Community Resources & Social Services

Resources for everyone during these turbulent times.

Legal Resources / Utility Information

Legal Services Statement on COVID-19 Precautions

PLEASE NOTE THAT ALL LEGAL SERVICES COMMUNITY EVENTS HAVE BEEN CANCELLED THROUGH 4/3/2020.

IMPORTANT UPDATES ABOUT LOCAL COURT CLOSURES:

Many Missouri courts have announced closures or issued communications about COVID-19 measures.

CHECK THIS LINK TO REVIEW DETAILS NOW:  https://www.courts.mo.gov/page.jsp?id=151673

CLICK HERE to read the statement from the Missouri Supreme Court about suspending all in-person proceedings through April 3, 2020.

Note that emergency proceedings, and those granting personal and public safety WILL STILL BE CONDUCTED.

Many utilities companies have issued a stop on disconnections as below:

  • Ameren Missouri – Ameren is suspending service disconnections and forgiving late payment fees. Customers who are having difficulty paying their bill can contact Ameren Missouri’s customer care team by using this link: https://www.ameren.com/missouriAmeren has partnered with the United Way of Greater St. Louis to create the Coronavirus Income Relief Program that will offer $500,000 in energy assistance funds to customers experiencing financial hardships caused by the coronavirus response. Ameren Missouri customers with an active account can apply for $250 toward payment on their account. You do not have to be past due on your Ameren bill to apply or qualify. The United Way will determine eligibility. Must be 250% of poverty level or below and be an hourly-wage worker who has lost hours. DETAILS HERE

APPLICATION FORM HERE

  • Spire (gas) – Spire is suspending disconnects and late fees until May 1 for residential and business customers. If impacted by the Coronavirus and need help with your natural gas service or bill contact Spire via this link https://www.spireenergy.com/contact-us
    If you have an appointment or natural gas emergency, we’re encouraging our technicians to maintain social distancing of at least six feet at all times. More info can be found at this link; https://www.spireenergy.com/coronavirus
  • Missouri American Water – placing a moratorium and discontinuing service shut offs at this time. Missouri American Water will begin the restoration of service to previously shut-off customers. The restoration may take some time. if your service has been turned off, prior to March 12, 2020, Missouri American will re-start service. Link to more info: https://amwater.com/moaw/
  • City of St. Louis Water Division – Mayor Krewson ordered the City of St. Louis Water Division to stop all water shutoffs for the next 60 days. This action will allow residents and businesses to maintain a clean water source for personal hygiene and cleaning efforts. https://www.stlouis-mo.gov/…/city-latest-actions-covid-19-0…

Mental Health Resources

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1-800-273-TALK (8255)
www.suicidepreventionlifeline.org/

TEXT:  741741​
www.crisistextline.org
Connect with a Crisis Counselor, a real-life human being trained to bring texters from a hot moment to a cool calm through active listening and collaborative problem solving. Visit their website for more information. They are training volunteers to become counselors.

800-SUICIDE: 800-784-2433
24-Hour Local Help Line: 636-946-3771
Mental Health/ COVID-19 Coping Support:

  • A Health and Wellness Center in Kirkwood is offering free telehealth counseling sessions to anyone that is struggling through this hard time. Anxiety, OCD, depression and more are hard enough to deal with, you shouldn’t feel trapped in your own homes with no one to talk to as well. Feel free to message me or email me, Marsha Bradford, at [email protected].    www.diversifiedhwc.com
  • Telehealth Counseling: Melissa Douglas, Goal Driven Counseling, LLC- Florissant, Missouri 63033- 314-207-4028 (accepts Medicaid)  www.goaldrivencounseling.com/
  • Call the Alzheimer’s Association’s toll-free 24/7 Helpline at 800-272-3900 or go to Alzheimer’s Association
  • SSM Mom’s Virtual Support Group: Please call 314-768-MOMS (6667)

UNITED WAY 2-1-1

United Way 2-1-1 is your 24/7 connection to agencies and resources near you. Serving United Way of Greater St. Louis’ service area and the entire state of Missouri, United Way 2-1-1 connects people to services that help them live their best possible lives – from basic needs to childcare to disaster relief to counseling.

https://helpingpeople.org/united-way-2-1-1/

To get connected to a certified resource specialist, simply dial 2-1-1 from a cell or 1-800-427-4626 from a landline phone (TTY 1-866-385-6525).

