SUBSTANCE ABUSE TREATMENT
Mental Health Crisis and Suicide Prevention Hotline.
CALL OR TEXT for connection to trained counselors. The current Lifeline phone number (1-800-273-8255) will remain available to people in emotional distress or suicidal crisis, even after 988 is launched nationally.
TEXT: HOME to 741741
Speaking of Suicide
A site for suicidal individuals and their loved ones, survivors, mental health professionals, & others.
DEA RESOURCE WEBSITE
Comprehensive listings of information and links to community by the DEA - Drug Enforcement Administration, including Treatment and Recovery, Prevention, Naloxone Distribution and Community Resource Guide.
Operation Prevention for Teens
Missouri Opioid State Targeted Response
DEA: DRUG ENFORCEMENT ADMINISTRATION WEBSITE
The Science of Addiction for teens through
Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) www.//aastl.org/ 314-647-3677
Cocaine Anonymous (CA) www.camissouri.org 314-361-3500, 833-662-6322 (alt. help line)
Narcotics Anonymous (NA) www.stlna.missourina.org/ 314-830-3232
Al-Anon www.stl-al-anon.org 314-645-1572
www.addictiongroup.org/ Information and resources.
AFFINIA HEALTH CARE
1717 Biddle St. 63106
Comprehensive treatment options, including services for opioid dependence and alcohol abuse. Primarily at Biddle location or in collaboration with other agencies. Start by calling admissions (314-814-8700) to schedule assessment and first session. Sliding scale/other financing available.
ALTERNATIVE BEHAVIORAL CARE
255 Spencer Rd., Suite 101 St. Peters 63376
Children, adolescent and adult mental health and substance abuse programs that include medication assisted therapy, as well as individual and group approaches. Opiate recovery and Suboxone assessments provided.
ASSESSMENT AND COUNSELING SOLUTIONS
11648 Gravois, Suite 245, Sunset Hills, 63126
Assessment and Counseling Solutions provides the following services: Drug & Alcohol Addiction. Mix of Mental Wellness and substance abuse services. Self payment, Privately provided health insurance. ASOP and DWI. Sliding fee scale (fee is based on income and other factors.)
ASSISTED RECOVERY CENTER OF AMERICA (ARCA)
1585 Woodlake Dr. Suite 111, Chesterfield, 63017
1430 Olive Street #100. 63103
Detox. In-patient, out-patient and transitional living treatment programs. Many locations.
BLACK ALCDRUG SERVICE INFORMATION CENTER (BASIC)
3654 South Grand Blvd. 63118
Drug and Alcohol Addiction. Substance abuse treatment services. Monday—Friday: 8:30AM–5:30PM Saturday:8:30AM–3:00PM
BRIDGEWAY BEHAVIORAL HEALTH (Several Locations)
www.bridgewaybh.com Main number: 866-758-1152
636-224-1210 (main/St. Charles)
St. Louis City (4066 Dunnica) 636-224-1700
Sexual Assault 636-224-1202
Medically-Assisted Detoxification. Comprehensive services in the areas of addiction, sexual assault, domestic violence, recovery, mental health, adolescent outpatient. Located in St. Louis, St. Charles, and Lincoln Counties.
Their comprehensive website gives phone numbers, maps, locations information about services. (Inpatient and Outpatient)
CENTER FOR LIFE SOLUTIONS, INC.
9144 Pershall Rd. 63042
Crisis Hotline: 314-302-6728
Medication-Assisted and Methadone Treatment Programs. Medical evaluations and referral services targeted to the opiate user. Individual, family and group therapy. Medicaid and private pay patients.
4801 Weldon Spring Parkway
St. Charles, 63304
www.centerpointehospital.com/locations 800-345-5407 or 636-477-2136, option 1
Call for information and more locations. Residential and outpatient mental health and substance abuse treatment. Dual diagnostic treatment. Adolescent outpatient.
CENTREC CARE, INC.
1224 Fern Ridge Pkwy, Suite 205, Creve Coeur 63141
Drug and Alcohol Addiction, Detox, Buprenorphine Treatment. Special Programs. Teenagers, persons with co-occurring mental and substance abuse disorders. Self payment, private insurance, military insurance.
CHESTNUT HEALTH SYSTEMS
Provides a variety of comprehensives behavioral health and human services including mental health, substance use, housing and employment resources. Illinois and Missouri. Check their website for all locations, addresses and services.
Belleville – 618-397-0900
Bloomington – 309-827-6026
Granite City – 618-877-4420
Hillsboro, MO - 800-446-0972
Maryville – 618-288-3100
9890 Clayton Rd., Suite 100 63124
Drug and alcohol outpatient addiction programs. Medically-assisted detox (VIVITROL®, Antabuse, Acamprosate and SUBOXONE®). Confidential and comprehensive licensed psychiatric treatment for children, adolescents and adults with co-occurring mental and substance abuse disorders.
