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LOUIS MENTAL HEALTH A-TO-Z RESOURCES


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Active Minds
● A nonprofit organization that empowers students to speak openly about mental health
in order to educate others and encourage help-seeking.
● 67% of students tell a friend they are feeling suicidal before telling anyone else.
● Suicide is the second leading cause of death among college students.
● Services:
o Awareness and education programs
o Crisis information available on-line
● Contact Information:
o (202)332-9595
o http://activeminds.org/
ADAPT of Missouri
● Provides community support and psychosocial rehabilitation for adults living with
mental illness
● Contact information:
o 1-888-657-3201
Affinia Healthcare
● Children’s Developmental Center – provides a team of specialists to evaluate and treat
the medical, psychological, and social needs of children from infancy through beginning
high school, working with both parents and the school system to help manage
developmental, behavioral or emotional problems that may be affecting the child.
● Multidisciplinary Team:
o Psychologists
o Psychiatrists
o Clinical social workers
o Speech therapists
● Financial Information:
o http://affiniahealthcare.org/about/vision/
o Sliding fee scale to uninsured patients that is based on household income
o Proof of income is required
o Payments are due at time of service
o Health Insurance Market Place:
▪ Cigna Connect
▪ AmBetter Health
o Medicare

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o Medicare Advantage Plans
▪ CIGNA Medicare Access Plans
▪ Care Improvement Plus Dual Advantage PPO
▪ GHP Advantra
▪ Humana
▪ Sterling Life Insurance Company
▪ Wellcare Medicare Advantage Plan
o Medicare Railboard
o MO HealthNet
o Commercial Plans
● Contact Information:
o http://affiniahealthcare.org/
o 314-814-8700
Agape Christian Counseling Services
● Mission: improve the accessibility of mental health services
● Populations served: individuals, children, adolescents, couples, and families, group
therapy
● Children therapy problems addressed:
o Reactive attachment disorder
o Teen issues
o Autism and Asperger’s disorder
o Anxiety and Depression
o School problems
o Family issues
o Trauma
o Oppositional behavior
o ADHD
o Adoption-related issues
o Etc.
● Group therapies:
o Love & Logic Parenting Group
o Social Skills for kids with Autism
o Lego Group for Boys
o Friendship Group for Girls
o Groups for homeschoolers
o Groups for kids whose parents are going through divorce
o Parents of challenging children
o Parents of kids with RAD (reactive attachment disorder)
o Etc.

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● Financial Information:
o Accepts most insurance
o Offers sliding-fee for those with financial limitations
● Contact information:
o 314-994-9344
o http://www.agapechristiancounselingservices.org/agape-kids/
o Locations:
▪ Olivette
▪ South County
▪ Lake St. Louis
▪ St. Charles
▪ West County
▪ Hazelwood/North County
▪ Hillsboro
▪ Granite City, IL
▪ Columbia, IL
Alternative Behavioral Care
● Comprehensive mental health services
● Staff has years of experience with substance abuse and mental health counseling
● Services:
o Child mental health program
o Adolescent mental health program
o Adolescent substance abuse program
o Adult mental health program
o Adult substance abuse program
o Exclusively female mental health program
o Exclusively female substance abuse program
o Benzodiazephines and sleeping pill recovery program
o Outpatient specialty suboxone program
o Outpatient specialty alcohol addiction program
o Outpatient dual diagnosis program
● Contact information:
o 255 Spencer Rd., Suite 101, St. Peters, MO 63376
o 636-264-0544
o http://www.altbehavioralcare.com/tab1
● Financial Information:
o “cost effective”

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American Academy of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry
● Mission: promote the healthy development of children, adolescents, and families
through research, training, prevention, comprehensive diagnosis, and treatment
● Services:
o Lists of available resources for ages, conditions, and families
● Contact information:
o (202) 966-7300
o http://www.aacap.org/

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Behavior Intervention Services
● This program incorporates behavioral principles for reducing maladaptive behaviors and
acquiring lifelong skills.
● Contact information:
o 1 (800) 273-TALK
o http://behaviorinterventionservices.com/
Bridgeway Behavioral Health
● Provider of choice for addiction and trauma services in the St. Louis metropolitan region
since 1978
● Services:
o Addiction treatment
o Domestic violence and sexual assault services
o Intensive outpatient
▪ 13-19 y.o.
▪ Provided after school and full time days during summer months
▪ Work with teens to teach them the tools they need to avoid drugs and
alcohol and focus on their own health and well being while thinking
about their futures.
o Day treatment
▪ Offers teens an intensive level of care focused on working on all the areas
of life that are contributing to their substance abuse. Through group,
family and individual therapy, workforce development, recreational
supports and overall life skills counseling, teens will work towards being
fulfilled in maintaining sobriety in their day to day lives.
o The Farm
▪ An intensive adolescent day treatment program with supported housing
▪ 13-19 y.o.
o In home family therapy
▪ Work with families to overcome the barriers of accessing treatment and
support resources. Team works with clients and families in the home and
in the community to make sure they have options that are accessible.

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Cardinal Glennon Knights of Columbus Developmental Center
● Team of experts in developmental pediatrics, neurology, genetics, psychiatry,
psychology, nurse practitioner, clinical nurses, speech-language pathology, occupational
therapy, family resource specialist, education coordinator, & a research team and
support staff.
● Contact information:
o 314-577-5600
o http://www.cardinalglennon.com/MedicalSpecialties/Developmental
Pediatrics/Pages/default.aspx
Care and Counseling
● Provides counseling services for children, adults and families, and offers
psychoeducational programs
● Services:
o Individual therapy
o Couples therapy
o Child, adolescent, and teen therapy
o Family therapy
● Contact information:
o 314-878-4340
o Locations:
▪ Main location: Creve Coeur
● 12141 Ladue Rd., St. Louis, MO 63141-8120
▪ Cental West End- Second Presbyterian Church
▪ South St. Louis City – Tower Grove
▪ Webster Groves Prebyterian Church
o http://careandcounseling.org
Catholic Family Services
● A non-profit professional counseling agency that provides services within the
Archdiocese of St. Louis
● Services include counseling individually, in a group, and family counseling regardless of
age, race, religion, gender, nationality, or marital status
● Contact Information:
o 314-544-3800
o https://saintlouiscounseling.org
o 8 locations:

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▪ St. Louis
▪ O’Fallon
▪ Union
▪ Florissant
▪ West County
▪ Troy
▪ Bellefontaine
▪ Herculaneum
Center for Counseling and Family Therapy
● St. Louis University Counseling Clinic
● Provides affordable counseling to empower people to face life’s tasks with confidence
● Counseling services are open to public
● Masters level interns – supervised by faculty- provide services.
● Services:
o Individual, couples, and family counseling
o Enrichment and prevention programs for individual and family growth and
development
o Preliminary assessment and referral to other service units either at Saint Louis
University or in the greater STL area
● Contact information:
o 314-977-2505
o 3700 Lindell Blvd., Morrissey Hall, Suite 1100, St. Louis, MO 63108
o https://www.slu.edu/medicine/family-medicine/center-counseling-family-
therapy/index.php
Center for Mental Health Services
● CMHS leads federal efforts to promote the prevention and treatment of mental
disorders. Congress created CMHS to bring new hope to adults who have serious mental
illness and children with emotional disorders.
● Services:
o Helps states improve and increase the quality and range of their treatment,
rehabilitation, and support
o Increase access to mental health programs
o Encourages programs to increase number of mental, emotional, and behavioral
problems among America’s children
● Contact information:
o 240-276-1310
o 5600 Fishers Lane, Rockville, MD 20857
o https://www.samhsa.gov/about-us/who-we-are/offices-centers/cmhs

