Finding Housing When You’re Homeless
If you’re currently homeless or at risk of becoming homeless, Range Transitional Housing may be able to help. However, before we can start a case you must call 211 or text “homeless” to 85511 to start the application process. After you’ve been entered in the St. Louis County Coordinated Entry program, a case manager will contact you.
Based on an individual’s or family’s situation, there are a variety of housing programs to meet the needs of people who struggle to have a home:
- Transitional Housing: For individuals and families who are homeless or at risk
- Chronic Permanent Housing: If you’re disabled and have multiple instances of homelessness
- Housing Support Program: If you’re disabled and head of household
- Permanent Supportive Housing (PSH): Also requires a documented disability and multiple instances of homelessness.
- Family Homeless Prevention & Assistance Program: This AEOA partner program helps qualified people with first month’s rent and a security deposit.
- Furniture Program: Takes donations from members of the community and then delivers them to those that are in need.
How do I apply for any of the programs?
The first step to apply for any program is to contact the St. Louis County coordinated entry system, which can be initiated by calling 211. You MUST initiate the program by calling – RTH cannot help you until this step has been completed.