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Community Resources

St. Vincent De Paul

The mission of the Society of St. Vincent de Paul is “a network of friends, inspired by Gospel values, growing in holiness and building a more just world through personal relationships with and service to people in need.”

Vincentians respond to many community and individual needs through programs such as disaster relief services, job training and placement, thrift stores, food pantries, housing programs, prison reentry, medical services, and many others, always seeking longer-term pathways out of poverty and towards the full flourishing of every person.


Good Samaritan House

Empowers unhoused mothers and their children with guidance, shelter, and hope. 

Good Samaritan House is one of the few emergency shelters in the St. Louis Metro East area that serves unhoused mothers and their children.


Covenant House

Covenant House provides housing and support services to youth facing homelessness. Also helps young people transform their lives and put them on a path to independence.

Convenant House locations are open 24/7 in cities across North and Central America. The strengths-based programs are designed to empower young people to rise and overcome adversity, today and in the future.


Fontebella Maternity Home

When a woman of any age experiences an unplanned pregnancy, she may also suddenly find herself homeless. She may have a substance abuse problem, be involved in human trafficking, or be the victim of domestic violence. 

The Fontebella Maternity Home gives her a safe place to live, with food, counseling, nurturing and programming, so that she can take the time she needs to become an independent, successful woman. As well as giving her the tools she needs to end cycles of addiction and violence, build confidence in herself, and find a stable living situation that will ensure family permanency. This organization works to reunite her with family, connect her to parenting classes, rehabilitation, and other services to help ensure she is able to care for herself and her baby.


St. Clair County Housing Authority

The St. Clair County Housing Authority (SCCHA) administers two basic types of federally assisted housing programs --- property based assistance programs and a tenant based assistance program.

The tenant-based program is called the Section 8 Housing Choice Voucher Program (HCVP). The HCVP program provides rental assistance to participating families residing in privately owned dwellings.


Madison County Housing Authority

Provides a variety of safe, affordable housing options to very low and low-income residents across Madison County, as well as elderly and disabled members of the community.  

The Housing Authority also oversees the Section 8 Housing Choice Vouchers Program and the Family Self-Sufficiency Program .


O'Fallon Food Pantry

The O’Fallon Community Food Pantry distributes donated and purchased food items to residents of O’Fallon and Shiloh, Illinois, who are dealing with food insecurity.  

The food pantry is a supplemental food source and clients are allowed to use our services once every 30 days.  The food pantry provides a variety of items including canned goods, meat, milk, eggs, and personal hygiene items.


M.A.N.N.A. Food Pantry/Church of the Living God

Located in Fairview Heights, M.A.N.N.A. is one of the areas only mobile food pantry and serves over two hundred families each month.


Towerview Baptist Church Community Food Pantry

Located in Shiloh, the food pantry services those who live in the Whiteside school district. Proof of residency (Electric Bill, housing permit, etc.) and photo ID are required when signing up.

The food pantry is open the 2nd and 4th Thursday of each month, 9:00 - 11:00 a.m.

The pantry operates as a drive-thru service at Towerview Baptist Church. Please pull around the back of the church and stay in your vehicle when you arrive.


The Salvation Army St. Clair County Food Pantry

The Salvation Army of Belleville addresses the needs of low-income individuals and households that lack a reliable access to affordable, nutritious food and may experience hunger on a regular basis.

Must be a resident of St. Clair County, IL.

Patrons must complete an application if receiving services for the first time.

Patrons are only allowed to receive aid once per month.

The pantry is open Thursday, 9 a.m. - Noon.

Soup-n-Share Food Pantry

Soup-n-Share's Food Pantry provides quality food items to households experiencing food insecurity. This program supplies critical nutrition to hungry individuals and families. 

This program covers residents of the following counties: Bond County, IL, Calhoun County, IL, Clinton County, IL, Jersey County, IL, Macoupin County, IL, Madison County, IL, Monroe County, IL, Saint Clair County, IL, Franklin County, MO, Jefferson County, MO, Lincoln County, MO, Saint Charles County, MO, Saint Louis County, MO, Saint Louis City County, MO and Warren County, MO.

