Contracted Agencies

9716026_lThe Lincoln County Resource Board (LCRB) allocated approximately $1.3 million in funding for 2018 children’s mental health services. The funding will cover 12 not-for-profit agencies that provide direct treatment services and early intervention and prevention programming, addressing mental health needs and promoting the safety and wellness of Lincoln County youth. LCRB-funded services include crisis care; counseling; parenting programs; psychiatric services; substance use disorder outpatient services; therapeutic mentoring; school-based prevention programs and more.

FY 2018 LCRB Funded Agencies

  • Arise Equine Therapy Foundation www.ariseequinetherapy.org, 314-799-4294
  • Equine-assisted psychotherapy to develop and strengthen emotional intelligence skills, resilience and promote healthy behaviors (referrals from Crider Health Center)
  • Catholic Family Services www.cfsstl.org, 636-528-5911
  • School-based counseling, bullying prevention and BrainWise program (Catholic schools) and small-group facilitated counseling (all schools)
  • Counseling, including Love & Logic parenting classes
  • Outpatient psychiatric services: 636-281-1990
  • The Child Center www.thechildcenter.com, 636-332-0545
  • Child abuse prevention program (body safety, Internet safety and harassment; age-appropriate curriculum offered for early childhood through middle school students)
  • Child and family advocacy services supporting child victims of abuse and their involved caregivers
  • Crider Health Center www.compasshealthnetwork.org, 888-403-1071
  • School-based mental health specialists
  • Partnership with Families program
  • Pinocchio in-school early intervention program
  • School-based prevention programs (age-appropriate curriculum for grades K-8, including anger/conflict management, bullying/cyberbullying, coping skills, self esteem and healthy relationships)
  • Crisis Nursery Wentzville www.crisisnurserykids.org, 636-887-3070
  • Respite care for children 0-12 during times of family crisis and assistance to meet children’s basic needs
  • Family Advocacy and Community Training (F.A.C.T.) www.factmo.org, 636-949-2425
  • Parent peer-support partners help families navigate resources and advocate for their child (Medicaid only)
  • Nurses for Newborns www.nfnf.org/Missouri, 800-452-4784
  • Home-based prenatal, infant and caregiver program to help infants thrive
  • Preferred Family Healthcare, Inc. www.pfh.org, 636-528-7226
  • Team of Concern works with students of all ages to promote resiliency, healthy habits and age-appropriate substance use education to reduce risk of unhealthy behaviors
  • Outpatient substance use disorder treatment, provided at Preferred and at The Farm
  • Presbyterian Children’s Homes and Services www.pchas.org, 314-785-0180
  • Community and school-based therapeutic mentoring services
  • Sts. Joachim & Ann Care Service www.jacares.org, 636-441-1302
  • Intensive case management services to children and families who are homeless or at risk of homelessness
  • ThriVe www.bestchoicestl.org, 314-991-7990
  • Promotes healthy relationships and choices for middle through high school students with a focus on risk avoidance
  • Youth in Need www.youthinneed.org, 636-946-0101
  • School-based mental health counseling services (Elsberry School District)