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Center for Trauma Recovery
● University of Missouri St. Louis provides clinical services – usually short term cognitive
behavioral therapy
● Services provided to children, adults, couples, families, or groups who have experienced
a traumatic event
● Contact information:
o 314-516-6738
o One University Boulevard St. Louis, MO 63121-4400
o https://www.umsl.edu/psychology/ctr/
CHADS (Communities Healing Adolescent Depression and Suicide) Coalition
● Offers programs in the areas of school outreach, community awareness and family
support. Programs are funded by St. Louis County Children’s Service Fund for children
and families within St. Louis County. Some funding is available to cover programs
outside of St. Louis County.
● Services:
o School Outreach Programs:
▪ SOS- Signs of Suicide
▪ EYES- Every Year, Every Student
▪ Olweus Bullying Prevention Program
o Community Awareness
▪ Youth Mental Health First Aid
● Training for adults on how to handle youth experiencing mental
health issues
▪ CHADS Conversations
● Presentations on bullying, suicide and other topics for school
staff, parents, church groups, youth groups, etc.
o Family Support Program
▪ Short term Counseling
● Individualized or family counseling from licensed professionals for
teens and young adults, addressing critical behaviors such as self-
injury, bullying, depression, explosive anger, anxiety, and signs or
thoughts of suicide
▪ Support groups
● CHADS’ staff facilitate support groups for youth as well as their
parents or caregivers
▪ Mentoring services
● One-on-one coaching sessions designed to educate and support
youth and family well-being
▪ Post-crisis intervention (Postvention)
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● Debriefing services, counseling, support groups, and resource
development in response to a suicide or other crisis event.
● Contact Information:
o http://www.chadscoalition.org/
o Mailing Address: PO Box 510528, St. Louis, MO 63151
o Office Address: 4121 Union Rd., Suite 224, St. Louis, MO 63129
o 314-952-2046
o info@chadscoalition.org
Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Center St. Louis Children’s
● Specializes in the diagnosis and the treatment of disorders of emotion, cognition, and/or
behavior affecting children from infancy to age 21
● Evaluation is completed including psychological, biological, social, and environmental
components
● Psychiatry Center treats conditions including school problems, attention problems,
behavior problems, developmental delays, depression, anxiety, eating disorders and
substance abuse.
● Staff Credentials:
o Psychiatry MD and PHD
● Contact Information:
o http://www.stlouischildrens.org/our-services/child-and-adolescent-psychiatry-
center
o 314-454-5437
o St. Louis Children’s Hospital, One Children’s Place, St. Louis, MO 63110
Children’s Advocacy Center & Institute for Trauma Recovery
● Mission: reduce the effects of trauma experiences by children and adolescents through
trauma informed assessment and counseling
● Services:
o Serve children impacted by all types of traumatic events including childhood
sexual abuse, physical abuse, neglect, witness of domestic abuse and violent
crime, children who have suffered accidents, natural disasters, and traumatic
bereavement.
o Counseling programs (individual and group)
o Forensic interviews
o Research
● Contact information:
o (314) 516-6798
o http://www.stlouiscac.org/
Children’s Hospital St. Louis
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● “What to Expect with a Child in Therapy”
o http://www.stlouischildrens.org/articles/wellness/2013/what-expect-with-child-
in-therapy
● Staff departments for mental health:
o Psychology
o Neuropsychology
o Child & Adolescent Psychology
● Conditions treated:
o Adjustment disorders
o Anxiety disorders
o Autism spectrum disorders
o Behavior disorders
o Conduct disorders
o Dysthymia
o Generalized anxiety disorder
o Learning disorders
o Major depression
o Manic depression
o Mood disorders
o Nightmares and night terrors
o Obsessive-compulsive disorder
o Oppositional defiant disorder
o Phobias
o Post-traumatic stress disorder
o School refusal
o Separation anxiety disorder
o Suicidal behavior
o Teen suicide
o Temper tantrums
o Tourette’s disorder
● Contact information:
o 314-454-6069
o office locations:
▪ Pediatric Neuropsychology Suite, 3S-32 (St. Louis Children’s Hospital)
▪ Pediatric Psychology Suite, 3N-14 (St. Louis Children’s Hospital)
▪ St. Louis Children's Specialty Care Center, Suite 2B (13001 North Outer
Forty, Town and Country, MO 63017)
o http://www.stlouischildrens.org/our-services/psychology-services
Clayton Behavioral

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● Services:
o Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
o Psychoeducational testing
o Group therapy
o Individual therapy
o Family therapy
● Recommended by PS Kids families
o Dr. Adelita Segovia (314)222-5830
o Dr. Laura Chakes (314)725-1515
o Dr. Daniel Riesing (314) 222 - 5810
o Dr. Tina Reising
● Contact Information:
o 9890 Clayton Rd, St. Louis, MO 63124
o https://www.claytonbehavioral.com/contact
Come Play STL
Recommended by Sensory Solutions
● Population Served: includes but is not limited to –
o Anxiety
o Bipolar
o Sensory processing disorder
o Depression
o Autism spectrum disorder
o Obsessive compulsive disorder
o Struggles with attachment
o A challenging transition in life
o Various learning disabilities
● Staff:
o Evangeline M. Bauer
▪ MSW, LCSW, Registered Play therapist-supervisor, Certified Autism
Specialist
o Bethany D. Arkills
▪ MOT, OTR/L
o Rachel Brown
▪ Psychological Examiner, M.A.Ed
o Liz Colizza
▪ MAC, LPC, NCC
o Kristen Borgmeyer
▪ MS, MSW, LCSW
o Kayla Bauer
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▪ Patient Advocate
o Danielle Carey
▪ MOT, OTR/L
o Kaitlin Boger
▪ MSW
● Financial Information:
o Private Pay Clinic
o Payment is due at time of service
o Employer coverage of health services:
▪ Cash, check, credit card, health savings accounts (HSAs) and Flex
Spending Accounts (FSAs)
● Contact information:
o 3115 S. Grand Blvd, Ste 224, St. Louis, MO 63118
o 314-312-2357
o https://www.comeplaystl.com
Community Psychological Services
● University of Missouri St. Louis Psychology clinic
● Provides affordable psychological evaluation and counseling services for children,
adults, couples, and families.
● PhD interns, supervised by faculty, provide services
● Not-for-profit outpatient mental health center committed to offering high-quality,
timely, and affordable services to individuals who would not otherwise be able to afford
professional mental health care
● Contact information:
o 314-516-6798
o One University Blvd, 232 Stadler Hall, St. Louis, MO 63121
o http://www.umsl.edu/services/cps/
Compassionate Counseling St. Louis
● Kelsey specializes in:
o Anger management for kids
o High achieving teens
o Pre-schoolers with anxiety
o Overwhelmed college students
● Ages 4-College
● Financial Information:
o Free 15 minute phone consultation
o Does not take insurance, but can provide a superbill (an insurance specific
receipt) at the end of every month

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▪ Some insurance companies will partially reimburse for the session fee
o $205 a session
● Contact information:
o Kelsey Torgerson, LCSW trained in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Feedback
Informed Treatment
o 8000 Bonhomme Ave., Suite 412, Clayton, MO 63105
o 314-339-7640
o Open Monday, Tuesday, Thursday from 9:30 am-5:00 pm
o https://www.compassionatecounselingstl.com/
Comprehensive Behavioral Health Center
● Mission: provide quality individualized essential services for people in need of
emotional, rehabilitative and social support, on a twenty-four-hour basis, in the least
restrictive environment.
● Services:
o Therapy & transitional services
o Parenting classes
o Linkage & hospital aftercare
o Residential services
o Specialized children services
o Consultation/education to community
o Crisis intervention
o Substance abuse treatment services
o Project for assistance in transition from homelessness (PATH)
o Case management services
o Opiate treatment services
o Adult re-deploy
● Contact information:
o http://cbhc1.org/
o 505 South 8th Street, East St. Louis, IL 62201
o 618-482-7330

