Stacy Glenn

Site Director

Stacy started at Southwest Missouri State University as an accounting major. It quickly became clear, that this was not the career for her. After a couple of psychology and human development classes, she went to her advisor who stated, “you want to work with normal people, with normal problems…go into social work.” She graduated with her BSW in 1994 and went on to graduate school immediately after.

After graduating from St. Louis University with her master’s degree in social work, she immediately began working in a comprehensive mental health facility with children, adolescents, and families in northwest Arkansas. She worked as a therapist in the day treatment, residential, and outpatient programs. When it became evident that chemical abuse and dependency were significant issues with almost every family, she was part of the two-person team that developed the first dual diagnosis program in that agency.

In 2002, she returned to her hometown of St. Louis and began working at Bridgeway Behavioral Health that October. She started as a counselor in the women’s residential program, then moved to family services coordinator, clinical supervisor, and in 2006 became site director at the St. Charles location. During that time, she also became certified as a compulsive gambling counselor.

Stacy’s list of contributions to the agency include being the primary change agent for the development of co-occurring treatment, and participating on several committees including the Learning Committee, the Ideas Committee, and the CARF performance measures subcommittee. Stacy also presents 6 hours of live ethics every year, and has presented at the MIMH Spring Training Institute. Stacy is dedicated to Bridgeway and the clients we serve, and intends to continue growing with this agency.