Self Help Center
Rating: 4.76 stars 17 17 reviews
8301 Crest Industrial Drive St. Louis MO 63123 USA
Our mission is to provide a safe, healthy, and comfortable environment where adults with mental illness may find hope and encouragement to take responsibility for their recovery through self-help, peer support, socialization, education, and spiritual growth.
Open to any individual 18 and older residing within the Eastern District of Missouri who have experienced symptoms of mental illness or co-occurring disorder.
Geographic areas served:
Eastern Distric of Missouri as identified by the Missouri Department of Mental Health.
Support Groups: Anxiety, Depression Bipolar (DBSA), Procovery, Self Esteem, Problem Solving, NAMI Connections, Addictions (Co-Occurring), Spirituality. Community Education: QPR Suicide Intervention Training Certified Missouri Peer Specialist Services: One on One or Group Services Student Services: Q&A held as needed for local college students. College course observations of groups. Free computer lab, local and long distance calling, resource assistance, resource publications, and lending library.
Filter Reviews by Role
Promote This Nonprofit
Donor & Volunteer Advisory
This organization's nonprofit status may be in question. You'll need to check recent news about this organization. For more information please visit http://apps.irs.gov/app/eos/forwardToRevokeDownload.do
GreatNonprofits, as an impartial aggregator of reviews, takes no position on allegations made or issues raised by third parties. However, donors and volunteers can read recent news about this organization and determine for themselves whether such information is relevant.
Reviews for Self Help Center
As a Certrified Missouri Peer Specialist I can attest to the fact that Self Help Center has an incredibly positive impact on many lives. The levels of recovery I have observed at SHC are phenominal!! Members, staff, and volunteers are all dedicated to the idea(l) of client based recovery services. The programing offered is based on the wants and needs of the SHC community and provides opportunities for sharing, learning, and growth. I also hold a Masters in Library Science and Information Technology and have worked in the mental health field (as well as being a consumer) for quite a few years. I have encounter many, many types of recovery - or so called recovery - programs. SHC is by far the best and most dedicated to true consumer lead recovery.
Will you volunteer or donate to this organization beyond what is required of advisors?
How much of an impact do you think this organization has?
Will you tell others about this organization?
When was your last experience with this nonprofit?