Excellent behavioral healthcare is the goal at Mark Twain Behavioral Health (MTBH). By targeting the needs of our clients and providing individualized care, we promote the restoration of health and wellness.
Whatever life challenges a person may be struggling with, MTBH strives to provide a variety of services that will guide an individual to a path of recovery and allows them to lead productive and meaningful lives.
MTBH has offices located in Hannibal, Kirksville and Macon, Missouri. Hannibal and Kirksville offices are open for business Monday through Friday from 8 AM till 5 PM. Special appointment times may be available upon request. Our Macon office hours of operation vary and appointments may be scheduled by contacting that location.
Crisis response services are made available 24 hours per day, seven days per week to persons experiencing a mental health crisis. Support is available by phone or mobile visits as necessary, providing assessment, treatment and referral to services when needed.
If you are having thoughts of suicide or considering harming yourself or others, help is available 24 hours every day.
Available 24 hours everyday
MTBH 24 HOUR CRISIS LINE – 1 (800) 356-5395
Adolescent Supportive Recovery Services are outpatient substance use services for youth ages thirteen through eighteen that are experiencing issues with substance use and dependency. Services are offered up to three hours a week including individual, family and group therapy as well as referral to Case Management Services when diagnostically eligible. Goals of the program are to support the youth’s recovery from substances by teaching them skills to maintain sobriety, improve family and social relations, promote vocational and educational functioning and learning how to develop other recovery supports in the community.
This service teams the case manager with the youth, providing additional support to help the individual function at home, school or in the community more successfully. The case manager works with the individual in areas of skill building, illness management and relapse prevention which promote healthy lifestyles and independence with recovery and wellness as a goal.
Youth are supported in this program by a case manager who focuses on the individual needs of the client with mental illness and/or emotional disturbances, meeting regularly in the home, at school, in the community or at one of our facilities. Within this program, there are available a variety of elective specialty services to focus on skill building activities. Those enrolled in the CPR program may use these services based on their specific needs:
Our psychiatrist specializes in the diagnosis, treatment and management of mental illness beginning with a comprehensive psychiatric evaluation. They frequently work as part of a team which also includes nurses, licensed therapists, and case managers to provide comprehensive services to our patients. When necessary, medication can be an effective part of the treatment designed to meet the client’s unique mental health needs, decrease symptoms and increase the ability to function in one’s life.
The goal of this program is to help youth develop the social, emotional and intellectual skills that are necessary in order for them to live well-adjusted and happy lives. Coping skills are taught so the child can be successful handling stressful situations and assists them in developing resources that will reduce future stressors. Peer interaction is encouraged in group activities and helps the patient learn to navigate successfully through mental and behavioral health challenges. Groups take place in various settings such as the community, schools and within the agency.
Mark Twain Behavioral Health operates its programs and services without regard to race, color, national origin or disability in accordance with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964.
If you believe you have been discriminated against on the basis of race, color, national origin or disability by Mark Twain Behavioral Health, you may file a Title VI/ADA complaint by completing, signing, and submitting the agency’s Title VI/ADA complaint Form. Click on these links for Public Notice and MTBH Title VI/ADA Complaint Form.