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Easter Seals Midwest
Recommended by PS Kids.
● Wide variety of autism services for children, adults, and families who are impacted by
autism
● Services:
o Camping and recreation
o Respite services
o Brain games
o Community events
● Contact information:
o http://www.eastersealsmidwest.org/WhoWeAre/ContactUs/Stl
o http://www.easterseals.com/midwest/
o St. Louis Locations: http://www.easterseals.com/midwest/who-we-
are/locations/
Epworth Children and Family Services
● An Independent agency helping all children and families to overcome severe emotional
and behavioral challenges with innovative, holistic, and comprehensive treatment
approaches
● Participant Requirements
o Unable to find appropriate family placement
o Capable of making personal decisions with minimal adult supervision
o Willing to meet with case manager as outlined in program guide
o Ability to set goals and follow-through
o Maintain employment
o Transitional living program requirements:
▪ Apartment living for 11 young adults, ages 16-19, in a newly renovated
secure building with 24-hour support
▪ Daily contact by Epworth professional staff
▪ Individualized training in daily living skills including budgeting, cooking,
grocery shopping and more
▪ Moderate financial assistance, access to community resources, assistance
with setting and accomplishing personal goals, and guidance with coping
with daily stressors
o Independent living program requirements:
▪ Assistance in locating and obtaining apartments for participants, ages 17-
23, in the community
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▪2-10 hours of weekly contract by Epworth’s professional staff
▪Individualized training in daily living skills, including budgeting, cooking,
grocery shopping, and more
▪ Minimal financial assistance, access to community resources, assistance
with setting and accomplishing personal goals, and guidance in coping
with daily stressors
● Contact Information:
o https://www.epworth.org/programs/transitionalindependent-living-programs-
tlpilp/
o 6816 Washington Ave., University City, MO 63160
o 314-222-4857
Epworth Transitional Living Program
● Provides housing, 24-hour support, access to therapy, independent living skills training,
and supportive services for youth, ages 16 to 21.
Every Child’s Hope (ECH)
● An organization which assists children and youths through residential services, in-home
services, reunification services, and on-grounds school.
● Mission: “Partnering with the community to assist children, youth and their families in
their individual quest for health and wholeness through quality, faithful, and
professional services.”
● Services:
o Residential treatment
▪ Many have experienced trauma, abuse, or neglect
▪ History of physical and/or sexual abuse, neglect, aggression, or running
away
▪ Receive individual, group, and family counseling, case management, and
psychiatric consultation
▪ Provided with ECH schooling or community based schooling,
transportation to medical appointments, clothing and personal care
items, and all meals
o Steppingstone Transitional Living
▪ Kansas City Steppingstone
▪ Ages 16-21
▪ Program is based on positive youth development strategies and provides
housing, employment services, education counseling, life skills training,
and permanency planning
o ECH school

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Licensed K-12 school provides individualized education for children with
behavior and mental health issues that prevent them from being
successful in a regular classroom.
o Head Start Early Education Center
▪ Offers developmentally appropriate curriculum to foster the social,
physical, intellectual and language development of low income children
from infants – 6 years
o Family Solutions for Kids
▪ Community based program that offers therapy and personal counseling
for individuals and families, including in-home therapy and family
reunification
o Out-Patient Psychiatric Services
▪ Psychiatric assessment, medication management, and therapy are
available for children ages 4 through 19 who reside in St. Louis County
o Foster Care Case Management
● Contact information:
o https://everychildshope.org/
o 8240 St. Charles Rock Road, St. Louis, MO 63114
o 314-427-3755

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Family Forward Developmental Trauma Center
● Utilizes a comprehensive and respectful approach to understanding child development
and the impact of significant childhood trauma.
● Services:
o Assessment services: highly trained clinicians complete an assessment of current
functioning that helps generate a visual representation of the developmental
strengths and vulnerabilities of a child. Recommendations are made for support
of children at home, in school, and with therapeutic interventions.
o Treatment services
o Parent education services
● Eligibility and consultation:
o Children ages 0-18 with histories of chronic abuse or neglect in life (before age
8), especially those who have not benefited from other more traditional
therapies
o Children in foster care or who have been adopted through the child welfare
system
o Children who experienced institutional care during infancy and early childhood
● Contact information:
o 314-968-2350
o 1167 Corporate Lake Dr., St. Louis, MO 63132-1716
o https://familyforwardmo.org/how-we-help/developmental-trauma-center/
o mailto:intake.dept@familyforwardmo.org
Families for Depression Awareness
● Helps families recognize and cope with depression and bipolar disorder to get people
well and prevent suicides
● Services:
o Education, training, & support for families
o Programs
▪ Educational webinars
▪ Teen program for schools and communities
▪ Request a speaker or training
▪ Publications and workshops
▪ Mental health buzz
▪ Care for your mind online community
▪ Care consultations
● Contact information:

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o 781-890-0220
o http://familyaware.org/
o Text message crisis support: text LISTEN to 741741
o If someone your know or you are in a crisis, call 800-273-8255 or 9-1-1
immediately
Family Support Network
● Provides in-home family counseling and parenting support services to families in St.
Louis City and St. Louis County
● Services focus on helping with difficult child behaviors and parenting stress
● Masters level, LCSWs and counselors provide the services
● No charge to families
● Contact information:
o 314-918-3301
o 110 N Elm Ave., Webster Groves, MO 63119
o https://www.epworth.org/programs/family-support-network-fsn/
Forming Friendships
Recommended by PS Kids.
● ABA Therapy service
● Contact information:
o Casey Lichtenberg, BCaBA, LaBA
▪ 314-255-7253
o Formingfriendships.org
o 171 Roberts Drive, Hillsboro, MO 63050
▪ 314-297-0793

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Great Circle
● Individual, Family, and Group Counseling
o Licensed psychologists and therapists who offer a trauma-informed approach to
individual, family, and group therapy
o In-home option for clients or many local community counseling offices
o Offer cognitive therapy, behavioral therapy, counseling services
▪ Music, psychodrama, reading, writing, play, trauma-focused cognitive
behavioral therapy, dialectical behavior therapy
● PAUSE parenting therapy program
o WHO: children, adults, families, groups
o Address:
▪ Anger management
▪ Anxiety and panic
▪ ADHD issues
▪ Attachment issues
▪ Behavioral issues
▪ Children with sexual behaviors
▪ Codependency
▪ Depression
▪ Eating disorders
▪ Grief and loss
▪ Life direction
▪ Loneliness
▪ Parenting enrichment
▪ Personality disorders
▪ Relationship issues
▪ Separation and divorce
▪ Self harm
▪ Sexual addiction, sexuality issues
▪ Sibling conflict
▪ Spiritual issues
▪ Stress and coping
▪ Substance abuse issues
▪ Trauma and abuse issues
● Staff credentials:
o Licensed psychologists
● Funding:

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o Great Circle is one of Missouri’s premier nonprofit providers of behavioral health
services
o Rely on donations
● Contact information:
o 844-427-3577
o 330 North Gore Avenue, St. Louis, MO 63119
o https://www.greatcircle.org/index.php/about
Growing American Youth (GAY)
● a social support organization for youth (21 and younger) who live near St. Louis and may
identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, asexual, or questioning their sexual
orientation or gender identity
● Contact information:
o 314-669-5428
o c/o Trinity Church 600 N. Euclid, St. Louis, MO 63108
o https://www.growingamericanyouth.org/form__map

