Washington University School of Medicine

Community Resources

The following lists several community resources that may be of benefit to adolescents and young adults in St. Louis and surrounding regions. These are not necessarily endorsed by WERC, and alternative resources should also be sought. We plan to periodically update our list, and would appreciate any feedback regarding useful resources that could be included or recommended modifications.


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Access Crisis Intervention (ACI) Missouri Department of Mental Health
www.bhrstl.org
24 hr. crisis helpline 1-800-811-4760

Life Crisis Services
www.providentstl.org
24 hr hotline 314-647-HELP (4357)

Safe Connections
314-646-7500
Provides victims of violence counseling and sexual assault. 24 hr crisis helpline

ALIVE (Alternatives to Living in Violent Environments)
314-993-2777
24 hr crisis hotline, emergency short-term shelter, individual adult counseling

Kids Under Twenty-One (KUTO)
314-644-5886
www.kuto.org
Telephone helpline, suicide prevention and intervention services

Missouri Poison Center
1-800-222-1222
Poison information and treatment information for exposures

United Way
2-1-1 or 1-800-427-4626
www.211helps.org
Comprehensive telephone information and referral services

Kathy J. Weinman Shelter
314-423-1117
24 hr residential shelter for domestic violence victims and their children

St. Louis Crisis Nursery
www.crisisnurserykids.com
Short-term safe shelter for children whose families are facing an emergency or crisis.

Victim Service Division
314-615-4872
Assistance for victims of crime or abuse

The Women’s Safe House
www.twsh.org
Support for abuse victims

YMCA Women’s Resource Center
314-726-6665
314-53-RAPE (7273)
Sexual assault and response team, 24 hr crisis response helpline

Marygrove
314-837-1702
Crisis services, transitional and independent living programs

Caring and Sharing
314-570-6691
On call for emergency food assistance

Hyland Behavioral Health at St. Anthony’s Medical Center
www.stanthonysmedcenter.org
314-525-7275
Adult inpatient and outpatient mental health and psychiatric services

Midwest Psychiatry
www.independencecenter.org/our-programs/midwest-psychiatry/
314-533-4163
Provides psychiatric services at The Independence Center - a community based rehabilitation program for adults with severe and persistent mental illnesses in the St. Louis area.

The Spot
thespot.wustl.edu
314-535-0413
Provides free medical, mental health, case management, educational/vocational, and community involvement services to youth aged 13-24.

Places for People
www.placesforpeople.org
314-615-2111
Provides services and support for adults, teens, and families affected by mental illness or chronic medical illness.

Center for Outpatient Health, Barnes Jewish Hospital
www.barnesjewish.org/clinics/psychiatry
314-362-5065
Washington University physicians provide psychiatric evaluations and treatment as well as psychotherapy and cognitive behavioral treatment for those with and without insurance.

SLUCare Psychiatric Services
www.slu.edu/neurology-and-psychiatry-home/psychiatric-services
314-977-4850
Provides psychiatric services for children, adolescents, adults and geriatric patients

BJC Behavioral Healthcare
www.bjcbehavioralhealth.org
Referral Line – 314-729-4004
Central Division – 314-206-3700
North Division – 314-206-3900
South Division – 314-206-3400
Southeast Division – 573-756-5353
Provides and coordinates behavioral health services for all ages in St. Louis and the surrounding areas.

Crider Health Center
www.cridercenter.com
Wentzville – 636-332-6000
Warrenton – 636-456-1500
St. Charles – 636-946-4000
Union – 636-582-81000
Provides primary health, behavioral health, and dental services for adults and children.

St. Louis Behavioral Medicine Institute
www.slbmi.com
Macklind Ave – 314-534-0200
Chesterfield – 636-532-9188
Belleville, Il – 618-825-0051
Behavioral health treatment for children and adults for a variety of issues

Covenant House of Missouri
www.covenanthousemo.org
314-533-2241
Provides services for homeless, runaway, or at-risk youth. Services include shelter, physical/mental health needs, educational/vocational services, and case management to 16-21 year olds.

Grace Hill
www.gracehill.org
314-898-1700 or 314-814-8700
Provides comprehensive services for children through adults in need of medical, dental, mental health, housing, or educational services

Hopewell Center
www.hopewellcenter.com
314-531-1770
Provides medical, social, and psychiatric support as well as services for homeless and elderly individuals.

Hawthorn Children’s Psychiatric Hospital
314-512-7800

Chestnut Health Systems
www.chestnut.org
Belleville – 618-397-0900
Bloomington – 309-827-6026
Edwardsville – 618-877-4420
Granite City – 618-877-4420
Maryville – 618-288-3100
Town and Country – 314-202-8447
Provides a variety of comprehensives behavioral health and human services including mental health, substance use, housing and employment resources

Christian Family Services, Inc
www.stlcfs.org
Missouri 314-968-2216
Illinois – 618-397-7678
Professional counseling provided for individuals and families in need.

Family Resource Center
314-534-9350
Individual and family counseling, professional training, case management

Catholic Family Services
www.cfsstl.org
314-544-3800
Individual, family, and child mental health therapy, services for immigrants and refugees. Offers sliding fee scale

Provident, Inc
www.providentstl.org
314-647-4357
Individual and family counseling, chemical dependency treatment

Walter’s Walk
www.walterswalk.com
314-731-2433
Provides individual, group, family, and child counseling. Accepts insurance and works on a sliding fee scale.

Crider Health Center
www.cridercenter.com
Wentzville – 636-332-6000
Warrenton – 636-456-1500
St. Charles – 636-946-4000
Union – 636-582-8100
Provides primary health, behavioral health, and dental services for adults and children.

Grace Hill
www.gracehill.org
314-898-1700 or 314-814-8700
Provides comprehensive services for children through adults in need of medical, dental, mental health, housing, or educational services

Hopewell Center
www.hopewellcenter.com
314-531-1770
Provides medical, social, and psychiatric support as well as services for homeless and elderly individuals.

Chestnut Health Systems
www.chestnut.org/
Belleville – 618-397-0900
Bloomington – 309-827-6026
Edwardsville – 618-877-4420
Granite City – 618-877-4420
Maryville – 618-288-3100
Town and Country – 314-202-8447
Provides a variety of comprehensives behavioral health and human services including mental health, substance use, housing and employment resources

St. Anthony’s Psychological Counseling Program
www.sahc.org/centers/psychologicalservices.aspx
618-474-6240
Confidential evaluation and therapeutic counseling for individuals, couples, or families

Cornerstone Counseling
618-288-8787

Julie Clayton Counseling
www.julieclaytoncounseling.com
618-920-5212
Counseling for individuals, families and couples

Radzom Counseling
www.radzomcounseling.com
618-248-2040
Individual, family, couples, teenagers and children

Independence Center
www.independencecenter.org
314-533-4245
A community based rehabilitation program for adults with severe and persistent mental illnesses in the St. Louis area.

