Caring Connections

Caring Connections is a group of trained volunteer mentors. This unique program offers guidance and support by pairing caregivers with compassionate mentors who have been through similar lived experiences. 

Fathers and Families Support Center

Fathers & Families Support Center provides comprehensive programs and services to help clients become better parents in order to improve their children’s futures. Now working with women and families 

Phone: 314-333-4170

June Jessee

Provides relief and support to help children with devastating medically complex, neurological conditions and their families. 


NAMI Basics Support Group is designed for parents and caregivers of children and adolescents, 19 and under, who are still in school and are also dealing with mental health concerns.

Phone: 314-962-4670

Parent Cafes

Parent Cafés are physically and emotionally safe spaces where parents and caregivers talk about the challenges and victories of raising a family. Through individual deep self-reflection and peer-to-peer learning, participants explore their strengths, learn about the Protective Factors, and create strategies from their own wisdom and experiences to help strengthen their families.  These groups take place virtually. 

Phone: 314-534-6015/ Ext. 112

Postpartum Support International

Our groups are 90 minutes (1.5 hours) in length. The first ~30 minutes is providing information, education, and establishing group guidelines. The next ~60 minutes is “talk time,” in which group members share and talk with each other. Group members must be present for the group guidelines before joining in the discussion or “talk time.” 


Fun4STL Kids

Support groups for kids, teens, parents, and families in the St. Louis, Missouri area.

Sibling Support Project

Sibshops are pedal-to-the-metal events where they will meet other sibs (usually for the first time), have fun, laugh, talk about the good and not-so-good parts of having a sib with special needs, play some great games, learn something about the services their brothers and sister receive, and have some more fun.

St. Louis Arc

Whether a sibling, a parent, a family member, or a friend, you can gather with others who understand the unique challenges of having a loved one with a disability.

Phone: 314-817-2269