Helpful Resources


Parent Resources

Outside Agencies:


Name

Phone

Description

Alliance for the Mentally Ill

(314) 966-4670

Information on depression, bipolar, and other mental health issues.

Al-anon/Ala-teen

(314) 647-1572

Fellowship of relatives and friends of alcoholics who share their experiences and provide strength.

Annie's Hope

(314) 965-5015

A bereavement center for kids and families.

Behavioral Health Response

(314) 469-6644

Mental health crisis hotline and mobile outreach unit.

Centerpoint Hospital

(636) 441-7300

Adolescent assessment and referral for psychiatric issues and drug abuse.

Child Abuse/Neglect Hotline

(800) 392-3738

24 hour hotline used to advocate for someone you suspect is being abused or neglected.

Children's Advocacy Services of Greater St. Louis

(314) 516-6798(314) 535-3003

Dedicated to reducing the effects of trauma on children and adolescents.

Covenant House

(800) 999-9999

Emergency shelter and counseling services.

Crime Victim Advocacy Center

(314) 652-3623

Hotline for victims of violent crimes. Caller's needs will be assessed and appropriate referral made.

Crossroads

(636) 532-1991

Adolescent outpatient program for drug abuse.

Department of Health - Jefferson County

636-797-3737

Provides medical evaluation and testing. Includes STD clinic, mental health, dental, and eye exams.

Epworth Children and Family Services

(314) 961-5718

Provides youth development services to help children overcome severe emotional and behavioral challenges.

Family Resource Center

(314) 534-9350

Assists in improving relationships between parents and their children.

Family Support Network

(314) 963-9571

Professional counseling and other family support services. Free or reduced rates.

Homeless Hotline

(314) 802-5444

Homeless hotline for St. Louis city and county.

Hyland Behavioral Health @ St. Anthony's

(314) 525-4400

Intake and assessment; treatment for adolescents (may be a fee).

Kids in the Middle

(314) 909-9922

Counseling services for children and adolescents experiencing parent's divorce and/or separation.

Kids Under Twenty-One (KUTO)

(314) 644-5886

Crisis helpline. Sun-Thurs 4-10pm and Fri-Sat 4pm-midnight.

Legal Services of Eastern Missouri

(314) 534-4200

Legal services/advice for equal access to justice for low income families.

Life Crisis Services

(314) 647-3100

Telephone counseling and referral services.

Lindbergh Social Workers

(314) 729-2400

Carol Sosa (x2452) and Harlan Krier (x1582), intervention counselors for Lindbergh schools.

National Council on Alcohol & Drug Abuse (NCADA)

(314) 962-3456

Information, counseling, referral, and assessment for substance abuse.

National Eating Disorders Association

(800) 931-2237

Provides information about eating disorders and treatment.

National Suicide Prevention Life Line

(800) 273-TALK

Immediate assistance provided. Will refer to local prevention and mental health services providers.

Parent Link

(800) 552-8522

Provides free parenting information.

Rainbow Youth Hotline

(877) LGBT-YTH

24 hour hotline for gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgendered youth.

Rape, Abuse, and Incest National Network

(800) 656-4673

Helps find local counseling resources.

Jefferson Regional Medical Center

(636)933-1000

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Mental health assessment and treatment for adolescents.

United Way

211

Puts you in touch with twenty different community helping organizations

The Wellness Community

(314) 238-2000

Support for cancer patients and their family members.

Youth Emergency Services (YES)

(314) 727-6294

Emergency housing and counseling.

Youth In Need (YIN)

(314) 946-0101 946-3771 hotline

Transitional, residential treatment for adolescents.

YWCA of Greater St. Louis

(314) 726-6665 531-7273 hotline

St. Louis Regional Sexual Assault Center for minors, transitional housing, and woman's safe house for adults.

Other Basic Needs


Name

Phone

Description

Desoto Food Pantry

(636)586-7300

A collaborative partnership supplying basic food needs to the De Soto Community.

Carver House

(314) 652-8485

Emergency help, prescription drugs, and clothing.

Catholic Charities

(314) 367-5500

Emergency food, utilities, clothing, and shelter.

Circle of Concern

(636) 861-2623

Food pantry located in Valley Park.

Community Outreach Center

(314) 652-6954

Food, utilities, rent, and mortgage assistance.

Energy Assistance Help

(866) 430-0828

Alleviates the threat of utility disconnection or restores utility service. Also provides money management and energy conservation classes, weatherization of homes, minor energy related repairs, and repair/installation of furnace & air conditioners.

Energycare Information

(314) 773-5900

Provides energy services and information for low-income elderly, disabled, ill, and young children.

Feed My People

(314) 631-4900

Emergency and long-term food help, along with other programs for families in need.

Heat Up St. Louis

(314) 241-7668

Year-round assistance to help people who are at risk when the weather gets bitterly cold or brutally hot.

Housing Resource Center/Homeless Hotline

(314) 802-5440

Assists with any housing or shelter need.

Human Development Corporation

(314) 613-2200

Utility assistance for St. Louis City and Wellston residents.

MO Low Income Home Energy Assistance

(314) 863-0015

Financial assistance to help pay heating bills (October - March).

Mortgage Negotiators

(314) 553-0680

Helps negotiate your mortgage with your lender.

Operation Food Search

(314) 726-5355

St. Louis area food bank that provides emergency hunger relief and nutrition education.

Red Cross

(800) 864-3575

General information.

Salvation Army

(314) 646-3000

Rent, utilities, after-school programs, food.

St. Vincent de Paul Society

(314) 531-7837

Food, furniture, clothing, and utilities.

United Way

211

Puts you in touch with twenty different community helping organizations.

**Additional information and resources can be found at the following links:


http://www.211missouri.org/