Places for People
www.placesforpeople.org
314-535-5600
Provides services and support for adults, teens, and families affected by mental illness or chronic medical illness.

Community Psychological Services (UMSL)
314-516-5824
Psychological evaluation and counseling services for children, adults, couples, and families. PhD. Interns supervised by faculty

BJC Behavioral Healthcare
www.bjcbehavioralhealth.org
Referral Line – 314-729-4004
Central Division – 314-206-3700
North Division – 314-206-3900
South Division – 314-206-3400
Southeast Division – 573-756-5353
Provides and coordinates behavioral health services for all ages in St. Louis and the surrounding areas.

Bridgeway Behavioral Health
www.bridgewaybh.com
St. Peters – 636-224-1200
Union – 636-224-1400
St. Charles – 636-224-1051
Town & Country – 636-224-1601
City Center – 636-224-1700
Warrenton – 636-224-1500
Brentwood – 636-224-1600
St. Charles Women’s Services – 636-224-1038 or 636-224-1202
Mental health and substance abuse services including detoxification

RAVEN
www.ravenstl.org
314-289-8000
Violence prevention and education groups for men and teens

Safe Connections
314-646-7500
Provides victims of violence counseling and sexual assault. 24 hr crisis helpline

The Spot
thespot.wustl.edu
314-535-0413
St. Louis local program dedicated to providing free medical, mental health, case management, educational/vocational, and community involvement services to youth aged 13-24.

Covenant House of Missouri
www.covenanthousemo.org
314-533-2241
Services include shelter, physical/mental health needs, educational/vocational services, and case management to 16-21 year olds.

Epworth Children and Family Services
www.epworth.org
314-961-5718
Supporting children, teens and families through housing, education, and mental health services

Children’s Home Society of Missouri
www.chsmo.org
Creve Coeur – 314-968-2350
Brentwood – 314-918-0492
St. Charles – 636-940-1119
Pregnancy and parenting counseling; family and individual counseling, psychological testing, long term residential care and short term respite care

Good Shepherd Children and Family Services
www.goodshepherdstl.org
314-854-5700
Residential services, pregnant and parenting services, and individual counseling

Jewish Family and Children’s Service
www.jfcs-stl.org
314-993-1000
Counseling groups, psychological testing and assessment

Care and Counseling
314-878-4340
Provides counseling services for children, adults and families

Agape Christian Counseling Services
314-994-9344
Provides affordable Christian counseling. Accepts most insurance and offers a sliding fee scale for uninsured

The Center for Counseling and Family Therapy (SLU counseling clinic)
: www.slu.edu/medicine/family-and-community-medicine-home/medical-student-education/medical-family-therapy-program/center-for-counseling-and-family-therapy
314-977-2505
Masters level interns supervised by faculty

Center for Trauma Recovery (UMSL)
www.umsl.edu/divisions/artscience/psychology/ctr/
314-516-6738
Provides clinical services for children, adults, couples, and families who have experienced a traumatic event

Children’s Advocacy Services of Greater St. Louis (UMSL)
www.stlouiscac.org
314-516-6798
Provides trauma focused services for youth and families

McAuley Counseling Services
314-932-1046
Offers counseling and personal growth and development workshops

Creve Coeur Counseling Associates
www.cccastl.com
314-991-0100
Graduate Counselor Program offers counseling for only $15.00 per 50 minute session. No income questions or requirements. Graduate counselors are Master’s level interns supervised by Licensed Professional Counselors

Strength Through Emotions Management (STEM)
314-997-6463
Batterer Intervention group for men who are abusive and/or violent. Individual counseling for men and women.

Developing Options to Violence (DOV)
314-623-5859
Batterer Intervention Program for men and women who are abusive and/or violent

NAMI – National Alliance on Mental Illness
www.nami.org
NAMI Missouri – 800-374-2138
www.nami.org/sites/MO
NAMI Illinois – 800-346-4572
http://il.nami.org
Provides links to local branches, support groups, advocacy groups, and educational resources.

Preferred Family Healthcare
www.pfh.org
St. Louis adolescents – 314-773-3670
St. Charles adolescents – 636-946-6376
Union adolescents – 636-584-8724
Outpatient substance abuse treatment and prevention services

Bridgeway Behavioral Health
www.bridgewaybh.com
St. Louis – 636-224-1700
St. Charles Men’s – 636-224-1110
St. Charles Women’s – 636-224-1038
Mental health and substance abuse services including detoxification

Chestnut Health Systems
www.chestnut.org
Belleville – 618-397-0900
Bloomington – 309-827-6026
Edwardsville – 618-877-4420
Granite City – 618-877-4420
Maryville – 618-288-3100
Town and Country – 314-202-8447
Provides a variety of comprehensives behavioral health and human services including mental health, substance use, housing and employment resources

Salvation Army
www.stlsalvationarmy.org/how-we-help/alcohol-and-drug-addiction-services/
314-535-0057- non clinical residence rehab for men
314-652-3310 – 21-day detox, CSTAR, veteran’s and men’s programs
Family advocacy, intervention, and assessment services for children and homeless families, drug and alcohol treatment services.

Queen of Peace
314-531-0511
Drug abuse prevention education, screening and assessments, cognitive behavioral therapy

Alcoholics Anonymous
www.aastl.org
314-647-3677
Help to anyone who wants to stop drinking

Narcotics Anonymous
www.showmeregionna.org
314-830-3232

Center for Life Solutions
www.centerforlifesolutions.org
314-731-0100
Methadone maintenance program, medication for opioid dependence, counseling, and community education

Community Action Agency of St. Louis County, INC (CAASTLC)
www.caastlc.org
314-863-0015
Alcohol/drug treatment and education, anger management, classes, food pantry, case management, utility payments, employment readiness.

Peter and Paul Community Services
www.ppcsinc.org
Provides immediate and transitional housing and supportive services to the homeless, especially those experiencing mental illness, HIV/AIDS and drug and alcohol addiction.

