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Megan Armentrout-Steward

Program & Volunteer Director

Megan holds a Masters in Social Work and is a social worker who strives to change the systems that drive inequality. She has worked in direct service with people experiencing homelessness and at the macro level developing coalitions to address issues such as food insecurity, housing, and racial equity. 


Darlene Mims-Simpkins


Darlene Mims-Simpkins, RN, QMHP, has now been living in the St. Louis area for 19 years. She is a wife, mother, and has been a nurse for 33 years. Some of her nursing experience includes Substance Abuse, Behavioral Health, (which she absolutely loves), and Infectious Disease (HIV). She has worked with the homeless for 15 years and behavioral health for 25 years.



Resident Support Specialist

Lindsey’s work has encompassed a variety of things – from working with people experiencing homelessness in case management and a day shelter to accompanying adults with developmental disabilities in daily activities to fighting for justice as a community organizer on housing and criminal justice campaigns, and most recently she worked as a chaplain (in training) in the emergency room. In each role, she has found that her vocation is rooted in affirming the goodness of each person, resisting oppression and its narratives, and accompanying folks on their journey to thrive. Lindsey holds a master’s degree in social justice. In her free time, she makes a mean cup of joe, loves to read, and write, and enjoys animals and being barefoot in the sunshine.

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