COMMUNITY SERVICES OF MO/SATOP (Substance Abuse Traffic Offender Program)
1175 Cave Springs Estates Dr., St. Peters 63376
Drug and Alcohol Addiction, Halfway house. Special Programs, DUI/DWI, Rehabilitation. Self payment. Sliding fee scale (fee is based on income and other factors.) Many locations, court services.
COMPASS HEALTH NETWORK
Formerly Crider Health Centers
www.compasshealthnetwork.org/ 636-332-6000 or 1-844-853-8937
Nonprofit health care organization that provides a full continuum of behavioral health services as well as primary and dental health services throughout Missouri. Many locations.
COMPREHENSIVE BEHAVIORAL HEALTH CENTER
505 South 8th St. East St. Louis, IL 62201
www.cbhc1.org 618-482-7330 (Office)
Mental health and substance abuse treatment, rehabilitative and social support on a twenty-four hour basis. Works with Alton Mental Health Center.
www.comtrea.org 636-931-2700 or 877-COMTREA
Several Jefferson County and South County locations. Substance abuse treatment services, psychiatric services, individual and group therapy, and special programs for domestic violence, as well as 24 hour crisis services.
626 Cepi Dr. Chesterfield 63005
A drug and alcohol rehab center providing a treatment program for adolescents and teens. Locations in St. Louis, Kansas City, and Columbia. Programs include Individual Counseling, Intensive Outpatient Counseling (I.O.P.), an 8-week aftercare program for those who complete IOP.
DRUG COURT PORTAL
PREFERRED FAMILY HEALTHCARE
Virtual World Treatment for Drug Court Participants
Treatment is facilitated in a 3D virtual environment in conjunction with drug court provisions.
EASTERN MISSOURI ALTERNATIVE SENTENCING SERVICES
8 Westbury Drive, Saint Charles 63301
SATOP evaluation, classes, Alcohol Drug Education programs, community treatment,
electronic monitoring, more. Various locations.
GATEWAY FOUNDATION DRUG AND ALCOHOL TREATMENT CENTERS
www.gatewaycorrections.org/locations/missouri/ 877-505-4673, 816-559-8079
1430 Olive Street #300 63103 314-421-6188 and other locations
Gateway operates programs for the Missouri Department of Corrections in various institutions across the state. Outpatient and residential treatment programs in three Southern Illinois locations: Caseyville, Carbondale, and Swansea. More locations throughout the state of Illinois. Call 800-971-4673 to learn more about treatment options in southern Illinois and the St. Louis Metro East area.
GET SMART ABOUT DRUGS
A DEA resource for parents, teens and educators.
GIBSON RECOVERY CENTER
340 S. Broadview, Cape Girardeau, MO 63701
In and outpatient drug and alcohol treatment for many southeast Missouri communities.
8315 S. Broadway 63111
Harris House Treatment and Recovery Center offers five treatment programs to help alcoholic and chemically dependent persons achieve sobriety.
HAVEN RECOVERY HOMES
Residential treatment with live-in housing managers, support meetings and resource assistance in structured alcohol-and drug-free living environment. Call or visit website for more information and to apply.
HEARTLAND CENTER FOR BEHAVIORAL CHANGE
1730 Prospect Ave, Kansas City 64127
www.heartlandcbc.org/ Toll-free number: 816-421-6670
Provides substance abuse and other behavioral healthcare services to Missouri residents. Several locations in the KC and southwest MO areas, including Springfield and Branson. Services include community residential RE-ENTRY programs, SATOP and PREA resources. Many resources on their website. Sliding scale payment arrangements available.
5417 S. Grand Blvd 63111
Supportive sober apartment living in south city buildings for men and women trying to overcome substance addictions. Visit their website for more information and a contact form.
HOPEWELL MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES
5701 Delmar Blvd 63112
www.hopewellcenter.com 314-531-1770 Emergency: 314-531-7335
Provides mental health case management and psychiatric services. On site pharmacy for prescription medications. No walk-ins. Must make appointment.Operates psychosocial rehabilitation and a comprehensive psychiatric rehabilitation centers for adults and youth.
HYLAND BEHAVIORAL HEALTH CENTER
St. Anthony’s Medical Center
10010 Kennerly Road . 63128
Services are provided by Mercy Hospital South
Mercy's Hyland Behavioral Health Center provides education, prevention and treatment services for psychiatric illness and chemical dependency covering patients of all ages.