Assisted Recovery Center of America (ARCA)
www.arcamidwest.com
314-300-2057
16 and older inpatient

CenterPointe Hospital
www.centerpointehospital.com
636-441-7300
Adolescent and Adult inpatient

Midwest Institute for Addiction
www.midwestinstituteforaddiction.org
314-569-2253
Detox and treatment

New Beginnings C-STAR
www.newbeginningscstar.com
314-367-8989
Adults only, Medicaid only

New Vision
314-653-4452
Non-residence; medical stability

Southeast Missouri Behavioral Health
www.semoctc.org
Farmington - 1-800-455-5749
Poplar Bluff - 573-686-5090
Salem – 573-729-4723

Veterans Affairs Medical Center
www.stlouis.va.gov
314-894-6598
Veterans only; some spouses

BASIC, Inc
www.basicinc.org
314-621-9009
Outpatient, CSTAR, 18 and older

Comtrea
www.comtrea.org
Festus – 636-931-2700
Arnold – 636-296-6206
CSTAR for adolescents and adults

St. Patrick Center
www.stpatrickcenter.org
314-802-0700
Outpatient treatment

St. Louis Metro Treatment Center
314-423-7030
Methadone treatment

Mercy Edgewood Program
www.mercy.net/practice/edgewood-program
314-628-6500

Westend Clinic
314-381-0560
Methadone treatment

Harris House (Halfway Home)
314-631-4299
28-day residential treatment 18 and older

Oxford Houses
www.oxfordhouse.org
Chippewa – Men – 314-353-2771
Clayton – Men – 314-863-7669
Gravois – Men – 314-772-1303
Monitor – Women – 314-752-1213
Osage – Women – 314-772-6771
Provides safe substance free living for people recovering from alcoholism and/or other drug dependence

Grace Hill
www.gracehill.org
314-898-1700 or 314-814-8700
Provides comprehensive services for children through adults in need of medical, dental, mental health, housing, or educational services

Peoples Health Centers
www.phcenters.org
West Site – 314-781-9762
North Site – 314-838-8220
Multiple health services including, internal medicine, dental, WIC, and various social services

Hopewell Center
www.hopewellcenter.com
314-531-1770
Provides medical, social, and psychiatric support as well as services for homeless and elderly individuals.

Crider Health Center
www.cridercenter.com
Wentzville – 636-332-6000
St. Charles – 636-946-4000
Provides primary health, behavioral health, and dental services for adults and children.

Chestnut Health Systems
www.chestnut.org/
Belleville – 618-397-0900
Bloomington – 309-827-6026
Edwardsville – 618-877-4420
Granite City – 618-877-4420
Maryville – 618-288-3100
Town and Country – 314-202-8447
Provides a variety of comprehensives behavioral health and human services including mental health, substance use, housing and employment resources

Family Care Health Centers
www.fchcstl.org
Carondelet – 314-353-5190
Forest Park – 314-531-5444
Provides a variety of medical including pediatrics, internal medicine, obstetrics, behavioral health, nutrition, WIC, laboratory, vision, dental, pharmacy, HIV, and homeless services

Myrtle Hilliard Davis Comprehensive Health Centers
www.mhdchc.org
314-367-5820
Provides many medical and mental health services as well as disease prevention and health classes and social service assistance. Accepts many health insurance plans

The Spot
thespot.wustl.edu
314-535-0413
St. Louis local program dedicated to providing free medical, mental health, case management, educational/vocational, and community involvement services to youth aged 13-24.

Saturday Neighborhood Health Clinic
snhc.wustl.edu
314-531-5444
Provides walk-in only services for the first 9 patients most Saturdays throughout the year. Clinic is run by medical students supervised by physicians. Clinic not equipped to operate as a long-term medical home.

Planned Parenthood
www.plannedparenthood.org/stlouis
Central West End – 314-531-7526
South Grand – 314-865-1850
Fairview Heights – 618-277-6668
St. Peters – 636-279-3339
North County – 314-921-4445
West County – 636-431-0030
Provides reproductive healthcare services and education for all ages, regardless of insurance in the St. Louis and surrounding areas

St. Patrick Center
www.stpatrickcenter.org
314-802-0700
Provides housing, education, and health services for homeless or at-risk of homeless adults.

DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH: CITY OF ST. LOUIS
www.stlouis-mo.gov/government/departments/health/
314-612-5100

DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH: ST. LOUIS COUNTY
www.stlouisco.com/HealthandWellness
Clayton – 314-615-5000
Hazelwood – 314-615-7400
Chesterfield – 314-615-0900
South St. Louis – 314-615-4000
Provides housing, education, and health services for homeless or at-risk of homeless adults.

AWARE
www.barnesjewish.org/patients-visitors/aware
314-362-9273
Services: Advocacy, case management, court and hospital/medical based advocacy, crisis intervention

Careington Dental Plan
www.maxdental.com
1-888-606-5550
Plan offers dental and vision care with a 20% to 60% discount.

Center for Eye Care (UMSL)
www.eyeumsl.org/index.html
UMSL Campus – 314-516-5131
Central West End – 314-535-5016
Harvester – 636-441-5585
East St. Louis – 618-482-8355
Need referral from case worker, school district, or Lions Club. Must have NO insurance coverage.

ONE SIGHT PROGRAM
www.onesight.org
1-888-935-4589
Used by Lenscrafters, Pearle Vision, Sears Optical, Target Optical For those without insurance, agencies (i.e. United Way, tax deferred agencies, and case workers) can write a letter saying client is in need of eye care. Stores that participate will provide free lenses and frames. Often the doctor will reduce the exam price or not charge at all.