Open Wednesdays and Fridays.


Spirit of Sharing (S.O.S.) Soup Kitchen

Ten local churches and several community organizations came together to form the Soup Kitchen Coalition.  This group rotates weekly to provide volunteers and food to serve dinner. 

S.O.S. Soup Kitchen is a strictly feeding ministry, open to anyone in need of a warm meal and friendship.  There are no qualifying factors or strings attached.


United Way of Greater St. Louis

United Way of Greater St. Louis mobilizes the community with one goal in mind – helping people live their best possible lives. We unite people, resources and funding to help build strong and equitable communities where everyone can thrive.

United Way continues to flourish and use its storied past as a guide on how to best serve the community. Instead of supporting a single cause, we focus on 5 impact areas – essential needs, early childhood and youth success, health and wellbeing, jobs and financial mobility, and community stability and crisis response.

Working together, we will continue to create a stronger, healthier, and more equitable St. Louis region.


Inside/Out Thrift Store

Inside/Out Thrift Store provides gently used clothing and goods at bargain prices. Anyone is welcome to explore the store’s inventory, which is donated by the local community.


The Shelter Shop

The Shelter Shop is a resale shop that sells donated, pre-owned clothing, books, toys, and household items in good condition. In addition, clients who are in need of emergency clothing and/or other items are given vouchers to shop for items free of charge.


Tapestry of Community Offerings (TOCO)

TOCO offers a textile pantry which is comparable to a food pantry, but for clothing and housewares.

Through referrals from other social service agencies such as Chestnut Health Systems, Bethany Place, Lessie Bates Davis Neighborhood House; local schools and churches Tapestry of Community Offerings provides thousands of items free of charge such as shoes, clothing, and housewares to families in our community who need it most.


The Mission Thrift Store

The Mission Thrift Store is Belleville's newest place to find bargains for the whole family and is a great place to donate your unneeded, unwanted household items and furniture. We accept gently used or new furniture, clothing, home decor, linens, kitchen items, jewelry, tools, toys, books, electronics, appliances, and household items.

Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (ILHEAP)

The Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) helps eligible low-income households pay for home energy services (primarily heating during winter months).

Illinois residents with a household income that does not exceed an amount determined annually by the Department of Commerce are eligible.


St. Clair County Community Action Agency

Community Action Agencies across the State provide a variety of Community Services Block Grant services, including but not limited to, assistance with Rental/Mortgage, Food, Water/Sewer Payment, Employment Training/Placement, Financial Management, and Temporary Shelter. Each agency delivers locally-designed programs and services based on the needs of its community. If a particular service is not directly provided by your local Community Action Agency, you will be referred to one of our partner entities for further assistance.…


Illinois American Water


PeopleReady is an on-demand staffing space where our trained specialists will help people in need find employment. 

PeopleReady staff know exactly what work is available at a local level. Their relationship with local businesses means they have the jobs when you need them.


Illinois Department of Employment Security (IDES)

The Illinois Department of Employment Security will encourage economic growth and stability in Illinois by providing vital employment services to Illinois residents and employers, analyzing and disseminating actionable labor market information, and administering unemployment insurance programs.​


Illinois WorkNet Center

To expand economic opportunity, the Illinois WorkNet Portal and Program utilizes partnerships and technology to expand seamless and real-time access to workforce development resources aimed at individuals, employers, and workforce/education partners.


Re-entry Employment Service Program (RESP)

The Re-Entry Employment Service Program (RESP) serves Illinoisans who are currently, or have in the past been, subject to any stage of the criminal justice process and who require assistance in overcoming barriers to employment resulting from a record of arrest or conviction.


