Our treatment programs succeed because of the courageous commitment and expertise of more than 1,200 staff members who dedicate themselves to making success possible, embracing the same inspiring virtues they find in the people they serve.
Our staff is devoted to developing world-class, innovative programs to meet the current and future behavioral health needs of children and families, regularly championing change and growth in the communities we serve.Our team includes more than 225 licensed professionals across the state. Our staff experts are leaders in their fields with program-specific and industry certifications. Few statewide behavioral health organizations have as many clinical staff with international certification as licensed behavioral analysts. And ours use research and evidence-based interventions to develop treatment plans and provide training for other staff.
Our multi-disciplinary teams provide integrated treatment programs across a continuum of services to provide the effective solutions individuals and families need to create bright futures.
Our Trauma-Informed Journey
In 2014, Great Circle was selected by the National Council for Behavioral Health as one of 27 behavioral health organizations across the U.S. and the only Missouri organization to participate in the National Council’s 2014 Trauma-Informed Behavioral Healthcare Learning Community.
As part of the community, Great Circle is incorporating screening for trauma and implementing research-based approaches in treatment programs.
Great Circle has launched a training program for its entire workforce to obtain site-certification by the nationally recognized Child Trauma Academy. The goal is to implement evidence-based interventions in treating individuals who have experienced trauma. Implementing these approaches will improve outcomes for survivors of trauma.Learn more about our trauma-informed journey.
Evidence-Based and Evidence-Informed Interventions
Great Circle is committed to continuous quality improvement, engaging evidence-based practices. Performance goals are tracked monthly, a client satisfaction survey is conducted every six months, and all program outcomes are publicly reported annually.