HIV/AIDS

Community Wellness Project
www.cwpstl.org
314-421-9600
Provides free testing, education prevention and resources regarding HIV/AIDS

Doorways
www.doorwayshousing.org
314-535-0909
Provides affordable housing, occupancy needs, and advocacy for people with HIV

Project ARK
projectark.wustl.edu/
314-535-7275
Provides coordinated medical care, social support and prevention services for children, young adults, women and families infected with HIV/AIDS

St. Louis Effort for AIDS
www.stlefa.org
314-645-6451
Provides free testing, case management/comprehensive support services to those affected by HIV/AIDS

Metropolitan Center for HIV/STD and Hepatitis Services
314-612-5188
Provides case management, support groups, counseling, free testing, dental assistance, housing assistance, transportation, utility assistance, food services, and legal assistance

STD Clinic – Private
www.test4hiv.com
314-647-1297
Provides confidential counseling, testing, and treatment

Medical West Healthcare Center
www.medicalwest.com/
1-800-489-1888
Offers Prodigy glucose meter and 50 test strips for $14.95

BD Insulin Syringe Assist Program
www.bd.com/us/diabetes
201-847-6800
Supplies insulin syringes to individuals without private insurance, Medicaid, or Medicare

Vaccination Resources

People’s Health Centers
Delmar – 314-367-7848
Manchester – 314-781-9162
Florissant – 314-838-8220
Hepatitis A

Grace Hill Neighborhood Health Centers
314-814-8700
Hepatitis A, HPV

Myrtle Hilliard Davis Comprehensive Health Center
Dr. Martin Luther King Dr. – 314-367-5820
Riverview – 314-389-4566
Whittier – 314-371-3100
Hepatitis A, HPV

Family Care Health Centers
Holly Hills – 314-353-5190
Manchester – 314-531-5444
Hepatitis A, HPV

St. Louis County Health Departments
John C Murphy – 314-615-0560
South County Health Center – 314-615-0444
North Central Community Health Center – 314-679-7812
Hepatitis A, HPV

People’s Health Center
Central Site – 314-367-7848
West Site – 314-781-2034
North Site – 314-838-8220
HPV

Planned Parenthood
Central West End – 314-531-7526
North County Center – 314-921-4445
South Grand Center – 314-865-1850
West County Center – 636-431-0030
Mid Rivers – 636-279-3339
HPV

Independence Center
www.independencecenter.org
314-533-4245
A community based rehabilitation program for adults with severe and persistent mental illnesses in the St. Louis area.

The Spot
thespot.wustl.edu/
314-535-0413
Provides free medical, mental health, case management, educational/vocational, and community involvement services to youth aged 13-24.

LGBT Center of St. Louis
www.lgbtcenterstl.org
314-472-5428
Provides a safe space, resources and support for the local and surrounding LGBTQ community.

Growing American Youth
www.growingamericanyouth.org
314-669-5428
Social support organization for youth 21 and under who identify as LGBTQ

Paraquad, Inc.
www.paraquad.org
314-289-4200
Offers assistive technology, consumer directed services, DEAF Way interpreting, employment, public policy, and youth and family services, as well as programs for housing improvement and payment assistance

ADAPT of Missouri
www.adaptusa.com/services1.php
1-888-657-3201
Provides community support and psychosocial rehabilitation for adults living with metal illness

YMCA of Greater St. Louis
www.ymcastlouis.org
314-436-1177

St. Louis County Department of Parks and Recreation
www.stlouisco.com/parksandrecreation
Variety of free or low-cost facilities including fitness rooms, basketball and tennis courts, ice rinks, pools, and water parks.

City of St. Louis Department of Parks, Recreation, and Forestry
www.stlouis.missouri.org/citygov/parks
Variety of free facilities including fitness rooms, basketball and tennis courts, pools, and craft and game rooms.

St. Louis Public Schools: Community Education Full Service Schools
www.slps.org
Free and affordable fitness facilities and classes

St. Louis Empowerment Center
www.dbsaempowerment.org/
314-652-6100
Provides peer-to-peer support for adults with mental illness

Growing American Youth
www.growingamericanyouth.org
314-669-5428
Social support organization for youth 21 and younger who may identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, asexual or questioning their sexual orientation or gender identity

BJC Behavioral Healthcare
www.bjcbehavioralhealth.org
Referral Line – 314-729-4004
Central Division – 314-206-3700
North Division – 314-206-3900
South Division – 314-206-3400
Southeast Division – 573-756-5353
Provides and coordinates behavioral health services for all ages in St. Louis and the surrounding areas.

Places for People
www.placesforpeople.org
314-535-5600
Provides services and support for adults, teens, and families affected by mental illness or chronic medical illness.

Chestnut Health Systems
www.chestnut.org/
Belleville – 618-397-0900
Bloomington – 309-827-6026
Edwardsville – 618-877-4420
Granite City – 618-877-4420
Maryville – 618-288-3100
Town and Country – 314-202-8447
Provides a variety of comprehensives behavioral health and human services including mental health, substance use, housing and employment resources

Community Action Agency of St. Louis County, INC (CAASTLC)
www.caastlc.org
314-863-0015
Alcohol/drug treatment and education, anger management, classes, food pantry, case management, utility payments, employment readiness.

Covenant House of Missouri
www.covenanthousemo.org
314-533-2241
Services include shelter, physical/mental health needs, educational/vocational services, and case management to 16-21 year olds.

Almost Home
www.almosthomestl.org/
314-771-4663
Structured long-term housing, counseling, and case management for teen mothers or pregnant teens.

SLATE
www.stlouis-mo.gov/government/departments/slate/
314-589-8000
Provides GED classes, job searching assistance, and youth jobs to St. Louis and surrounding area residents.

St. Patrick Center
www.stpatrickcenter.org
314-802-0700
Provides housing, education, and health services for homeless or at-risk of homeless adults.

Family Resource Center
www.frcmo.org/
314-534-9350
Individual and family counseling, professional training, case management

Chestnut Health Systems
www.chestnut.org
Belleville – 618-397-0900
Bloomington – 309-827-6026
Edwardsville – 618-877-4420
Granite City – 618-877-4420
Maryville – 618-288-3100
Town and Country – 314-202-8447
Provides a variety of comprehensives behavioral health and human services including mental health, substance use, housing and employment resources

County Youth Programs – St. Louis County Dept of Human Services
www.stlouisco.com
Comprehensive educational assessments and support, alternative education, job readiness training.

Learning Consultants, Inc
www.learningconsultantsstl.com/Learning_Consultants_Inc/Learning-Consultants-Inc-St-Louis-Home.html
314-222-5886
Educational and therapeutic services, testing, and tutoring

Parkway Area Adult Education and Literacy
314-415-4940
Basic Literacy, GED test preparation

Ritenour Adult Learning Center
314-426-7900
High School Equivalency Preparation classes and job readiness programs

St. Louis Community College at Meramec Adult Education and Literacy
www.stlcc.edu/continuing_education/adult_education_and_literacy/index.html
GED test preparation, ESL classes

St. Louis Public Schools Adult Education and Literacy
314-367-5000
Adult basic education, ESL classes

University City Adult Education and Literacy
314-290-4052
GED classes, ESL classes

Community Action Agency of St. Louis County, INC (CAASTLC)
www.caastlc.org
314-863-0015
Alcohol/drug treatment and education, anger management, classes, food pantry, case management, utility payments, employment readiness.

