Support our immigrant and refugee community

When you give to Casa de Salud, your gift helps provide high quality health care at an affordable cost to immigrants and refugees in St. Louis and its metro area. Casa is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization in the state of Missouri. We do not receive ongoing funding from federal, state, or local governments. Your contribution to Casa is tax deductible.

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Patient quote

Before I came here my issues were so crippling that I did not want to do anything. Now I'm at the point where I can do the things I need to do for myself and my family.

Juan,* Mental Health Collaborative Patient

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*Name has been changed

Use Casa's secure online form

Donate by phone or mail

Call Casa or send a check

See IRS
form 990

See a recent IRS form 990

Donate to Casa de Salud's mission

Every gift makes a difference to the health of individuals, families, and the community as a whole.

Choose how you want to donate:

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Donate online

Go to our secure online form 

Donate by phone
Call Lori Lamprich, Casa's Development Coordinator at 314-977-1274

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Donate by mail
Send a check payable to
Casa de Salud to:

Casa de Salud, Attn: Development Coordinator

3200 Chouteau Avenue, St. Louis, MO 63103

If you have questions or want to learn more about donating to Casa de Salud, call us at 314-977-1250 or send us a message.

 
 
 
 
 

Your gift makes a difference

Individual and corporate gifts contribute directly to Casa’s mission to help those in need overcome the barriers to health care, such as:

Being uninsured or under-insured

Patients get health care at Casa’s clinic for a flat fee of $35 per appointment, no insurance needed. Our generous donors and team of volunteers – including licensed health care providers who donate their time – make this possible.

Not being able to take time off from work

Casa’s clinic is open 7 days a week to fit difficult work schedules

Communicating with health care providers in English

Casa provides interpreters for any patient who needs one

Finding their way through the complex U.S. health system

Our GUIA program assigns a guide (case manager) to patients. Our GUIA navigators help patients schedule appointments, get transportation, get referrals to specialty doctors, find financial help if needed, and more.

Thank you to our donors!

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