Sleep Out Featured in Town & Style Magazine

CHMO’s Sleep Out: Executive Edition was the cover story of Town & Style┬ámagazine’s Oct. 28 issue. The cover featured Tim Wentworth, President, Express Scripts, and his wife Robin, as well as CHMO youth Patience and recent CHMO graduate Caleb.

The article highlights the crucial work of CHMO as we empower youth to design their own paths to independence. It touches on innovative shifts in residential and education services, and focuses on providing young people with a positive future.

Read the full article to learn more our innovative approaches.


CHMO Sleep Out: Executive Edition

One Night. One Lasting Impact.

On November 19, 2015, St. Louis’ most prominent leaders, including event co-chairs Robin and Tim Wentworth (President, Express Scripts), will join together with others throughout the country and sleep outside in solidarity and support of youth who are homeless and disconnected during Covenant House Missouri’s fourth annual
Sleep Out: Executive Edition

Tim & Robin Wentworth, co-chairs of CHMO's Sleep Out: Executive Edition.

Tim & Robin Wentworth, co-chairs of CHMO’s Sleep Out: Executive Edition

We are grateful to our Guardian Sponsor, Express Scripts

Express Scripts


Stan Musial Gala

Reach for the Stars

Join co-chairs Cheryl and Jon Neinas for an elegant evening to in support of Covenant House Missouri. The Stan Musial Reach for the Stars Gala includes dinner, music and auction.

For more information, please contact Tamara Nicholson, manager of events and volunteers.

Jon & Cheryl Neinas, co-chairs of the Stan Musial Reach for the Stars Gala

Jon & Cheryl Neinas, co-chairs of the Stan Musial Reach for the Stars Gala

Summer of Success

J made his summer successful by participating in CHMO's Garden Rangers program.

J. came to CHMO in July, looking for a job. “My summer started off badly,” he says. “I wanted to find a job to stay out of trouble.” J. applied and was hired into CHMO’s Garden Rangers program, a job training program that offers education and employment.

For eight weeks, J. started his day at 6 a.m. to catch the first of three buses on his way to CHMO. After completing the seven-day employment skills workshop, J. and other Garden Rangers traveled to the Shaw and Kingsway West neighborhoods to pick up trash and clean streets.

It was hot. It was dirty. It was smelly.
And he came every day.
With a smile. With a positive attitude. With hope.

“I know I’m a different person from coming here,” he says. “For the first time in a long time my mom is smiling, and that makes me smile.”

J. participated in an extension of the Garden Rangers program. Thanks to a grant from the City of St. Louis Department of Public Safety, CHMO employed an additional 50 youth from the community.