Gateway to Hope- Breast Health Screening Support

Gateway to Hope helps patients get the help they need with breast health screenings, transportation to appointments, financial assistance when applicable, and other barriers to care when it comes to breast health.

Through their patient support programs, they partner with patients to reduce the financial and emotional burdens of seeking care, empowering individuals to focus on their health.

Patients or caregivers can learn more by visiting the website, calling the screening team, or sending an email to screening@gthmo.org

 

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Location:

3114 Sutton Blvd.
Maplewood, MO 63143

With services reaching the entire St. Louis Metro Area, including Franklin County

Hours:

N/A

Website:

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Phone:

314.743.3380

Tri-County Birthright

Tri-County Birthright was founded in 1976 with support from concerned community members. This branch serves three counties: Jefferson County, Franklin County, and Washington County. The office is in Eureka, just off highway 44.

Provides free help with:

  • Pregnancy Testing
  • Counseling
  • Diapers
  • Clothes
  • Baby Care Items
  • Breast Pumps
  • Cribs  and more.

They also provide warm referrals and support for pregnant women and new mothers who are seeking other helpful resources.

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Location:

300 W 4th Street, Suite E
Eureka, MO 63025

Hours:

MON: 9:30 - 3:30
TUES: 9:30 - 3:30
WED: 9:30 - 3:30
THU: 9:30 - 3:30

Website:

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Phone:

636.938.4221
24 hour hotline: 800.550.4900

Mercy Substance Use Recovery Program

This outpatient program focuses on helping people find sobriety, set goals, and connect to other needed resources.

The program includes the use of medication assisted treatment for substance use disorder, including Suboxone, Vivitrol, and other medications.

Private insurance and Medicaid are accepted, and uninsured individuals receive assistance securing insurance or other forms of payment.  No patient is turned away.

Treatment is provided for Substance Use Disorder, Opioid Use Disorder, Alcohol, Amphetamines and Mental Health concerns.

Call 636.649.3080 to make an appointment. Walk-ins accepted on Mondays and Thursdays as well.

 

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Location:

Mercy Clinic
1935 Prairie Dell Road
Union, MO 63084

Hours:

At this location, patients are seen:

Mondays & Thursdays from 8am-4pm

Website:

N/A

Phone:

636.649.3080

Grief Support Group- GRASP

GRASP – Grief Recovery After a Substance Passing – provides sources of help, compassion and, most of all, understanding for individuals and families who have experienced the death of a loved one due to drug use.  If you’ve lost someone you love to drug or alcohol use, don’t grieve alone.

This group meets the 3rd Saturday of each month at 1:00pm at the Foundations for Franklin County Office.

There is no cost to attend, but pre-registration is requested prior to your first meeting.  Please call 636-288-9856 or email FCMOGRASP@outlook.com to connect with group facilitators Sarah and Tom.

 

 

 

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Caring.com Resources for Seniors

The CDC reports that 20% of people aged 55+ experience mental health issues. Access to structured programs can significantly help manage these concerns. We’ve developed a guide discussing mental health conditions in seniors and housing and care options.

 

This online resource for Seniors 55 and over provides information about mental health concerns for this population.  There are also links to help people find adequate support for their senior loved ones in the Franklin County Community.

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Confident Kid Dental Charity

Category: DentalHealth Care

Confident Kid Dental Charity partners with families, dentists and funders to provide dental care financial support to kids on Medicaid in Franklin County, Missouri.

Confident Kid Dental Charity will pay the dental expense for a child (age 18 month to 18 years) to see a dentist, whether the dentist is a Medicaid provider or not.

Online application is available at  www.confidentkid.org/contact-us/

Or contact Susan@confidentkid.org to complete a brief application.

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Salam Free Health Clinic

Category: Health Care

This is a free, walk-in clinic sponsored by the Muslim Community of St. Louis, Deaconess Nurse Ministry, and St. Peter’s United Church of Christ.

Basic medical services for adults 18 and over.  Includes screening, treatment and referrals, free of charge.  No insurance required, but a photo ID is required to be seen in the clinic.

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Location:

St. Peter's United Church of Christ
20 East Fifth Street
Washington, MO 63090

Use entrance on Market Street

Hours:

Second Saturday of Each Month

11am-1pm

Website:

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Phone:

n/a

Nightlight Christian Adoptions

About Us:
Nightlight Christian Adoptions is a non-profit organization that assists expectant mothers who have questions about their options. Our no-pressure approach is designed to educate and inform so she makes an informed decision based on what is truly best for her situation. Our pregnancy counselors meet with expectant mothers in their community.
We provide options & pregnancy counseling for expectant mothers, as well as case management throughout the pregnancy. We help clients connect with community resources via referrals. Some financial assistance may be available.
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Location:

Administration Office:
10306 Business 21
Hillsboro, MO 63050

Services provided by staff who drive to their clients.

Hours:

Office Hours: M-F, 8:30am-5:00pm

Website:

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Phone:

Main Contact Phone:
24-hour Expectant Parent Inquiry Line - 314-596-1641

Office Phone: 636-797-4100

Show Me Hope Missouri

Free confidential crisis counseling in response to a disaster or critical event.

Call or text to connect with help at no cost.

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ARCHway Institute’s Advocate for Hope Program

Advocates for Hope includes individuals in recovery and caregivers affected by addiction. Both are able to offer support, based on their own personal experience.

Often ARCHway’s requests for help are from individuals and families like you, who don’t know what to do or where to go for help. They feel alone. They are fearful. And they feel like there is no hope.

Our Advocates for Hope can provide emotional support and help guide you towards the right resources whether that be treatment, recovery housing, or community support.

This process can start with one of ARCHway’s Peer Advocates.

These individuals have the knowledge and experience to guide individuals and families towards a path of recovery. They can also direct you to ARCHway Institute’s additional advocates: caregivers, counselors, and professionals.

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Location:

Confidential online form to connect with an Advocate who understands substance use disorder. These individuals have the knowledge and experience to guide individuals and families towards a path of recovery. They can also direct you to ARCHway Institute’s additional advocates: caregivers, counselors, and professionals. this confidential form.

Hours:

Forms may be submitted at any time.
Advocates respond to all requests within 48 hours.

Website:

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Phone:

1-314-635-8887