11477 Olde Cabin Rd., Suite 210 Creve Coeur 63141
Program incorporates FDA approved anti-craving medication, counseling, psychiatric and psychological services.
METROPOLITAN PSYCHIATRIC CENTER OF ST. LOUIS
5351 Delmar Blvd. 63112
Detox. Persons with co-occurring mental and substance abuse disorders, State or Government financed insurance. Forensic programs.
MIDWEST INSTITUTE FOR ADDICTION
711 Old Ballas Rd., Suite 203 63141
Inpatient and outpatient treatment programs. Medically assisted treatment and counseling to treat alcohol and drug addiction. Sliding scale and financing options for those who need/qualify, and billing assistance with reimbursement when applicable.
MISSOURI NETWORK FOR OPIATE REFORM AND RECOVERY
4022 South Broadway 63118
24 hour help line at 1-844-REBEL-UP.
Education, legislative reform, harm reduction, family support, resources for detox and treatment placement, and continued support through the recovery process. Also legal services available on a sliding scale basis. Free 12 panel drug screen test and Narcan. Syringe exchange program.
MISSOURI OPIOID STATE TARGETED RESPONSE
Department of Social Services offices will be equipped with Naloxone and trained to use it for emergency treatment of an opioid overdose. The above website includes extensive information and many resources.
NCADA National Council on Alcohol and Drug Abuse
9355 Olive Boulevard St. Louis, MO 63132
www.ncada-stl.org . 314-962-3456
Substance use assessments by appointment. Naloxone (Narcan ) training also by appointment. Resources, prevention programs, professional training, education, more.
NEW SEASON TREATMENT CENTER
2027 Campus Drive (St. Andrew Annex)
St. Charles, MO 63301
The Missouri Opioid State Targeted Response (STR) and Missouri State Opioid Response (SOR) projects are expanding access to integrated prevention, treatment, recovery support, and harm reduction services for individuals with opioid use disorder (OUD) throughout the state. Medication First approach. Numerous resources on this website. Syringe exchange.
Directory of locations: https://oxfordhouse.org/house-directory
National, self run, self supported, addiction recovery houses. Clients age 21 and older are eligible for subsidized rent and meals in separate buildings and programs for men and women. There are additional locations throughout the state. Call or check their websites under Houses/Directory to find Missouri locations.
PLACES FOR PEOPLE
1001 Lynch St. 63118
Substance Abuse Intake: 314-615-2119
Outpatient services for substance use disorder or mental health disorder, which includes psychiatry and/or therapy; and Case management services for substance use disorder and/or mental health disorders. The individual treatment plan may include psychiatry, therapy, and care coordination.
Housing services are no longer available.
PLACES FOR PEOPLE WELCOME CENTER
Walk-in hours Monday-Friday 8:30-11:00. Walk-ins will meet with an intake clinician for screening, information and referrals.
PREFERRED FAMILY HEALTHCARE, INC. (Several locations)
3800 S. Broadway 63118
7020 Chippewa St, 63119 314-835-0226
A comprehensive behavioral health non-profit organization offering substance abuse treatment, prevention, and mental health services throughout Missouri and Kansas including eight locations in St. Louis and the Metro area. Sliding fee scale (fee is based on income and other factors), Payment assistance. This link will take you to all of Preferred's locations: www.pfh.org/locations
PreventionCoalition is an informational site designed to educate parents, teachers and concerned community members about teen drug use and ways to prevent it.
2650 Olive St. 63103
APPOINTMENTS AND INFO: 314-533-8200
PROVIDENT CRISIS HOTLINE: 314-647-4357
Mix of Mental Wellness and substance abuse services. Medicaid, Medicare, State or Government financed insurance (other than Medicaid.)
QUEEN OF PEACE CENTER CATHEDRAL TOWER
325 N. Newstead St. 63108
Supportive and permanent housing is provided at five locations and at scattered community sites. Part of the Shelter Care Plus program. Walk-In Clinic Hours For Women and Children: Monday – Friday, 9am – 3pm. CSTAR residential and outpatient treatment program.
A Buddhist Path to Recovering from Addiction
Several locations listed on website.
A mindfulness-based addiction recovery community that practices and utilizes Buddhist philosophy as the foundation of the recovery process. Check website for local and national locations, meeting times, and more information. One does not have to be an addict, alcoholic or Buddhist to attend. All seeking refuge are welcome.
Check website for locations and meeting times.
2900 Washington Ave. 63103
314-652-3310 or 314-960-2530 for adult rehab program.
Drug and alcohol addiction, detox and rehab programs up to 21 days.
NOW TREATING BOTH MEN AND WOMEN. 3010 Washington is now low income housing
provided by Salvation Army.
