If you would like to donate but cannot drive to the following locations, you may drop off the items to our Social Worker at the Maryland Heights Government Center during regular business hours (8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday - Friday) and she will be able to deliver the items.

If you or someone you know was impacted by Monday’s flooding and could use assistance, please see the resources below:

United Way: 2-1-1 or 1 (800) 427-4626
St. Louis County is reviewing options to provide federal resources as a result of this week’s flood. We encourage all impacted residents to contact 2-1-1 if they experienced damage to their homes and need assistance.

Other resources that will connect you to emergency services, shelters and food assistance:
Community Action Agency St. Louis County: (314) 863-0015
The Red Cross: (314) 516-2800
The Salvation Army: (314) 535-0057
St. Louis Area Food Bank: (314) 292-6262
St. Louis Area Foodbank | Find a Food Pantry (stlfoodbank.org)

Utility Outage:
Ameren: (800) 755-5000
Spire: (800) 887-4173
Non-Emergency Sewer Issues- Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District: (866) 281-5737
Emergency Sewer Repair Requests: (314) 768-6260
Information on Financial Assistance from MSD: click here
MO Department of Natural Resources (DNR) Emergency: (573) 634-2436
-Environmental response and spill line, for immediate hazardous materials, incidents, or broken pipes or spills (immediate risk).

Emergency Shelters:
Maryland Heights Community Center: (314) 738-2599
2300 McKelvey Road
Available during business operation hours only.

Richmond Heights Community Center: (314) 645-1476
8001 Dale Avenue, Richmond Heights, MO

Barbara C. Jordan Elementary School: (314) 399-0941
1500 82nd Blvd., St. Louis, MO, 63132

Pershing Elementary School: (314) 399-0941
6761 Bartmer Ave., University City, MO, 63130

Brittany Woods Middle School: (314) 399-0941
8125 Groby Road, University City, MO, 63130

East St. Louis City Hall
301 Riverpark Drive, E. St. Louis, IL, 62201

U-Haul Emergency Self-Storage and Containers
U-Haul is offering 30 days free storage for people impacted by the flood and 30 days free of U-Box container usage.
Alton, IL: (618) 208-0025
Florissant, MO: (314) 837-2227 -U-Box only
West Florissant, MO: (314) 266-1788
Overland, MO: (314) 983-9785
Downtown St. Louis, MO: (314) 667-4239
Dutchtown, St. Louis, MO: (314) 899-4432
Lemay, St. Louis, MO: (314) 200-4934

If you need help navigating resources for assistance, please call our Social Worker at 314-291-6550.