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The Legal Advocacy for Adults with Mental Illness (LAAMI) Program helps people living with, or at-risk of developing, mental illness address legal problems through a combination of legal and social work assistance. This approach helps clients with legal problems so they can concentrate on their mental health and wellness.


List of Services:

  • Housing issues
  • Public benefits
  • Family law issues including, simple divorces and orders of protection
  • Simple wills and powers of attorney
  • Guardianship termination
  • Criminal record expungement
  • Name changes
  • Municipal tickets and warrants

We may be able to help if you:

  • Are 18 years old or older, AND
  • Live or stay in St. Louis City, AND
  • Have a mental or behavioral health condition, or are at-risk of developing such a condition, AND
  • Meet Legal Services income and asset guidelines

Please contact LAAMI with any questions about eligibility. 

Contact Us At:

laami@lsem.org

 

Staff:

Pat Mobley, Program Director & Attorney
Laura Silverberg, Social Worker

 

In the event of a mental health crisis, please contact:

Behavioral Health Response: 314-469-6644
Provident Life Crisis Hotline: 314-647-HELP (4357)

 

Community Partners:

Independence Center

St. Louis Crisis Nursery 

The SPOT

Safe Connections

Generate Health/Perinatal Behavioral Health Initiative

BJC Behavioral Health

Places for People

Covenant House

Washington University Perinatal Behavioral Health Service

 


Funding for this program is provided by:

 

 

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