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Annual Report
Annual
Report

2011

Assisting individuals with limited opportunities to self-sufficiency in the St. Louis area since 1977.

Message from our

Board President and the CEO

JD Luhning

J.D. Luhning

Board President

and the CEO JD Luhning J.D. Luhning Board President Brenda Mahr CEO At Employment Connection, our
and the CEO JD Luhning J.D. Luhning Board President Brenda Mahr CEO At Employment Connection, our

Brenda Mahr

CEO

At Employment Connection, our clients face challenges that most of us will never experience. Not having a place to call home, post-traumatic stress disorder, and the ongoing consequences of past convictions are just a few of the barriers our clients deal with on a daily basis. Working togeth- er, we share with them the tools and training they need to face those challenges and change their lives.

Looking back at 2011, it would be easy to simply say it was a challenging year, but the reality for nonprofit agencies like Employment Connection is that every year is a challenge. Still, that doesn’t deter our dedicated staff and Board of Directors. As always, we remain optimistic in the face of tightening budgets and the slow economic recovery, because we know that the services and sup- ports we provide help clients face the ongoing challenges that stand between them and the safety and security that self-sufficiency brings.

With that in mind, Employment Connection constantly works to improve and expand services to meet the needs of our clients. As needs and gaps in services are identified, we continue to refine and improve our programs, and are only able to do so through the generous support of both our local partners and the St. Louis community as a whole. Our mission, “assisting individuals with lim- ited opportunities to self-sufficiency,” continues, and it’s through your ongoing support that we’re able to continue fulfilling that mission, facing the challenges with our clients one day at a time.

Table of Contents

Who we are

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Clients of the Year

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2011 Programs, Goals, and Outcomes

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How Our Programs Work

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The Employment Connection Effect

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New Programs for 2011

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Program Spotlight

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Managed Work Services

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Board of Directors

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Financial Report

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Donors

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Advisory Board and Volunteers

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Staff

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Contact Information

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Who We Are Employment Connection has over 35 years experience inspiring St. Louis resi- dents
Who We Are
Employment Connection has over 35 years experience inspiring St. Louis resi-
dents and reducing crime through job placements and supportive services. The
agency was founded in 1977 after a study by the Young Lawyers Division of the Bar
Association of Metropolitan Saint Louis (BAMSL) discovered that employed ex-
offenders were 66% less likely to return to incarceration. Our agency immediately
began the work of reducing recidivism through employment.
In 1980, Employment Connection became a full United Way member agency and
expanded its service beyond ex-offenders by assisting recovering substance abus-
ers, the homeless, high school dropouts, women on welfare, U.S. Veterans, and
non-custodial fathers. The agency continues to add additional services that ad-
dress the holistic needs of our clients working toward self-sufficiency. Employ-
ment Connection assists nearly 1,400 individuals who have barriers to employ-
ment every year.

Our Mission

Assisting individuals with limited opportunities to self-sufficiency.

Our Vision

To be the premier placement, retention, career development and advancement program for persons with barriers to employment, empowering them to take charge of their lives and fulfill the needs of the Saint Louis Regional business community.

Meet our Clients of the Year

Laraine Seabrook and Demarko Moody

our Clients of the Year Laraine Seabrook and Demarko Moody When Laraine Seabrook enrolled in Employment

When Laraine Seabrook enrolled in Employment Connection’s employment readiness training program she was homeless, unemployed and struggling with addiction. A licensed Certified Nurse’s Assistant with several years of experience and a United States veteran, Larine had difficulty with securing employment on her own because of past legal issues. Laraine began the training program ready to redirect her life and eager to use the training she received. While preparing for employment, she received additional services that addressed the barriers to her gainful employment, including clothing and transportation assistance, housing, and counseling services from SLU Doctoral stu- dents.

While working with Employment Connection, Laraine was still experiencing homelessness, sleeping in parks, alleys, shelters, churches and anywhere else she be- lieved was safe. The stress of homelessness and the job search challenged Laraine’s sobriety. She credits her desire to find employment for not relapsing. Employ- ment Connection worked with Laraine to secure a refer- ral to an inpatient treatment center. After completing treatment and getting a hold on her addiction, she was able to secure employment. Laraine has since been back to Employment Connection to share all the great things that are happening in her life with the staff which supported and encouraged her.