The Spot
thespot.wustl.edu
314-535-0413
St. Louis local program dedicated to providing free medical, mental health, case management, educational/vocational, and community involvement services to youth aged 13-24.

Covenant House of Missouri
www.covenanthousemo.org
314-533-2241
Services include shelter, physical/mental health needs, educational/vocational services, and case management to 16-21 year olds.

YMCA Youth Literacy and Tutoring Programs
www.ymcastlouis.org
314-436-1177
YRead Tutoring Program, Learning Lab Program, Beginning Babies with Books

Educational Opportunity Center
www.heccstl.com/education.html
Forest Park - 314-535-6670
Midtown – 314-367-8100
Northside – 314-385-4005
Southside – 314-352-4113
Florissant – 314-837-2100
St. Charles – 314-385-4005
Alton – 618-465-5124
Belleville – 618-235-1776
East St. Louis – 618-482-6987
One-on-one counseling, career exploration, college or Voc. Tech school selection services.

Missouri Career Center
www.jobs.mo.gov/jobseeker/career-tools/why-visit-a-missouri-career-center
St. Louis City – 314-589-8000
St. Louis County – 314-381-6700
Florissant – 314-475-7900
St. Charles – 636-255-6060
Employment/training services

St. Louis Youthbuild
www.youthbuild.org/
314-261-0202
Construction skills training for young men and women

Employment Connection
www.employmentstl.org
314-333-5627
Provides services for all who are looking for employment including the homeless, ex-offenders, veterans, high school dropouts, women, and at-risk youth

Metropolitan Training and Education Center (MET)
metcenterstl.com
314-746-0707
Job training, job placement, career development services, and transportation services

MERS/Missouri Goodwill Industries
www.mersgoodwill.org
Computer Workshop – 314-982-8952
Forest Park Workshop – 314-371-1296
Career Center of Downtown – 314-241-3464
Innovative Concept Academy – 314-436-3540
Mid-County Lippman Center – 314-647-7453
Career Center of South St. Louis – 314-845-1922
Career Center of North St. Louis – 314-831-9171
Assists individuals with barriers to employment by determining appropriate vocational goals and roads to success.

Web Innovations & Technology Services
witsinc.org
314-382-1650
Recycles and refurbishes electronics. Programs for all ages who are interested in learning to build computers

Dress for Success – Clothing for women
www.dressforsuccess.org
(Need a referral from social worker & appointment)

Gear Up – Clothing for men
618-398-0680
(Need a referral from social worker & appointment)

Housing Resource Center
www.ccstl.org/
314-802-5444
St. Louis’ most comprehensive housing consultation organization. Provides resources for long-term and emergency housing needs.

Beyond Housing
www.beyondhousing.org
314-533-0600
Rental housing with supportive services

Chestnut Health Systems
www.chestnut.org
Belleville – 618-397-0900
Bloomington – 309-827-6026
Edwardsville – 618-877-4420
Granite City – 618-877-4420
Maryville – 618-288-3100
Town and Country – 314-202-8447
Provides a variety of comprehensives behavioral health and human services including mental health, substance use, housing and employment resources

Salvation Army
www.stlsalvationarmy.org/how-we-help/homeless/
314-535-0057- non clinical residence rehab for men
314-652-3310 – 21-day detox, CSTAR, veteran’s and men’s programs
Family advocacy, intervention, and assessment services for children and homeless families, drug and alcohol treatment services.

St. Patrick Center
www.stpatrickcenter.org
314-802-0700
Provides housing, education, and health services for homeless or at-risk of homeless adults.

Peter and Paul Community Services
www.ppcsinc.org
Provides immediate and transitional housing and supportive services to the homeless, especially those experiencing mental illness, HIV/AIDS and drug and alcohol addiction.

Covenant House of Missouri
www.covenanthousemo.org
314-533-2241
Services include shelter, physical/mental health needs, educational/vocational services, and case management to 16-21 year olds.

Epworth Children and Family Services
www.epworth.org
314-961-5718
Supporting children, teens and families through housing, education, and mental health services

Children’s Home Society of Missouri
www.chsmo.org
Creve Coeur – 314-968-2350
Brentwood – 314-918-0492
St. Charles – 636-940-1119
Pregnancy and parenting counseling; family and individual counseling, psychological testing, long term residential care and short term respite care

Good Shepherd Children and Family Services
www.goodshepherdstl.org
314-854-5700
Residential services, pregnant and parenting services, and individual counseling

Almost Home
www.almosthomestl.org/
314-771-4663
Structured long-term housing, counseling, and case management for teen mothers or pregnant teens.

Marygrove
www.marygrovechildren.org/
314-837-1702
Crisis services, transitional and independent living programs

Youth In Need
www.youthinneed.org
636-946-5600
Residential group homes and scattered site apartments

Our Lady’s Inn
www.ourladysinn.org
St. Louis - 314-351-4590
St. Charles – 636-398-5375
Shelter, case management, counseling, and educational services for pregnant or homeless women.

Hopewell Center
www.hopewellcenter.com
314-531-1770
Provides medical, social, and psychiatric support as well as services for homeless and elderly individuals.

Humanitri’s Next Step Homes
http://humanitri.org/?page_id=206
314-772-7720
Re-entry program for ex-offenders. Provides permanent housing placement, case management, counseling sessions, rental assistance, employment resources, assistance to parents regaining custody of their minor child, creation of long term re-entry plan.

Release to Rent
314-881-6031
Year of supportive housing for men who have served long terms, can work fulltime, have no one to help

Homeless Services
St. Louis City 314-657-1704
St. Louis County 314-615-7258

New Life Evangelistic Center
http://www.newlifeevangelisticcenter.org/
314-421-3020

Sunshine Ministries
http://www.sunshineministries.org/
314-231-8209

Gateway 180
www.gateway180.org/
314-231-1515
Emergency housing for women, children, and families

VA Services

Project Hero @ St. Patrick Center
http://www.stpatrickcenter.org/our-programs/project-hero/
314-802-1976

Hope Recovery Center
314-652-4100 ext 55500

Socialserve.com
www.socialserve.com
Search for affordable housing, rental housing, Section 8 housing and Accessible Housing

Homeownership Preservation Foundation
www.995hope.org
Counseling to avoid foreclosure

St. Louis Behavioral Medicine Institute
http://www.slbmi.com/womens-reproductive-mental-health-and-wellness-program
St. Louis - 314-289-9411
Chesterfield – 636-532-9188
Belleville – 618-825-0051
Women's Reproductive Mental Health and Wellness Programs

