Service Members, Veterans & Their Families
Looking for Mental Health Assistance?
Missouri’s brave Service Members, Veterans and their families face unique challenges: physical and mental trauma from deployments, separation from families, death, physical injuries and the invisible wounds of war to name a few. Their families struggle as well. Spouses, friends, parents, grandparents, siblings and children with a parent in the military may suffer from anxiety due to fears that their loved one will be hurt or injured during deployment. The Missouri Department of Mental Health is committed to serving those who serve and their families.
Mental Health Services Map
For your convenience in finding behavioral health resources, we have compiled the following map of providers. The providers listed have agreed to work with the military community. These links will take you out of the Missouri Department of Mental Health's website. We neither endorse nor take responsibility for the content of other organization's websites. The clinician’s credentials are verified monthly but DMH does not verify their specialty certifications.
By using this map, you are bound to the:
For Servicemembers, Veterans & Families
- Military Culture Training-PsychArmor's Healthcare Provider Certificate
- Eating Disorders Resources for Providers Working with Military Personnel
- General Mental Health
- Military Sexual Trauma
- Post Traumatic Stress Disorder
- Provider Resources
- Substance Abuse
- Traumatic Brain Injury
- Guide to Working with Missouri's Service Members, Veterans & their Families