My name is Demarko Moody, and I was referred to the Building Blocks program at Employment Connection through my Deputy Juvenile Officer, Ms. Frieson. I went through the six day training course with Mr. Covington and learned the appropriate way to dress and speak on an interview. In the training course I also learned about setting long term and short term goals. Short term goals were helpful to me because they helped me achieve my long term goals.

We also talked about school and what I wanted to do after school. They helped me set short term goals for applying for scholarships and colleges. After I finished the classes, it took about 4 months for me to get a job. Now I work at Burger King as a crew member and I’ve been there for three months. I also received a scholarship from my high school and now I am majoring in Electrical Engineering at Forest Park Community College.

If I hadn’t gotten into the Building Blocks Program I would probably not have a job right now because of the difficulties I had getting a job before I came here.

Program I would probably not have a job right now because of the difficulties I had

2011 Programs, Goals and Outcomes

1,364 total individuals attended orientation, with the following results:

Outcome

Achieved

Goal

Percent of Goal

Admitted to Work Readiness Training

1,156

1,285

90%

Completed Work Readiness Training

988

1,105

90%

Secured Employment

529

420

126%

53% of clients completing work readiness training secured employment!

Managed Work Services

Social enterprise program that provides oversight to job candidates for 90 days, giving employers the ability to assess aptitude and make informed hiring decisions.

East St. Louis TANF and SNAP Program

Serving families on public assistance by ensuring they receive benefits and job placement services in Illinois.

Supportive Housing Programs

Permanent supportive housing, case management, and job training for Disabled Heads of Households in the County and U.S. Veterans in St. Louis City.

New Americans and Employment Project

Mentoring program that as- sists legal immigrants over- come barriers, including life skills training, job skills train- ing, and cultural adjustment.

Supportive Services for Veteran Families

Provides supportive services to promote housing stability for low-income U.S. Veterans and their families.

Pathways to Responsible Fatherhood

Assisting low-income fathers transition from non-custodial parents into active fathers through parenting classes, education , and relationships.

Homeless Veteran Reintegration Program

Transitional reintegration to help homeless U.S. Veterans leave the streets, secure employment and reach a state of stability and self-sufficiency.

WIA Youth Services Program

Training, and job placement program for out-of-school youth ages 19-21 assisting with literacy, education, life skills and employment.

Back to Health, Back to Work

Cognitive behavioral therapy program addressing depres- sion, anxiety, PTSD, and other mental health disorders to as- sist clients in obtaining and retaining employment.

How our programs work

Changing lives one step at a time

Referral Network– Corrections and Probation Offices, Advisory Council Agencies, One Stop Career Center, Shelters, United Way 211, Continuum of Care and Word of Mouth

United Way 211, Continuum of Care and Word of Mouth Assessment and Enrollment Competitive Employment Program

Assessment and Enrollment

of Care and Word of Mouth Assessment and Enrollment Competitive Employment Program Work Readiness Training

Competitive Employment Program Work Readiness Training

Supportive Services

GED Classes

Business Clothing

Transportation

Job Development

Substance Abuse

Housing

Financial Literacy

Back to Health/ Back to Work

 Financial Literacy  Back to Health/ Back to Work Individual Employment Plan The Job Search
 Financial Literacy  Back to Health/ Back to Work Individual Employment Plan The Job Search

Individual Employment Plan

 Back to Health/ Back to Work Individual Employment Plan The Job Search Job Placements Employment

The Job Search

Back to Work Individual Employment Plan The Job Search Job Placements Employment Connection clients begin the

Job Placements

Employment Connection clients begin the process with a referral from our community partners or by word of mouth. Clients are assessed to identify employment needs and enrolled in Competitive Employment Program. This program introduces clients to the working world and begins to alter the way they think about gaining and maintaining employment.