O'Fallon Township Transit

O’Fallon Township owns and operates the O’Fallon Township Transit (aka: Rotary Wheels) which runs Monday through Friday from 8:15 am to 3:30 pm out of the O’Fallon Township Office. The purpose of the program is to provide free or low-cost rides to O’Fallon residents throughout O’Fallon Township and O’Fallon city limits.

Fare: Age 62 and older, as well as handicapped persons, ride the van for free. Individuals 55-61 pay fifty cents while all others pay $1.00.


St. Clair County Transit

The St. Clair County Transit District (SCCTD) was created in 1981 under the Illinois Mass Transit District Act. SCCTD provides and manages transportation services for the fifteen townships that make up the District. The fifteen Townships in the District include: Belleville, Canteen, Caseyville, Centreville, East St. Louis, Engelmann, Lebanon, Mascoutah, O’Fallon, St. Clair, Shiloh Valley, Smithon, Stites, Stookey, Sugarloaf.



Non-Emergency Transportation Services Prior Authorization Program (NETSPAP) is a program from the Illinois Department of Healthcare and Family Services (HFS). NETSPAP is a Medicaid program dedicated to help Medicaid Participants who have limited access to non-emergency transportation to and from a Medicaid covered health care service.


Alternative Transportation System

The Alternative Transportation System (ATS) provides curb-to-curb community service for individuals certified as American Disabilities Act (ADA) eligible, elderly service for those age 60 or older, and ambulatory in some areas.

Services are available in the following Township areas: Belleville, Canteen, Caseyville, Centreville, East St. Louis, Engelmann, Lebanon, Mascoutah, O’Fallon, St. Clair, Shiloh Valley, Smithton, and States and Stookey.

Reservations for service must be made one to five days in advance. Rides cost $4.00 per trip.


National Runaway Safeline (NRS)

In partnership with Greyhound Lines, Inc., NRS helps reunite qualified runaway youth ages 12-21 with their families, or alternate living arrangement through free transportation home. 

Must be between the ages of 12 and 21 and be returning to a parent, guardian, approved caregiver, or shelter or transitional living program. Conference call between the youth and person they are returning to is required as well as basic documentation (ID or equivalent). Youth 15 and under may require an approved adult to accompany them (if so, a ticket for the accompanying adult is provided). Home Free can only be used in the United States. 

Youth must call 1-800-RUNAWAY (786-2929) to start the process.

Division of Specialized Care for Children

Children who have eligible chronic health issues are enrolled in the Core Program. This program supports needs such as therapy, specialized equipment and transportation related to medical appointments and treatment.


Social Security Administration

The Social Security Administration administers retirement, disability, survivor, and family benefits, and enroll individuals in Medicare. It also provides Social Security Numbers, which are unique identifiers needed to work, handle financial transactions, and determine eligibility for certain government services.


Illinois Department of Human Services Rehabilitation Services

The Department of Human Services's Division of Rehabilitation Services is the state's lead agency serving individuals with disabilities. DRS works in partnership with people with disabilities and their families to assist them in making informed choices to achieve full community participation through employment, education, and independent living opportunities.


Living Independently Now Center of Southern Illinois (LINC Inc.)

Opening doors for individuals with disabilities through education, advocacy, and independent living resources. 

LINC Inc. is a Center for Independent Living (CIL) that strives to assist people with disabilities to reach their own personal goals.


The Arc of Illinois

The Arc of Illinois advocates for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities, families and community organizations to ensure that people with disabilities can live, work, learn, and play in communities across the state. 

The Arc offers resources and information, supports families in their individual advocacy efforts and trains and educates people with disabilities, families and professionals among other things.


St. Clair County VA Clinic

Located in Shiloh, Illinois this VA clinic offers a variety of services to help veterans stay healthy throughout their lives. 

Services provided include: 


Primary care 

Whole health…


Veterans Crisis Line

The Veterans Crisis Line is free and confidential. When you call, chat, or text, a qualified responder will listen and help. You decide how much information to share. Support doesn't end with your conversation. Responders can connect you with the resources you need.

