St. Louis Latino Resource List

Latino Resources in St. Louis
Airlines/Transportation
American Airlines
United Airlines/
Continental Airlines
Delta
Lambert St. Louis
International Airport
(STL)
Amtrak
Greyhound Lines
Metrolink Transit
Information Line
1-800-222-2377
www.aa.com
www.united.com
1-404-773-0305
10701 Lambert International
Blvd
314-426-8000
430 South 15th Street
St. Louis Gateway Station
St. Louis, MO 63103
430 South 15th Street St.
Louis, MO 63103
314-231-4485
Transit Information Line
314-231-2345
314-982-1406
www.delta.com
www.flystl.com
8390 Delmar, Ste 210
Saint Louis, MO 63124
3200 Chouteau Avenue
St. Louis, MO 63103
314-762-1250
5880 Christy Blvd.
St. Louis, MO 63116
314-773-6100 Spanish Line
3738 Chouteau Avenue
Saint Louis, MO 63110
314-772-8801
201 S. Skinker Boulevard
St. Louis, Missouri 63105
314-640-7437
225 S. Meramec, Ste 203
Clayton Ave, MO 63105
314-445-5678
www.bilingualstl.org
www.amtrak.com
Amtrak operates a nationwide rail network, serving more
than 500 destinations in 46 states
www.greyhound.com/
The largest provider of intercity bus transportation, serving
more than 2,300 destinations with 13,000 daily departures
across North America
www.metrostlouis.org
Counseling/Therapy
BIAS
Casa de Salud
Catholic Charities
Southside
Community
Alternatives
April McGhee
Kate Early
Counseling
Kate Early
Multicultural
Counseling &
Research Center
Michael Orihuela
LCSW
Richard Rash
http://casadesaludstl.org
/
Provides mental health services to uninsured and under
insured people.
www.ccstl.org/services/
immigration-andrefugee
www.placesforpeople.
org
www.kateearlycounseli
ng.com/
[email protected]
www.mcrcstl.org
Counseling organization serving adolescents and adults.
Provides comprehensive multicultural counseling services.
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Cultural institutions
Bolivian Society of
St. Louis
8001 Delmar Blvd., St.
Louis, MO 63130
314)721-5249
boliviansocietystl
@gmail.com
www.bolivianisima.co
m
En la primavera de 1965, un grupo de entusiastas bolivianos se
reunieron con el fin de estructurar las bases sobre las que
deberían desarrollarse las actividades de la organización, cuyos
fines fueron definidos así:
 Mantener la unidad fraternal de los residentes de origen
Boliviano en la cuidad de St. Louis
 Promover y llevar a cabo actividades sociales, culturales,
religiosas, y deportivas
 Establecer intercambio cultural con otras organizaciones,
con el objetivo de hacer conocer los valores históricos,
culturales y folklóricos de la nación Boliviana, así come de
la sociedad.
The Puerto Rican
Society, Inc
P.O. Box 6351
Chesterfield, MO 63006
[email protected]
m
www.sprstlouis.com/
Organization whose objectives include: supporting education
scholarships for Latino students in St. Louis, promoting the
awareness of the Puerto Rican culture and traditions, ensuring
self-improvement, providing social activities for its members
and their guests, sponsoring and supporting events that will
benefit the Puerto Rican community, and strengthening mutual
understanding throughout the local community.
3410 Charlack ave
St. Louis MO 63114, USA
[email protected]
uviansociety.org
La Sociedad
Puertorriqueña
PeruvianSociety
Una organización sin fines de lucro que fue fundada en 1984
por un grupo de peruanos residentes en esta ciudad. Participan
en ciertas actividades con otras sociedades sin fines de lucro
que tienen semejantes objetivos a los nuestros.
La Sociedad Peruana
de St. Louis
Sociedad Cultural
Mexicana de Saint
Louis.
Venezuelan
Association in
Missouri
P.O. Box 50221
St. Louis, MO 63105-5221
[email protected]
m
www.saintlouismexica
ns.com
non-profit organization dedicated to the cultural enhancement
of Mexican culture throughout the St.Louis region.
www.avmo.org
Formed to promote and encourage the education of youth and
adults through scholarships, to foster learning and fluent use of
the English language, exerting equal effort to foster the fluent
mastery of Spanish, to promote and share Venezuelan culture
and to strive for a closer social and moral understanding
between Venezuelans and U.S. citizens, and other countries, to
further the common good and general welfare of the
Venezuelan people in Missouri and lastly to promote and
encourage collaboration between organizations with similar
aims and purposes in our community.
