The mission of All Among Us is to offer secure transformative housing and supportive wraparound services to women who are struggling to achieve and maintain stable housing independence.

Our Core Programs

Women's Care Center

The Women's Care Center provides a safe and comfortable home setting where women can make the necessary changes away from the people, places, impediments, and stresses that keep them stuck and often in danger. Our women have incredible abilities, talents, and personal histories. All Among Us partners with existing social safety nets to strengthen and improve services in the St. Louis area.


Aftercare Program

Our Aftercare Program exists to provide a bridge between the immediate security of our residency program and an independent, productive life; recipients are perpetually welcome to return to All Among Us for assistance in their individualized recovery program.


Crisis Direct Aid

People experiencing homelessness in St. Louis need human community, trust, and ongoing wellness supplies. Baseline assistance helps people who are struggling to then make small life changes. Our crisis relief team provides this assistance through weekly visits throughout the St. Louis area. We also offer Crisis Direct Aid for emergent situations, so that those suffering from homelessness can be safe when they need it most, particularly during inclement weather.



The women of All Among Us have faced many challenges on their path to healing and recovery. They often struggle through complex family dynamics, higher rates of domestic abuse, and complex trauma. These challenges are physically and psychologically damaging. Tackling the original issues and addressing the developing effects are essential in successful treatment and recovery. All Among Us not only helps these women, but we also become partners with each individual to champion a full recovery and mitigate the risk of relapse. We advocate for and provide numerous opportunities for the women while living at the Center, following them all the way through the Aftercare Program.

per the census, 1 in 5 residents of St. Louis city lives in poverty

The unfortunate reality is that gender, class, and race are still factors in the ability to break away from societal boundaries. Sometimes, the hardest work will go unnoticed purely based on demographics. Affordable housing and enduring patterns of racial segregation continues to push down lower-class families, making it that much more difficult to break the cycle of poverty.

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