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Mental Health Services
LOTUS uses an Integrated Service Model unique to the industry. This model includes integrated co-occurring programs, multi-disciplinary team meetings (LOTUS Strategy Meetings) with participants working toward the goal of developing and implementing individualized, holistic and integrated communication, and plans across the services being provided. With our person-centered approach, the individual is part of the team.


Services LOTUS provides include:

• Diagnostic Assessment 
• Individual Psychotherapy 
• Psychiatric Med Prescribing
• Wellness Coaching
• Equine-Assisted Therapy


Diagnostic Assessments: Assessments provide a comprehensive understanding of each individual's social, emotional and behavioral needs to determine a path for healing and recovery. Our licensed mental health professionals work closely with each individual to understand questions, concerns and worries, as well as each individual’s strengths, challenges and history. Clinicians completing assessments are psychologists, social workers, professional counselors, practitioners, with expertise in a wide range of mental health concerns

Therapy and Counseling: Psychotherapy and Counseling is available to adults. Services are provided by experienced psychologists, licensed clinical social workers, counselors, or therapists within a multidisciplinary team setting.

ARMHSAdult Rehabilitative Mental Health Services:  ARMHS are mental health services available to individuals covered by Medical Assistance in St. Louis County. These services enable the recipient to develop and enhance psychiatric stability, social competencies, personal and emotional adjustment, and independent living and community skills when these abilities are impaired by the symptoms of mental illness. ARMHS includes community intervention and medication education. Individuals must have a recent Diagnostic Assessment (DA) documenting that adult rehabilitative mental health services are medically necessary.

Peer Support Services are delivered to individual's living with a mental illness and/or co-occurring addiction.  Services are delivered by peers living with a mental illness diagnosis, who use his/her recovery experiences to help others along their journey. Peer Specialists inspire hope that recovery from mental illness is not only possible, but probable. They promote empowerment and self-determination, as well as build relationships based on mutuality and shared. Peer support specialists also deepen the treatment teams’ understanding of the experience of being a mental health consumer.