Thrive St. Louis
http://www.thrivestlouis.org/
St. Louis City – 314-783-0478
St. Charles County – 636-278-1212
North County – 314-785-0211
Free pregnancy tests, ultrasounds, information/peer counseling, referrals, STD testing for women

Planned Parenthood
www.plannedparenthood.org/stlouis
Central West End – 314-531-7526
South Grand – 314-865-1850
Fairview Heights – 618-277-6668
St. Peters – 636-279-3339
North County – 314-921-4445
West County – 636-431-0030
Provides reproductive healthcare services and education for all ages, regardless of insurance in the St. Louis and surrounding areas

Birthright Counseling, St. Louis
www.birthrightstl.org
314-962-5300
Free pregnancy testing and counseling, resource assistance

Children’s Home Society of Missouri
www.chsmo.org
Creve Coeur – 314-968-2350
Brentwood – 314-918-0492
St. Charles – 636-940-1119
Pregnancy and parenting counseling; family and individual counseling, psychological testing, long term residential care and short term respite care

Good Shepherd Children and Family Services
www.goodshepherdstl.org
314-854-5700
Residential services, pregnant and parenting services, and individual counseling

Almost Home
www.almosthomestl.org/
314-771-4663
Structured long-term housing, counseling, and case management for teen mothers or pregnant teens.

Lutheran Family and Children’s Services of Missouri
www.lfcsmo.org
314-258-6169 or 314-787-5100
Pregnant and parenting teens, Nurturing Kids program, respite care services, individual, family and group counseling

MBCH Children and Family Ministries
www.mbch.org
314-739-6811
Pregnancy services for new and expecting moms

Our Lady’s Inn
https://www.ourladysinn.org/
314-351-4590
Shelter, case management, counseling, and educational services for pregnant or homeless women.

Parents as Teachers National Center
www.parentsasteachers.org
314-432-4330
Personal visits and group meetings for families and children, developmental and health screenings.

Department of Social Services Children’s Division: Child Care/Early Childhood Services
www.dss.mo.gov/
Provides assistance with payment for child care on a sliding fee basis for eligible parents/guardians

Grace Hill - Childcare
www.gracehill.org
Provides all-day care for children under the age of three at two fully licensed and accredited child care facilities

Mercy Children’s Hospital
http://www.mercy.net/classes-and-programs-in-st-louis
Offers a variety of free or affordable classes for women and children including CPR and First Aid, bicycle helmet fitting, and Home Alone.

Safe Kids St. Louis
www.SafeKidsStl.com
Provides reduced price car seats ($25.00 – can be paid in installments), booster seats, and cribs

MPACT
1-800-743-7634
Parent training and information center serving parents with children with all disabilities

Family Support Network
http://www.epworth.org/programs/family-support-network-fsn
314-644-5055 or 314-918-3301
Provides in-home family counseling and parenting support to help with difficult child behaviors and parenting stress

The Covering House
www.thecoveringhouse.org
1-888-373-7888
Therapeutic safe home with eight beds for girls age 13-17 who have been victims of sex trafficking or exploitation. Therapy and support services available for non-residents; Supportive Adult program.

Crisis Aid International
314-487-1400
Residential facility with 22 beds for female victims of sex trafficking and/or exploitation. Onsite support services, clinical services and case management for residents.

Safe Connections
314-531-2003
Serving women and teens experiencing domestic violence

Victim Service Division
314-615-4872
Assistance for victims of crime or abuse

The Women’s Safe House
www.twsh.org
314-772-4535
Support for abuse victims

YMCA Women’s Resource Center
314-726-6665
314-53-RAPE (7273)
Sexual assault and response team, 24 hr crisis response helpline

Center for Trauma Recovery (UMSL)
www.umsl.edu/divisions/artscience/psychology/ctr/
314-516-6738
Provides clinical services for children, adults, couples, and families who have experienced a traumatic event

Children’s Advocacy Services of Greater St. Louis (UMSL)
www.stlouiscac.org
314-516-6798
Provides trauma focused services for youth and families

DBSA – Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance
www.dbsalliance.org
800-826-3632
Provides education, treatment options, support groups, and information for families and clinicians on a national scale. Provides information for local resources as well as an online support group.


St. Louis Wellness Center
www.stlouiswellnesscenter.com
314-963-7711
Provides holistic services for a wide range of diagnoses with a special emphasis on Bipolar Disorder


Walter’s Walk
www.walterswalk.com
314-731-2433
Provides individual, group, family, and child counseling. Accepts insurance and works on a sliding fee scale.


International Bipolar Foundation
www.ibpf.org
858-764-2496
Provides resources and support for those diagnosed with Bipolar Disorder and those who love them.


The International Society for Bipolar Disorders
www.isbd.org
412-624-4407
Provides education and resources for those diagnosed with or working with Bipolar Disorder.


Bipolar Network News
www.bipolarnews.org
Provides free publications regarding the latest in Bipolar Disorder treatment and research


Bipolar Brain
www.bipolarbrain.com
One woman’s account of living with Bipolar Disorder and her experience with treatments and her loved ones.


Harbor of Refuge Organization
www.harbor-of-refuge.org
Peer to Peer support for those living with Bipolar Disorder and their families


Juvenile Bipolar Research Foundation
www.jbrf.org
Information and support regarding children and adolescence who have been diagnosed with Bipolar Disorder


Pendulum.org
www.pendulum.org
Online forums and information for those diagnosed with Bipolar Disorder


Self Help Center
www.selfhelpcenter.org
314-781-0199
Local St. Louis resource that provides one-on-one and group support for those diagnosed with Bipolar Disorder


The Balanced Mind Parent Network
www.thebalancedmind.org
A division of the Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance (DBSA) that provides support and education for parents of a child diagnosed with Bipolar Disorder.


BPSO Bipolar Significant Others
www.bpso.org
Provides education and online support for the families and friends of those diagnosed with Bipolar Disorder


Bipolarcaregivers.org
www.bipolarcaregivers.org
Provides information and suggestions for those who are close with someone who has been diagnosed with Bipolar Disorder


Healthy Place
www.healthyplace.com/bipolar-disorder
Information and forums for those diagnosed with Bipolar Disorder


FeelingKindaBlue.com
www.feelingkindablue.com
Social media support for young adults experiencing depression


Healthline
www.healthline.com/health/bipolar-disorder
Information related to symptoms, treatment, and causes of Bipolar Disorder


Mayo Clinic
www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/bipolar-disorder/basics/definition/con-20027544
Provides medical information regarding the course and treatment of Bipolar Disorder


NAMI – National Alliance on Mental Illness
www.nami.org
Provides links to local branches, support groups, advocacy groups, and educational resources.

