The 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, with emphasis on services to the uninsured and underinsured citizens of St. Louis City and the Missouri counties of Franklin, Jefferson, Lincoln, St. Charles, St. Louis, and Warren.
More information on BHN's latest work and on-going projects
The Behavioral Health Network (BHN) has integrated the resources and expertise of public and private partner organizations to deliver programs and services with greater impact than any one organization can deliver alone.
Bridges to Care and Recovery
Bridges to Care and Recovery is a collaborative, community initiative designed to extend the system of care for people challenged with behavioral health disorders,specifically in North St. Louis City and County.
Through the use of a designated liaison per
provider, the Inpatient Project identifies and
refers potential consumers, facilitates the
referral and ensures discharge documentation
is transferred for continuity of care.
The ERE project facilitates
an integrated 24/7 region-wide approach that targets
high utilizers of emergency room and inpatient
settings, with the primary goal of reducing
preventable hospital readmissions.
BHN continues to build and strengthen collaborations between partnering organizations providing primary care, mental health care, acute care, substance use disorder treatment, public health and advocacy in an effort to provider a better safety net system of care.
BHN Offices 2 Campbell Plaza, 1B Plaza Entry
St. Louis, MO 63139