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Harris House Treatment Center
● Helps people recover their lives from drug and alcohol addiction. They advocate a
recovery with responsibility programs that empower clients to take control of their
treatment and recovery process.
● Services:
o Intensive inpatient program
o Partial hospitalization program
o Intensive outpatient program
o Transitional housing level 1 program
o Transitional housing level 2 program
● Financial information:
o Insurance providers:
▪ Anthem BCBS
▪ United Healthcare
▪ Coventry health care
▪ Aetna
▪ Beacon health options
▪ Mercy
▪ Magellan Health services
▪ Health Link
▪ Humana
● Contact information:
o 314-631-4299
o 314-736-3599
o https://www.harrishousestl.org/treatments/intensive-outpatient-program/
Hawthorn Children’s Psychiatric Hospital
● Hawthorne is a children’s psychiatric hospital that is owned and operated by the
Missouri Department of Mental Health. It is the Department of Mental Heath’s only
free-standing children’s psychiatric hospital in Missouri and provides treatment services
to youth who are residents of Missouri.
● Services:
o Inpatient services: goal of treatment is to maximize stabilization of their
psychiatric disorder and to facilitate a transition for return to their community
▪ Admission criteria: the child presents as imminent and substantial risk of
inflicting serious physical harm on self as a result of a mental disorder

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o Residential treatment program: 24 bed, therapeutic, teaching community that
provides highly individualized programming to residents in an effort to help
youngsters develop independence, personal responsibility, and respect for
themselves, others, and their community.
▪ Therapeutic services provided:
● Psychiatric treatment/medication management
● Individual therapy
● Group therapy
● Family therapy
● Nursing care
● Educational therapy
● Recreational therapy
● Walking program
● Out-trips to community/leisure time activities
● Speech and language therapy
● Daily living skills development
● Work-study programming
● Social skill development
● Specialized treatment plans
● Dietitian consultation
● Financial Information:
o Payments are arranged according to a family’s ability to pay
● Staff Credentials:
o Psychiatrists
o Psychiatric fellows and residents
o Licensed psychologists and social workers
o Accredited recreational therapy staff
o Certified teachers
o Registered nurses
o Licensed practical nurses
o Psychiatric aids
● Contact information:
o https://dmh.mo.gov/hcph/residentaltreatmentprogram.html
o 314-512-7800
o 1901 Pennsylvania Avenue, St. Louis, Missouri 63133

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Hopewell Center
● ALM Hopewell Center provides comprehensive mental health services to children and
adults in the northern and central parts of the city of St. Louis and North St. Louis City.
● Services:
o Psychosocial Rehabilitation Center
o Comprehensive Psychiatric Rehabilitation Center for youths and adults
o Outpatient services
▪ Healthcare home services – focus on children with serious mental illness,
mental health condition and substance abuse disorder, or with either a
mental health condition or substance abuse disorder and another chronic
health condition
▪ School based services – provides services to students who are at risk of
not completing their education within the St. Louis Public Schools
▪ Therapy – provides therapeutic opportunities to help children/families
deal with the many stressors they may experience
▪ Chicago Parenting Program (CPP) – evidence based parenting classes that
provide parenting strategies and coaching for parents of children in the
age range of zero-8 years of age.
o Psychiatric rehabilitation
▪ Creative expression- program that allows children to heal from trauma
through groups designed to facilitate communication and healing
through creative art and play therapy
▪ Community support – staff provides face to face assistance to achieve
goals established as part of an individual treatment plan
▪ Crisis intervention services – professionals available to provide walk-in or
phone crisis intervention
▪ Evaluation – annual evaluation by interdisciplinary team
▪ Medication services – prescribing and management of psychotropic
medications
▪ Medication administration services – may include helping with ordering
or getting medications, or correctly filling weekly medication planners
▪ Psychosocial rehabilitation – groups are available to consumers who can
benefit from group activities and learning sessions focused on life skills
and socialization
o Residential
▪ RISE Transition – Age Youth – provides services to the transition -age
youth population
● Staff:
o Psychiatrists, psychologists, nurses, counselors, social workers, educators,
support staff
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● Contact information:
o http://hopewellcenter.com/about/
o Lacy Clay Center for Children’s Health
o 314-531-1770

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Independence Center
● A community-based rehabilitation program for adults with severe and persistent mental
illnesses in the St. Louis area, built on the Clubhouse model of psychosocial
rehabilitation
● Contact Information:
o 314-533-4245
o 4245 Forest Park Ave., St. Louis, MO 63108
o https://www.independencecenter.org/contact/

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Jewish Family & Children’s Services
● provides counseling on a sliding-fee scale
● Services:
o Children & adolescents:
▪ Depression/anxiety
▪ Trauma
▪ Abuse/violence
▪ Interpersonal relationships
▪ Mental/physical illness
▪ Parent/child relationships
▪ Family conflict
▪ School behavior
▪ Social skills
o Adults:
▪ Family conflict
▪ Depression
▪ Lifecycle transitions
▪ Marital conflict or divorce
▪ Bereavement or other issues that affect quality of life
● Contact Information:
o 314-993-1000
o 10950 Schuetz Rd.
o https://jfcs-stl.org
Judevine Center for Autism
Recommended by Sensory Solutions
● Mission: make a real difference in the quality of life for children and adults with autism
and their families, wherever they may live.
● Three core values:
o 1. Judevine believes the individual with autism spectrum disorder is first and
foremost a person
o 2. Judevine believes that an important and fundamental part of our philosophy is
the value we place on the families’ knowledge, participation, and contribution
toward the treatment of their family member with autism spectrum disorder.
o Judevine believes that a firm positive and consistent attitude toward behavior
and learning is effective in guiding the person and his or her family toward
optimal qualities of life.
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● Services:
o Individualized supportive living (ISL)
o Parent Training
o Behavioral Support
o Assessment and Evaluation
o Behavior therapy
o Respite
o Social skills groups
o Consultation and training
o Day Habilitation on-site and off-site
o Community employment
▪ Job discovery
▪ Job preparation
▪ Job coaching
o Speech language therapy
● Contact information:
o https://www.judevine.org/
o St. Louis
▪ 1810 Craig Road, suite 109, St. Louis, MO 63146
▪ 800-780-6545
o Springfield, MO
▪ 3444 S. Campbell Avenue, suite D, Springfield, MO 65807
▪ 417-213-8018
o Kirksville, MO
▪ 660-202-1155
o Hannibal, MO
▪ 573-629-1519
o Jefferson County
▪ 636-489-3595
o Joplin
▪ 800-780-6545

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Kids in the Middle
● Mission: empower children, parents and families during and after divorce through
counseling, education, and support
● Services for kids:
o Group counseling for children ages 3 ½ to 18
o Individual counseling with a therapist
o Community “Students in The Middle School Outreach Counseling Program” –
free group and individual counseling services in public and private schools
● Financial Information:
o They use a sliding scale based on income and ability to pay. Most families qualify
for reduced fees. No one is turned away based on ability to pay for services.
o It is not in-network with any insurance providers, but some insurance policies
cover our services. It is up to the parent to call the insurance provider and ask if
they will cover our services.
▪ If the family opts to use insurance, they will pay the full rate to Kids In
The Middle at the time of service, and are reimbursed by their insurance
company later.
● Contact Information:
o https://www.kidsinthemiddle.org/services-information/
o (314) 909-9922
o 2650 South Hanley Road, Suite 150, Maplewood, MO 63144
Kids Under 21
● Provides youth focused crisis prevention, suicide intervention and post-intervention
support to the community through awareness, education, and outreach
● “teens helping teens help themselves”
● Crisis helpline: 1-888-644-KUTO (5886)
● http://www/kuto.org/

