Behavioral Health Network of Greater St. Louis
Behavioral Health Network of Greater St. Louis is a collaborative effort of providers, advocacy organizations, government leaders and community members dedicated to developing an accessible and coordinated system of behavioral healthcare throughout the Eastern Region of Missouri.
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To improve our community by leading behavioral health planning and coordination through shared responsibility, accountability, transparency, inclusiveness, mutual respect and racial equality.
We CONNECT, COMMUNICATE, COORDINATE and COLLABORATE for systemic change to:
the overall system of care and support, helping people with behavioral health needs get the help they need when and where they need it. This ensures people get treatment before their illnesses become more serious, more complex, and more difficult and costly to treat.
critical gaps in the service delivery system and pursue resources needed for our region to fill these gaps and improve care.
the health care system to increase efficiencies, which builds capacity to help more people with the same limited amount of public health resources.
relationships and initiatives with multiple sectors of the community to ensure comprehensive and sustainable solutions to regional issues that impact behavioral health.