ADAPT of Missouri
2301 Hampton Ave.  63139
4030 Chouteau Ave.  63110
www.adaptusa.com   888-657-3201
ADAPT of Missouri provides individual therapy, community support and psycho-social rehabilitation for adults living with mental illness. After hours-on-call.

AGAPE CHRISTIAN COUNSELING SERVICE
www.agapeccs.com   314-994-9344
Provides affordable, professional Christian counseling and mental health services for the St. Louis metro area and its surrounding counties. Locations in Olivette, South County, Florissant, and Lake St. Louis.

ALTERNATIVE BEHAVIORAL CARE
255 Spencer Rd., Suite 101 St. Peters  63376

www.alternativebehavioralcare.com   636-477-6111
Children, adolescent and adult mental health and substance abuse programs that include medication assisted therapy, as well as individual and group approaches and intensive outpatient programs.

ANNIE MALONE CHILDREN & FAMILY CENTER
2612 Annie Malone Dr.  63113
www.anniemalone.com   314-531-0120 or 314-531-2612
Parenting education, self-help, counseling and more.

AVENUES COUNSELING
1612 S. Big Bend Blvd.  63117
www.avenuescounselingcenter.org   314-529-1391
Provides a full range of counseling services, regardless of ability to pay. Fees based on a sliding scale are available. Articles and information regarding behavioral health topics may be found on their website.

BEHAVIORAL HEALTH RESPONSE (BHR)
www.bhrstl.org   24 hour Crisis Lines 314-469-6644 or 800-811-4760
Missouri Crisis Hotlines BHR provides the ACI crisis hotline and mobile outreach services.

BILINGUAL INTERNATIONAL ASSISTANCE SERVICES
1329 Macklind Ave,. Suite 200 63110
www.bilingualstl.org 314-645-7800
Mental health and social services to the elderly and disabled foreign born. Provides trauma-informed mental health services for immigrant and refugee youth. Legal services Include counseling, case management, translation/interpretation services, and referrals. Serves as Affordable Care Act ACA Navigator.

BJC BEHAVIORAL HEALTH
1430 Olive St., Suite 500 63103
www.bjcbehavioralhealth.org   314-729-4004 toll-free: 877-729-4004
After hours: 314-469-6644 or toll-free 800-811-4760

Monday-Friday 8:00am-5:00pm.

OTHER LOCATIONS:
North
3165 McKelvey Road, Suite 200
Bridgeton  63044-2550
314-206-3900

Northeast
11125 Dunn Rd., Suite 201  63136
314-953-8400

South
11102 Lindbergh Business Court  63123-7810
314-206-3400

Southeast
1085 Maple St.
Farmington  63640-1955
573-756-5353

BRIDGEWAY BEHAVIORAL HEALTH (Several Locations)
www.bridgewaybh.com   Main number: 866-758-1152
St. Louis City Center  314-535-5246
St. Charles Center  636-757-2300 

​CLICK HERE for a page that lists all of their locations.
Medically-Assisted Detoxification. Comprehensive services in the areas of addiction, sexual assault, domestic violence, recovery, mental health, adolescent outpatient. Located in St. Louis, St. Charles, and Lincoln Counties. Their comprehensive website gives phone numbers, maps, locations information about service.

CARE AND COUNSELING
Four locations
www.careandcounseling.org   314-878-4340
Nonprofit mental heath provider with locations in St. Louis County and City,  listed on website.  Counseling services to individuals, youth, couples and families. Employee assistance program and spiritual direction.. Sliding scale fees for services for those who qualify.

