Manlin Development Group 6 Tuscany Trace Dr, Saint Charles, MO63303 Manlin Development Group is a housing development company that specializes in luxury living spaces with upscale floor…More plans and homes.
The Reeves Group 820 S 5th St, Saint Charles, MO63301 The Reeves Group provides insurance for businesses and individuals throughout the St. Louis area. This company…More offers a variety of products, including individual and group health insurance, life insurance, long-term care, home and auto insurance.
The Therrien Group 1420 S Main St, Saint Charles, MO63303 The Therrien Group specializes in design and building. It offers customized homes, mill work, remodeling, renovation,…More additions, interior remodeling, exterior remodeling and building. The Therrien Group consists of Todd Therrien, Greg Mayer, Tina Philipps and Kindra Therrien.
American Modern Insurance Group, Inc. 28 Portwest Ct, Saint Charles, MO63303 This location is a service center for American Modern Insurance Group. Its agents provide information on insurance…More for your home, property or vehicle and sells property and casualty policies. It will also provide specialty insurance, which could include commercial insurance.
Paul Funeral Home is located on Kingshighway Street next to Band Box Cleaners and has been a staple in the St.…More Charles community for 57 years. The home has multiple viewing rooms, a room specifically for children to go and play, a dining room and a special room set aside for people who need time away from the pain of the situation.
They offer cremation services, memorial services, and visitations, and are willing to do graveside services. There is also a Tuesday morning grief support group meeting helping people cope with losing a loved one.
Five Acres Animal Shelter (formerly the St. Charles Humane Society) is a no-kill shelter that accepts and adopts dogs…More and cats. Animals available for adoption can be viewed during normal business hours. An appointment is necessary to surrender a cat or dog. The shelter finds homes for over 500 animals each year. The Shelter offers presentations for the community about animals and animal topics free of charge. Boy and girl scout groups and school groups are also welcome to take shelter tours. Call for more details.
The shelter also has a gift shop on site that sells toys, treats and other pet products.
Autumn Leaves of St. Charles 10 N Peck Rd, St Charles, IL60175 Autumn Leaves of St. Charles is an assisted living facility for patients suffering from dementia and Alzheimer's…More disease. It provides residents with full-time care in a home-like environment. In addition to specialized memory care, Autumn Leaves also provides housekeeping, laundry services, weight loss and gain monitoring, home cooked meals, emergency call systems in all rooms, hygiene assistance, 24 security, enrichment programs, family incorporated activities, field trips and activities and more. The facility features private intimate dinning rooms for family dinners with visitors. Autumn Leaves also provides support groups, guidance for caregivers and 24 hour visitor access.
Step By Step Counseling 1550 Wall St, Saint Charles, MO63303 Located in St. Charles, Step By Step Counseling offers individual and group counseling services for children,…More adolescents, families and adults. This practice is home to a Registered Play therapist, a specialized divorce counselor and a graduate counseling intern, who provides low cost counseling services. Distance counselors are available through Skype or e-mail. Step By Step Counseling also offers eight- to 12-week educational classes, student counseling, workshops and more. Please call or visit the website for more information or to schedule an appointment.
Membership in the American Legion Post 312 is open to veterans who served during wartime or people who are currently…More serving active duty.
The American Legion Post 312 also has a Squadron of the Sons of the American Legion, which is open to descendants of wartime veterans. The Auxiliary unit is for wives, mothers, daughters, sisters and grandmothers of legion members or deceased veterans.
The Post donates American flags, hosts bingo events at the veterans' home, visits nursing homes, and donates money to civic and charitable groups. It was first incorporated in 1919 and, in the 1970s, the legion moved to its current location.