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Education (including ESL –English Language classes)
Adult Education et
Literacy Program- St.
Louis Public Schools
Ronda Jones
Administrator
5078 Kensington Ave.,
St. Louis, MO, 63108
314-367-5000
[email protected]
ps.org
www.slps.org/depart
ments/services
Provides funding for adult ESL classes in the City of St.
Louis.
Adult Education et
Literacy Program of
University City
International Institute
ESL Classes
International Institute
Immigrant & Refugee
Women’s program
Clarence Ware
Coordinator
8136 Groby
St. Louis, MO, 63130
314-290-4052
3654 South Grand Blvd.
Saint Louis, MO, 63118
314-773-9090, ext. 107
3672B Arsenal Street
St. Louis, MO 63116
314- 771-1104
225 South Meramec Ave
Suite 203
Clayton, MO 63105
[email protected]
www.ucityaelprogram
.info/
Offers free ESL classes. GED prep also offered.
[email protected]
www.iistl.org/english
class.html
[email protected]
t
www.irwp.net
Teaches immigrant women basic English and practical living
skills in the security of their own homes.
[email protected]
tl.org
www.mcrcstl.org
Affordable private one-on-one ESL, English Conversation,
and Citizenship Classes. FREE Friday English conversation
support group for high intermediate and advanced students.
13157 N. Olive Spur Rd
Creve Coeur, MO, 63141
Phone: 314-415-4940
Fax: 314-415-4938
Carpenter
3309 South Grand Blvd
St. Louis, MO, 63118
314-772-6586
[email protected]
om
www.pkwy.k12.mo.us
/adulted/
Offers free ESL opportunities for adults in 37 classes
consisting of a six-level program at its main center, off-site
classes in churches and schools in seven school districts and
classes in several workplace locations.
Schlafly
225 N. Euclid Ave
St. Louis,
MO, 63108
314-367-4120
[email protected]
slps.org
www.slpl.org/events/
calendar.asp?selected
Event=0&selectedBra
nch=0
Multicultural
Counseling and
Research Center
Anita Barker
Pat Joshu
Michael Orihuela
Parkway Adult
Education ESL
Classes
Sally Sandy
Program Director
St. Louis Public
Library Free Drop-in
ESL Classes
Available at
Schlafly and
Carpenter
Branches
St. Louis Public
Schools, ESOL/
Bilingual Program
Nahed Chapman
Facilitator
St. Louis Community
College
Several Locations
St. Louis University
ESL Program
English Language
Services at University
of Missouri
Dr. Diana Pascoe
1615 Hampton Ave.
St. Louis, MO, 63135
314-776-1686
Forest Park Campus
314-644-9638
Meramec Campus
314-984-7549
314- 977-3210
One University Blvd
St. Louis, MO 63121
314- 516-4621
www.slps.org/196210
51994624537/site/de
fault.asp
Provides effective and age-appropriate English language
instruction, and supports English Language Learners to
achieve in all content areas, grades K-12. Also provides
parent education and social work support.
www.stlcc.edu/Progra
ms/ESL/
[email protected]
www.slu.edu/x39204.x
ml
www.els.edu/en/ELSC
enters/Detail?locid=S
TL
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Education (including ESL –English Language classes)
Washington
University
English Language
Program
Webster University
ESL program
Carolyn
Trachtova
314-935-5910
[email protected]
du
www.artsci.wustl.edu
/~esl
470 E. Lockwood Ave.
St Louis, MO, 63119
314-246-7757
[email protected]
bster.edu
www.webster.edu/4ik
kei/artsci/ILC/esl/esl
_program.html
Courses are designed for individuals who have already
achieved a high-intermediate to advanced level of
proficiency in English & wish to polish their English
language skills for academic or professional communication
Latin Dancing
Atomic Cowboy
4140 Manchester, STL MO
63110
314.775-0775
www.atomiccowboystl.
com
Club VIva
408 N Euclid Ave
St Louis, MO 63108
314-361-0322
[email protected]
om
http://clubvivastl.com/
web/
Dantes (formerly
Club Seven)
3221 Olive Boulevard
St. Louis
doremi_production
[email protected]
www.dantesstl.com/
Club La Onda
4920 Northrup Ave
St Louis, MO 63110
314-772-0877
Sundays 6:30 - 11:30 p.m.
