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Hola and welcome to Casa de Salud, a new path to health and wellness for immigrants in the St. Louis community.

Please click here to see upcoming activities, and our news page for up-to-date information on Casa.

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News at Casa

Join our Team! Casa is hiring a part-time bilingual Medical Assistant. Please click the job title for the position description and application details.

Helping Us Help Others

Our most recent support comes from Mallinckrodt Pharmaceuticals, which granted us $27,857 in support of our GUIA program.  This gift enables our advocacy team to continue accompanying patients to sources of care outside of Casa, a crucial component for obtaining treatment for serious and or chronic illnesses that only our collaborative partners can provide.

We are also thankful to Missouri Foundation for Health for its its $5,000 grant in support of our IT upgrade efforts, which will allow us to more efficiently complete our work.

In addition, the William T. Kemper Foundation (Commerce Bank, Trustee) has awarded Casa a $25,000 grant to cover the costs of consultants that Casa is using to create a more robust sustainability program. The Barnes-Jewish Hospital Foundation awarded Casa $50,000, while the Spirit of St. Louis Women’s Fund awarded Casa a $20,000 grant, both in support of our general operations.  And the Anheuser-Busch Foundation contributed $15,000 in support of our programs and services. We also thank the Lutheran Foundation of St. Louis which has granted Casa $69,000 to support our clinic staff and organization-wide evaluation efforts.

We are deeply grateful to all of the organizations and individuals who contributed to Casa in 2013.

You Can Help Too

DONATE! Join Casa in our “Everyone Can Plan.” We understand that many people cannot afford to give larger gifts, but we hope that many individuals can give a small amount, even pledged over a period of time. Your donation will ensure our ability to treat people who have no where else to turn, and as a result will improve the overall public health of the region.  If you are able to contribute $100 or more, we will send you a lapel pin with the Casa shield logo.  Please DONATE today!

 

VOLUNTEER! We need lots of talented people: doctors, nurses, students, bilingual speakers, and helping hearts. Contact our Volunteer Coordinator, Emily Anderson, at eanderson@casadesaludstl.org or at 314-977-1258 to learn more or to get an application.