The demographics below are taken from pages 9-12 of St. Louis Center 2023 Annual Report.
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Resident Demographics

St. Louis Center serves a diverse range of people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. These charts give a small snapshot of who they are.

Food and Fun All Year

Providing meals and leisure activities for over 50 people is a major challenge. For the Center’s staff, it is a labor of love.

Special Events – Not only does the kitchen prepare meals for special diets daily, but there are also on-campus events for which the kitchen provides meals. For example, 400 meals were served at Trunk or Treat.

Value of Volunteers

Volunteers play an integral role in the success of the Center. Opportunities for volunteers include event planning, resident activities, and facility upkeep just to name a few.

“Giving my time to St. Louis Center is just as valuable to me as it is to the Center. Spending time with the residents has truly enriched my life!” – A Volunteer

Staff Demographics

St. Louis Center staff members are hard working, dedicated individuals with talents beyond the scope of their job descriptions.

Employment at the Center means more than just having a job. Aside from the usual benefits of full-time work, Center employees find that they become members of a large family. Staff members are committed to the core mission of serving the well-being of each resident who calls the Center home.

Did you know? St. Louis Center staff travels from 25 different surrounding communities to serve the residents.


This post is on pages 8 through 13 of St. Louis Center’s 2023 Annual Report.

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