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.
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