St. Louis International Resources

Click Here to Visit The St. Louis New American Alliance Website

St. Louis has a number of local resources and organizations designed to help immigrants:

St. Louis has a vast array of resources dedicated to immigrants and refugees in the region, but what many people fail to realize is the fact that all of these resources are interconnected.

Blue represents organizations welcoming to New Americans. Green represents organizational focus on serving New Americans. Updated June 2018. 

Click Here to See the St. Louis Regional Immigrant and Refugee Resource Ecosystem Map 

Don't See a particular agency? Feedback? email Jacquelyn Ballard

International Institute 

Assists foreign-born individuals in resettlement, business startup and community engagement. 

Immigrant Service Provider Network

Aims to support the foreign born and their families by coordinating efforts to increase the capacity of community resources, advocate for inclusive policy and services, and educate residents and providers in the St Louis region.

Casa de Salud

Delivers basic, high-quality clinical and mental health services for uninsured and underinsured patients, focusing on new immigrants and refugees.. 

Explore St. Louis 

Discover all the events and activities St. Louis has to offer with Explore St. Louis.

Parkway Area Adult Education and Literacy

Offers free English as a second language classes to adults throughout St. Louis County 
St. Louis Regional Chamber

Enhances the business climate and livability of St. Louis by promoting economic growth. 

St. Louis Transplants

Connects new St. Louisans to members of the community to foster a welcoming region.  

United Way of St. Louis Guide for Transplants  A guide compiled by United Way of St. Louis assisting transplants in navigating things from ways to meet people in the region to education, health, and more.
U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services  Find your local Field Office to schedule an appointment. 

Washington University in St. Louis 

Information on Washington University, life in St. Louis, grocery stores, restaurants, and more. 

 St. Francis Communities Services

The Southside Center support and strengthens immigrant families from throughout the region, while also addressing need in the diver Bevo neighborhood