• Pattonville Community Resources

    • Mental Health Services

      Information and Referral 

      State law provides three principal missions for the department: (1) the prevention of mental disorders, developmental disabilities, substance abuse, and compulsive gambling; (2) the treatment, habilitation, and rehabilitation of Missourians who have those conditions; and (3) the improvement of public understanding and attitudes about mental disorders, developmental disabilities, substance abuse, and compulsive gambling.

      Suicide Prevention Lifeline-1-800-273-(TALK)8255
      BJC Behavioral Health -- Provides an array of mental health services and arranges for other supportive services allowing adults and children with mental health problems to live independently in their homes and communities. Services provided:

      Clinical case management
      Psychiatric medication services
      Psychiatric services
      Intensive in-home services for children
      Intensive in-home services for adults
      Respite services for adults
      Respite services for children

      BJC Behavioral Health Call Center and Referral Line
      phone -- 314.729.4004
      toll-free -- 877.729.4004 to access all services, except EAP
      TDD -- 314.729.4001 or toll-free -- 877.729.4001
      8 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday-Friday
      Provides community based mental health services to adults and children with severe mental illness.
      Saint Louis County's Department of Health is working with the Family Mental Health Collaborative (FMHC) to offer mental health services for residents living in Saint Louis County. Services are offered on a sliding fee scale based on family income/insurance and include crisis intervention, counseling, assessments, case/care management, psychological testing, psychiatric evaluation and medication.

      If you are a past client of the Department of Health's Family Mental Health Service or a resident of Saint Louis County who is seeking more information on mental health services, please call (314) 993-1000

      Mental Health Advocacy

      Provides education, support and advocacy for people with mental illness and their family members. Provides courses and information sessions about mental illness, as well as a helpline resource and referral service.

      email info@namistl.org

      Individual, group, and family counseling services include psychological evaluations, mental health screenings, and professional individual, group, and family therapy. These services assist individuals and families cope with, adapt to, or resolve a broad variety of stressful circumstances, such as a sudden crisis or emotional trauma.
      MO Healthnet provides behavioral and mental health services to those enrolled in Mo Healthnet insurance plans.
      Mission Statement
      To provide comprehensive support services to children, teens and their families who are grieving the death of someone significant.

      Support Programs/Services:
      Support Groups for Kids and Adults - 8 week and monthly
      Horizons - an anticipatory grief program
      Community Resource Library
      Grief Community Referral Service

      Phone: (314) 965-5015
      The Dora Project is the newest program of CHADS and is dedicated to serving families with children(primarily ages 12-22) suffering from depression or other emotional challenges. Our goal is to provide personal support and assistance in obtaining mental health and other resources for you and your child during a time of crisis. Our services are provided at no cost to the families we serve.

      Services are divided into four primary groups: Children's Services, Family Services, Foster Care Services, and Youth Services and include the following:

      Therapeutic Preschool/Day Treatment Program
      Individual/Family Therapy
      Individualized strength-based mentoring for parents involved in the social welfare system.
      parenting skills training
      Teen Parent Mentoring

      Phone: 314.534.9350.
      Provides family therapy free of charge. Therapist’s meet weekly with the family to address issues related to parenting, difficult child behaviors, and family stress. Services are provided in families’ homes and in schools for 6 to 12 weeks.

      Family Support Network:
      (314) 644-5055 phone
      (314) 644-5057 fax
      Counseling Services available
      Phone (314) 993-1000
      Kids In the Middle offers Individual, Family and Group therapy for children going through difficult transitions, including separation and divorce. Kids In the Middle also helps with blended-family issues as parents form new homes with "his, hers and ours".Services to parents include Individual Counseling and Co-Parenting Therapy (formerly called High Conflict Parent Counseling). Free Parent Groups are offered during the evenings for parents while their child is in group. Parents have an opportunity to share their experiences, feelings and coping skills with each other. They also learn about many factes of parenting while separating and divorced through discussions led by a group facilitator.

      Phone: (314) 909-9922
      Provident's Counseling Division provides a variety of counseling services. Highly qualified clinicians are on staff to counsel in individual or group settings at five locations in the St. Louis metropolitan area, including Illinois. Provident accepts most insurance plans and also offers services on a sliding fee scale. Call for Information and First Appointments at (314) 533-8200, or toll free at (800) 782-1008.

      Provident is offering FREE counseling to youth under the age of 20 and their families who reside in St. Louis County due to a grant from the St. Louis County Children’s Service Fund. We provide individual, family and group counseling
      The Child and Adolescent Services program provides assessment and treatment for a variety of conditions including childhood anxiety disorders, eating disorders, attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), oppositional defiant disorder (ODD), childhood stress and depression.

      Ages treated range from two (2) years to young adults.

      Chesterfield Location:
      Phone: 636-532-9188
      Fax: 636-532-9951
      Free Counseling for anyone who is between 13 and 24 years old, available at the SPOT any weekday (Monday - Friday) between 1pm and 5pm. Call to make an appointment.

      (314) 535-0413

      Psychiatric Services

      CenterPointe Hospital provides the following services for children, adolescents and adults:
      • Assessment
      • Crisis intervention
      • Treatment
      • Referral
      • Education
      Patients who require extensive evaluation, crisis stabilization and acute care receive inpatient treatment and/or residential care at the St. Charles facility. Those who require a less intensive level of care may receive treatment in CenterPointe's partial hospitalization or intensive outpatient programs at our three outpatient sites. Medication management and ongoing outpatient care are available at the St. Charles location's Outpatient Clinic.

      CenterPointe provides psychiatric, chemical dependency and dual diagnosis treatment for adults, and psychiatric and dual diagnosis treatment for children and adolescents.

      CenterPointe Hospital
      4801 Weldon Spring Parkway
      St. Charles, MO 63304
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