We hope and pray that you are staying well and safe while Covid-19 impacts our community. 

  • In order to care for the health of our staff and the community we serve, please note the following changes:

  • CJM will be closed to the public until at least April 1st, at which time management will reassess. Please call case managers directly or email info@cjmstlouis.org with questions or concerns.

  • Please note all group meetings including: MRT, Let's Start, Peer Support, Healthy Relationships, and ALL STAFF staff meetings have been suspended until further notice. 

"CJM became the foundation that I needed to navigate the world that I no longer knew. Unlike so many other transitional programs, CJM is the whole package for reentry. CJM did not just provide the financial assistance I needed for clothing, food, transportation, and housing. They also provided emotional support and encouragement that I had lost when I lost my father. CJM became the family I no longer had." -David Nonemaker

If you are returning from a period of incarceration, make an appointment with FIRST Services today to receive assistance

(P.O. Referral Required)

The next Anger Management class begins on March 5, 2020

We hope you will
join us for our annual dinner!

Come help us celebrate 40 years serving the justice-involved community and the criminal justice reform efforts of our honorees.

All of the evening's donations help CJM to continue its mission "To Serve, Not Judge."

To purchase tickets and tables,

click the link below:

 The date may change. Stay tuned...

CJM is supported by: 

“This activity is financed in part through an allocation of Community Development Block Grant funds from the Department of Housing and Urban Development and the City of St. Louis’ Community Development Administration.”  





(314) 652-8062

1104 S. Jefferson Ave
St. Louis MO 63104

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