Veterans and service members in crisis aren’t alone. If you’re thinking about hurting yourself, having thoughts of suicide, or becoming self-destructive, the Veterans Crisis Line is ready to help.

Dial 988 then press 1

Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW)

The Veterans of Foreign Wars of the United States is a nonprofit veterans service organization comprised of eligible veterans and military service members from the active, guard and reserve forces.

VFW has many programs and services that work to support veterans, service members and their families, as well as communities worldwide.

With posts located in O'Fallon and in Belleville.


St. Clair County Veteran's Assistance Commission

The St. Clair County Veteran's Assistance Commission is a temporary financial assistance agency. They assist with food and hygiene vouchers, rent and utilities. Rental assistance is based on family size and is sliding scale. Food and hygiene vouchers are also a sliding scale and based on family size.


National Center for PTSD

The mission of the National Center for PTSD is to advance the clinical care and social welfare of America's Veterans and others who have experienced trauma, or who suffer from PTSD, through research, education, and training in the science, diagnosis, and treatment of PTSD and stress-related disorders.


The Violence Prevention Center

Through taking an individual's entire well-being in to account The Violence Prevention Center is able to meet survivor where ever they are in their journey.  Through education and empowerment those dealing with domestic violence can begin to heal and envision a future without violence. 

The Violence Prevention Center provides services such as: 

24-Hour Hotline 


Emergency Shelter 

Legal Advocacy

Prevention & Education


Crisis Hotline: (618)235-0892

Domestic Violence Group Interventions

Group Intervention's mission is the safety of Victims, who are usually women and children; however, an increasing number of men are coming forward as Victims of abuse and violence. They treat all Victims with dignity and respect, regardless of their gender. While they honor the abuse or prior trauma that Victims have endured, they simultaneously teach and empower them with coping skills, nonviolent conflict management techniques, and identification of red flags in relationships. The organization can refer clients to mental health facilities and addiction centers when needed to provide concurrent treatment. If inpatient treatment is needed, the organization puts clients in a medical hold status, and they resume group attendance after treatment.

Group Interventions is a social service agency serving domestic violence abusers in Bond, Clinton, Jersey, Macoupin, Madison and St. Clair counties in Illinois.


National Domestic Violence Hotline

24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year, the National Domestic Violence Hotline provides essential tools and support to help survivors of domestic violence so they can live their lives free of abuse.

Contacts to The Hotline can expect highly-trained, expert advocates to offer free, confidential, and compassionate support, crisis intervention information, education, and referral services in over 200 languages.

The National Domestic Violence Hotline envisions a world where all relationships are positive, healthy, and free from violence.


Text "START" to 88788

Programs and Services for Older Persons (PSOP)

Programs and Services for Older Persons (PSOP) staff provide a wide variety of direct and referral services to older adults, as well as their families and caregivers. The goal is to help older adults make the most of their health and independence while enjoying a rewarding lifestyle.



AgeSmart Community Resources works to help older adults remain independent in their homes and communities. Through planning, funding, responding to community needs and providing answers on aging, AgeSmart Community Resources helps people age well their way. 

AgeSmart can help with services and resources to make the very important role of a caregiver easier.


Home Instead, Inc.

From combating loneliness through kind acts to giving nearly one million dollars to senior-focused charities, the Home Instead network dedicates funding, time and leadership to mobilize markets around the globe in hopes of creating a better world for all aging adults.

From personal care to Alzheimer’s care to transportation, Home Instead services make life easier for seniors and their families.


Illinois Department on Aging

The mission of the Illinois Department on Aging is to serve and advocate for older Illinoisans and their caregivers by administering quality and culturally appropriate programs that promote partnerships and encourage independence, dignity, and quality of life.


Hoyleton Youth & Family Services

Hoyleton focuses on restoring families, preparing young adults to make positive life decisions, helping parents and guardians be better parents, and providing wellness education are some of the ways we’re working to build stronger communities.

Hoyleton's mission is to enable all people young and old alike, to realize the wholeness of life that God intends.


