• Approved List of Outside Counseling Providers
    • Outside Agencies that Provide Counseling Services
      • Annie’s Hope: Provides comprehensive support services for children, teens, and families grieving a death
      • Chad’s Coalition: Offers signs of suicide, family support, and social/emotional well-being programs to advance the awareness and prevention of depression and suicide
      • Easterseals: Offers autism resources, parent training, workshops, employment training, and more to change the way the world views and defines disability
      • Every Child’s Hope (ECH): Provides a variety of services, including outpatient psychiatric services like assessment, treatment plans, and medication management
      • Growing American Youth: A social support organization for youth who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, asexual, or questioning their gender identity or sexual orientation
      • Kids in the Middle: Provides counseling services addressing the mental, cognitive, and behavioral health of children whose families are in transition due to parental separation, divorce, and remarriage
      • Kids Under Twenty One (KUTO): Provides crisis prevention, suicide intervention, and postvention support services, including community awareness, outreach, and education; a youth-staffed telephone hotline; Peer Helper Skills Training; and support for survivors of a completed suicide
      • Preferred Family Healthcare: Provides substance use treatment tailored to fit each adolescent’s needs. There is a continuum of care from residential and day treatment to intensive outpatient, outpatient, and aftercare
      • The Queer and Trans Wellness Clinic at Saint Louis University Offers individual and group therapy for queer and trans youth and their family.
      • Youth in Need: Can assess the situation and offer counseling, support, a place to stay, transportation or other resources for young people in need of a safe place.

    • Exchange of Information Form  - Allows school counselors or other school personnel to collaborate with outside mental health providers