Open the Doors
www.openthedoors.com
A program through World Psychiatric Association to fight the stigma and discrimination because of schizophrenia. Provides detailed information about the nature, treatment, and course of schizophrenia for the individual, families and friends, and helping professionals.

Schizophrenia.com
www.schizophrenia.com
Provides information, online support groups, and education for those diagnosed with Schizophrenia, their families, and their caregivers.

World Fellowship for Schizophrenia and Allied Disorders
www.world-schizophrenia.org
Support and guidance for those diagnosed with Schizophrenia and their families

Schizophrenia and Related Disorders Alliance of America
www.sardaa.org
Provides education and information as well as online support for those diagnosed with Schizophrenia

Schizophrenic.com
www.schizophrenic.com
Online information and support for those diagnosed with Schizophrenia

Healthy Place
www.healthyplace.com/thought-disorders
Information and forums for those diagnosed with Schizophrenia

Daily Strength
www.dailystrength.org/c/Schizophrenia/support-group
Online support group for those with Schizophrenia

Healthline
www.healthline.com/health/schizophrenia
Information related to symptoms, treatment, and causes of Schizophrenia

Mayo Clinic
www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/schizophrenia/basics/definition/con-20021077
Provides medical information regarding the course and treatment of Schizophrenia

NAMI – National Alliance on Mental Illness
www.nami.org
Provides links to local branches, support groups, advocacy groups, and educational resources.

Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance
www.dbsalliance.org
Provides education, information and support for those with Depression or Bipolar Disorder

Anxiety and Depression Association of America
www.adaa.org
Information and Resources for those experiencing Anxiety and Depression

Depression Recovery Groups
www.supportgroupscentral.com/depression/
Online support groups as well as encouragement and information regarding depression

Wing of Madness Depression Guide
www.wingofmadness.com
Information, news and support for people diagnosed with Depression

Mental Health America
www.mentalhealthamerica.net/conditions/depression
Information on the symptoms of Depression and how it might effect various populations or age groups

All About Depression.com
www.allaboutdepression.com
Provides information about Depression and its treatment.

Healthline
www.healthline.com/health/depression
Information related to symptoms, treatment, and causes of Depression

Mayo Clinic
www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/depression/basics/definition/con-20032977
Provides medical information regarding the course and treatment of Depression

Grief and Loss Groups (AARP)
www.aarp.org/griefandloss
Grief and loss groups and resources for families and individuals of all ages

Grief Support Group
Heartland HH Care and Hospice - 314-453-0990 or 636-327-4018
Jefferson Memorial Hospital – 636-933-1325
LSS Hospice – Ballwin – 314-443-2386
LSS Hospice – Des Peres – 314-446-2512
St. Anthony’s Medical Center – 314-525-1999
Groups focusing on the process of grief and provides educational and emotional support

Life After Loss
636-695-2050 or 636-695-2054
Geared towards anyone who has experienced any kind of significant loss

Mercy Friends – Mercy Hospital St. Louis
314-251-6470
On-going support group for persons grieving due to a significant loss

Mercy Hospice St. Louis
314-729-4410
8 session series focused on grief

BDP World
www.bpdworld.org
Provides online support and education for those diagnosed with Borderline Personality Disorder and their loved ones.

National Education Alliance Borderline Personality Disorder
www.borderlinepersonalitydisorder.com
Online education and support for individuals and their families that have Borderline Personality Disorder

TARA National Association for Personality Disorders
www.tara4bpd.org
Provides education and research information regarding personality disorders

Out of the Fog
www.outofthefog.net
Support for those with a family member or loved one with a Personality Disorder

BPD Central
www.bpdcentral.com
Education and support for individuals and their families for those diagnosed with Borderline Personality Disorder and Narcissistic Personality Disorder

Facing the Facts
www.bpdfamily.com
Online support for family and friends of someone diagnosed with Borderline Personality Disorder or Narcissistic Personality Disorder

Healthline
www.healthline.com/health/personality-disorders#Overview1
Information related to symptoms, treatment, and causes of Personality Disorders

Mayo Clinic
www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/personality-disorders/basics/definition/con-20030111
Provides medical information regarding the course and treatment of Personality Disorders

St. Louis Behavioral Medicine Institute
www.slbmi.com/anxietyocd
St. Louis - 314-289-9411
Chesterfield – 636-532-9188
Belleville – 618-825-0051
Anxiety and OCD Treatment Programs

Anxieties.com
www.anxieties.com
Information on a wide variety of Anxiety issues

Anxiety.org
www.anxiety.org
Information regarding a variety of anxiety disorders and treatment methods

The Anxiety Network
www.anxietynetwork.com
Help and support for a variety of anxiety disorders

Anxiety Disorders Association of America
www.adaa.org
Information and Resources for those experiencing Anxiety

Mental Health America
www.mentalhealthamerica.net
Information and support for a variety of Anxiety Disorders

AnxietyBC
www.anxietybc.com
Help with a variety of anxiety disorders for children, youth, and adults

Social Anxiety Association
www.socialphobia.org
Provides information and group support for people with social anxiety

Calm Clinic
www.calmclinic.com
Help for those who with agoraphobia

Encourage Connection
www.encourageconnection.com
Support for a variety of anxiety disorders including panic disorder and agoraphobia

Stress, Anxiety, and Depression Resource Center
www.depression-anxiety-stress-test.org
Information on topics related to stress, anxiety, and depression

Healthline
www.healthline.com/health/anxiety
Information related to symptoms, treatment, and causes of Anxiety Disorders

Mayo Clinic
www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/anxiety/basics/definition/con-20026282
Provides medical information regarding the course and treatment of Anxiety Disorders

International OCD Foundation
www.iocdf.org
Provides support and education for those diagnosed with Obsessional Compulsive Disorder

Peace of Mind Foundation
www.peaceofmind.com
Provides information and support for those diagnosed with OCD

St. Louis OCD Support Group
www.stlocd.org
314-291-7556
Provides information and support groups for those diagnosed with OCD

Beyond OCD
www.beyondocd.org
Information related to diagnosis, treatment and support resources for individuals and families affected by OCD