Caritas Family Solutions

Caritas Family Solutions is a nonprofit social services agency that works to meet the physical, social, and emotional needs of vulnerable people in Southern Illinois, from before birth through the golden years. They believe our community is strengthened when every person in it has a loving home and can create healthy relationships.


Big Brother Big Sister of Southwestern Illinois

Big Brother Big Sister provides short term counseling to children, families and groups (schools) who have been identified as needing assistance in resolving psychological and relationship issues.

This organization matches at-risk youth with professionally supported adult mentors. Which is the only mentorship program in the country recommended by the CDC to prevent adverse childhood experiences and trauma.


Heartlinks Grief Center

Heartlinks is a place where you can find professional counseling, support groups and community programs, and information on managing change, loss and grief. Heartlinks is a place of safety. You can learn to manage grief over time, and over the passage of life. Heartlinks is a home. You can find support and companionship at a time when you feel as if the lives of everyone around you go on, while your life has stopped. Heartlinks is a place to realize you are not alone – where you can progress from grief to growth.

Heartlinks provides a variety of services to children, adults, and families who are trying to manage the serious illness or death of someone they love.


Metro East Diaper Bank

The Metro East Diaper Bank focuses on making the maximum positive effort for our community. Their partners and volunteers provide the momentum that helps them affect change. Using a data driven model, they provide solutions that make a long-lasting difference. 

The Metro East Diaper Bank is the community's hands & feet to supplement diapers to parents with a diaper need.


Community Lifeline

The mission of Community Lifeline is to rebuild communities from the inside out with comprehensive programs designed to improve and enrich the lives of urban youth and families through Education, Health, Economics and Community Development. They believe that by seeking a holistic, long-term solution for meeting needs in a way that changes how people think, ultimately will determine how they live.


St. Louis Queer+ Support Helpline (SQSH)

The St. Louis Queer+ Support Helpline believes that every LGBTQIA+ person deserves to be treated with compassion and dignity - because queer spirits, bodies, and narratives are inherently sacred and indisposable. 

A grassroots, community-based, queer-led collective dedicated to facilitating healing spaces and providing holistic support for queer individuals to thrive. SQSH is a group of queer people working toward a collective liberation by creating anti-oppressive community spaces and radically reimagining our systems of healing and support.


Metro Trans Umbrella Group (MTUG)

A grassroots nonprofit organization that is diligently working to create a more inclusive and supportive community in the St. Louis metro area. 

The Metro Trans Umbrella Group focuses on bring together the Trans, Gender Non-Conforming, and QTBIPOC* communities and their support systems in the St. Louis metro area through equity, community, visibility, advocacy and education.


Trans Lifeline

Trans Lifeline is a grassroots hotline and non-profit organization offering direct emotional and financial support to trans people in crisis – for the trans community, by the trans community.

Trans Lifeline connects trans people to the community support and resources we need to survive and thrive.


Trevor Lifeline

Trained counselors that understand the challenges LGBTQIA+ people face. They will listen without judgment. All of your conversations are confidential, and you can share as much or as little as you'd like. 

Connect to a crisis counselor 24/7 365 days a year, from anywhere in the U.S.


Text "START" to 678-678

PFLAG Belleville

PFLAG ​is the nation's largest organization dedicated to supporting, educating, and advocating for LGBTQ+ people and those who love them.

PFLAG is focused on creating a caring, just, and affirming world for LGBTQ+ people and those who love them.


Rainbow House

Rainbow House provides people within the LGBTQ+ community a safe space to create healthy relationships, find a caring support system, discover educational resources and offer the opportunity to explore faith.


Gateway Foundation

Gateway is a recognized leader in evidence-based treatment proven to get results. Their experts in Addiction Medicine—including highly educated clinical and medical professionals and expert psychiatrists and nurses—deliver care that never stops.

Expertise and compassionate leadership enable Gateway teams to meet diverse needs with a personalized treatment curriculum that recognizes the humanity and individuality of each patient.


