ST. LOUIS CENTER
A caring residential community for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities
St. Louis Center – 60 Years Strong!
Founded in 1960, St. Louis Center is a private, non-profit 501(c)(3) residential community in Chelsea, MI for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD). Our programs are licensed by the State of Michigan and the agency is accredited by CARF, the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities. Learn more about our history and mission.
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DAY TO DAY SUPPORT
St. Louis Center is facing decreased funding and increased costs during the coronavirus epidemic.
Your gift of any amount is always appreciated!
Did you know that a single day of benevolent care costs $267 per resident? Benevolent care includes residents’ food, shelter, utilities, transportation, and clothing, as well as the staff who provide loving care and activities.
Make a difference in the life of a resident when you click here and select “Provide one day of Benevolent Care for a Resident”.
Help provide support over time with a recurrent donation, matching fund, or planned gift.
We’re all excited to resume in-person ways to benefit the lives of SLC residents.
St. Louis Center provides an opportunity to interact with and get to know community members who are intellectually / developmentally disabled. Those who do quickly learn that labels are not people, and the people who call St. Louis Center home are extraordinary in many ways.
Start by telling us a bit more about what you would like to do and how much time you would like to commit here. Please be sure to let us know if you wish to volunteer as a group or have special interests.
Contact Us Directly
For questions about any St. Louis Center needs, please contact us at:
Phone: (734) 475-8430
Find out how St. Louis Center is changing lives.
2020 will be a year we will remember for a long time because of the challenges we had to face, but nevertheless, it has still been a year of graces.
~Fr. Enzo Addari, SdC, CEO