St. Louis's only regular smoke-free salsa venue, with drop-in
salsa lesson 6:30 - 7:30 p.m., and dancing 7:30 - 11:30 p.m.
to DJ KClave spinning a heavy salsa mix with more mambo,
timba and salsa dura than you shake a clave at, with dashes
of merengue, bachata and cha-cha-cha.
Thursday's - Salsa, Merengue and Bachata lessons at 8:30
p.m., Salsa from 9:30 to 10:30 p.m., Latin mix (includes
about 1/3 salsa) 10:30 to closing.
Saturdays - Same as Thursdays, sometimes live bands.
Salsa, Merengue, Cha-Cha-Chá, and sometimes live bands.
Every Friday 9 p.m. to 3 a.m.
Ladies free before 10 p.m, Lesson 9 to 10 p.m.
Latino Grocery Stores
Bodega Mexicana
Carniceria Latino
Americana
Durango Grocery
Store
El Capral Mexican
Grocery Store
6060 Manchester Avenue
St. Louis
314-646-7881
2800 Cherokee Street
St. Louis
314-773-1707
10232 Page Ave.
St. Louis
314-426-2088
2817 Cherokee St
Saint Louis, MO 63118
314-423-0503
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Latino Grocery Stores
El Torito
Global Foods Market
Jalisco Mexican
Market
La Morena Mexican
Grocery Store
La Placita
Lara Market 3
LaTropicana Market
& Cafe
El Tepeyac Mexican
Grocery Store
2753 Cherokee Street
St. Louis
314-771-8648
421 North Kirkwood Rd
Saint Louis, MO, 63122
314-835-1112
10086 Page Avenue
St. Louis
314-890-9898
14234 Manchester Rd
Ballwin, MO 63021
636-527-8682
7509 N Lindbergh Blvd
Hazelwood, MO 63042
314-839-9390
1926 McKelvey Road
Maryland Heights
314-576-0960
5001 Lindenwood Avenue
St. Louis
314-353-7328
12277 Natural Bridge Road
Bridgeton
314-344-9905
www.eltorito.com/
www.globalfoodsmarke
t.com
www.latropicana.com/
News Sources (Online)
Red Latina
Latin Network
Ahora St. Louis
www.redlatinastl.com/
314) 552-2900.
Red Latina es el periódico de mayor circulación y frecuencia
en el área metropolitana de St. Louis y sus alrededores en
Illinois con 15,000 copias que se distribuyen en forma
gratuita cada 2 semanas.
This weekly television news program is broadcast in Spanish
with English subtitles on CITY TV 10 cable channel on
Mondays at 11:30 a.m., Wednesdays at 9 a.m., Thursdays at
11 a.m., Fridays at 8 p.m., and Saturdays and Sundays at
8:30 p.m. The program highlights topics related to the
Hispanic community of St. Louis.
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News Sources (Online)
Alma Latina / Latin
Soul
Radio
Enterate
314) 664-3955.
314) 621-4444 or
[email protected]
om.
Latin Hemispheres
Radio KDHX
88.1FM
http://kdhx.org/play/rad
io-shows/latinhemispheres
Radio Cucui
2740 Hampton Ave.
St. Louis, MO 63139
314-781-8545
[email protected]
om
www.wewradio.com
This bilingual radio program is broadcast every Saturday
from 2-4 p.m. on KDHX 88.1 FM, St. Louis Community
Radio. It highlights a wide selection of Caribbean, Pop,
Contemporary and Folk Latin music and offers a calendar of
cultural activities, entertainment, and events related to the
Hispanic community in St. Louis.
This Spanish-language interview/talk show is broadcast on
Sundays once a month at 6 a.m. on KMOV Channel 4. The
program interviews local, state, and national Hispanic
leaders and covers topics pertinent to the Hispanic
community in St. Louis.