Illinois Recovery Center

Illinois Recovery Center is dedicated to providing precise and authentic care to those seeking treatment. 

The mission at Illinois Recovery Center is to eliminate drug and alcohol abuse by treating clients with substance abuse and related mental health issues with the highest quality care, in an individual multifaceted way to improve the success of recovery and reduce the incidence of readmission.


Chestnut Health Systems

The Belleville Chestnut Health Systems drug and alcohol rehab facility provides clients with state-of-the-art addiction and mental health treatment services, including assessments, dual diagnosis, intensive outpatient treatment, and outpatient treatment. A highly trained team of doctors, psychiatrists, nurses, counselors, and case managers works together to provide each client with a unique and comprehensive treatment plan.

Chestnut Health Systems believes that recovery is possible for everyone and is committed to providing the highest quality of care and professional excellence to anyone seeking recovery.


988 Suicide & Crisis Lifeline

The 988 Lifeline provides 24/7, free and confidential support for people in distress, prevention and crisis resources for you or your loved ones, and best practices for professionals in the United States. 

The 988 Suicide & Crisis Lifeline (formerly known as the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline) provides free and confidential emotional support to people in suicidal crisis or emotional distress 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, across the United States. The Lifeline is comprised of a national network of over 200 local crisis centers, combining custom local care and resources with national standards and best practices.

Dial 988

Comprehensive Behavioral Health Services

Comprehensive Behavioral Health Services' mission is to provide quality individualized essential services for people in need of emotional, rehabilitative and social support, on a twenty-four (24) hour basis, in the least restrictive environment.

Our services are designed to meet the needs of children, adolescents and adults. Services may include but are not limited to therapeutic counseling, psycho-social testing, individual and group therapy, crisis intervention, consultation, community intervention, psychiatric evaluation, case management services, referrals, and outreach services.

Services at Comprehensive Behavioral Health Center of St. Clair County, Inc. are consumer driven, provided in a respectful and ethical fashion, regardless of the ability to pay and discounts are available based on family size and income.


Chestnut Health Systems

Chestnut offers a comprehensive scope of behavioral health and human services in Illinois and Missouri. Our professional and experienced staff is committed to providing high-quality care and services to the communities we serve.

Chestnut continuously works to achieve its mission to make a difference and improve quality of life through excellence in service.


Heartlink Grief Center

Heartlinks is a place where you can find professional counseling, support groups and community programs, and information on managing change, loss and grief. Heartlinks is a place of safety. You can learn to manage grief over time, and over the passage of life. Heartlinks is a home. You can find support and companionship at a time when you feel as if the lives of everyone around you go on, while your life has stopped. Heartlinks is a place to realize you are not alone – where you can progress from grief to growth.

Heartlinks provides a variety of services to children, adults, and families who are trying to manage the serious illness or death of someone they love.


National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) of Southwestern Illinois

NAMI of Southwestern Illinois is a non-profit, self-help, volunteer organization dedicated to improving quality of life for people with mental illness and their families. 

NAMI SWI serves six counties in Southwestern Illinois: Bond, Clinton, Macoupin, Madison, Randolph, and St Clair.

NAMI SWI provides free education and support programs for persons with mental illnesses and their families. We provide a voice for people affected by mental illnesses by advocating for them with public and private policy makers for better legislation and more effective mental health treatment options.


Pet Helpline

Animal Humane Society’s free Pet Helpline provides caring, compassionate advice and resources to address whatever animal issues you may be experiencing. Whether you need help managing your pet’s behavior, or a referral for veterinary care, pet-friendly housing, low-cost spay/neuter surgery, or other local assistance programs.


Belleville Area Humane Society Community Outreach

The Belleville Area Humane Society improves the lives of animals in our community through adoption, humane education, and community outreach.

All community outreach services are available for St. Clair County residents only.

