Immigrant, Refugee, and Multilingual Services

Bilingual International Assistant Services

Our mission is to ensure equal access to healthcare, mental health, and social services for all, regardless of national origin or language ability, through the advocacy, education, and direct multilingual services that we provide. Bilingual Assistance Services offers a wide range of services to foreign-born and US-born seniors, children, and people with disabilities, including mental health services; mental health services for children of refugees; social services; peer health coaching, immigration and naturalization services; language services, education, advocacy, and enrollment; personal care, home care, and respite services.


Contact: 314-645-7800

Office Address: 1329 MacKlind Ave, Suite 200, Saint Louis, MO 63110

Office Hours: Mon-Fri 9:00am-5:00pm


Tags: Language Services  Mental Health Services

Casa de Salud

The mission of Casa de Salud is to facilitate and deliver high-quality clinical and mental healthcare to the uninsured, with a special focus on the immigrant community, who encounter barriers to accessing other forms of care. We do this by partnering with volunteer physicians and health & human service agencies throughout the region to foster health and hope so people can become productive participants in our community. Casa’s team of volunteer physicians and providers, supported by paid medical staff, provides on-site basic primary care seven days a week and for a flat fee of $25, treating acute problems and assisting patients with chronic disease management.


Contact: 314-977-1250

Office Address: 3200 Chouteau Avenue, St. Louis, MO 63103

Office Hours: Mon-Sat 8:30am-6:00pm, Sun 1:00pm-5:00pm


Tags: Language Services Mental Health Services

The International Institute

Services include Education, including English, citizenship and computer classes; Refugee Resettlement; and Employment and Training. Services include Immigration Assistance and those to Vulnerable Populations, including elderly refugees and victims of human trafficking. Services in this division are short-term, generally lasting no more than one year after program registration. Services are focused on the most recent and least settled of IISTL’s constituents: newly arrived refugees, undocumented foreign-born who have been trafficked, and, from among them, individuals with ongoing mental and physical health challenges.


Contact: 314-773-9090 |

Office Address: 3401 Arsenal St., Saint Louis, Missouri 63118

Office Hours: Mon-Wed 8:00am-8:30pm, Thurs 8:00am-6:00pm, Fri 8:00am-4:00pm

Notes: Call ahead to make an appointment.

Tags: Language Services Legal Advocacy

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