Behavioral Health Resources
The resources in this section can help those who are struggling with shelter, housing, food insecurity, mental health, domestic violence or substance use.
For Immediate Assistance
In an emergency, call 911.
If you are having a mental health crisis, please know that you’re not alone. You can call the National Suicide Prevention lifeline 24 hours a day and talk to someone who will help you.
Call 988 or 1-800-273-8255
Reach out for help if your partner or someone in your life is hurting you, threatening you or making you feel afraid.
If you are struggling with using substances such as opioids, alcohol or other drugs, you can contact The T STL, a harm reduction program for people at risk for overdose.
Call or text 314-474-5707
Walk into the clinic at 5874 Delmar Blvd, 63112
Call 211 (United Way) if you are in immediate need of shelter for the night.