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BHR Chief Clinical Officer Dr. Bart Andrews Shares Partnership with 998, National Suicide Lifeline
We’re pleased to share our partnership with the 988, national suicide lifeline on Delmar Divine’s inaugural podcast. Dr. Bart Andrews, chief clinical officer, shares lifesaving news for 2.5 million Missourians,…
St. Louis mental health experts share tips how to cope with the mass shootings
BHR Chief Clincal Officer Dr. Bart Andrews shares mental health coping strategies in light of the mass shootings. We are here for you 24/7, 365 days of the year. Call…
St. Louis mental health diversion programs helped residents and saved the city $2.6M
Two programs that work to keep St. Louis residents experiencing mental health crises out of the judicial system appear to be saving the city money. Both Cops and Clinicians and…
St. Louis program keeping mental health crises from resulting in jail, hospital stays, officials say
ST. LOUIS — Last year, calls to 911 in St. Louis started to change. Some callers seeking help with a mental or behavioral health crisis, have begun to say, “We…
How St. Louis is changing what it means to be a first responder
The banging woke Kim from a deep, alcohol-steeped sleep. The last few months had been rough. An ex-boyfriend had reappeared, wreaking havoc in her marriage. She turned to alcohol more…