ALM Hopewell Center provides services designed to help child and adolescent consumers, with mental illness, to function within the community.
- Healthcare Home Services – focus on children with serious mental illness, mental health condition and substance abuse disorder, or with either a mental health condition or substance abuse disorder and another chronic health condition.
- School-Based Services – provides services to students who are at risk of not completing their education within the St. Louis Public Schools
- Therapy – provides therapeutic opportunities to help children/families deal with the many stressors they may experience.
- Chicago Parenting Program (CPP) – evidence based parenting classes that provide parenting strategies and coaching for parents of children in the age range of zero-8 years of age.
- Creative Expression – program that allows children to heal from trauma through groups designed to facilitate communication and healing through creative art and play therapy.
- Community Support – staff provides face to face assistance to achieve goals established as part of an Individual Treatment Plan
- Crisis Intervention Services – professionals available to provide walk-in or phone crisis intervention
- Evaluation – annual evaluation by interdisciplinary team
- Medication Services – prescribing and management of psychotropic medications.
- Medication Administration Services – may include helping with ordering or getting medications, or correctly filling weekly medication planners.
- Psychosocial Rehabilitation – groups are available to consumers who can benefit from group activities and learning sessions focused on life skills and socialization
- RISE Transition-Age Youth – provides services to the transition-age youth population.