After completion, clients collaborate with their Career Specialist to create an Individual Employment Plan. This process identifies their employment needs and goals, and fosters partnership between the client and Career Specialist. When needed, clients are referred to supportive services housed at Employment Connection or partnering agencies. Clients begin their job search guided by their Career Specialist, who provides job referrals, resume and application assistance and general support. After clients have been successfully placed, Career Specialists maintain the relationship to ensure employment retention and self-sufficiency.

to ensure employment retention and self - sufficiency. Follow - Up, Retention and Contin- ued Case

Follow-Up, Retention and Contin- ued Case Management

Client Maintains Employment and Achieves Self-Sufficiency

Follow - Up, Retention and Contin- ued Case Management Client Maintains Employment and Achieves Self -

The Employment Connection Effect

Investing in Individuals and the Community

It costs tax payers and average $21,000 to incarcerate an individual for one year in the state of Missouri, and $38,000 in Illinois. For a fraction of that cost, Employment Connection can train, assist, and place ex- offenders into employment opportunities that lead to self-sufficiency and reduce recidivism. Employment Connection clients add to the community, and have invested up to an estimated $7,335,360 in earnings over the last two years.

and have invested up to an estimated $7,335,360 in earnings over the last two years. The
and have invested up to an estimated $7,335,360 in earnings over the last two years. The

The Cycle of Self-Sufficiency

and have invested up to an estimated $7,335,360 in earnings over the last two years. The
and have invested up to an estimated $7,335,360 in earnings over the last two years. The
and have invested up to an estimated $7,335,360 in earnings over the last two years. The
and have invested up to an estimated $7,335,360 in earnings over the last two years. The

New Programs for 2011

Expanding to Meet Community Needs

Employment Connection is constantly seeking new partnerships to fill gaps and expand services where a gap is recognized. Through collaboration with other area service providers, we were able to implement two new programs in 2011 to help individuals reach a state of self-sufficiency.

Pathways to Responsible Fatherhood

Pathways to Responsible Fatherhood assists low-income fathers in the process of transitioning from noncustodial parents into active fathers through training programs, which include workshops on healthy marriage and relationships, responsible parenting, economic stability education and legal services.

Implementation of the program was made possible through partnership with the Fathers’ Support Center, St. Louis, in order to provide young parents with valuable instruction in personal development, communication, and relationship building skills that will allow fathers to work effectively with their children.

will allow fathers to work effectively with their children. Supportive Services for Veteran Families Supportive Services

Supportive Services for Veteran Families

Supportive Services for Veteran Families provides supportive services through a partnership with St. Patrick Center, promoting housing stability for low-income U.S. Veter- ans and their families residing in or transitioning to permanent housing.

Program Spotlight

Back to Health, Back to Work

Program Spotlight Back to Health, Back to Work Back to Health, Back to Work serves unemployed

Back to Health, Back to Work serves unemployed individuals including homeless vet- erans, ex-offenders, and other clients from St. Louis City who are participating in Em- ployment Connection’s World of Work job preparation training, who are identified as having undiagnosed or untreated behavioral health disorders. There is a strong link between unemployment and health disorders, with some studies reporting that nearly 40% of all unemployed people suffer from psychological distress.

Many people come to Employment Connection to apply for free employment services without realizing they have disorders such as depression, anxiety, and post-traumatic stress disorder, which are barriers to their reaching a state of self-sufficiency. The pro- gram provides identification and treatment of those behavioral health issue in a non- stigmatizing setting, helping clients of Back to Health, Back to Work resolve those is- sues and move on with their lives.

Back to Health, Back to Work is made possible through partnership with the St. Louis Mental Health Board, St. Louis University, and the People’s Clinic, all working togeth- er to bring down barriers to self-sufficiency.

Managed Work Services

Social Enterprise at Work in the Community

The mission of Managed Work Services of St. Louis (MWS stl ) is to enhance

The mission of Managed Work Services of St. Louis (MWSstl) is to enhance the St. Louis Metropolitan community through the creation of employment op- portunities for individuals that lead to self-sufficiency and assisting area businesses in becoming more effec- tive with recruiting and retaining employees.

Managed Work Services is a St. Louis area social enter- prise staffing agency, which does much more than just help people find jobs and connect companies with em- ployment ready entry-level workers. Our profits recir- culate into the community through education, literacy and training programs, transportation aid, counseling

programs, career assistance , and additional supportive services that positively affect the lives of area residents. Using Managed Work Services for your hiring needs is both a prudent business and community investment.

