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Posted on 03.18.13
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  • Posted on 03.18.13

Congressman Wm. Lacy Clay (D) Missouri announced today that the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development has awarded more than $8.4 million in grant renewals to twelve community-based nonprofit agencies to help combat homelessness in the St. Louis area. These competitive grants of unused Fiscal Year 2012 funds are being awarded by HUD under the 2012 Continuum of Care Program competition.

"I am very pleased that even under these very difficult budgetary times, we were able to help secure $8.4 million in unused continuum of care funds to help these outstanding local nonprofit agencies provide transitional and permanent housing and supportive services to end the cycle of homelessness in St. Louis.," said the Congressman.

Over $1.54 billion in renewal funding is being awarded for competitive programs across the nation.

St. Louis Non-Profit Agencies Continuum of Care

Competitive Homeless Assistance Grant Awards

Covenant House

Transitional Housing Program


Resources Great Horizons


Resources Horizon Club House


Doorways Delmar


Doorways Jumpstart


Doorways Maryland


Employment Connection Project Homecoming




Peter and Paul Benedict Joseph Labre Center


Places for People Housing for the Future of Families


Queen of Peace Center St. Philippine Home










Society of St.

Vincent de Paul Project MORE


Society of St.

Vincent de Paul Project PLUS


St. Patrick Center Project Protect Housing


St. Patrick Center Rosati House


YWCA Phyllis Wheatley THP


Total Awards: $8,417,864