CASA de SALUD MENTAL HEALTH COLLABORATIVE
1015 S. Compton     63104
www.casadesaludstl.org   314-977-1240 
Provides high-quality clinical and mental health care to the uninsured, with a special focus on the immigrant community. The Mental Health Collaborative features low-cost counseling services, provided by a variety of on-site partners. Therapists  work with adults, children, individuals, couples, families, and groups of all languages.

CENTER FOR LIFE SOLUTIONS
9144 Pershall Rd, Hazelwood   63042
www.centerforlifesolutions.org   314-731-0100 or  314-731-4136
Medication-assisted/Methadone and counseling-based treatments. Medical evaluations in addition to individual and family therapy for state funded, Medicaid, and private pay patients.

CENTER FOR SURVIVORS OF TORTURE & WAR TRAUMA has joined BILINGUAL INTERNATIONAL ASSISTANCE SERVICES
www.bilingualstl.org   314-645-7800 ext 200
In 2016, Bilingual International welcomed two long-time partner agencies: the Center for Survivors of Torture and War Trauma and the Places for People Faith Team. These recent additions have enhanced the agency’s service portfolio – especially to refugees and survivors of state-sanctioned torture. Primarily mental health services.
Call BILINGUAL INTERNATIONAL to begin the Intake process:  314-645-7800 ext 200

CENTREPOINTE HOSPITAL AND OUTPATIENT CLINICS
St. Charles: 4801 Weldon Spring Parkway 63304
St. Louis City: 1430 Olive St.   63103

www.centerpointehospital.com   800-345-5407 
Call this number for information more locations. Residential and outpatient mental health and substance abuse treatment.

CHADS COALITION (for Mental Health)
4121 Union Rd., Suite 224    63129
www.chadscoalition.org  314-952-2046
Listing of mental health resources, including a PDF that may be printed out and numerous links to other websites. Variety of suicide and bullying prevention programs, including SOS (Signs of Suicide). The organization was formed after a local couple lost their son to suicide in 2004.

CLINICAL TRIALS
www.ClinicalTrials.gov
Provides an easy-to-use “search by state” function that provides regularly updated information about federally and privately supported clinical research in human volunteers. ClinicalTrials.gov gives you information about a trial’s purpose, who may participate, locations, and phone numbers for more details. The information provided on ClinicalTrials.gov should be used in conjunction with advice from health care professionals. Before searching, you may want to learn more about clinical trials.

CLINICAL TRIALS IN THE ST. LOUIS AREA
Mental Health Related

www.mha-em.org/resources/clinical-trials-st-louis.html

COMMUNITY PSYCHOLOGICAL SERVICES (at UMSL)
232 Stadler Hall, One University Blvd.  63121
www.umsl.edu/services/cps   314-516-5824 
Outpatient mental health center established by the University of Missouri-St. Louis to provide affordable psychological services to residents of the St. Louis metropolitan area.

COMPASS HEALTH NETWORK
Formerly Crider Health Centers

www.compasshealthnetwork.org/   636-332-6000 or 1-800-574-2422
Nonprofit health care organization that provides a full continuum of behavioral health services as well as primary and dental health services throughout Missouri. Many locations.

COMPREHENSIVE  BEHAVIORAL HEALTH CENTER
505 South 8th St., East St. Louis, IL  62201

www.cbhc1.org/    618-482-7330 (Office)
Mental health and substance abuse treatment, rehabilitative and social support on a twenty-four hour basis. Works with Alton Mental Health Center.

COMTREA
www.comtrea.org   636-931-2700
Several Jefferson County and South County locations. Substance abuse treatment services, psychiatric services, individual and group therapy, special programs for domestic violence, and 24 hour crisis services. Physical and mental health.

CONSUMER OPERATED SERVICE PROVIDER (MENTAL HEALTH)
CLICK HERE for locations of peer-run service drop in center programs  operated by mental health consumers and emphasize self-help as their operational approach.