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Logos School
● An independent, alternative, therapeutic middle and highs school in St. Louis.
● Dedicated to assisting students and their families with academic and emotional needs
that have not been met in the traditional classroom
● 6:1 Student to teacher ratio
● 14 Master Level Therapists
● 98% graduation rate
● 92% go on to college or career
● Contact information:
o 314-997-7002
o 9137 Old Bonhomme Rd., St. Louis, MO 63132
o https://logosschool.org
Lutheran Family and Children’s Services of Missouri
● Offers counseling on a sliding-fee scale
● Programs:
o Counseling
o Adoption services
o Crisis/unplanned pregnancy assistance
o Foster care
o Child care
o Youth mentoring services
o Disaster relief services
o Advocacy on behalf of children and families
● Contact Information:
o 314-787-5100
o https://lfcsmo.org

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Marygrove Child Center
● Provides 24/7 residential services and therapeutic intervention for children,
adolescents, and young adults ages 6 to 21 who are traumatized due to abuse and
neglect.
● They offer diagnosis, medical, and psychiatric treatment, education and recreation in
closely supervised programs for children, teens, and young adults
● Contact Information:
o 314-830-6201
o 2705 Mullanphy Lane, Florissant, MO 63031
o https://marygrovechildren.org
McAuley Counseling Services
● Provides comprehensive quality mental health services that are affordable and
accessible
● Services:
o therapy to individuals, families, and groups
o workshops
o spiritual growth
o spiritual healing
o spiritual mentoring and healing touch
● non-profit organization
● Contact information:
o 314-932-1046
o 4144 Lindell Blvd, Ste 322, St. Louis, MO 63108
o http://www.mcauleycounselingservices.org/Home_Page.html
Mental Health America of Eastern MO
● Services:
o Information & Referral services
o Public and Professional education
o Support services for adults with mental illness
o Conducts legislative advocacy to protect mental health services
● Contact information:
o 314-773-1399

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Mercy Clinic Child and Adolescent Psychiatry
● Committed to promoting and restoring the mental health of kids and their families
● Services Offered:
o Anxiety disorder in children
o Child ADHD
o Mental health support
o Child adjustment disorder
o Child behavioral disability support
o Pediatric behavioral health
o Child and adolescent psychiatry
o Mental health
o Substance abuse
● Staff Credentials:
o Psychiatry MD, CNS, PHD
o Psychology PHD
● Referral Information/steps:
o Speak to your child’s primary care physician for a referral
● Contact information:
o Medical Tower A Suite 693A
o 621 S New Ballas Road, Tower A, St. Louis, MO 63141
o 314-251-6898
Minding Your Mind
● Mission:
o Provide mental health education to adolescents, teens and young adults, their
parents, teachers, and school administrators. Goal to move away from crisis
based response to prevention through education.
● Services:
o Educational programs
▪ Free of charge to schools and students
▪ Address issues of mood disorders, suicide ideation, eating disorders,
addictive behavior, and bullying
o Parent resources
▪ Mental health basics
▪ Symptom checker for concerns about your kids
● Contact information:
o (610) 642- 3879
o http://mindingyourmind.org/

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The Miriam School
● A caring and nurturing environment serving students age 4 through grade 8 who exhibit
learning disabilities, attention deficits, speech and language delays and/or fine/gross
motor delays.
● Mission: encourage all children with learning disabilities to recognize and successfully
meet their potential
● Contact Information:
o 314-968-5225
o http://www.miriamschool.org
MPACT
● Statewide parent training and information center that serves parents of children with all
disabilities
● Primary goal: assist parents to advocate effectively for their children’s educational rights
and services
● Works with public and private agencies, parent groups, professional organizations, and
advocacy groups to achieve that goal
● Training sessions for parents
● Contact information:
o 1-800-743-7634

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National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI St. Louis)
● Focuses on legislative advocacy, education, and support services to family members and
friends of persons with mental illness
● Services:
o Family-to-family education
o Support groups
o Lending library
● Contact information:
o Brentwood: 314-962-4670
o St. Charles: 636-940-7440
National Council on Alcoholism & Drug Abuse (NCADA)
● Services:
o Assessments
o Referrals
o Helpline for problem drinker, drug abuser, or parents and family members: 314-
962-3456
NICUPS: Neonatal Intensive Care Unit Parent Support
● A group of former Neonatal Intensive Care Unit parents who volunteer time to provide
support to NICU families
● Group offers emotional support to expectant mothers hospitalized on bed rest and to
families throughout and after their time spent in the NICU
● Efforts include:
o One-on-one emotional support for parents
o Parent group discussions
o Weekly gatherings for expectant moms hospitalized on bed rest
o Breastfeeding support
o Assistance to and essentials for families in crisis
● Contact information:
o 314-251-6636
o https://www.mercy.net/practice/emerson-level-iii-neonatal-intensive-care-unit-
st-louis/nicups-neonatal-intensive-care-un-0/

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Our Little Haven
Recommended by Sensory Solutions
● Provides a safe, healing environment for the youngest children recovering from abuse,
neglect, abandonment or early childhood trauma in the greater St. Louis region.
● Services:
o Therapeutic residential treatment (birth-9 y)
o Full range of psychological services (birth-12 y)
o Therapeutic preschool (3-6 y)
o Case management for young children and families involved in the foster care
system due to abuse and neglect
● Our Little Academy:
o A therapeutic preschool that is a day treatment program that provides
therapeutic treatment in a preschool setting for children ages 3-5 who cannot
participate in traditional preschool/daycare due to behavioral or emotional
problems.
▪ Small class size (3-4 children)
▪ High therapist to child ratio (1:3) provides individualized treatment and
needed support for children and families
▪ On site contracted speech and occupational therapy, comprehensive
psychological evaluations, psychiatric consultations
▪ Social skills development
▪ Art, music, playground activities, pre-academics for kindergarten, and
integrated support for families as they heal from early traumatic
experiences or family disruption
● Diagnosis may include:
o Reactive attachment disorder
o ADHD
o Oppositional defiant disorder
o PTSD
o Other disruptive behavioral disorders
● Financial information:
o Medicaid (foster and adoptive children may qualify for 100% Medicaid
reimbursement)
o MC+
o Sliding scale fees and some scholarships available
o Transportation financial assistance may be available to families
● Contact Information:
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o 4330 Lindell Blvd St. Louis, MO 63108
o 314-533-2229
o https://www.ourlittlehaven.org/programs/our-little-academy-therapeutic-
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Places for People
● Provides Multisystem Therapy (MST) for youths and their families who are usually
referred by the city’s juvenile court system and certain St. Louis public and charter
schools. This early intervention for youths and teens consists of engaging the entire
family and extended support system in developing strategies to reduce risk and
promote positive resolution of conflicts.
● Incredible Years Program
o Newborns to 12 years
o Free program; daycare and evening meal provided
o Facilitates early intervention/prevention parenting groups in neighborhoods and
communities throughout the greater St. Louis area
o Utilizes group discussion to provide a blend of skill-building, education, and
support with the goal of assisting parents in becoming more confident and more
effective, less stressed and less frustrated, while at the same time helping their
children develop more positive social behaviors.
● Contact Information:
o https://www.placesforpeople.org/programs/
o 314-615-2111
o Crisis Number: 1-800-811-4760
o Outreach Staff Member: Kathleen Murray (314) 580-4484
▪ kmurray@placesforpeople.org
Provident, Inc.
● Mission: building brighter futures through exceptional behavioral health services,
especially for those with the greatest need
● Services:
o Survivors of Suicide (S.O.S.)
▪ No charge to attend these meetings and walk-ins are welcome
▪ 314-446-5158
o Hope After
▪ Individuals who have struggled with suicide need ongoing support that is
often difficult to find within personal relationships
▪ Scheduled one-on-one phone calls and text messages to check in as
frequently as needed for a full year following a suicidal incident
▪ Free program funded by a grant from SAMHSA
▪ 314-446-2882
● Offers a sliding-fee scale

