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Crisis in Ferguson
BJC Behavioral Health recognizes the impact that the events in Ferguson, Missouri, following the death of Michael Brown, have had on our community. The issues are complex and are still evolving. Behavioral health plays a key role in how we process and cope with these events.

If you feel that you need help in dealing with the emotional and mental stress that you may be experiencing, the Behavioral Health Response crisis line is available 24/7.

phone -- 314.469.6644
toll-free -- 800.811.4760
TTY -- 314.469.3638 
Behavioral Health Response

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New Child Psychiatrists
BJC Behavioral Health announces new child psychiatrists at our 343 South Kirkwood Road (get a map) and 3165 McKelvey Road (get a map) offices.

To make an appointment, call 314.729.4040.

There are no geographic restraints or restrictions.

Meet our new child psychiatrists.

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BJC Behavioral Health (BJC BH) is an affiliated member of BJC HealthCare offering comprehensive community-based behavioral health services to children and adults in the St. Louis metropolitan area and in the Missouri counties of Washington, Iron and St. Francois.

The services offered help people with a range of behavioral health needs. A primary strategy of BJCBH is extension of services into the community, building capacity. Services are offered at home, school, workplace and other community settings.

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