PreventEd provides community-based prevention, including training and technical guidance to coalitions, as well as substance-related presentations and trainings throughout the community. PreventEd also has opioid education, school-based prevention (K-12), substance use assessment and referrals, GuideEd adolescent early intervention, Certified Peer Specialist services and more...
Contact: Kim Rodriguez 314-962-3456 ext 358 email@example.com
We work on education, prevention and harm reduction associated with Substance Use Disorder. We do awareness walks, set up a resource table at community events, and share our story. We also train and distribute Narcan, locking prescription bags and Deterra Bags.
Contact: Ellis Fitzwalter 314-723-2257
We are a psychiatry practice. We do a lot of Telepsychiatry. We work with providing remote services to other organizations via Telepsychiatry. We treat patients ages 17 and up. We treat: depression, anxiety, substance abuse and more. We have therapist available. We are building a Psychiatry Urgent care website soon to be released as well. It will be cash only. We cover Missouri and Iowa.
Contact: Quentin Chambers 636-493-9008, 636-493-0077
1551 Wall Street, Suite 110, St. Charles, mo 63303.
We help manage life’s challenges. We provide assistance to obtain health care services, special education services, crisis services and services from other community agencies. We meet wherever comfortable and give emotional and practical support when needed.
Contact: Billie Miers, 636-949-2425 (Press 0 for operator), firstname.lastname@example.org
A safe place for Christ-centered recovery from addictions, hurts, habits and hangups. MONDAY NIGHTS, 7PM, FAITH CHURCH SUNSET HILLS
Contact: Neil Ingardi (314) 422-2257
EPICC (Engaging Patients in Care Coordination) links individuals age 14+ with severe opioid use disorder (OUD) to community based treatment with the help of Peer Recovery Coaches. The goal of EPICC is to reduce the number of opioid-related deaths in Eastern Missouri.
Contact: Phone: +1-314-449-6713
Aliya Health Group is a nationwide network of addiction treatment centers known for diverse, evidence-based programs for substance use disorders and co-occurring mental health disorders. With a highly personalized approach to treatment and a full continuum of care, we provide clients the tools needed to build a life in recovery that’s enjoyable, fulfilling, and hopeful.
Contact: Leah Woods 314-313-2782
The Salvation Army’s Adult Rehabilitation Centers are 180-day residential work-therapy programs providing spiritual, social, and emotional assistance to those who have lost the ability to cope with their problems and provide for themselves.
Contact: Jamarcus Smith, Sr. 314-535-0057
Medication-Assisted Outpatient Treatment for Mental Health and Substance Use Disorders Whether you are seeking treatment for the 1st or the 5th time, you will find that ARCA offers a unique, completely individualized approach for outpatient addiction detox and rehab. No Appointment Needed. Come see us today to start treatment! Services are FREE and at no charge to the patient or family.
Keyway Center for Diversion & Reentry (formerly Center for Women in Transition or CWIT) was created in 1997 after four women volunteering in prison ministry noticed a cycle of recidivism. Keyway was formed specifically to address these challenges. Sharon House, named after one of our inspiring founders, Sister Sharon Schmitz, is a long-term housing option for the women we serve.
Contact: Sarah Fieser 314-301-9442 email@example.com
Offering Addiction Treatment that is dual diagnosis. 24/7 assessment and admissions. Full spectrum of care, including Detox, Residential, Partial Hospitalization, Outpatient, Sober Living, Alumni Services and Family Wellness Program. Beautiful 120 acre setting with equine therapy. In network with most private insurances.
Contact: Cynthia Weber 314-282-5272 firstname.lastname@example.org
At BJC Behavioral Health we recognize that behavioral health is essential to your well-being. We deliver services that are primarily community-based and coordinate with a variety of agencies and resources in the community. Our mission is to improve the mental health and well-being of the people and communities we serve who are impacted by mental illness.
Contact: Byron Ray
We are a 501(C3) MAT (Medication Assisted Treatment) facility that combines treatment of the physical symptoms of opioid addiction with medication and the battle of the mind through counseling and support services. Our program will help you restore structure in your life and rebuild your self-esteem by giving you the tools and techniques you need to manage withdrawal symptoms, prevent relapse, and overcome the mental battles, including medication management to help control cravings.
Contact: Clinic: (314) 731-0100
24 Hour Hotline: (314) 302-6728
The mission of the St. Louis County Police Department is to work cooperatively with the public, and within the framework of the Constitution to enforce the laws, preserve the peace, reduce fear and provide a safe environment in our neighborhoods.
Contact: Emergency: 911
The Addiction Science Team of the University of Missouri-St. Louis is a collaborative team between Missouri Institute of Mental Health (MIMH) and Department of Psychology Substance Use Research Group (SURG). We are a team focused on supporting individuals who use drugs through program design, research, evaluation, capacity-building and training.
Contact: Amanda Gebel 314-775-9139
MoNetwork is a harm reduction organization that offers variety of services and resources to individuals who use substances and are in or seeking recovery. We have a drop in center that is open 10-4 Monday-Friday.
Contact: Pam Shaw 314-760-6531
CenterPointe Hospital is a private free-standing 150-bed psychiatric hospital that provides life-changing care for adolescents, adults, and senior adults. Inpatient and outpatient treatment are provided for a range of mental health and substance abuse disorders.
Contact: Call 24/7 855-784-1240
Sana Lake is a full continuum of care for substance use and behavioral health disorders including acute medical detox, residential treatment, all levels of outpatient programming, recovery supportive housing, psychiatric medication management, New Dawn Family Healing Program, and weekly Members for Life events.
Contact: Jake Dunavant 636-579-5464
Recovery/Re-Entry Support Services, NARR Recovery Housing, Level III Outpatient Treatment, LIFE Recovery Community Center, Educational/Workforce Services,
Contact: Marsha Hawkins-Hourd 314-449-1333
As the first phase in the recovery process, the StepOne Service™ is a hospital-based, three-to-five-day acute withdrawal management service. Provided at Mercy Hospital Jefferson and Mercy Hospital South, it is for adults who are in the impending or early stage of withdrawal from alcohol and/or opioids.