Our Lady's Inn
Rating: 5 stars 24 24 reviews
4223 S. Compton Ave. St. Louis MO 63111 USA
Our Lady’s Inn provides pregnant women and their children shelter and hope for a new life through humble acts of love.
In 2012, we housed a 139 moms and 159 children at our St. Louis and St. Charles locations. Our aftercare program served 148 moms and 187 children in 2012.
women who are pregnant and homeless
Geographic areas served:
St. Louis and St. Charles Metropolitan Community
Both our St. Louis and St. Charles County homes house up to 18 pregnant women and their children who are homeless. Our transitional housing program can accept three families at a time. These are women who have completed our emergency residential program and still need supportive services.
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1 person found this review helpful
Working for a referral agency to Our Lady's Inn I can tell you that they are terrific to work with. Staff is professional and responsive, home is well managed, and clients that have been referred have been treated fairly and compassionately. There is a standard of operation that far exceeds any maternity home in our area. Our Lady's Inn can recgonizes a true emergency and acts promptly and efficiently. It is always the first place I call when maternity shelter is needed.
I've personally experienced the results of this organization in...
placement of many pregnant women with no where else to go. I also have continued to work with them during their residence at Our Lady's Inn.
If I had to make changes to this organization, I would...
Clone it. They do everything right.
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Professionally managed with love and compassion shared with residents
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