The reopening guidelines for the businesses listed below are now available online.
Additional guidelines for other businesses will be available in the near future, including updates to existing guidance already posted.
Unintended consequences of social distancing and isolation throughout the COVID-19 pandemic can include increased substance use, experimentation and even relapse for those in treatment and recovery. To help people find support facilities, the Drug Enforcement Administration St. Louis Division, along with community partners, has launched a website that pulls together resources for St. Louis Metro residents.
WithYouSTL.com is a community-based resource website that provides information on everything from substance use prevention, treatment providers, and free naloxone distribution locations, as well as where to find food pantries and other help.
St. Louis County Department of Public Health also offers assistance to those at risk by providing Naloxone, or Narcan, through the AnyoneCan initiative. This provides free Naloxone, or Narcan for anyone who requests it. Narcan is a simple medication that reverses the effects of an opioid overdose and available now. Additional information can be found here.
The Dignified Transfer Center is currently accommodating 2 decedents. 54 additional individuals have been through the center and transported to a crematorium or funeral home, at the request of family. To date, 56 individuals have entered the Dignified Transfer Center.