If you need services for your child or youth, below is a list of CCRB-funded service providers. Start with the category, (for example, Counseling) and read the description for the services offered or follow the link to their website for more specific information about individual programs and services. Services funded through the CCRB are available for children residing in St. Charles County, regardless of income or insurance status. Additional services may be available that are funded through other sources.

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Finding the right program for your child or youth can be a confusing or difficult process. For assistance please call the 24/7 Youth Connection Helpline 1-844-985-8282 or 314-819-8802. This local helpline is managed by Behavioral Health Response (BHR) and is staffed by mental health professionals. You can download a printable 2021 Behavioral Health & Substance Use Treatment Services brochure, which lists the specific programs funded through the CCRB.

To better serve our population, some services are offered in Spanish or using interpretive services for other languages. Agencies providing this are indicated it the lists below.

NEW Services are available in 2022. Good Days Journey Mental Health Services is a new CCRB partner and increased services for many of our services, including psychiatry, psychological assessments, prevention, and counseling, are available. In 2022, the CCRB will fund 33 nonprofit agencies and 54 service programs with a budget of $9.2 million.

  • Big Brothers Big Sisters, comprehensive mentoring and wraparound support for youth, ages 5-18
  • Boys & Girls Club of St. Charles Countyprevention-based after school and summer programs focused on helping youth achieve academic success, live healthy lifestyles, and develop good character
  • CHADS for Mental Health,  school-based counseling support to students and staff, including one-to-one crisis counseling for students who are identified as at-risk for suicide, as well as those students who are suffering from depression or anxiety; Social-Emotional Well Being (SEW) Mentoring for students who have difficulty regulating their emotions and social skills
  • Community Council of St. Charles County, provides Coordinated Entry, a centralized and coordinated housing crisis response system that incorporates initial triage, diversion, intake, assessments, and follow-up; Spanish language services available
  • Compass Health Network, early detection and prevention of emerging school adjustment difficulties for students K-3; school-based mental health support; and intensive home-based support services for caregivers with a child who has a mental health condition; multi-language interpretive services available
  • F.A.C.T. (Family Advocacy and Community Training),  parent and caregiver support services for families with a child diagnosed with a mental health condition in conjunction with Compass Health Network’s Partnership with Families program
  • Foster & Adoptive Care Coalition, comprehensive programs for foster and adoptive caregivers include 24/7 crisis support and parenting education; educational advocacy; and kinship placement for children in foster care
  • Gateway Human Trafficking, community and parent education presentations focused on human trafficking awareness and prevention; prevention-theme video project
  • NAMI St. Louis, psycho-education presentations for caregivers of a child living with a mental health condition
  • Nurses for Newborns, in-home nursing visits and case management which promote healthcare, education and positive parenting skills for pregnant mothers and mothers of infants up to age 2; multi-language interpretive services available
  • Saint Louis Crisis Nursery, delivers critical home and community-based child abuse and neglect prevention interventions to families at risk for child abuse or neglect; Spanish language services available
  • Saints Joachim & Ann Care Service, programs to end homelessness and hunger by ensuring that basic needs of children and their families are met including a stable, sanitary and safe place to call home
  • ThriVe St. Louis, Safe Defense program, a workshop for youth teaching empowerment safety through self-defense moves, escapes, and techniques (NEW in 2022)
  • TREE House of Greater St. Louis,  equine-assisted therapy for youth with a wide range of emotional, social or psychological issues related to bullying, trauma, at-risk youth, and/or relational issues
  • United Services for Children, early childhood education support services for children from 18-36 months, who have been diagnosed with a developmental disability or delay
  • Preferred Family Healthcare, comprehensive support for drug and alcohol use treatment; includes evaluation, therapy, and education; multi-language interpretive services available
  • Behavioral Health Response (BHR), 24/7 crisis intervention helpline for youth and their families; services include assessments, referrals, service linkage, and mobile outreach, and community presentations
  • LINC St. Charles County, emergency services for families and children at risk for homelessness or in crisis, including counseling, music therapy, child care, and housing assistance
  • NAMI St. Louis, provides Crisis Intervention Training for Law Enforcement Officers
  • Saint Louis Counseling, crisis intervention counseling for parochial schools and public schools
  • The Child Advocacy Center of Northeast Missouri, a Child Advocacy Center providing forensic interviews and advocacy services for children reporting allegations of sexual and physical abuse
  • Youth In Need, provides mobile street outreach and support for youth in crisis; community presentations about the Safe Place network
  • CHADS Coalition for Mental Health, suicide prevention presentations for students in grades 5-12
  • Compass Health Network, violence prevention programs for students in grades K-8
  • Kids Under Twenty One, suicide prevention for grades 6-12; suicide awareness training for adults working with youth
  • NAMI St. Louis, teaches about the warning signs of mental health conditions and what steps to take if you or a loved one are showing symptoms of a mental health condition
  • Preferred Family Healthcare, substance use prevention through a school-based, multi-tiered continuum program for students in grades K-12; multi-language interpretive services available
  • The Child Advocacy Center of Northeast Missouri, child sexual abuse prevention for youth; Mandated Reporter training for adults working with youth
  • ThriVe St. Louis, interactive risk-avoidance, sexual education presentations promoting healthy relationships for students in grades 6-12
  • Youth In Need, transitional living program for youth, ages 16 to 21, which helps teens learn the basic independent life skills necessary to be independent and lead productive lives
  • Epworth Children & Family Services, supervised and independent transitional living program for youth 16 to 23, who are struggling with housing insecurity, multi-language interpretive services available

For more resources, visit www.communitycouncilstc.org/resources/searchable-resource-directory for more detailed descriptions of many of the programs listed above along with other program services that exist in our community.  You may search by service category, population, and zip code.