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● Contact Information:
o 314-533-8200
o 4 locations: Downtown, Northwest county, South county, Illinois
o 2650 Olive Street, St. Louis, MO 63103
o https://www.providentstl.org/crisis-intervention/support-groups-services/
Psychological Service Center (Washington University)
● Outpatient mental health clinic within the department of psychology
● Provides training opportunities for advanced doctoral students in the clinical psychology
program as well as low-cost treatment options for members of the St. Louis community
● Confidential services are available to anyone in the community, including children,
adolescents, adults, and the neurologically impaired.
● Contact information:
o 314-935-6555
o West Campus Box 1172; 7 North Jackson Avenue, St. Louis, MO 63105
o http://psychnet.wustl.edu/psc/
Psychological Services Center (SLU)
● outpatient mental health center operated by SLU’s Department of Psychology
● Counseling, psychotherapy, and psychological assessment are provided by doctoral
students in clinical psychology under the supervision of licensed psychology faculty
● Clients include children, adolescents, adults, the elderly, couples and families
● Services:
o Attention Deficit Disorder
o Asperger’s Syndrome
o Learning Difficulties/Disability
o Neuropsychological Evaluation
o IQ and Giftedness
o Psychological Assessment
o Comprehensive Evaluation
● Financial Information:
o On a sliding fee scale based on gross household annual income and the type of
evaluation
o They require a $50 retainer for all assessments before we set an appointment
o Not eligible for Medicaid or Medicare and they do not bill for insurance, however
can provide a receipt to submit to insurance
● Contact information:
o 314-977-2278
o https://www.slu.edu/arts-and-sciences/psychology/center-clinics/index.php

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Self Help Center
● Drop-in center for adults with mental illness
● Developed in the peer-to-peer model, the center provides activities, support groups,
personal growth/development and support
● Contact Information:
o 314-781-0199
St. Louis Behavioral Medicine Institute
Recommended by Sensory Solutions
● Mission: promotion of mental and physical health by integrating knowledge from the
behavioral sciences with the latest advances in contemporary medicine
● Provides evidence-based behavioral health treatment
● Services:
o Individual outpatient
o Family
o Intensive outpatient programs
o Partial hospitalization programs
● Staff:
o Psychologists, psychiatrists, social workers, family medicine, nursing, internal
medicine, licensed professional counselors, physical therapist, spiritual directors,
art therapists, and dietitians.
● Contact information:
o https://www.slbmi.com/programs
o 314-881-3443
o Locations:
▪ St. Louis City
● 1129 Macklind Ave., St. Louis, MO 63110
● 314-534-02200
● 877-245-2688
▪ Chesterfield
● 16216 Baxter Rd. Ste. 205, Chesterfield, MO 63017
● 636-532-9188
▪ Belleville, IL
● 521 W. Main St. Ste. 201B, Belleville, IL 62220
● 618-825-0051

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St. Louis Center for Family Development
● Provides family-centered, trauma-informed, and evidence-based mental health services
to families to St. Louis City and County.
● Services:
o Outpatient Services
▪ For adults, couples, families, adolescents, and children
▪ Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavior Therapy
● Approach for children and adolescents who are experiencing
significant emotional and behavioral difficulties due to traumatic
life events
▪ Prolonged Exposure Therapy
● Therapy for chronic PTSD and trauma
▪ Behavioral Activation
● Based on the idea that symptoms of depression are a result of the
body’s way of coping with distress or negative life events, which
often trigger specific negative experiences, and can then bring
about even more negative experiences
▪ Cognitive Behavior Therapy
● Incorporates the inter-relatedness of thoughts, emotions and
behaviors as they relate to the process of emotion regulation
▪ Interpersonal Psychotherapy
● Aims to effectively decrease distress associated with an acute
crisis or inadequate social support
o Dialectical Behavior Therapy
o Crisis Stabilization Services
● Contact Information:
o https://stlcfd.com/
o 3250 Hampton Avenue, St. Louis, MO 63139
o 314-531-1155
St. Louis Empowerment Center
● Drop-in center for adults with mental illness
● Peer-to-peer model
● Services:
o Referrals
o Socialization
o Personal growth classes
o Support groups
● Contact information:
o 314-652-6100
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o 1908 Olive Street, St. Louis, MO
o http://www.dbsaempowerment.org
St. Louis County Youth Connections Helpline
● Mission to improve the lives of children, youth, and families in St. Louis County by
strategically investing in the creation and maintenance of an integrated system of care
that delivers effective and quality mental health and substance abuse services.
● Contact information:
o (314) 628-2929
o 6763 Page Ave Ste. 201, St. Louis, MO 63133
o https://www.stlouisco.com/ChildrenServiceFund
St. Patrick Center
● Provides numerous services for adults who experience mental illness, homelessness,
and/or substance abuse disorders
● Contact information:
o 314-802-0700
o 800 N Tucker Blvd, St. Louis, MO 63101
o http://stpatrickcenter.org
Schiele Clinic at the St. Louis Psychoanalytic Institute
● Provides high quality, in-depth assessment and treatment for children, adolescents and
adults, for a fee based on the client’s ability to pay
● More than 75 clinic and network therapists, the institute can refer patients to
professionals with a wide range of specialties and offices throughout the area.
● Contact Informaiton:
o Adults: 314 -361 -7075 x444
o Children: 314 – 361 – 7075 x318
o 8820 Ladue Rd., 3rd floor, St. Louis, MO 63124
o https://www.stlpi.org/about-the-clinic/

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Recommended by Sensory Solutions
● Services:
o In-home counseling for St. Charles County, Saint Louis County, and Jefferson
County
o Mosaic
▪ Designed to support families in maintaining and rebuilding their
relationships through visitation services
o Individual Counseling
▪ Children
● Anxiety
● Low self-esteem/depression
● Crisis intervention
● Trauma
● Abuse and/or neglect
● Anger or rage
● Divorce/separation of parents/caregivers
● Grief or major loss (of something or someone)
● Bullying
● Drug or alcohol (substance abuse) in family
● Transition difficulties
● Adoptions
● Toddler/young child behavioral difficulties
● Life skills
● Specific diagnoses
● Suicidal/homicidal
▪ Adolescents
● Transition difficulties
● School struggles
● Anger/rage
● Blended family
● Substance abuse
● Depression
● Anxiety
● Sexual identity
● Social skills
● Peer issues
● Adoption
● General relationship issues
● Sibling difficulties
● Grief or major loss (of person or something)
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● Self esteem
● Acceptance or assistance in getting through a medical condition
▪ Adults
● Pre-marital counseling
● Depression
● Anxiety
● Career issues
● Infertility
● Chronic pain/illness
● Adoption
● Grief/death of a loved one
● Parental support
● Stress management
● Social skills
● Anger management
● Addictions
● Specific psychiatric disorder
● Financial struggles
● Sleep difficulties
● Unresolved childhood issues
o Group Counseling/Support Groups
▪ Children:
● Friday Pre-school Play Therapy Group
o 11 am-12 pm
o $35 per session
● Saturday Upper Elementary Group
o 8:30 am – 9:30 am
o $35 per session
● Saturday Lower Elementary Group
o 10:30-11:30 am
o $35 per session
▪ Middle School:
● Wednesday Middle School Support
o 4:30-5:30 pm
o $35 per session
o re-starting Nov. 8th
o ongoing
▪ Adolescents:
● Fridays Depression/Anxiety Group
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o 4:30-5:30 pm
o $35 per session
▪ Adults:
● Stepping Stones Depression/Anxiety Group
o $15 per session
o Coed, 18 & over

o Family/Couples Counseling
o Play therapy/Child Therapy
▪ Children have difficulty expressing themselves in the same way that
adults do. Therefore, when working with children (or those who struggle
to communicate verbally) typical “talk therapy” is not effective. Play
therapy provides children with an outlet to express their feelings and
experiences.
o Stepping Stones Program
o Classes, Workshops, & Webinars
o Parent Coaching
▪ Common issues the therapist can assist with:
● Morning challenges
● Homework/school work issues
● Tantrums/meltdowns
● Bedtime routines
● Defiance
● Organizing your home
● Assistance with schedules
▪ Can provide:
● Helpful resources
● New/fresh perspective
● Support
● A plan for moving forward
o Positive Directions
▪ Help for employees to reach their potential; this program offers
employers mental health assistance when employees or their
dependents need help to overcome personal problems impacting their
family and their job performance
o Pathways to Play
▪ Offers a variety of training both for beginning and well seasoned
therapists. Training is available for counseling students, school
counselors, provisional therapists, and licensed therapists.
o EMDR: Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing

