Mental Health Help
If you are in the City of St. Louis and struggling with a mental health issue, these resources can help.
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
Amanda Luckett Murphy Hopewell Center
Provides comprehensive mental health services to children and adults.
- Crisis intervention services
- Medication services
- Case management
- Psychiatric rehabilitation
Website: Amanda Luckett Murphy Hopewell Center
Behavioral Health Network
Leading behavioral health planning and coordination through shared responsibility, accountability, transparency, inclusiveness, mutual respect and racial equity.
- Community based mental health services
- Substance use services
- Crisis counseling programs
Website: Behavioral Health Network
BHR (Behavioral Health Response)
Professionally staffed 24/7 telephone hotline and mobile outreach assessment services for mental health crises.
- Crisis hotline: 988 or 314-469-6644
- Mental health resources
- Youth support
- Justice and crisis response unit
- Intimate partner violence
Website: BHR (Behavioral Health Response)
BJC Behavioral Health
To improve the mental health and well-being of the people and communities we serve who are impacted by mental illness.
- Adult and youth services
- Substance use treatment services
- Residential services
Phone: 314-747-7491 or 877-729-4004
Website: BJC Behavioral Health
The Independence Center Health Group provides psychiatric care from Washington University psychiatrists, nurse practitioners, and a telepsychiatrist.
- After hours crisis hotline: 314-469-0620
- Treatment planning
- Medication management
- Individual and group counseling
NAMI (National Alliance on Mental Illness)
Provides advocacy, education, support and public awareness for individuals and families affected by mental illness.
- Mental illness counseling
- Mental health medication
- Psychosocial treatment
Website: NAMI (National Alliance on Mental Illness)
Places for People
Dedicated to shining a light on the road to recovery for those experiencing the toughest cases of mental health and substance use disorder.
- 24/7 crisis hotline: 1-800-811-4760
- Licensed therapists
- Trauma informed care
- Behavioral/mental health
- Substance abuse
Website: Places for People
Provident Behavioral Health
Experienced and licensed clinical therapists are able to provide quality and caring counseling to help individuals and families to a brighter future.
- Psychiatric services
- Suicide prevention
- Mary Ryder Home
- Behavioral health intervention
Website: Provident Behavioral Health
St. Louis Empowerment Center
The St. Louis Empowerment Center is a peer run recovery drop-in center designed to meet the needs of individuals who have lived experience with mental health and or substance use issues.
- Self-help groups
- Education (GED and other classes)
- Referral services
Website: St. Louis Empowerment Center
University of Missouri St. Louis Center for Behavioral Health
Offers timely and affordable services to individuals who would not otherwise be able to afford professional mental health care.
- Child and family therapy
- Adult therapy
- Couples counseling
- Group therapy
Phone: 314-516-HELP (4357)