OCD online
www.ocdonline.com
Information and articles on OCD and its treatment

Daily Strength
www.dailystrength.org/c/Obsessive-Compulsive-Disorder-OCD/support-group
Online support group for those with OCD

National Eating Disorders Association
www.nationaleatingdisorders.org
800-931-2237
Advocates and supports individuals and families affected by eating disorders

McCallum Place
www.mccallumplace.com
314-968-1900
800-828-8158
Evidenced-based comprehensive psychological, nutritional, and medical care

Anorexia and Bulimia Care
www.anorexiabulimiacare.org.uk
Provides support for anyone effected by an eating disorder

Beyond Hunger
www.beyondhunger.org
Information and support for individuals dealing with an eating disorder

Eating Disorders Anonymous
www.eatingdisordersanonymous.org
Resource for local and online support groups for those diagnosed with an eating disorder

National Association of Anorexia Nervosa and Associated Disorders
www.anad.org
Information, treatment options, and support for those with an eating disorder

Mentor Connect
www.mentorconnect-ed.org
Connects individuals with mentors to provide resources and support for those dealing with an eating disorder

Missouri Eating Disorders Association
www.moeatingdisorders.org
314-591-3341
Provides information and resources for those with an eating disorder

St. Louis Behavioral Medicine Institute
www.slbmi.com/eating-disorders
St. Louis - 314-289-9411
Chesterfield – 636-532-9188
Belleville – 618-825-0051
Provides treatment and support for individuals with an eating disorder

Healthline
www.healthline.com/natstandardcontent/alt-eating-disorders
Information related to symptoms, treatment, and causes of eating disorders

Mayo Clinic
www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/eating-disorders/basics/definition/con-20033575
Provides medical information regarding the course and treatment of eating disorders

National Center for Learning Disabilities
www.ncld.org
Information for parents and adults with a learning disability

Learning Disabilities Association of America
www.ldaamerica.org
Education and support for parents and individuals with learning disabilities

The International Dyslexia Society
www.interdys.org
Support for individuals with dyslexia

LD Online
www.ldonline.org
Education and information regarding learning disabilities and ADHD

The Arc
www.thearc.org
800-433-5255
Provides information about intellectual disabilities and local support resources

American Association on Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities
www.aaidd.org
Online education and information for those who are diagnosed with an intellectual or developmental disability and their families.

Healthline
www.healthline.com/symptom/mental-retardation
Information related to symptoms, treatment, and causes of intellectual disabilities

Attention Deficit Disorder Association
www.add.org
Resources and support for children and adults with ADD/ADHD

Inside ADHD
www.insideadhd.org
Online information about treatment and support for children and adults with ADHD

ADDitude
www.additudemag.com
Online magazine providing information and support for individuals with ADHD and their families

LD Online
www.ldonline.org
Education and information regarding ADHD and learning disabilities

Healthline
www.healthline.com/health/adhd
Information related to symptoms, treatment, and causes of ADHD

Mayo Clinic
www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/adult-adhd/basics/definition/con-20034552
Provides medical information regarding the course and treatment of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder

Autism Speaks
www.autismspeaks.org
888-288-4762
Family support for those affected by Autism Spectrum Disorders

Autism Support Network
www.autismsupportnetwork.com
Community support and resources for families affected by Autism Spectrum Disorders

Autism Society
www.autism-society.org
Online support and education for individual and their families affected by Autism Spectrum Disorder

St. Louis Autism Support Group
www.meetup.com/st-louis-autism-support-group
Find local support groups for Autism and Asperger’s Disorders

Behavior Intervention Services
www.behaviorinterventionservices.com
314-395-9375
St. Louis treatment and support options for those diagnosed with an Autism Spectrum Disorder and their loved ones

CAP4Kids
www.cap4kids.org/stlouis/parent-handouts/special-needs-autism
St. Louis resources for individuals diagnosed with an Autism Spectrum Disorder

The Online Asperger Syndrome Information and Support Center
www.aspergersyndrome.org
Information and support for individuals and families affected by Asperger Disorder, Autism Disorder or related disorders

Autism Support Community
www.autismsupportcommunity.org
Information, training and support for parents looking for services for a child

Missouri Autism Coalition
www.facebook.com/Missouri-Autism-Coalition-211606951600534
Be apart of the fight against autism and find information regarding the disorder

Healthline
www.healthline.com/health/autism
Information related to symptoms, treatment, and causes of Austism Spectrum Disorders

Mayo Clinic
www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/autism-spectrum-disorder/basics/definition/con-20021148
Provides medical information regarding the course and treatment of Autism Spectrum Disorders

NAMI – National Alliance on Mental Illness
www.nami.org
Mental Health advocacy organization dedicated to the support of those with mental illness, education, awareness, advocacy, and research. Provides links to local branches, support groups, advocacy groups, and educational resources.

MHAEM – Mental Health America of Eastern Missouri
www.mhaem.org
Promotes mental health and improved care and treatment of those with mental illness through education, advocacy, and services. Provides information about support groups, mental health resources and information, research, and resources for community professionals.

APA – American Psychological Association
www.apa.org
Professional organization representing psychology seeking to expand the role of psychology in the health field in an effort to benefit society and individual lives. Provides articles and publications on relevant psychology innovations, education and self-help information, consumer guides, and research support.

American Psychiatric Association
http://www.psychiatry.org/mental-health
Key information regarding mental illness and the effected populations. Support for individuals and caregivers

APA – Healthy Minds. Healthy Lives.
www.apahealthyminds.blogspot.com
Blog providing information, support, and advice from practicing clinicians for teens, parents, and adults.

NIMH – National Institute for Mental Health
www.nimh.nih.gov
Dedicated to transforming the understanding and treatment of mental illness. Provides over $1.4 billion yearly to support research and technology development for treatment and diagnosis purposes.

Healthy Place
www.healthyplace.com
Online resource and forums for a variety of diagnoses including ADHD, Anxiety, Depression, Eating Disorders, Personality Disorders, and many more.

Daily Strength
www.dailystrength.org
Online support groups and blogs for a variety of mental health diagnoses including ADHD, Anxiety, Depression, Eating Disorders, Personality Disorders, and many more.

MDJunction
www.mdjunction.com
Online support group center that provides specific online support groups for many mental health and physical disorders.

Healthline
www.healthline.com
Information about physical and mental health issues

Mayo Clinic
www.mayoclinic.org
Medical information about physical and mental health disorders

Help Guide
www.helpguide.org
Provides information and support for those diagnosed with a Mental Illness