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▪ This is an integrative psychotherapy approach that has been researched
and proven effective for the treatment of trauma
▪ Endorsed by the American Psychiatric Association, the World Health
Organization, and the US Department of Health and Human Services.
o Safe and Sound Protocol (SSP)
▪ 5 day sound based intervention calming the physiological and emotional
states
▪ designed to reduce stress and auditory sensitivity, enhancing social
engagement and resilience.
● Mission: create a counseling resource that serves the community by offering different
specialties to a wide range of clientele.
● Therapists connected with Step by Step Counseling have their own specialties and
populations that they serve.
● Contact information:
o 636-255-0002
o http://stepbystepcounselingllc.com
o email: info@stepbystepcounselingllc.com

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Team IMPACT
● A National nonprofit that connects children facing serious and chronic illnesses with
college athletic teams, forming life-long bonds and life-changing outcomes.
● St. Louis Participating Schools & teams matched:
o Maryville University
▪ Baseball
▪ Co-ed Swimming
▪ Women’s soccer
▪ Men’s soccer
▪ Women’s volleyball
▪ Women’s basketball
▪ Co-ed golf
o Saint Louis University
▪ Women’s soccer
▪ Men’s soccer
▪ Baseball
o Washington University, St. Louis
▪ Baseball
● http://goteamimpact.force.com/forms/family_form
Teen Life
● A directory of boarding schools, colleges, summer programs, and advisors for students
with special needs
● Services:
o Summer Programs
▪ Spend the summer expanding your pre-college horizons
o Gap year Programs
o Volunteer Opportunities
o STEM Programs
o Performing & Visual Arts Programs
o Colleges and Universities
o Boarding Schools
o Private Day Schools
o Therapeutic Programs and Schools
o Independent Advisors
o Tutoring and Test prep
o College Admissions Resources

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● Contact Information:
o https://www.teenlife.com/
o 617-277-5120
o Mailing Address: TeenLife Media, LLC; 77 N Washington St., Floor 2, Boston, MA
02114
Theravive
● Site to find therapists: https://www.theravive.com/cities/mo/child-psychologist-st-
louis.aspx
o Sharon Moehle, Ed.S.
▪ St. Luke’s Hospital, 224 South Woods Mill Rd., Suite 550 South,
Chesterfield, MO 63017
▪ 314-707-4560
▪ Service available: EEG Biofeedback and EMDR therapies
o Judy Koehler, M.A., LPC, NCC
▪ Licensed Professional Counselor
▪ 1715 Deer Tracks Trail, Suite 260, St. Louis, MO 63131
▪ 314-249-5444
o Kelly Diller, LPC, MA
▪ Licensed Professional Counselor
▪ 142 Enchanted Parkway #200C, Manchester, MO 63021
▪ 314-374-5000
o Rachael Carr, PLPC, MAC
▪ Provisionally Licensed Professional Counselor
▪ 3143 S Grand Blvd, Saint Louis, MO 63118
▪ 314-881-8482
o Tracie Wallace, MABS, MAC, LPC, NCC
▪ Licensed Professional Counselor
▪ 1023 Executive Parkway Ste 10, St. Louis, MO 63141
▪ 314-469-5522x20
o Sandra A. Shachar, Ph.D.
▪ Licensed psychologist
▪ 225 S. Meramec Ave., Suite 432T, St. Louis, MO 63105
▪ 1-888-542-1064
Transparent
● “empowering our children to live authentically”
● A support group founded by two families who are raising transgender children.
● Services:
o Support groups

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o Referrals to doctors
o Supportive organizations
o Recommended reading
● Contact information:
o 636-288-5810
o transparenting@aol.com
o https://transparentusa.org

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Urban Balance
● Counseling and therapy center in St. Louis
● Services:
o Anxiety treatment and depression treatment
o Marriage counseling and couples counseling
o Drug addiction and other addiction treatment
o Individual and group counselors and therapists
o Teen counseling and counseling for children
o Grief counseling, trauma counseling and more
● Contact Information:
o (888)726-7170
o intake@urbanbalance.com
o 1750 South Brentwood Boulevard, Suite 404, St. Louis, MO
o https://urbanbalance.com/therapist-offices/urban-balance-st-louis-counseling-
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Walter’s Walk
● Provides services to individuals with mental illness and/or addiction through counseling
and education
● Little-to-no cost to the client
● Contact information:
o Jean Moretto- 314-731-2433
o jeanmoretto@att.net
William Greenleaf Eliot Division of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry
● Mission to innovate the prevention and highest-impact intervention for psychiatric
conditions of childhood
● They rely on and work closely with their community partners to help carry out many
aspects of the treatment plans developed for their patients, especially those
components of care more feasibly conducted outside of the university environment.
Their community partners include primary care physicians, schools, mental health
professionals in practice in the community, municipal mental health services, social
services agencies, inpatient psychiatric units, and residential treatment centers.
● Services:
o General Child Psychiatry Clinic
o Anxiety Disorders Clinic
▪ Assessment and treatment for children who are excessively clingy, shy, or
worried
o Autism Clinical Center
o Collaborative Care Clinic
▪ Work in partnership with primary care physicians
o Early Emotional Developmental Program
▪ Focused on the mental health of very young children
o Early Preventive Intervention Clinic (EPIC)
▪ Early intervention for infants and toddlers with autism spectrum disorder
or related social delays. The clinic also studies critical features of emotion
and social development to improve current treatments for those with –
or at risk for- depression and ASD.
o The First Contact Assessment Service
▪ Provides a second opinion to psychiatrists whose patients have early
signs of psychotic illnesses, a known genetic condition, and/or a complex
mixture of neurodevelopmental symptoms
o Perinatal Behavioral Health Service

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▪ Provides emotional support for moms
o Rett Spectrum Clinic
▪ Provides care and support for children with Rett Syndrome and Rett
Related Disorders including CDKL5
o SYNCHRONY Project
▪ Prevent reoccurrence of child abuse
o Telepsychiatry Clinic
▪ Dehra Harris, MD, evaluates patients via telemedicine and discusses
treatment options with patients and families and then, together with the
families’ primary care providers, develops a treatment plan.
o Trauma Response Program
▪ Provides treatment for child victims of trauma
● Referral Information:
o Requires physician referral
● Contact information:
o https://childpsychiatry.wustl.edu/clinical-services/
o 314-286-1700
o Mailing Address: 660 South Euclid Ave., CB 8509, St. Louis, MO 63110
o Office Location: 4444 Forest Park Ave., Suite 2600, St. Louis, MO 63108

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Youth in Need
● Nonprofit child and family services agency
● Variety of crisis prevention and intervention programs utilized to build positive futures
for vulnerable children, teens, and families
● Services:
o Residential homes
o Foster care management
o Homeless outreach
o Counseling and support groups
o Education
o Infant, child, and family development
● More than 25 sites across six counties in Eastern Missouri
● Contact information:
o 636-946-5600
o 1815 Boone’s Lick Rd., St. Charles, MO 63301
o http://www.youthinneed.org