COUNSELING AND SOCIAL ADVOCACY CENTER @ UMSL
Ward E. Barnes building,
1 University Blvd, St. Louis, MO 63121
www.csac.umsl.edu   314-516-4613
Affordable counseling services, including couples, family, individual counseling, groups and play therapy.

CREVE COEUR COMMUNITY COUNSELING
9666 Olive Blvd  63132   Suites 205 and 330
www.cccastl.com   314-991-0100
Starting at $25 per 50 minute session.  Founded to provide low-cost, affordable counseling.
Provided by graduate counseling interns under supervision, as well as independent professionals.

CRISIS TEXT LINE: Text “GO” to 741-741
www.crisistextline.org
Crisis Text Line serves young people (and others) in any type of crisis, providing  access to free, 24/7, emotional support and information. A live, trained specialist receives the text and responds quickly.

DEPARTMENT OF MENTAL HEALTH
www.dmh.mo.gov
The Department of Mental Health website includes numerous resources on crisis intervention, drug and alcohol abuse, developmental disabilities, and more.

EPICS COUNSELING
Northwest Executive Centre
11520 St. Charles Rock Rd.,  Suite 103, Bridgeton  63044
www.epicscounseling.com   314-409-8606
Individual, group and family therapy in addition to training, and court ordered classes, and substance abuse evaluations. Cash and credit cards, sliding fee scale, accepts all medicaid providers and private insurance.

EPWORTH CHILDREN AND FAMILY SERVICES
110 N Elm Ave.  Webster Groves, MO 63119
www.epworth.org  314-918-3301
Comprehensive treatment programs, including residential, outreach, foster care case management, independent living options, and more. The FAMILY SUPPORT NETWORK offers free weekly, in-home family therapy to families parenting children 13 and younger (or under 18 if the child has a qualifying disability).

FAMILY MENTAL HEALTH COLLABORATIVE
314-993-1000
FMHC is a collaboration of non-profit mental health organizations with offices located throughout Saint Louis County. FMHC’s primary focus is on meeting the mental health needs of children, adults and elderly in Saint Louis County. Services are offered on a sliding fee scale. FMHC Agencies include: BJC Behavioral Health, Catholic Family Services, Jewish Family & Children’s Service, Lutheran Family & Children’s Services and Provident Counseling.

FAMILY FORWARD
Formerly Family Resource Center
3309 South Kingshighway  63139
www.frcmo.org   314-534-9350
Prevention and treatment of all forms of child abuse and neglect. Recently united with Children’s Home Society of Missouri. Family-centered therapeutic, educational, and support services. Coverage now in St Louis City, St. Louis, Jefferson, St. Charles and Franklin Counties.

FIRST RESPONDERS SUICIDE PREVENTION
NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY COUNSELING SERVICES

www.counseling.northwestern.edu/blog/first-responders-suicide-help/
Resources, information, advice and more.

GIFT OF VOICE
903 N. 2nd St., Ste. B   Edwardsville, Illinois  62025
www.giftofvoice.com
Gift of Voice is a mental health and trauma recovery training center and Consumer Operated Service Provider (COSP) specializing in customized health and wellness trainings. Office hours by appointment.

GRACE HILL CLINIC AT ST. PATRICK CENTER
www.gracehill.org  314-898-1987
Provides medical services. Also may be able to help refill medications if you have medication sheet or bottles showing psychotropic prescription until you are able to get established and seen at Hopewell for medication. You must call to schedule an appointment. No walk ins.

HAWTHORN CHILDREN’S PSYCHIATRIC HOSPITAL
1901 Pennsylvania Ave.  63133
www.dmh.mo.gov/hcph  314-512-7800  314-512-7593 (TTY)
A children’s psychiatric hospital that is owned and operated by the Missouri Department of Mental Health. Average length of stay is 6-9 months.