MWSstl Business Options include:

•Temporary Staffing/Short term on -site support •Temporary to Direct Hire/Long term on - site support •Managed Work Sites/Full time on - site supervision

The MWSstl Connection:

•Between employers and skilled workers •Between profits and production •Between stability and performance •Between your bottom line and success

For more information on how your business can benefit from partnering with MWSstl, contact:

business can benefit from partnering with MWS stl , contact: Jesse Lane MWS stl Site Supervisor

Jesse Lane MWSstl Site Supervisor (314) 333-5600 lanej@employmentstl.org

from partnering with MWS stl , contact: Jesse Lane MWS stl Site Supervisor (314) 333 -
from partnering with MWS stl , contact: Jesse Lane MWS stl Site Supervisor (314) 333 -
from partnering with MWS stl , contact: Jesse Lane MWS stl Site Supervisor (314) 333 -

Board of Directors

Leading through Experience and Dedication

Board of Directors Leading through Experience and Dedication PRESIDENT J.D Luhning, Esq. Attorney - at -

PRESIDENT J.D Luhning, Esq. Attorney-at-Law Pitzer Snodgrass P.C.

VICE PRESIDENT Prevost V. Foushee Retired Anheuser-Busch Inc.

TREASURER Arthur E. Weiss Financial Advisor Lisart LLC

SECRETARY Roy Anderson, Jr. Local Sales Manager Clear Channel Communications

DIRECTORS J. Scott Clark Senior Labor Counsel Ralcorp Holdings Inc.

Karen A. Davis Senior Vice President, Midwest Community Affairs Manager Regions Financial Corporation

Bill B. Dorothy II, Esq. Professor of Practice Washington University School of Law

Vanessa Howard Ellis, Esq. Assistant Attorney General

Marti Bloodsaw-Foggie HR Consultant Strategies Group

Steve Fiamingo, CPA MBA Candidate Olin Business School

Rodney Gee Principal, Human Resources Edward Jones

Leo Ming, Jr. Retired Vice President, Human Resources St. Louis Convention and Visi- tors Commission

Michael Novack Chairman, President, and Chief Executive Officer Kiosite

Jennifer Price, Esq. Attorney-at-Law

Thompson Coburn LLP Walter Robinson Human Resource Consultant

Al Sears Director, Fixed Income Services Buckingham Asset Management

Frank A. Simmons Retired Mainline Information Systems

Sandra Sneed Crew Manager McDonald’s Restaurants

William Watkins President Watkins Building Group, LLC

Financial Report

Community supporters can be assured their charitable dollars are utilized in the most effective and efficient way. As a result of this due diligence, Employment Connection meets all 20 BBB Standards of Charitable Accountability. Employment Connection works diligently to ensure that every dollar donated goes to those who need it most.

Below is the summary of our financial year ending 2011 as audited by Conner Ash, P.C. The agency remains in a solid financial position by dili- gently appropriating its fiduciary responsibility. Please feel free to con- tact Employment Connection directly if you would like a complete copy of our financial statements.

Arthur E. Weiss

Arthur E. Weiss Board Treasurer Certified Public Accountant

Arthur E. Weiss Board Treasurer Certified Public Accountant 2011 Operating Revenues * Building Rental Income $

2011 Operating Revenues *

Building Rental Income

$ 35,600

1%

Contributions

$ 216,000

7%

Grants and Contracts

$ 2,151,200

77%

United Way of Greater St. Louis

$ 436,900

16%

Interest and Unrealized Loss on Investments

$ -29,300

-1%

2011 Total Revenue

$ 2,810,400

100%

2011 Operating Expenses *

Competitive Employment Program

$ 2,077,400

76%

Managed Work Services

$ 367,200

14%

Building Rental Expense

$ 37,500

1%

Management and General

$ 188,000

7%

Fundraising

$ 56,600

2%

2011 Total Expenses

$ 2,726,700

100%

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$ 56,600 2% 2011 Total Expenses $ 2,726,700 100% 11 2011 Unrestricted Net Assets $ 3,441,300
$ 56,600 2% 2011 Total Expenses $ 2,726,700 100% 11 2011 Unrestricted Net Assets $ 3,441,300

