Crisis counseling available for those affected by unrest in Ferguson
ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI) – Because of violence and unrest in Ferguson, the County is offering crisis mental health counseling.
Counseling will be available for students, families and the community impacted by the shooting of Michael Brown. Counseling services will be available Wednesday and Thursday at Greater St. Mark Family Church, 9950 Glen Owen Drive, St. Louis, MO.
For immediate mental health assistance contact the St. Louis County Youth Connection Helpline at 314-628-2929. The Helpline is staffed by mental health professionals 24 hours a day, seven days a week.