Behavioral Health Response
Mental health services and awareness have changed dramatically since our founding in 1994. Our mission, however, remains the same: to ensure immediate, barrier-free access to behavioral health care. We leverage the latest technology and knowledge in our everyday practice to provide the best possible care to every caller, every day.
BHR has continued to provide uninterrupted 24/7 access to services during COVID-19 closures. Since March 2020, contact center staff have been working remotely and outreaches have been provided virtually to comply with social distancing for the health of staff and clients. BHR’s Community Relations Department has provided 469 virtual presentations since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic impacting 3,848 adults and 3,927 youth. In partnership with Resilience Builders and Missouri Behavioral Health Council, BHR completed a Trauma-Informed Organizational Assessment for the second time in two years confirming BHR is a trauma-informed agency according to the Missouri Model.