Casa de Salud is the premier healthcare resource for the foreign born community of metropolitan St. Louis, and part of the infrastructure that welcomes people of all origins to our region. We believe that a diverse and inclusive community is the bedrock of a vibrant and prosperous region, and that when we provide access to quality healthcare with integrity, compassion, respect, we help create a dynamic and culturally rich community from which everyone benefits.
Casa is a proud member of the St. Louis New American Alliance, a collaboration between five regional organizations that are working together to jointly welcome and serve foreign born individuals who live and work in the greater St. Louis area. Learn about our Alliance here. Also, please visit the new eco-system map of resources for new Americans created by the Alliance in association with the Clark-Fox Family Foundatiom.
Friends of Casa will hold its second annual Trivia Night on Saturday, August 26, at the Allied Health Building on the medical campus of Saint Louis University. The theme will be “Eclipse,” in celebration of the total solar eclipse that will take place on August 21, the first one visible in St. Louis since the year 1442.
Tables are $240 for eight people, which includes snacks, beer, and wine. Or, buy a VIP experience for $300, which additionally admits you to a pre-trivia presentation by staff from the Saint Louis Science Center about the eclipse. Buy before August 15th and we will send you Science Center eclipse-watching glasses!
Information and ticket purchase at firstname.lastname@example.org, or 314-977-1200.
We are very grateful to the Centene Charitable Foundation for awarding Casa a generous grant in support of general operations.