Latin music, including contemporary dance and club beats,
rock & roll, some traditional rhythms, jazz, tropical tunes,
hip hop, roots music, romantic songs and even pop. Sun. /
1am-3am /
This Spanish-language radio program is broadcast daily from
6 - 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. to signoff on WEW 770 AM.
Religious Institutions
Catholic Church in
St. Louis
Holy Trinity Parrish
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La Iglesia Adventista
del Séptimo Día
Pastor: Tony La
Porte
Iglesia Metodista La
Conexion
Pastor: Jose
Chacon
Iglesia Pentecostal
Apostolica
Immaculate
Concepcion Parrish
3500 St. Luke Lane
St. Ann, MO 63074
314-733-1463
Southwest Baptist Church
6401 Scanlan Avenue
St. Louis, MO 63139
6701 Virginia Ave.
St Louis MO 63111
314- 922-0040
901 Barracksview
St. Louis, MO 63125
314-956-2037
314- 894-8130
2300 Church Road
Arnold, MO 63010
636-321-0002
https://sites.google.co
m/a/htrinity.com/htri
nity/
[email protected]
com
http://connectingnow.or
g/ministries/laconexion-iglesiametodista
Mass in Spanish, Sunday 12pm
Una iglesia Cristiana Adventista del Séptimo Día, en la
ciudad de St. Louis, Missouri. Hora de servicio: Escuela
Sabática: 9:30 am, Culto Divino: 11:00 am
Sunday Service from 1-2pm
Estudio Biblico Martes de 7:00 - 8:00 p.m.
http://apostolicpentecos
tal.org/
Servicios los Domingos
2pm esculea dominical
3pm culto de adoracion
www.icarnold.org/
Mass in Spanish, Sunday 1:30pm
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Religious Institutions
Our Lady of
Guadalupe Parrish
St. Cecilia Parrish
St. Joseph’s Parrish
1115 So. Florissant Road
Ferguson, MO 63121
314-522-9264
5418 Louisiana Avenue
St. Louis, MO 63111
314-351-1318
567 St. Joseph Lane
Manchester, MO 63021
636-227-5247
www.olgstl.org/
Mass in Spanish Sunday 9am and 12pm
www.stceciliaparishstl.
org/
Mass in Spanish Sunday 10:30am and 12 pm
www.stjoemanchester.o
rg/
Mass in Spanish Sunday 7pm
5880 Christy Blvd.
St. Louis, MO 63116
314-773-6100 Spanish Line
3200 Chouteau Avenue
St. Louis, MO 63103
314-762-1250
www.ccstl.org/services/
immigration-andrefugee
http://casadesaludstl.org
/
Provides a wide range of social services for people who have
need.
www.gracehill.org
Provides health services to uninsured families and is
dedicated to fostering community development within the St.
Louis area.
The International Institute helps refugees and immigrants to
independence by teaching English, finding
jobs, and providing adjustment services to overcome
language and cultural barriers.
LAMP decreases the language and cultural barriers for
immigrants and refugees seeking healthcare and
support services in the St. Louis Metropolitan Area by
directly involving bilingual people in health and
social service systems.
Service Providers
Catholic Charities
Casa de Salud
Grace Hill
International Institute
in St. Louis
3654 S. Grand Boulevard,
St. Louis, MO 63118
314- 773-9090.
www.intlinst.org
Language Access
Metro Project of St.
Louis
2647 Ohio Avenue, St.
Louis, MO 63118
314 865-5267
[email protected].misso
uri.org.
http://stlouis.missouri.o
rg/lamp
Focuses on providing basic health services to uninsured and
under insured people.
Other Services
American Red Cross
International Services
Michael
Braeuninger
10195 Corporate Square
St. Louis, MO, 63132
314-516-2821
[email protected]
rossstl.org
www.redcrossstl.org
Assists St. Louisans in locating missing loved ones,
exchanging family messages and inquiring about the safety
of family members in affected areas around the world.
Anti-Defamation
League, Missouri/
Southern Illinois
Karen Aroesty
Regional
Director
34 North Brentwood Blvd.,
Suite 2
St. Louis, Mom 63105
314-721-1270
[email protected]
www.adl.org
Provides training to recognize bias and the harm it inflicts on
individual and society; explore the value of diversity and
improves intergroup relations; combats racism, antiSemitism and all forms of prejudice and bigotry.
