St. Louis Mental Health Board

St. Louis Mental Health Board

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Projects

  • Education and Counseling Services for Significantly Traumatized Children and their Families
  • The Education and Counseling Services for Significantly Traumatized Children and their Families program serves children who under 18 years old who have a significant history of abuse/neglect and are at high risk for abuse or neglect (with a special emphasis placed on children in the foster care system, adopted or living in a kinship/guardianship placement) by providing individual and family counseling/support, therapeutic groups, specialized parenting education, trauma assessment and psychological evaluations, as well as advocacy and other system and community referrals as needed.
  • Childrens Services Fund
  • Impact Area: Thriving & Connecting
  • St. Louis City Child Abuse Prevention and Treatment
  • The Child Abuse Prevention and Treatment (CAPT) program serves children ages 2-18 who are at risk of abuse, are exhibiting emotional/behavioral problems as a result of abuse, and/or have a history of witnessing domestic violence or other factors that place them at increased danger for maltreatment by providing individual and/or family therapy.
  • Childrens Services Fund
  • Impact Area: Thriving & Connecting
  • ROW's Family Strengths Program
  • The ROW Family Strengths program serves the mothers of children ages 0-18 living in low income environments in communities with high incidences of community violence, the majority of whom have experienced multiple barriers to family stabilization (including domestic violence) by providing a 12-week Family Strengths Parenting Education class, REAP (Realizing your Economic Action Plan) and family and economic advocacy.
  • Childrens Services Fund
  • Impact Area: Thriving & Connecting
  • Rebuilding Lives
  • The Rebuilding Lives program serves adults ages 18 and older living in the City of St. Louis who are diagnosed with or are exhibiting symptoms of PTSD, anxiety and/or depression, the majority of whom have experienced multiple barriers to family stabilization, are living in low income, female-headed households and live in communities with high incidences of violence by providing individual therapy.
  • Mental Health Fund
  • Impact Area 2: Treatment / Intervention