St. Louis County Case Management and Child Advocacy Services.
Case management and child advocacy are an integral part of making sure kids and families are taken care of when using mental and behavioral health services. Case managers and child advocates are in your corner to connect you to other services, coordinate care, and look out for your best interests.
Unlike many of the other services our partners provide, case management and child advocacy services are generally referral-based and complement other services a child or family may be receiving. That means that if you seek out mental or behavioral health services – like counseling or temporary shelter – you may also be connected to a case manager who will make sure you have everything you need. A case manager might refer a child to a counselor or therapist, connect a family to shelter or transitional living services, advocate for a child or family at school or work, and check in regularly to make sure everyone is OK.
Meet Our Case Management and Child Advocacy Partners.
At CSF, we know how important case management and child advocacy services are. Many of our funded partners provide case management and advocacy alongside their other services. See a full list of them below.