Crisis Resources


  1. View Operation Food Source Distribution List
  2. Snopes – Free Case of Baby Formula
  3. Need Help Paying Bills – Free Baby Formula
  4. Missouri expands food stamp program in response to coronavirus
  5. Charter/Spectrum is offering 2 months of free internet to support Academic Learning for families. Call (844) 488-8395 for more information. Also, please note that if there is an outstanding bill, the free internet is not an option.
  6. TLC for Kids provides staffing for childcare programs around the region, as well as in-home care. Contact Angela at or by calling 314-725-5560
  7. If you lost your income or health insurance due to COVID-19, you might qualify for help. FSD Benefit Flyer
  8. SNAP Outreach
  9. Spire has coronavirus assistance for our residential and small business customers. Eligible residential customers will receive a $100 pledge on their Spire bill. Eligible small business customers will receive a $200 pledge on their Spire bill. To apply go to
  10. St. Louis COVID-19 Mutual Aid Support




In 2020, at the invitation of Jason Purnell, United 4 Children was named the lead agency overseeing childcare and early childhood education for the Regional COVID-19 Response Team. U4C is leveraging networks and resources to lead partnering organizations and childcare providers during this crisis.

Each of these areas are designed to support the whole child regardless if care is taking place at home or in a child care setting. United 4 Children’s services area available to caregivers and families across the St. Louis Metro Region. 


Care Coordination

 As essential businesses will remain open during the COVID-19 crisis, the children of first responders will need a safe place to be during work hours.

Child Care Aware of Missouri is serving as the lead organization in providing child care referrals. Email or call the toll-free number at 866-892-3228. United 4 Children’s team is offering virtual and coaching support to childcare staff. If you would like support, email

Basic Needs Form

In this time of crisis, childcare providers may lose access to items critical to basic needs. This includes but is not limited to: food, diapers, health and hygiene supplies. We are working together with multiple agencies to identify basic needs for centers and families. Please let us know what your needs are so that we can help the suppliers understand childcare specific needs for coordination. If you have any questions, email

Basic Needs Information Form

Child Specific Consultation

Life is changing drastically and children are in the midst of the chaos. United 4 Children is here to help children thrive. Using a strengths-based approach, we can provide expert coaching to support the child’s health and well-being. The process is as follows: Contact United 4 Children by the region HERE or fill out the google form below, and our team will customize a specific plan and match the family or child with expert coaching with 30 minute sessions.

Child Specific Needs Request

Rental Assistance
If you need help staying in your home, visit the resources below:

COVID-19 and Fair Housing Rights

Evictions, Repairs and Health Concerns During the COVID-19 Pandemic

United Way 211, 1-800-427-4626, their COVID-19 dedicated page has additional information

Urban League: 314-615-3640



To locate your nearest federally-qualified health center, please visit Find a Healthcare Center

St. Louis County Health Line | 314-615-2660

St. Louis City Health Department Line |  314-612-5100

Guidance for Childcare Programs that Remain Open

Mask Activity for Children

Dr. Punch on how to use PPE in the Childcare Setting


United 4 Children empowers caregivers to nurture whole-child development through early childhood and afterschool programs.

U4C's Main Line:
(314) 531-1412

Inclusion Services:
(800) 467-2322

Missouri's Early Care and Resource and Referral Line:
(866) 583-2392

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