Support Groups

Annie’s Hope – The Bereavement Center for Kids

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

http://www.annieshope.org
314-965-5015
annieshopekids@aol.com
Chads Coalition for Mental Health

CHADS saves young lives by advancing the awareness and prevention of suicide. Our programs include suicide prevention, bullying prevention and family support. We work with students, parents and faculty.

chadscoalition.org
(314)-952-2046
info@chadscoalition.org
DEAF Inc. (Deaf Empowerment Awareness Foundation)

Deaf Empowerment Awareness Foundation, Inc. is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization created by deaf individuals. The mission of DEAF, Inc. is to Empower, raise Awareness, and bridge a sustainable Foundation of communication and equal access to both the deaf/hard of hearing and the hearing communities in the St. Louis metro area. The organization’s primary vision is to provide services for deaf/hard of hearing, hearing individuals, and the community in the St. Louis metro area as a whole to ensure effective communication and cultural awareness. This purpose is accomplished through a meaningful unity of community outreach, training, education, advocacy, media, visual arts, and interpreting. DEAF, Inc. provides high-quality interpreting services in an effort to enable the deaf and hard of hearing to freely interact with the mainstream society.

http://deafinc.org/
314 972 3323
jshearburn@deafinc.org
Logos School

Logos School is an independent, alternative, therapeutic middle and high school in St. Louis, Missouri.  As a school we provide hope and a path to success for struggling students and their families in a safe ethical environment.  Since 1970 we have been dedicated to assisting students and their families with academic and emotional needs which have not been met in the traditional classroom setting. Logos School’s unique program consists of strong, individualized academics, innovative therapy, and parent involvement. Through education and therapy, our students gain acceptance and a promising future.

http://www.logosschool.org
314- 997-7002
mperotta@logosschool.org
Mercy Kids

Mercy Kids is a network of pediatric care dedicated to meeting the needs of every child, every day. Mercy Kids can help your child through every stage of childhood, with a network of physicians and specialists, and a complete children’s hospital in your neighborhood. One of those specialized services is Mercy Outpatient Behavioral Health Intensive Outpatient Therapy, which provides children with intensive group therapy provided by licensed professional counselors and clinical social workers, overseen by a psychiatrist.

Mercy Kids
(314) 251-6000
Share Pregnancy & Infant Loss Support

Share Pregnancy and Infant Loss Support, Inc. is dedicated to serving those whose lives are touched by the tragic death of a baby through pregnancy loss, stillbirth or in the first few months of life. We strive to set a standard of personalized perinatal bereavement care through a lifetime of support, hope and healing – one family at a time.

http://nationalshare.org/
(800) 821-6819
companion@nationalshare.org
The Women’s Safe House

The Women’s Safe House is a place of temporary refuge and support for women and their children escaping violence or abusive situations, such as domestic violence or sexual assault. The house is open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year and staffed with a 24-hour crisis line.  Our facility holds 50 to 55-beds; the largest domestic violence shelter in St. Louis. Also, we are the only agency in MO to accept male children up until the age of 18.  We also offer a 12-month aftercare program as well.

http://twsh.org/
24 Hour Crisis Line: (314) 772-4535
help@twsh.org