HOPEWELL MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES
909 North 14th Street   63106 (Recently moved from South Grand location)

www.hopewellcenter.com    314-531-1770 Emergency: 314-531-7335
Provides mental health case management and psychiatric services. On site pharmacy for prescription medications. No walk-ins. Must make appointment

HYLAND BEHAVIORAL HEALTH CENTER
St. Anthony’s Medical Center

10018 Kennerly Road .  63128
314-525-7275
Services are provided by 
Mercy Hospital South
Mercy’s Hyland Behavioral Health Center provides education, prevention and treatment services for psychiatric illness and chemical dependency covering patients of all ages – from kids to older adults.

INDEPENDENCE CENTER
Clubhouse: 4245 Forest Park Ave. 63108  314-533-4245
Membership, Screening and Enrollment: 314-533-4163
Midwest Psychiatry and Community Care: 4219 Laclede Ave. 63108
www.independencecenter.org
Assists adults with serious, persistent mental illnesses to live and work in the community.

INFANT LOSS RESOURCES (Formerly SIDS)
Grief Support: 1-800-421-3511

1120 South Sixth Street, Suite 500  63104
314-241-SIDS (7437)
www.infantlossresources.org
A not-for-profit network that connects people to programs, services and information relating to SUID (which includes SIDS and other sleep related losses) in Missouri , Southern  Illinois and Kansas.

JEWISH FAMILY AND CHILDREN’S SERVICE
10950 Schuetz Rd.  63146

www.jfcs-stl.org  314-993-1000
JF&CS provides therapy, counseling and an assortment of programs for adults and children with a full range of emotional and behavioral issues. Fees are based on a sliding scale and available to all.

KARLA SMITH FOUNDATION
14 Park Place, Suite B, Swansea, IL  62226
www.karlasmithbehavioralhealth.org/   618-624-5771
Services to family members and friends of those affected by mental illness and suicide. Also, support groups for families coping with suicide grief. Peer-to-peer coaching, educational materials, public awareness events, local resource directory, financial aid.

KEYSTONE  MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES
At Our Little Haven
4326 Lindell Blvd  63108
www.ourlittlehaven.org    314-533-2229
A mental health practice that assesses and treats mental/behavioral health disorders in adults and children, in addition to community education and training. Provides treatment in mood disorders (depression, bipolar disorders); attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder; anxiety and trauma-related disorders; school and relationship problems; attachment; loss/grief; and diagnostic clarification. Several sources of funding and payment options, including Medicaid, private insurance, city and county Children’s Services Funds, and sliding fee scale.

KIDS UNDER TWENTY ONE
www.kuto.org   888-644-5886  314-644-5886
The KUTO Crisis Helpline is the only hotline in St. Louis staffed entirely by trained youth volunteers. Callers are assured they will talk with someone who knows what it’s like to be a young person.  Call  in the local calling area, or  from elsewhere. This is not a 24/7 line. If you need to speak with a crisis specialist when the KUTO line is not in service, take advantage of the other crisis lines.

KRISTIN BROOKS HOPE CENTER
www.hopeline.com   800-SUICIDE (800-784-2433) 
Call from anywhere in the country and get connected to the suicide prevention hotline closest to you.
Website offers online crisis intervention through chat format.

LIFE CRISIS SERVICES at Provident, Inc.
www.providentstl.org/Services/LifeCrisis.aspx   314-647-4357
Phones are answered 24/7 by trained volunteers

LIFEQUEST CHRISTIAN COUNSELING
203 Dunn Rd., Florissant  63031
www.lqccs.org   314-830-9970
Not-for-profit professional counseling agency staffed by licensed pastoral counselors and professional counselors, using scriptural and psychological approaches. Major insurance plans accepted, sliding scale fee schedule available.

LIFEWISE (Formerly Kingdom House)
1321 South 11th St.  63104

www.lifewisestl.org  314-421-0400
Wrap-Around Maternal Mental Health Program focuses on therapeutic intervention for new or pregnant Latina mothers who are at a high risk of depression or anxiety, any mother planning for maternity leave and any mother who is at an increased risk for infant mortality.

