Safe Connections offers individual therapy free of charge to adults and youth of all genders ages 12+ who have experienced rape, domestic or dating abuse (physical, sexual or emotional), sex trafficking, and/or childhood sexual abuse. Compassionate and highly specialized, master’s degree-level therapists help victims reclaim their lives as survivors. Additionally, clients partner with their therapists to build stability, improve mental/physical health, and create greater safety for violence-free futures. We provide services at our office on Hampton Avenue and, for youth, in area schools and community locations.
Please contact Safe Connections directly to schedule an initial assessment interview. Make referrals through our Crisis Helpline, private therapists and other social service agencies.
For adult or adolescent therapy, please call 314.646.7500 x118.
If you are interested in having an Adolescent Therapist provide on-site services at your school or community location, please contact our Adolescent Clinical Manager, Heidi Harbin, at 314.646.7500 x133.
For more information or intake forms, see our Get Help page.
We do not accept insurance or payment from clients. Therefore, clients and counselors decide together the frequency and duration of therapy to best benefit the client.
Safe Connections staff includes a bilingual therapist fluent in Spanish. Also, Safe Connections has an interpreter, including American Sign Language, for individual therapy and support groups. The Lead Institute in Columbia, Missouri is another resource for those who are Deaf / hard of hearing and also face issues of domestic violence or sexual assault.