Through the Megan Meier Foundation Resource Center St. Charles County youth and their families can receive counseling services from licensed professionals to address concerns stemming from bullying-related issues. Negative effects of bullying can impact individual self-esteem and self-worth leading to behaviors, including depression, anxiety, self-injury/harm, suicidal ideation and attempts. The Megan Meier Foundation believes in the innate strength and value of each individual who seeks our services and explores individual abilities and skills allowing for one to cope with adversity and crisis. Additional resources and information are presented to struggling youth and their families as means of increasing knowledge on the issues and strategies to appropriately manage such issues. The Resource Center’s collaborative nature incorporates aspect of external support influences including parents/caregivers, school faculty/staff, and other pertinent community members and agencies. We firmly believe that through our counseling services youth will experience meaningful psychosocial and academic improvements, thereby reducing the long-term, detrimental effects of bullying.
Services are funded through the Community and Children’s Resource Board of St. Charles County (CCRB) and may only be used for residents of St. Charles County. All services for these individuals are offered at no cost and will be provided at the Megan Meier Foundation office location: 515 Jefferson Street, Suite A, St. Charles, MO 63301.
St. Charles County in the state of Missouri include the following cities: Saint Charles, Saint Peters, O'Fallon, Wentzville, Lake St. Louis, Cottleville, Dardenne Prairie, Weldon Springs, Foristell, New Melle, Augusta, Portage Des Sioux, St. Paul, West Alton, Flint Hill, Josephville, and Weldon Spring Heights.
To schedule an appointment or get more information about our therapeutic services, parents/caregivers can contact our organization by calling us at 636-757-3501 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
*Program is funded by St. Charles County Children’s Resource Board.