MENTAL HEALTH AMERICA OF EASTERN MISSOURI
1905 S. Grand Blvd.  63104      
www.mha-em.org   314-773-1399
Resources, programs, support groups, seminars, advocacy, recent research findings and much more. The organization does not conduct clinical trials, but has compiled a resource list for those considering participation. For clinical trials in the St. Louis area, click here. They also offer PAYEE SERVICES to manage SSI or SSDI benefits. Call for more information or visit their comprehensive website.

MENTAL HEALTH FIRST AID
www.mentalhealthfirstaid.org   314-877-6458
A series of courses, both on-line and in a classroom setting, that helps the public identify, understand, and respond to signs of suicidality,  mental illnesses and substance use disorders.

MERCY PROFESSIONAL SERVICES, INC.
8420 Delmar Blvd., Suite 209  63124

Mercy Professional   314-993-8818
Sliding scale counseling down to $1 for adults and teens and sometimes for children, always for families and couples. Operating within the values and mission of the Sisters of Mercy.

METROPOLITAN PSYCHIATRIC CENTER
5351 Delmar Blvd.  63112
www.dmh.mo.gov/mpc   314-877-0501
Diagnostic and treatment psychiatric care services. Acute forensic psychiatric inpatient services.

MILLENNIUM IOP  (Intensive Outpatient Program)
10199 Woodfield Ln, Suite 55
St. Louis, MO 63132
www.millenniumiop.com   314-222-0610
An intensive group outpatient program designed for rapid help for such conditions as
anxiety, PTSD, bipolar disorder, severe depression, substance abuse, and more.
​Most are in the program from 3 to 12 weeks.

MISSOURI COALITION AGAINST DOMESTIC AND SEXUAL VIOLENCE (MCADSV)
www.mocadsv.org
Information and resources to support survivors in Missouri.

MISSOURI INSTITUTE OF MENTAL HEALTH (State Hospital)
5400 Arsenal St.  63139

www.dmh.mo.gov/slprc  314-877-6401

NATIONAL ALLIANCE ON MENTAL ILLNESS (NAMI)
www.nami.org
Crisis intervention team programs and more.

NAMI ST LOUIS
National Alliance on Mental Illness

1810 Craig Rd, Ste 124 .  Maryland Heights, MO 63146
www.namistl.org   314-962-4670 (St. Louis Helpline)
Crisis Hotline 800-811-4760
NAMI Helpline  800-950-6264
or TEXT NAMI to 741741

The nation’s largest grassroots mental health organization.  Information, resources, crisis intervention training, and services.
This link will take you to resources and suggestions on agencies that provide treatment
on a sliding scale basis.
www.namistl.org/mental-health-services-get-treatment-cant-afford/
And below is a link to some area support groups, including opioid use, suicide survival, and depression.
www.namistl.org/support-groups/local-support-groups/

NATIONAL HOPELINE NETWORK
www.hopeline.com Hotline: 800-SUICIDE
Offers hope and advice to those in deep emotional pain considering suicide.

PLACES FOR PEOPLE
4130 Lindell Blvd.  63108

www.placesforpeople.org   314-535-5600
Crisis Line 1-800-811-4760

Provides care and cost-effective services to people with mental health disorders, including assistance with medication and substance use. Outpatient services for substance use disorder or mental health disorder, which includes psychiatry and/or therapy; and Case management services for substance use disorder and/or mental health disorders. The individual treatment plan may include psychiatry, therapy, and care coordination. Housing services are no longer available.
PLACES FOR PEOPLE WELCOME CENTER
Welcome Center walk-in hours are available Monday through Friday, 8:30-11 a.m.
and 1-3 p.m. Appointments may be scheduled by calling 314-615-9105, Ext. 348.

PROVIDENT COUNSELING
www.providentstl.org/   314-533-8200 for appointments
Provident provides counseling services at five locations throughout greater St. Louis area including Fairview Heights, Illinois. Works with ex-offenders.

