Behavioral Health Service Providers
Behavioral Health Service Providers are agencies who offer mental health and/or substance use services.
Click here for more information about Crisis Services. For immediate assistance in all crises:
- Call 911 for emergency services
- Go to the nearest hospital emergency room
Certified Providers Directory
This is a list of all Division of Behavioral Health Certified providers. This alphabetical listing includes contracted and non-contracted alcohol and drug treatment providers and psychiatric services providers. Click here for Alphabetical Listing of Division of Behavioral Health Certified Programs. For DBH service area maps and service area contact click here.
Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinics
Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinics (CCBHCs) are behavioral health organizations that provide comprehensive, coordinated and quality behavioral health services which includes substance use and mental health services.
All CCBHCs provide the following services for youth, adolescents and adults: Crisis Mental Health Services, Screening, Assessment, and Diagnosis, Patient-centered Treatment Planning, Outpatient Mental Health, Substance Use Disorder Treatment Services, Screening and Monitoring of Health Risks and Targeted Case Management. For more information visit: Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinics. Click here for the Directory of Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinics.
There are special programs to help children and youth between the ages of 12 and 17 who have a substance use disorder. Minors can be signed into a program by their parents or guardians. In some cases they will placed in treatment by Youth Services, Children’s Services, or by the courts. For more information regarding early childhood mental health visit: Healthy Kids or Children's Services. Click her for the Directory of ADOLESCENT Substance Use Treatment Programs
Community Mental Health Centers
Community Mental Health Centers and/or Affiliates are responsible for providing these services. These agencies determine a person's eligibility for services and provide those services. For a map and listing of the Community Mental Health Centers by county visit: Community Mental Health Centers.
Consumer Operated Services
Consumer-operated services programs (COSP) are peer-run service programs that are administratively controlled and operated by mental health consumers and emphasize self-help as their operational approach. Drop-In Centers are a safe place where consumers can go to find recovery programs and services provided by their peers. They offer a wide variety of services including recovery focused support groups, life enhancement skills, goal setting, problem solving, computer and internet access as well as socialization with others in recovery. Anyone with a mental health diagnosis or who is or has experienced symptoms of a mental illness is welcome to participate in services. All services are self-directed and free of charge. Click here for more information regarding Consumer-operated services programs.
DMH offers behavioral health services from ASL-fluent staff at two Specialized Outpatient Centers and statewide through telehealth. Crisis services are available in ASL over videophone or by text. The Deaf Services Advocates Program supports the needs of Deaf people served at Community Mental Health Centers and Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinics. For more information, visit Deaf Services Information for Consumers and Families.
Help for Women - Substance Use Treatment
There are programs around the state that serve women only. For those programs offering residential services, women can bring their young children into services with them. Women who are pregnant, have a newborn, or have children living with them have first priority to get help from these programs. Women often have other circumstances in their lives beyond substance use, and these programs provide individualized services to meet the needs of women. Click here for the Directory of WOMEN AND CHILDREN Substance Use Treatment Programs
Help for Adults - Substance Use Treatment
A wide array of clinical treatment services for adults are located across the state. Individualized services are available to provide Missourians with access to treatment and to assist them in achieving and maintaining recovery from substance(s). Treatment routinely includes assessment, individual and group counseling, family counseling, education, participation in self-help groups, and other structured, therapeutic measures. Detoxification and residential support services are offered for those who need a safe, substance-free environment early in the treatment process. Click here for the Directory of ADULT Substance Use Treatment Programs
Help for Opioid Dependence
These specialty medication-assisted treatment programs are designed for medically-supervised withdrawal from heroin and other opiate drugs, followed by ongoing treatment and rehabilitation for addiction and related life problems. Priority admission is given to women who are pregnant and persons who are HIV positive. Missouri's opioid treatment programs meet required federal guidelines. Click here for the Directory of OPIOID (Methadone) Treatment Programs
Help for Compulsive Gambling
The DBH administers outpatient treatment services throughout Missouri for people who compulsive gamble and their families. Treatment services are funded through fees collected from Missouri’s casino properties. Contracted agencies employing counselors specially trained to provide treatment for compulsive gambling offer services free of charge. For more information visit: Compulsive Gambling Services. Click here for the Directory of COMPULSIVE GAMBLING Treatment Programs
Recovery Support Services
Recovery support programs offer services such as care coordination, recovery coaching, spiritual counseling, group support, recovery housing and transportation, before, during, after and in coordination with other substance use disorder service providers. These services are offered in a multitude of settings including community, faith-based and peer recovery organizations. Recovery support programs are person-centered and self-directed allowing individual's choice of provider. Click here for more information regarding Recovery Support Services.