We wouldn’t have been able to accomplish so much over the years without the help and support of our partners. We’re proud to collaborate with the following group of strong and inspirational organizations to move our mission forward and support seniors and youth in the St. Louis community.

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United Way of Greater St. Louis Partnership

The United Way of Greater St. Louis supports our organization and work as a provider of safety net services to both youth and seniors.

Youth Partnerships

It takes a village to bring our after school and summer programs to life. Check out the organizations that enrich program experiences for our kids.

ARCHS and After School for All Program (ASAP)

We partnered with the St. Louis Mental Health Board, ARCHS, to develop and expand a comprehensive after school program for the students at Peabody Elementary School in St. Louis.

The Peabody After School Program is a member of the After School for All Partnership (ASAP). ASAP is the largest coordinated after school system in St. Louis, providing free, high-quality after school activities for underserved children in grades K-5. ARCHS manages and funds the After School for All Partnership in St. Louis.

Peabody Elementary School

We’ve worked with Peabody Elementary School since 2006 to offer an after school enrichment program for elementary school students from 3 pm to 6 pm each school day. The program takes place at the school and relies on its facilities and supplies.

Operation Food Search

Operation Food Search visits our youth programs to teach healthy life skills, good nutritional habits, and easy ways to prepare healthy food.

Mad Science of St. Louis

Our kids love it when Mad Science of St. Louis comes to visit. They visit our after school program and summer camp once a week to provide fun, age-appropriate STEM activities for students.

Senior Partnerships

Over the years, our partnerships with organizations throughout St. Louis have allowed us to expand and enhance our programs for seniors. Learn more about each partnership supporting our elder neighbors.

St. Louis University School of Medicine

Through our partnership with St. Louis University School of Medicine, we were able to roll out our Fall Prevention program. Medical students visit seniors in their homes to review their list of prescriptions for combinations that may increase the risk of falls. The students also frequently assist with health and wellness activities at the Center.

St. Louis Area Agency on Aging

The Northside Youth and Senior Service Center is proud to be part of the network of senior service providers supported by the St. Louis Area Agency on Aging (SLAAA).