ST. FRANCIS COMMUNITY SERVICES SOUTHSIDE CENTER
4222 Delor St.  63116
www.sfcsstl.org 314-773-6100
(Formerly Catholic Charities Community Services Southside Center). Focuses on immigrant communities, offering case management, bi-lingual mental health counseling, and youth programming, immigration and family law.

ST. LOUIS REGIONAL PSYCHIATRIC STABILIZATION CENTER (PSC)
5355 Delmar Blvd.  63112

http://www.stlpsc.org   314-932-7110
Psychiatric hospital located in the Metropolitan Psychiatric Center facility on Delmar Blvd. PSC operates a 25-bed acute psychiatric inpatient unit for patients who need stabilization during a mental health crisis. PSC currently accepts transfers from local Emergency Departments and appropriate 9-1-1 transports by the St. Louis Fire Department. Also provides intake and triage services.

SAINT LOUIS COUNSELING
4445 Lindell Blvd.  63108

www.ccstl.org/organizations/saint-louis-counseling/   314-367-5500
Professional counseling and psychiatric services.or families and children of all backgrounds. Operates eight offices throughout the area, in addition to its School Partnership Program (SPP),which provides onsite services to students at more than 100 schools as well as children who are homeless living at area shelters. Operated by Catholic Charities.

SCHIELE CLINIC
St. Louis Psychoanalytic Institute
8820 Ladue Rd., 3rd Floor  63124
314-361-7075 Ext. 444
For services in Spanish: 314-361-7075 ext. 616
www.stlpi.org
A community resource for high quality, in-depth psychotherapy. In-depth assessment and treatment methods and resources.services for families and individuals offered on a sliding-fee scale.

SHAMROCK CLUB DAY TREATMENT PROGRAM AT ST. PATRICK CENTER
800 N. Tucker  63101
www.stpatrickcenter.org ​  314-802-0700
Membership privileges available, including breakfast, lunch, showers, phones, mail, laundry, referrals. Mental health and substance abuse treatment.

SIBLING SUPPORT NETWORK
www.siblingsupportnetwork.org
To promote awareness about the trauma, toxic stress, and other mental, emotional, physical, spiritual, and financial challenges people endure following the loss of a blood related or fictive kin sibling to violence. Click HERE for their SUPPORT GUIDE and visit the website for events and more information.

SLIDING SCALE COUNSELING CENTERS
Provident Counseling: 314-533-8200
Lutheran Family Services: 314-787-5100
Step by Step Counseling, St. Charles: 636-255-0002
Schiele Clinic: 314-361-7075

SOCIAL WORK LICENSE MAP–Mental Health Resources List
www.socialworklicensemap.com
Comprehensive list of resources for a range of mental health issues. Diagnostic tools, research portals, government organizations, nonprofits, blogs, and phone hotlines and more.

SOUTH CITY COUNSELING
2715 Cherokee  63118
www.southcitycounselingstl.com   314-495-0585
Mental health and rehabilitative counseling, various modalities. Insurance and sliding scale.

ST. LOUIS CENTER FOR FAMILY DEVELOPMENT
3250 Hampton Ave.  63139
www.stlcfd.com   314-531-115
Trauma-informed evidence-based mental health services to individuals and families. STLCFD provides outpatient therapy, including Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), Community-Based Crisis Stabilization Services and organizational trainings. ​

ST. LOUIS EMPOWERMENT CENTER
Depression Bipolar Support Alliance (DBSA)
1908 Olive St. 63103

314-652-6100 Friendship Line: 866-525-1442
www.dbsaempowerment.org  
A drop-in center for mental health and substance abuse recovery self-help meetings. Open 365 days a year 9:00 am-3:00pm. Lunch daily. Many support groups, programs and employment classes.

STEP BY STEP COUNSELING
2081 Collier Corporate Parkway, St. Charles  63303
www.stepbystepcounseling.com   636-255-0002
Individual and group counseling for children, adolescents and adults. Wide range of specialties. Insurance accepted and sliding scale fees available.

