The National Queer and Trans Therapists of Color Network (NQTTCN) is a healing justice organization committed to transforming mental health for queer and trans people of color (QTPoC). We work at the intersection of movements for social justice and the field of mental health to integrate healing justice into both of these spaces. Our overall goal is to increase access to healing justice resources for QTPoC.
Phone: (314) 962-4670 | NAMI St. Louis is an organization of families, friends and individuals whose lives have been affected by mental illness. Together, we advocate for better lives for those individuals who have a mental illness, and we offer support, education and advocacy as we do so.
Phone: (314) 977-2505 | The Center for Counseling and Family Therapy provides affordable counseling and outreach services to empower people to face life's tasks with confidence. Counseling services are available to anyone in need within the Saint Louis University community and throughout the metropolitan St. Louis area.
Phone: (314) 531-1770 | ALM Hopewell Center provides comprehensive mental health services to children and adults in the northern and central parts of the City of St. Louis and North St. Louis City. A professional mental health staff serves a growing caseload of 4,000 clients, of which greater than ninety-five percent are chronically mentally ill and suffering from major psychiatric disorders.
Phone: (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.
Phone: (314) 516-5824 | The Community Psychological Service (CPS) is a not-for-profit outpatient mental health center at the University of Missouri-St. Louis that provides psychological services to residents and organizations across the St. Louis metropolitan area. Since 1977, our staff have striven to promote excellence in the psychological treatment and evaluation services we provide to the community. CPS offers high-quality behavioral health services based on the most recent scientific advances in mental health.
Warm line (weekdays 9 AM-5:30 PM): (314) 952-8274 | CHADS is a 501(c)(3) organization offering Signs of Suicide®, Family Support, and Social Emotional Well-being programs to advance the awareness and prevention of depression and suicide. Aside from providing adolescents and young adults ages 25 and under with counseling services and educational programs, we also serve parents, educators, and community members with resources, presentations, and more to provide a holistic and proactive approach to mental illness and bullying.
Phone: (314) 977-1250 | 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.
Phone: (314) 469-6644 | Behavioral Health Response provides crisis support, telephone counseling, and mental health resources 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Phone: (314) 529-1391 | At Avenues Counseling, we offer avenues of care to our community for those seeking healing from the pains of life, as well as those seeking personal growth. We exist to offer you a safe, trustworthy place to ask difficult questions, share your life story, and walk with you as you seek restoration.
Phone: (314) 531-0120 | The Annie Malone Children & Family Service Center first opened its doors in 1888 as the St. Louis Colored Orphan’s Home. Helping St. Louis families for more than a century, the agency today has grown into a multi-service center in the community, addressing social and education needs of children and families in crisis and at-risk throughout St. Louis.
Phone: (314) 935-6555 | The Washington University Psychological Service Center is an outpatient mental health clinic within the Department of Psychological & Brain Sciences in the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences. This treatment facility, which was established in 1972, provides training opportunities for advanced doctoral students in the clinical psychology program as well as low-cost treatment options for members of the St. Louis community. Confidential services are available to adolescents, adults, and couples in the greater St. Louis area.
Phone: (314) 898-1700 | For more than 100 years, Affinia Healthcare has been providing primary and preventive health services to the residents of St. Louis. Our fundamental goal is to ensure our neighbors a balanced, healthy future and access to quality care.
Phone: (314) 747-7491 | At BJC Behavioral Health, we recognize that behavioral health is essential to your well-being. We deliver services that are primarily community-based and coordinate with a variety of agencies and resources in the community. Our mission is to improve the mental health and well-being of the people and communities we serve who are impacted by mental illness.