Annie Malone Children & Family Service Center, meets the comprehensive needs of abused, neglected, abandoned, homeless, disadvantaged children and their families in the St. Louis Metropolitan Community.
Our programs include Crisis & Emergency Placement Services that provides a safe 24 hour environment for children birth to 18 years of age with intervention measures to immediately alleviate crisis by providing emergency, shelter, food, clothing, educational needs, conflict resolution and emergency medical attention. Our Transitional and Independent Living Program provides youth between the ages of 16 and 21 housing and the necessary skills to successfully transition to becoming independent, productive adults through a series of personal training and life skills development. While offering students in grades K-12 with Individual Education Plans (IEP’s) an alternative education, our Emerson Academy Therapeutic School promotes successful learning behaviors and outcomes. The Parenting Education Classes provides an interactive instruction based environment to re-establish and promote healthy nurturing relationships between parents and children over a 10, 12, and 16 week session.
Annie’s Hope was established in 1998 to provide comprehensive support services to children, teens, and their families who are grieving the death of someone significant – at no cost to families. Our vision is to be the “go to” resource for grieving children and families in the greater St. Louis region. We offer Family Support Groups; Grief Camps – two overnight camps – Camp Courage for school age kids and Camp Erin – St. Louis for teens; School Support and Education – school based support groups, crisis intervention, school re-entry, staff and student education; Teen Retreats; Horizons – home based anticipatory grief support; Social Events – Hope and Healing Gathering; Community Resource Library; Grief Referral Service; Speakers Institute
BHR is the community’s mental health safety net, ensuring compassionate and immediate, barrier free, 24/7 access to telephonic mental health services and mobile outreach services.
BJC Behavioral Health provides and coordinates an array of mental health services for citizens residing in St. Louis City, St. Louis County, and the counties of St. Francois, Iron, and Washington, Missouri. We provide services under a variety of private contracts and health plans as well as serve as the point of entry for people eligible for services funded through the Missouri Department of Mental Health.
Bridgeway Behavioral Health’s integrated approach to treating addictive disorders (both adolescent and adult), sexual assault, and domestic violence, provides clients with a comprehensive recovery plan.
Children’s Advocacy Services of Greater St. Louis (CASGSL) is a University-based nationally accredited child advocacy center, which uses a multidisciplinary approach to provide high quality trauma-focused services to youth, families, and the community. Our purpose is to give children voices and help them heal from abuse, neglect and other types of trauma. CASGSL is affiliated with the Department of Psychology at the University of Missouri-St. Louis (UMSL), is accredited by the National Children’s Alliance (NCA), and is an active center with the National Child Traumatic Stress Network (NCTSN). CASGSL has three St. Louis area locations that provide clinical, forensic and professional training services.
Covenant House Missouri is a non-profit organization that empowers homeless, runaway and at-risk youth to live independently and become contributing members of our community. With open doors and open hearts, CHMO builds a bridge from homelessness to opportunity by providing shelter and supportive services to children and youth who are homeless or at great risk. In the spirit of open intake, services will be offered to all youth who seek help, with a priority of concern and commitment to those for whom no other service is available.
Crider Health Center has been serving the healthcare needs of individuals and families in St. Charles, Lincoln, Warren and Franklin Counties since 1979. A full range of healthcare services are available such as adult primary healthcare, behavioral healthcare for adults and children, pediatrics, and general dentistry for children and youth…all under one roof. As a Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC), Crider Health Center serves the medically underserved population,primarily those with Medicaid or without insurance.
Crider Health Center currently serves more than 56,000 residents in a four-county service area, including physical locations in St. Charles, Wentzville, Union, and Warrenton.
Good Shepherd provides foster care and residential treatment, structured transitional housing and skills training for pregnant/parenting teens, crisis services for expectant parents, and a full menu of adoption services.
Great Circle provides a continuum of behavioral treatment services for children, teens and families statewide including residential treatment homes for kids, foster care, special education/day treatment, self-injury, autism residential and family services.