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CHADS provides hope and help. We offer services to help families and teens when support is needed. Additionally CHADS offers programs for schools and community groups on topics related to bullying and mental health. Programs and services are usually at no cost.
Resources for youth and their families
CHADS' Family Support offers individual or group support in the form of counseling, mentoring, support groups and post-crisis intervention. Click here to learn more about family support. You can also contact CHADS Family Support by phone at 314-952-8274 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Resources for schools & community groups
If you are interested in scheduling a mental health or bullying-related presentation or training for your school or community group, please click here to learn about CHADS' programming.
Resources available outside of CHADS
Visit our community resource page to gain access to organized lists of mental health resources available. You will find contact information for mental health organizations, physicians, residential and outpatient programs, and resources sorted into area. Listings are for information only and do not imply an endorsement.
Additional resources found on CHADS website
- signs and symptoms of depression, suicide and bipolar disorder
- statistics surrounding mental health
- teen/young adult resources
- college resources
- parent/guardian resources
- educator resources
- community happenings
- community resources
- research supported by CHADS