SAMHSA (Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration)
Opioid Treatment Program Directory/Locator and Behavioral Health Treatment Services Locator. Medication-Assisted Treatment for Substance Abuse Disorders, resources. Language assistance available.
SMART RECOVERY (Self-Management and Recovery Training)
Participants learn tools for addiction recovery based on the latest scientific research and participate in a world-wide community which includes free, self-empowering, science-based mutual help groups. The SMART Recovery 4-Point Program® helps people recover from all types of addiction and addictive behaviors. The website gives local meeting sites as well as information for on-line meetings and resources.
SOUTHEAST MISSOURI BEHAVIORAL HEALTH
Many locations listed on their website. Professionals dedicated to individualized drug and alcohol treatment. Admissions accepted 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, including holidays.
SPICE ADDICTION SUPPORT
Support and resources for K2, synthetics, herbals, etc.
ST. LOUIS COMMUNITY RE-ENTRY PROGRAM FOR EX-OFFENDERS
1809 S 8th St. 63104 314-951-4048
Drug and alcohol recovery meetings and more. Transitional housing program for men.
Support programs for men and women. Call for information.
ST. LOUIS EMPOWERMENT CENTER
Depression Bipolar Support Alliance (DBSA)
DBSA/St. Louis Empowerment Center
907 Dock Street. (New Address). Saint Louis, MO 63147
A drop-in center for mental health and substance abuse recovery self-help meetings. Open Monday - Friday 9:00am-3:00pm. Lunch daily. Many support groups, programs and employment classes. Shower and laundry available. Free Naloxone (Narcan) upon request.
ST. LOUIS METRO TREATMENT CENTER
9733 St. Charles Rock Rd, Breckenridge Hills 63114
Medication-assisted treatment including methadone, buprenorphine and suboxone. Supportive services and counseling. Intakes on Tuesday and Friday or call for an appointment. Self pay.
ST. LOUIS VALLEY HOPE
Boonville: 1415 Ashley Rd. Boonville 65233-0398 660-882-6547
Drug and alcohol addiction services. Individualized treatment and variable lengths of stay Residential and out-patient. Self payment. Privately provided health insurance. Sliding scale.
ST. LOUIS VETERANS AFFAIRS MEDICAL CENTER
915 N. Grand St. 63106
www.va.gov 314-652-4100 Ext. 5
Drug and alcohol addiction, detox, methadone services, methadone, detox.halfway house, Buprenorphine Treatment.
ST. PATRICK CENTER
800 N. Tucker Blvd. 63101
Drug and alcohol addiction services and Shamrock Club.
STEPPING INTO THE LIGHT MINISTRY
1402 Hebert 63107 314-231-5175
90-day residential faith-based treatment program for drug and alcohol abuse.
Can be walk-in or referral. Call first if possible.
STEPS ALANO CLUB
3974 Humphrey St. 63116
A non-profit 501c3 organization that provides meeting space for 12 step recovery fellowships . Founded by members of the LGBT community. Check website for calendar and more information.
ST. VINCENT HOME FOR CHILDREN
7401 Florissant Rd. 63121
Support, security and professional treatment for troubled children and their families through a fully integrated program of services. Residential and outpatient substance abuse treatment programs for youth struggling with drug and/or alcohol addiction. Individual and group therapy includes craving-management skills, relapse prevention, 12-step education and family involvement.
SUBSTANCE ABUSE GUIDE FOR PARENTS
Extensive information for parents about drug abuse, how to recognize symptoms, and how to provide help should their child become addicted.
SUBSTANCE REHAB CENTERS DIRECTORY
Listings of treatment locations throughout the area.
SUICIDE PREVENTION LIFELINE
9-8-8 or 800-273-TALK (8255)
A comprehensive website that provides a treatment locator and many other resources and services.
TOBACCO FREE LIFE
GUIDE TO QUIT SMOKING
Lots of information and tips on how to get started, make and plan, and stay tobacco-free.
VETERANS AFFAIRS MEDICAL CENTER
Jefferson Barracks Division
#1 Jefferson Barracks Dr. 63125 314-960-2530
Crisis Line: 9-8-8 or 800-273-8255 Press 1. 314-835-4100
Mental health and treatment.
WEST END CLINIC, INC.
5736 W. Florissant Blvd. 63120
Drug and alcohol addiction, methadone services. Sliding fee scale (fee is based on income and other factors. Payment assistance.
SSM Health St. Mary's Hospital
1035 Bellevue Ave., Suite 205 Richmond Heights 63117
The Women and Infants Substance Help provides comprehensive maternity care to pregnant women who are dependent on opioid drugs. It is the only center of its kind in the region. Buprenorphine or methadone prescribed to alleviate withdrawal. Long-term follow-up and support services.