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Other Services
Arts and Treasures of
Latin America
P.O. Box 775097. Saint
Louis, MO 63177
314-629-7740
1854 Russell Boulevard,
Saint 1854 Russell
Boulevard, Saint
LouisLouis, MO 63104
314-772-2787
Belas Artes
Multicultural Center
and Art Gallery
Hispanic Arts
Counsel of St. Louis
Hispanic Chamber of
Commerce of
Metropolitan St.
Louis
Legal Services of
Eastern Missouri,
Immigration Law
Project
Professional Latino
Action Network
(PLAN)
Kim Murray
Attorney,
Immigration
Project
Ritmo Latino
3611 South Grand Blvd.
Suite 105
St. Louis, MO 63118
314-664-4432
4232 Forest Park Ave.
St. Louis, MO, 63108
314-534-4200 ext. 1306
800-444-0514
Sister Maria Fest
3415 Bridgeland Dr.
Bridgeton, MO, 63044
314-209-9181
412-635-5411
St. Pius V Catholic
Church: Immigrant/
Refugee Support
Program
Sr. Paulette
Weindel
Coordinator
Refugee Support
Program
3310 S. Grand Blvd.
St. Louis, MO, 63118
Phone: 314-772-1525
Fax: 314-772-5615
Organization that promotes the arts and the cultural heritage
of the Latin American countries.
www.belasartes-stl.org
Organization with the objective of educating the community
on cultural pluralism. Showcase art in its many forms to
inspire participants to appreciate cultural diversity in their
local community and around the world.
http://hispanicartscounc
ilstl.webs.com/
Promote excellence of Hispanic culture through concerts,
arts exhibits and educational events showcasing local and
international well known artists and personalities.
Organization dedicated to Latino businesses in the St. Louis
area.
www.hccstl.com
[email protected]
www.lsem.org
Provides legal representation in immigration matters to
eligible low-income legal immigrants, refugees, and their
families living in Eastern Missouri.
[email protected]
tl.com
www.planstl.com/
PLAN meets monthly on the last Thursday of the month
from 8:30 a.m. - 10:30 a.m. Meet at various locations,
usually the place of employment of the attendee who hosts
the meeting.
Dedicated to the support and promotion of entertainment
events in the St. Louis community, but in particular to the
Latino community. RL hopes to serve as a catalyst in the
community's efforts to unite and share its diversity and
culture. RL aims to promote alliances and business
partnerships within the regions profit and non-profit
organizations, production companies, and other enterprises.
Provides temporary residence for asylees seeking political
asylum or legal residency in the US. Provides shelter, food,
access to legal and social services, health care connections,
literacy study, acculturation, local transportation, translation
assistance, and more.
3225 Olive St., St. Louis
MO 63103
314-723.6968
Sisters of Divine
Providence
www.atlastlouis.org
www.ritmolatinstl.com
[email protected]
m
www.divineprovidence
web.org
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Translation Services
International Institute
(translation and
interpretation service)
314-773-9090 ext. 152
www.iistl.org/trans_int
erpretations.html
Language Market
Place
1-888-294-3032
[email protected]
etplace.com
St. Louis legal
document translation
service
1-888-722-3515
[email protected]
ation.com
www.languagemarketpl
ace.com/53-st-louistranslationservices.html
www.wedolegaltranslation.com/USA/St-Louis-legaldocuments-translated-spanish-french-chinese-arabic-germanportuguese-japanese-russian-korean-italian-hindienglish.htm
Events
Fiesta in Florissant”
Every June
Greater St. Louis
Hispanic Festival”
held at the Knights of
Columbus Park in nearby
Florissant.
The two-day event features continuous music and
entertainment from Hispanic cultural groups, dancers,
bands and more. Other attractions include Hispanic arts and
crafts, a children’s pavilion, a variety of information
booths, and foods and beverages from Latin and South
America.
Attracts a diverse crowd to Soldiers Memorial in downtown
St. Louis each September. Activities at the free event
include live Latino bands, folkloric dancers, a children’s
pavilion, giveaways, information booths and authentic
Hispanic foods and arts and crafts.
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