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Zero to Three
● Is a national nonprofit organization that informs, trains and supports professionals,
policy makers and parents in their efforts to improve the lives of infants and toddlers
● Services:
o Parenting Resources
▪ Early Development & Well Being
▪ Early Learning
▪ Parenting
▪ Policy and Advocacy
● Contact Information
o https://www.zerotothree.org/resources/2335-what-you-need-to-know-early-
intervention
o Mailing Address:
▪ 1255 23rd Street, NW, suite 350, Washington, DC 20037
o 202-638-1144
o 800-899-4301

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FARMINGTON, MO RESOURCES
Residential Psychiatric Services
● Began in 2000 with a focus to deliver counseling services to those with mental illness
residing in various types of residential care to counteract the recidivism rate of this
population, while providing services to under-served rural areas.
● Services provided:
o Psychiatric evaluation
o Diagnosis
o 1:1 therapy
o Treatment planning
o Treatment evaluation
o Various types of group therapy
o Family therapy
● Staff
o All MSW and LCSW
● Contact Information:
o 135 South Main Street, Federicktown, MO 63645
o 573-664-1146
o admin@rpsdocu.com
o http://www.respsych.com/Default.aspx
Southeast Missouri Behavioral Health
● Staff is committed to providing people suffering from chemical dependencies, emotional
problems, psychiatric disorders and other crisis of life the most complete treatment
services in the region
● Services:
o Comprehensive Substance Abuse Treatment and Recovery (CSTAR) Program
o Outpatient Community Based Counseling Services
▪ Individuals, couples, family, and group sessions
▪ Stress related issues, grief, behavioral issues, marriage, divorce, abuse,
and other mental health issues
o Community Psychiatric Rehabilitation (CPR) Program
o Primary Recovery Stabilization Program
o Family Therapy Program
o Community Support Services
o Medication Assisted Treatment
● Contact Information:
o 573-756-5749
o https://semobh.org/
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Tender Hearts Child Therapy Center
● Specializes in working with children, teens, and their families to address a wide array of
child and teen mental health issues, as well as a variety of parenting concerns
● Services:
o Child counseling
▪ ADHD
▪ Oppositional defiant disorder
▪ Physical aggression
▪ Defiance or temper tantrums
▪ Adjustment issues
▪ School problems
▪ Physical and sexual abuse
▪ Childhood grief
▪ Loss
▪ Anxiety
▪ Sleep issues
o Family counseling
▪ Parenting skills
▪ Family communication
▪ Co-parenting
o Teen counseling
▪ Family communication issues
▪ Parent-teen relationship issues
▪ School issues
▪ Depression
▪ Low self esteem
▪ Anxiety
o Child and teen group counseling
o Parenting classes
● Contact information
o 573-218-9653
o 400 N Washington Street, Suites 116 & 204, Farmington, MO 63640
o Main Office: 2909 Independence Street, Cape Girardeau, MO 63703 (Phone: 573-
803-1402)
o http://www.tenderheartschildtherapycenter.com/#th38

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INDIVIDUAL MENTAL HEALTH PROFESSIONALS
Chris Bowman, social skills focus
● 314-966-5592
● location: 729 Cheviot, 63122
● Recommended by PS Kids families.
Jamie Carroll, Play Therapist
● 106 Four Seasons Center, Suite 103B, Chesterfield, MO 63017
● 314-651-6679
● Jamie@counselor.hush.com
● https://www.playtherapiststl.com/default.html
● Services to children dealing with: ADHD, anger, anxiety, depression, oppositional
behavior, reactive attachment disorder, school problems, trauma
● Recommended by Sensory Solutions
Kelly Caul, LCSW
● EMPOWERED Therapy, LLC
● 314-952-3199
● 7225 Manchester, 2nd floor, St. Louis, MO 63143
● Great with teen girl issues
● $120/hr individual and $60/hr group
● Recommended by PS Kids families
Dr. Jeffries Caul, psychologist
● School testing and social emotional effects disorder
● 314-800-5381
● 108 N Clay Suite 220, St. Louis, MO 63122
● Recommened by PS Kids families
Karen Hampton, PhD
● 314-432-5036
● Recommended by Sensory Solutions
Carolyn Knarr, MSW, LCSW
● Kids in the Middle
o Specializes in family and children
o Takes most major insurance companies
o 314-556-1427
o 758 Chamberlain Place, Webster groves, MO
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● Agape Christian Counseling Center
o 314-994-9344
● Recommended by PS Kids families
Dr. Bryan Sewing, child & adolescent psychiatrist
● Affiliated with Barnes-Jewish Hospital South and St. Louis Children’s Hospital
● Specializes in ADHD
● 314-432-2428
● 11709 Old Ballas Rd., Ste 103, St. Louis, MO 63141
● Recommended by PS Kids families
Maureen Taylor, counselor
● Specializes in Reactive Attachment Disorder
● 314-994-0743
● 443 N New Ballas Rd., Suite 222, Creve Coeur, MO 63141
● Recommended by PS Kids families
Dr. Theresa Villaflores, psychiatrist
● 314-206-3400
● 343 S Kirkwood Rd, #200, St. Louis, MO 63122
● takes HCUSA
Karen Wetmore, Social Skills focus
● 314-863-0232
● Location: 35 North Central
● Recommended by PS Kids families.
John Yunker, Social skills focus
● 314-427-2424
● 314-727-7266
● location: 225 South Meramec, 63105
● location 2: 2428 Woodson Road, 63114
● Recommended by PS Kids families.

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WEBSITE RESOURCES
FeelingKindaBlue.com
● Post, blog, chat and share with other young adults who are also experiencing
depression.
● Monitored by trained clinicians
Half of Us
● Resources:
o How to help a friend
o Get the facts about mental health disorders
o Find help now!
● http://www.halfofus.com/
Handbook for Survivors of Suicide
● PDF document created by the American Association of Suicidology designed to help
family and friends whom have experiences the loss of someone in their life from suicide
● http://www.suicidology.org/Portals/14/docs/Survivors/Loss%20Survivors/SOS_handboo
k.pdf
Pathways to Purpose and Hope
● Online guide to creating a sustainable suicide bereavement support program that offers
a variety of services to meet the complicated needs of survivors
● Guide was developed by fifty grieving families over a period of 30 years
● PDF:
http://nebula.wsimg.com/15316e5fda0bb3ccc2e70959156fcada?AccessKeyId=32E49E1
00796588DCEED&disposition=0&alloworigin=1
● Website with link: http://www.friendsforsurvival.org/pathways.html
SAFE Alternatives
● Nationally recognized treatment approach, professional network, and educational
resource base which is committed to achieving an end to self-injurious behavior
● (800) 366-8288
● www.selfinjury.com
TrevorSpace
● Social networking site for Lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, & questioning
(LGBTQ) youth under 25 and their friends and allies
● https://www.thetrevorproject.org/#sm.001opl4xruz8eon106o1s9iz12elu

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APP RESOURCES
Suicide Prevention App for your phone: http://www.mimhtraining.com/suicide-lifeguard/

Calm
● provides guided meditations, sleep stories, breathing programs, and relaxing music
● free

IMood Journal
● part personal journal and part mood tracker
● this app can be used to record everything from mood and symptoms, to sleep,
medications, and energy cycles

Mind Shift
● Designed specifically for teens and young adults with anxiety
● Stresses the importance of changing how you think about anxiety

What’s Up
● Helps one cope with depression, anxiety, stress, and more
● Use the positive and negative habit tracker to maintain good habits and break those
that are counterproductive
● Free

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