TMS INSTITUTE OF AMERICA
10420 Old Olive Street Rd Suite 104
Creve Coeur, MO 63141
www.tmshelps.com     314-736-5999 
Transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) is a noninvasive procedure that uses magnetic fields to stimulate nerve cells in the brain to improve the symptoms of depression. Covered by most insurance plans. Website provides information about services and treatment for depression and other conditions.

THE TREVOR PROJECT
www.thetrevorproject.org ​Trevor Lifeline at 866-488-7386
National organization providing crisis intervention and suicide prevention services to lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and questioning (LGBTQ) young people ages 13-24. Chat and text options available.

WALTER’S WALK
737 Dunn Road

Hazelwood, MO  63042
www.walterswalk.com  314-731-2433
Provides integrated mental health services to children and adults who have experienced trauma, depression and anxiety, regardless of ability to pay.

WASHINGTON EARLY RECOGNITION CENTER
4444 Forest Park Ave.    63110
www.werc.wustl.edu/    314-362-6952 
New within the Department of Psychiatry at Washington University School of Medicine. Provides comprehensive mental health care and resources to 13-25 year old adolescents and young adults who show signs of being in a prodromal stage of psychosis or within the first three years of onset of a psychotic disorder. Clinic services are free of charge.

WELL SPRING RESOURCES
2615 Edwards Street
Alton, IL 62002   618-462-2331
www.wellspringresources.co   Crisis Line: 618-465-4388
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Legal Services Statement on COVID-19 Precautions

PLEASE NOTE THAT ALL LEGAL SERVICES COMMUNITY EVENTS HAVE BEEN CANCELLED THROUGH 4/3/2020.

IMPORTANT UPDATES ABOUT LOCAL COURT CLOSURES:

Many Missouri courts have announced closures or issued communications about COVID-19 measures.

CHECK THIS LINK TO REVIEW DETAILS NOW:  https://www.courts.mo.gov/page.jsp?id=151673

CLICK HERE to read the statement from the Missouri Supreme Court about suspending all in-person proceedings through April 3, 2020.

Note that emergency proceedings, and those granting personal and public safety WILL STILL BE CONDUCTED.

Many utilities companies have issued a stop on disconnections as below:

  • Ameren Missouri – Ameren is suspending service disconnections and forgiving late payment fees. Customers who are having difficulty paying their bill can contact Ameren Missouri’s customer care team by using this link: https://www.ameren.com/missouriAmeren has partnered with the United Way of Greater St. Louis to create the Coronavirus Income Relief Program that will offer $500,000 in energy assistance funds to customers experiencing financial hardships caused by the coronavirus response. Ameren Missouri customers with an active account can apply for $250 toward payment on their account. You do not have to be past due on your Ameren bill to apply or qualify. The United Way will determine eligibility. Must be 250% of poverty level or below and be an hourly-wage worker who has lost hours. DETAILS HEREAPPLICATION FORM HERE
  • Spire (gas) – Spire is suspending disconnects and late fees until May 1 for residential and business customers. If impacted by the Coronavirus and need help with your natural gas service or bill contact Spire via this link https://www.spireenergy.com/contact-us
    If you have an appointment or natural gas emergency, we’re encouraging our technicians to maintain social distancing of at least six feet at all times. More info can be found at this link; https://www.spireenergy.com/coronavirus
  • Missouri American Water – placing a moratorium and discontinuing service shut offs at this time. Missouri American Water will begin the restoration of service to previously shut-off customers. The restoration may take some time. if your service has been turned off, prior to March 12, 2020, Missouri American will re-start service. Link to more info: https://amwater.com/moaw/
  • City of St. Louis Water Division – Mayor Krewson ordered the City of St. Louis Water Division to stop all water shutoffs for the next 60 days. This action will allow residents and businesses to maintain a clean water source for personal hygiene and cleaning efforts. https://www.stlouis-mo.gov/…/city-latest-actions-covid-19-0…