The Opioid Response Network provides free technical assistance and training to individuals and communities seeking to address the opioid epidemic and stimulant use disorders in the areas of evidence-based practice prevention, treatment and recovery.
MIMH has informed new knowledge that supports the mental health and wellbeing of persons with behavioral health problems through research and evaluation, policy development, technological innovation, and training. Today, MIMH is poised to become one of the country’s finest health services research organizations dedicated to serving the state and the nation by improving the delivery of behavioral health services.
The Missouri Institute of Mental Health’s Professional Training Center creates and implements innovative programming to provide quality behavioral health education to both the general public and service providers. The Center has its roots in the Institute’s Division of Continuing Education, which served the training and education needs of mental health professionals for nearly three decades.
Today, we use a variety of technological tools to offer a multitude of affordable and accessible training programs. Blending formats allows us to deliver important material to a greater number of people than ever before. Our goal is to get quality information to the people who need it.
Great Circle is an agency that provides a unique spectrum of behavioral health services to children and families. With specialized programs and highly-trained professionals, we provide hope to those in difficult circumstances throughout Missouri and beyond.
The Mid-America Addiction Technology Transfer Center (Mid-America ATTC), located at the University of Missouri-Kansas City, School of Nursing and Health Studies’ Collaborative for Excellence in Behavioral Health Research and Practice, strives to bring behavioral health research to practice through workforce development projects that support people, organizations and systems through change processes. Our Center serves the HHS Region 7 states of Iowa, Kansas, Missouri, and Nebraska.
The Department of Mental Health is comprised of three divisions: Behavioral Health, Developmental Disabilities and Administrative Services. Collectively, the divisions work to plan, supervise and evaluate the provision of mental services for Missourians with mental disorders, developmental disabilities, and substance use disorders.
The department makes services available through state-operated facilities and contract agreements. The state-operated facilities include six adult psychiatric hospitals, one children’s psychiatric facility, five long-term-care habilitation centers, 6 regional centers and 6 satellite offices for persons with developmental disabilities, and the central administrative offices.