ST. LOUIS ( - The in-person rental assistance clinics meant to help St. Louisans who are behind on rent have helped 200 residents so far, Mayor Tishuara Jones said Friday.

The news comes the day after the Supreme Court struck down the CDC eviction moratorium, which the Biden administration renewed. It was initially scheduled to expire at the end of July before being extended to October. The decision was 6-3, with the court split along ideological lines. Friday, a Missouri Circuit Court Judge also ruled the city's eviction moratorium must end.

In-person clinics started August 11, and will continue through mid-September. Before August 11, help to St. Louis residents was only available online. The clinics are being held at the following locations.

Horizon Housing - 3001 Arsenal, St. Louis, MO 63118

  • Monday - Saturday: 9 am - noon
  • Wednesday & Thursday: 9 am - noon; evening clinics: 5:30 pm - 8 pm

Wohl Recreation Center - 1515 N Kingshighway Blvd, St. Louis, MO 63113

  • Monday - Saturday: 9 - noon
  • Wednesday & Thursday: 9 am - noon; evening clinics: 5:30 pm - 8 pm

Those asking for rental assistance need to bring a photo ID for the head of household, lease or documentation from their landlord, proof of St. Louis City residency and proof of financial hardship due to COVID-19. Tenants can self-attest in regard to income loss if documentation isn’t available.

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