2011 Unrestricted Net Assets

$ 3,441,300

* Rounded 00

Employment Connection Club <$100

Conner Ash

Pat Brown

Helena Crowder

Vanessa Ellis

Dollaree Glasper

Harry Little

Janet Luhning

Minnie McRoberts

David Meyer

Mulligan Graphics

Thomas Rhodenbaugh

Walter Robinson

Sandra Sneed

Halbert Sullivan

T & J Restaurants

Rachel Tibbets

Kelli Williams

Stephen Zegel

Wiley Smith Club $100+

David and Sarah Anderson

Martie Bloodsaw-Foggie and Vincent Foggie

Carol Burkholder

Karen Davis

Jessie Day

Steve Fiamingo

Prevost Foushee

Michael Karasick

Pitzer Snodgrass

Donors

Morgan Stanley

Suzanne and Frank Poggio

Jennifer Price

Walter Robinson

Yusef Scoggin

Rich Unnerstall

William Watkins

Directors Club $250+

David Kessel

Brenda Mahr

Lauren Ming

Leo Ming Jr.

Charles and Betsy Newman

Michael Novack

Maria P. and Jay O. Shields

Frank A. Simmons

Founders Club $500+

Rodney Gee

Joseph Arndt Foundation

JD Luhning and Aisling A. Murphy

Chip and Shelda Shields

Jeff Smith

Opportunity Fund $1,000

Michael Lockette

Miken Technologies

Al Sears

John O. Shields and Claire Shields

Arthur Weiss

Visionaries Club $5000+

St. Louis Affordable Housing Commission

Boeing Employees Community Fund

Edward Jones

Emerson Charitable Trust

Fox Family Foundation

Jordan Foundation

Pott Foundation

St. Louis Philanthropic Organization

Community Builders $25,000+

Daughters of Charity Foundation

U.S. Department of Labor/VETS

Lutheran Foundation

Missouri Department of Corrections

St. Louis Board of Aldermen/Youth at Risk

St. Louis Mental Health Board

United Way of Greater St. Louis

of Corrections St. Louis Board of Aldermen/Youth at Risk St. Louis Mental Health Board United Way

Advisory Board

ARCHS

Moorish Science Temple Of America, Inc.

Gail Dickson

Bro. Todd Irons-El

Basic

Neighborhood Outreach Center Linda Thompson

Oval Miller, Sr.

New Beginnings

Carrie Williams

Bridgeway Behavioral Health Alecia Deutch

Oasis International Ministries Mark Akers

Catholic Charities Housing Resource Center Jane Schoeck

Our Lady’s Inn Jennifer Reinbold

Center For Life Solutions, Inc. Cheryl Gardine

Preferred Family Healthcare Kim Feaman

Center For Women In Transition

Project Cope

Sandy Sperino

Adrienne Denson

Christian Friends for New Americans

Criminal Justice Ministry

Providence Inn

Rev. Dr. Allen buckman

Angela Hamilton

Adefris Mekasha

Queen of Peace Margo Adams

Society of St. Vincent DePaul Sr. Carleen Reck

Rape And Violence End Now (RAVEN) Janeen McGee

Division of Workforce Development Donny Carroll

Salvation Army Rehabilitation Center Alan James

Family Support Network Sue Didier

Soaring Spirit Ministries Janis Frick

Fathers Support Center Cheaster Deanes

Timothy Evangelical Lutheran Church Rev. Bill Wilson

Gateway Free And Clean Shelly Wims/Karl Pickens

St. Louis Community Release Center John Young

Gateway 180

Toni Muhammad

Transfiguration Lutheran Church Donnell Jackson

Gateway Parents Support Group Healthline Martha Sylvester

United States Probation and Parole Quincy Fountain Jo Cooper

Hope House

Urban League

Vanessa McLaughlin

James Smith

Humanitri

Women’s Safe House

Edwin Muhammad

LaDonna Howard

Justine Petersen

Youth Empowerment Services (YES)

Kristen Schell

Joseph Prophet Eddie Stallings

Loaves and Fishes Debbie Push

YWCA

Crystal Small

Volunteers

The following volunteers donated a total 3,844 hours At Employment Connection this year, giving of their time and talents to help others.

