Success Stories

Children’s Center for the Visually Impaired (CCVI) was recently awarded a $25,000 grant from Irven E. and NeVada P. Linscomb Foundation to support the Early Intervention Program for children with blindness or visual impairment and their families. CCVI’s Early Intervention Program provides regularly scheduled home-based instruction and therapies and...

KidsTLC, Inc. recently received a grant for $20,000 from the Oppenstein Brothers Foundation to support their Lotus Behavioral Health Specialty Clinics for Youth (& Families). Funding from the Oppenstein Brothers Foundation will help support the overall sustainability of the clinic and the vital services it provides to underserved and underinsured families. This funding will assist over 2,000 youth who struggle with anxiety, self-harm/suicidal thoughts, and a myriad of other mental health concerns through over 10,500 encounters. The Lotus Clinic will focus on increasing the availability of anxiety disorder services; support for the LGBTQ+ population; and specialized Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) services while also continuing general outpatient therapy.

Comprehensive Mental Health Services, Inc. (CMHS) was recently awarded a $7,960 grant from the Missouri Department of Transportation (MODOT), Missouri Elderly and Handicapped Transportation Assistance Program (MEHTAP) to transport patients who are elderly to medical appointments and other critical transportation needs. CMHS anticipates transportation services for elderly patients will...