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.
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.
ECH provides open and secure residential care; transitional and independent living programs; specialized residential and educational services for males with co-occurring mental retardation/developmental disabilities; special education services for students with behavioral difficulties and more.
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.
Lutheran Family & Children’s Services offers solution-focused services for families through counseling, respite care, pregnancy counseling and case management with the goal of achieving a healthy and stable home environment.
Marygrove offers services to children and families who have severe emotional and psychiatric problems. Services offered run the spectrum of crisis programs to transitional/independent living programs.
An affiliate of Missouri Baptist Children’s Home.Services in the St. Louis area: therapeutic family foster care, pregnancy services (residential and in-home services), family preservation services, family resource development (foster/adoptive/relative/kinship services), family foster care, transitional living programs (group homes and scattered sites), and residential services for female victims of human trafficking.
Since 1965, the National Council on Alcoholism & Drug Abuse – St. Louis Area has been known as the region’s primary provider of substance abuse and violence prevention programs. NCADA strives to create a community free of alcohol, tobacco and other drug abuse, addiction, and related problems. We do this by providing in-school prevention education, community awareness, advocacy, individual assessments, initial counseling, treatment referrals, and family support. In 2013 we helped more than 120,000 people including 65,000 youth in Missouri’s Eastern Region of St. Louis City and County and St. Charles, Lincoln, Franklin, Warren and Jefferson Counties.