You are all very much appreciated!

Avi Allen

Cortez Johnson

Jafra Allen

Eugenia Kilbert

Chardrey Austin

Joseph King

Bob Bell

Crystal Lancaster

Stephanie Bennett

Tiffany Lecke

Nathan Bolden

Kenneth Legrone

Linda Bond

Dom Lupo

Giarra Boyce

Keith McCrady

Jasmine Burt

Maurice Murray

Darlene Carr

Caley Palmer

Lucille Clark

Natasha Porter

Darron Collins-Bey

Uriyah Reed

Rachael Cubb

Doris Rogers

Jesceener Curry

Sandra Savage

Janice Dansberry

Brenda Smith

Anthony Deanes

Erica Tate

Kevin Dent

William Taylor

Harold Fields

Rebekah Titsworth

Chiquita Fisher

Brenda Smith

Breanna Fulton

Joseph Stroud

Jackie Furlow

Jeremy Stubbs

Leon Gardner

Charles Sutherland

Shelton Green

Ramone Triplett

Jerrell Hawkins

Roger Walsh

Delores Herron

Bennett Wills

Sutherland Shelton Green Ramone Triplett Jerrell Hawkins Roger Walsh Delores Herron Bennett Wills 13

Our Dedicated Staff

Administration

Brenda Mahr Chief Executive Officer

34 years

David Kessel

Chief Operating Officer

16 years

Nathaniel Dempsey

Executive Assistant

6 years

Jonathan Walz

Development Associate

2 years

Accounting Services

Sarah Robinson

Sr. Manger, Accounting Services

9 years

Nora Davis

Accountant

9 years

Managed Work Services

Jessie Lane

Site Supervisor

9 years

Erick Abernathy Housing Specialist –SHP 1st year

Supportive Services for Veteran Families

Ex-Offenders, Veterans, Youth and Adults

Minnie McRoberts

Career Specialist

34 years

Tamara Williams Career Specialist

12 years

Preston Vanderford Career Specialist

3

Michael McCoy Manager, Career Specialist

4 years

Veronica Travis

Career Specialist

4

New Americans

Pat Brown

Career Specialist

28

Back to Health/Back to Work

Steve Zegel Licensed Clinical Social Worker

4 years

Andre Alexander Housing Specialist –SSVF 1st year

Saffiyah Muhammad Housing Specialist –SSVF 1st year

Stephanie Shaw Housing Specialist –SSVF 1st year

Custodial Staff

Oscar Selfe

Custodian

5 years

Steve Willkins

Custodian

1st year

Competitive Employment Program

years

years

years

Krystal Bryant

Eugene Fowler

Site Supervisor II

Senior Manager, Career Services

3 Years

8years

Client & Training Services

Peggy McKinney

Manager, Client Services

9 years

Dollaree Glasper

Client Services Specialist

8 years

Housing Services

Yusef Scoggin

Manager, Housing Services

2 years

Supportive Housing Program

Harry Little Housing Specialist -SHP

9 years

Meredith McDuffie Housing Specialist -SHP 1st year

Steven Hoven Manager, Career Services

8years

Illinois TANF & SNAP

Brian Crues

Career Specialist

8 years

1st year Steven Hoven Manager, Career Services 8years Illinois TANF & SNAP Brian Crues Career Specialist
Main service location Missouri 2838 Market Street Saint Louis, Missouri 63103 Hours of Service Monday
Main service location Missouri 2838 Market Street Saint Louis, Missouri 63103 Hours of Service Monday
Main service location Missouri 2838 Market Street Saint Louis, Missouri 63103 Hours of Service Monday
Main service location Missouri 2838 Market Street Saint Louis, Missouri 63103 Hours of Service Monday
Main service location Missouri 2838 Market Street Saint Louis, Missouri 63103 Hours of Service Monday

Main service location

Missouri

2838 Market Street Saint Louis, Missouri 63103

Hours of Service Monday-Friday

8:00am-5:00pm

Telephone 314-333-JOBS (5627)

Satellite Office

Illinois

Department of Human Services 225 N. 9 th Street East Saint Louis, Illinois 62201

Hours of Service Monday-Friday

8:00am-5:00pm

Telephone

618.875.8665

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