MIMH 1st Annual Trivia Night

February 27, 2017

Register for MIMH's 1st Annual Trivia Night!


The event will be at The Heights, 8001 Dale Ave., St. Louis, MO 63117.


April 7, 2017, doors open at 6 pm and Trivia begins at 7 pm.

There will be raffles, a silent auction, games of chance, and musical rounds. Tables of 8 are $200. Please contact Elizabeth McDonald at if you are having trouble filling a table.


Here's a current list of some of the auction/raffle prizes. The event is BYOB and snacks, but we will also have complimentary beer, soda and water on site.


5 night stay in Tulum, Mexico

2 Roundtrip tickets from Southwest

2 night stay at Lost Valley Lake Resort

2 night stay at any Drury Hotel

3 Intro to Flight - Charter Plane lessons from St. Charles Flying Services

1 Sightseeing from the Sky pass from St. Charles Flying Services

2 Floats from Float STL

Fox Theatre Tour passes

$1,000 DJ Services for special event by Dance Connections

1 hour massage from Massage Envy

4-8 Festival passes for Dance St. Louis Spring to Dance Festival

Fisherman's basket with handmade net, rod, and fly's valued at over $600

Many, many gift certificates for local restaurants such as Grapeseed, Russell's, Boogaloo,

Local Brewery baskets

Coffee baskets

Meat extravaganza baskets

And More!

Register for MIMH's 2nd Annual Traumatic Stress Conference

February 24, 2017

Psychological trauma is now recognized as one of the most common preventable causes of poor health, disease, and early death.

On March 1st and 2nd, The Missouri Institute of Mental Health will host the second annual Traumatic Stress Conference highlighting cutting-edge research and community programs developed within Missouri targeting prevention, clinical intervention, and biomarkers of trauma.

This conference is guaranteed to change the way attendees think about psychological trauma and health.

Now accepting Junior Advisory Council Applications!

February 17, 2017

We are currently accepting applications for Project Y-Chat Now and Curve the Urge's joint Junior Advisory Council.

The council will consist of youth ages 12-24. Members will play important leadership roles in both programs.


JAC members serve their community in a positive way, bringing light to the important issues Project Y-Chat Now and Curve the Urge address. 

Please click the button below to find out more information and register!

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