618-235-3712 ext. 100

Animal Hospital of O'Fallon

Animal Hospital of O’Fallon is an integral part of the community in St. Clair County, Illinois. Whether your pet needs routine medical care, emergency services, or treatment due to illness, you can rest assured that their entire staff will treat your pet as one of their own.


No Leash Needed

No Leash Needed provides exceptional care and attention to your pet while with them. Their award-winning training programs, safe and fun dog daycare, and premium boarding services make them a St. Louis favorite when choosing the best pet resort for your dog. They are proud members of several professional pet organizations that ensure strict standards when caring for your dog. Now featuring an O'Fallon location.


O'Fallon Police Department

The O'Fallon Police Department is dedicated to proactively solving problems and protecting life and property through education, prevention, and enforcement.


WellNow Urgent Care

Life doesn't slow down, and neither should your healthcare. With the combined expertise of WellNow Urgent Care, Allergy, Occupational Health, and Clinical Research, WellNow offers healthcare that's as flexible and on-demand as your day.


St. Elizabeth's Hospital

St. Elizabeth's Hospital uses progressive physician partnerships and the latest technology to provide personal, integrated health care across our entire system. They continue to demonstrate commitment to our communities and to our Franciscan traditions by providing quality, caring and compassionate health care to all—including the sick, needy, uninsured and underinsured. They continue to grow thoughtfully, through our commitment to professional lay leadership. Stewardship of resources and strategic investments help ensure the highest standards of clinical quality and service as well as the long-term viability of the system.


Varsity Tutors

Varsity Tutors believe the best way to get ahead and stay ahead is to continually and consistently learn. Rather than cramming last minute, students create positive and lasting learning habits to help them succeed.

Varsity Tutors help students achieve learning goals and inspire new ones. Learning Memberships go beyond the necessary tools for a better grade— we’re the singular destination for all learning needs.


Sylvan Learning Center

At Sylvan, you get the best in certified teachers and interactive technology, so your child feels fully engaged and gets the exact learning he or she needs. Our teachers not only instruct, but they challenge and inspire your child. And did you know? Sylvan is the largest, private employer of certified K-12 teachers in the world!


O'Fallon School District 90

The mission of O'Fallon School District #90 is to provide the highest quality educational program in a safe and positive learning environment through which all children become responsible, productive citizens and life-long learners, equipped to make intelligent choices today and tomorrow.


Central School District 104

Imagine a school where all students, families and staff are treated with respect and come together as a family, where teachers inspire students to do their best and where all children can achieve success. This is not only the vision of Central School District 104, it is lived daily by anyone who walks through the doors. The Central 104 community imagines the potential of all students, inspires children and in turn, achieves success.


O'Fallon Township High School

The mission of O'Fallon Township High School is to access the talents of the community, family, and staff to provide a positive environment that maximizes the potential of students to become informed decision makers, engaged life-long learners, and responsible citizens in an ever-changing and diverse society.


Metro East Literacy Project (MELP)

The purpose of the Metro East Literacy Project nonprofit organization is to promote literacy to adults and children by providing access to books, libraries, reading lessons, and quality reading experiences.

It is the vision of MELP to build a community of avid, lifelong readers in the St. Louis Metropolitan area who understand and appreciate the inherent value of reading. In order to have a thriving economy, it takes a community of literate, educated and engaged people who can take advantage of resources that strengthen and sustain the overall wellbeing of every human being.


Community Resources Helpline

24/7 connection to resources and agencies in Illinois and Missouri 

Dial 211

Local Directory Assistance

For local directory assistance in the United States and Canada. 

Dial 411

Transportation and Traffic Information

For national information on transportation, traffic, and road closures. 

Dial 511


National service that marks approximate locations of buried utilities to ensure a safety while digging. 

Dial 811


If experiencing an emergency 

Dial 911

Suicide & Crisis Lifeline

National network of local crisis centers that provides free and confidential emotional support to people in suicidal crisis or emotional distress 24 hours a day, 7 days a week in the United States. 

Dial 988