Services for Mental Health

At West County Behavioral Health, you have access to quality individualized mental health care services. We believe that everyone deserves to feel supported and to receive the care they need. Our team of licensed mental health professionals has specialized training in a comprehensive range of treatment options. We are here to help you on your journey to wellness.

Mental Health Services That Fit Your Needs

We understand that your situation and needs are unique. We provide services to people of all ages who are seeking help as an individual, a couple, or as a family. You will find the help you need here.



Meet people with similar struggles or challenges and encourage each other on.

Shaking the Stigma

The stigma associated with mental health disorders and issues prevents many people from reaching out to get help. They feel ashamed and afraid of the discrimination and prejudice they will face when the community around them finds out. This has also pushed some in recovery from mental health and substance use to abandon treatment. If left untreated, mental health conditions become more severe and persistent mental illness may impair their ability to function in daily life.

We are advocates for mental health and reduce stigma through our presentations and seminars that raise awareness and educate the public. You do not have to worry when reaching out to us as all your information is kept confidential and protected by law. Additionally, we offer private telehealth services. Our therapists are committed to providing a safe and stigma-free environment for clients to achieve their recovery goals and live their best lives.

West County Behavioral Health, St. Louis, MO

West County Behavioral Health is a mental health care provider. We are dedicated to providing high-quality therapy and psychiatric services to the general public of the Greater St. Louis area. We offer in-person and telehealth support services to help our clients access the help they need. 

Call us at (314) 200-5131 for an appointment today.

Get Immediate Help

For urgent or potentially life-threatening situations, use these resources to find help immediately:

911 – Emergency Medical Services

For potentially life-threatening situations, call 911. Available 24 hours a day.

988 – Suicide & Crisis Lifeline

If you or someone you know is suicidal or in emotional distress, call or text 988 to talk to a trained crisis counselor. Available 24 hours a day. Calls are toll-free. Counselors at the crisis center provide crisis counseling and mental health referrals.

1-800-985-5990 – Disaster Distress Helpline

If you are in emotional distress related to any natural or human-caused disaster, Call or text 1-800-985-5990. Available 24/7, multilingual and toll-free.