Our office is now open for regular business hours: Monday-Friday, 8 a.m. - 12 p.m. (closed for lunch) and 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. We are closed for all Missouri State holidays.
PLEASE SEE BELOW FOR CURRENT INFORMATION ON COVID-19 AS WELL AS STATE AND LOCAL RESOURCES PERTAINING TO THE PANDEMIC.
St. Francois County Community Partnership's mission is to build, nurture, and strengthen families, insuring that every person has the opportunity to become a healthy, productive, and contributing member of the community.
Healthy Children and Families
Children and Families Safe in Homes and Communities
Children Prepared to Enter School
Children and Youth Succeeding in School
Youth Ready to Enter Adulthood
COVID-19 / Corona Virus Information:
24 Hour Hotline: 877-435-8411
Cases in the Unites States of America:
Global map of the outbreak with case count information:
WHO Global Situation Report (updated daily)
Missouri Coronavirus GIS Hub:
COVID-19 FOOD STAMP INFORMATION:
April 27, 2020
Are you struggling to pay for food?
Learn more about Food Stamp (SNAP) benefits.
COVID-19 has brought a lot of hardship and uncertainty for many families. If you’re struggling to pay for food, we may be able to help. Learn more about food stamp benefits.
Are you trying to apply for Food Stamp (SNAP) benefits?
Here is how you can apply:
IMPORTANT: You can’t apply for food stamp benefits over the phone.
Have you recently applied for food stamp (SNAP) benefits?
Here’s what you should know:
It can take up to 30 days to process your application
You do not have to do a phone interview at this time
You will get a letter in the mail that lets you know if you are approved or not
If you need immediate help, you can search our Missouri Services Navigator. This tool can help Missourians find essential services, like food pantries, school meal programs for students, diaper banks, and more.
You can also call 211 or visit 211.org to find local services and food resources available to you.
Do you know about P-SNAP?
Anyone who already gets food stamp benefits will automatically get Pandemic Food Stamp/Supplemental Nutritional Assistance Program (P-SNAP), which means they will receive the maximum benefit amount for their household.
You do not need to do anything to get P-SNAP. This benefit will be loaded to your EBT card automatically.
Your benefit will be the maximum amount depending on your household size. To see the maximum amount for your household, please refer to our food stamp benefits chart.
IMPORTANT: if you already receive the maximum benefit for your household size, you will not receive an additional allotment.
If you have more questions about food stamp (SNAP) benefits, visit mydss.mo.gov or check out our FAQs for even more details.
Empower Missourians to live safe, healthy, and productive lives.
FREE WEBINAR -- CORONA VIRUS BUSINESS RELIEF,
UNDERSTANDING YOUR OPTIONS:
Remember to fill out your census information:
Family Health Expo:
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Family Health Expo has been canceled for 2020. Thank you for your understanding.
Season of Hope
Since 1999 St. Francois County Community Partnership has coordinated a county-wide effort to provide all the children of St. Francois County with a joyous holiday season. Last year 1,554 children in St. Francois County were given a much brighter season because of the donations and efforts from this community. Over the years it has been an incredible journey as friends and neighbors from every community have worked together to serve low-income families. Many people have given generously to provide children with warm clothing, toys and gifts. More importantly, this spirit of giving has provided HOPE. Hope that tomorrow will be better. Hope that our children’s lives will be rich and rewarding. We invite you to join with us in support of “Season of Hope.”
Click here to see a list of our sponsors and donors for Season of Hope 2019.
The 2019-2020 edition of the St. Francois County Community Resource Guide is now available online. Click HERE to download the guide.