United Way 211
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Consumer Health Complete
Provides content from periodicals, pamphlets and reference works covering all areas of health and wellness from mainstream medicine to the many perspectives of complementary, holistic and integrated medicine.
Fulton State Hospital
A regional long-term adult inpatient facility serving 31 counties in central and northern Missouri and providing “Maximum Security and Intermediate Security Forensic mental health services for the entire state of Missouri.”
Missouri Psychiatric Center (Formerly Mid-Missouri Mental Health Center)
Treatment services for “adults, adolescents, children and their families who are in crisis or who need a comprehensive diagnosis evaluation in an inpatient setting.”
Not-for-profit mental health program providing adult psychiatric services, assistance with medication, drop-in rehabilitation, structured substance abuse treatment programs and support for transition from homelessness.
Pathways Community Behavioral Healthcare, Inc.
Not-for-profit center serving 30 Missouri counties with in-home psychiatric rehabilitation, out-patient mental health, substance abuse services and adolescent and adult residential treatment.
Phoenix Programs, Inc.
A behavioral health center focusing on individuals and their families who seek long term recovery from substance use disorders and enhancement of mental and physical wellness. Programs include residential treatment for adult men and outpatient treatment for men, women and adolescents.
Missouri Dept. of Mental Health
The Division of Behavioral Health (DBH) “is responsible for assuring the availability of prevention, evaluation, treatment and rehabilitation services for individuals and families requiring public mental health services throughout the State of Missouri.”
Mental Health America
A non-profit organization working to inform, advocate and enable access to quality behavioral health services for all Americans.
A non-profit organization focusing on treatment alternatives and human rights for people labeled with psychiatric disabilities.
National Institute of Mental Health
Information, reports and updates on treatment from government and privately funded research. Includes information on clinical trials, medications and statistics with many printable publications and fact sheets on frequently asked questions.