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A grant funded, grass roots coalition that identifies and changes community conditions that enable alcohol and drug abuse, as well as mental health and suicide risks among area youth.
CRUSH is an organization in Franklin County that consists of emergency personnel, resource organizations, treatment counselors, court officials, and many others in order to raise awareness in teens about the dangers of drugs and alcohol.
The St. Louis CRUSH Coalition is working to bring people together to confront the heroin and opioid crisis head on.
HOPE: (Healthy Outcomes through Prevention Education)
Empowering youth to make positive decisions resulting in healthy, drug-free lives. We envision a community where all families are aware of the dangers of substance misuse and addiction.
JCDPC formed in 2007 with a vision of a community that makes substance abuse prevention a priority
Step Up of St. Louis is a non-profit organization which exists to provide education and resources to prevent substance use/misuse among area teens.
The mission of The Missouri Network for Opiate Reform and Recovery is to provide real solutions for those struggling with substance use disorder. We will accomplish this through; education, legislative reform, harm reduction, family support, resources for detox and treatment placement, and continued support through the recovery process.
SOUL is a group of individuals brought together by the tragic loss of a loved one to addiction, overdose, drug or alcohol abuse. We share our stories, strength, and hope to support one another as we move forward in our unique grief. We also find opportunities to bring substance use disorder awareness to our community and support area recovery and outreach programs.
We meet once a week on Sunday evenings. To learn more or to attend a meeting contact SOUL at:
Call or text: 314-282-7453
ACPD - austinarmy97.org - 314-578-3640
Al-Anon & Alateen - al-anon.org/
Family Groups is a "worldwide fellowship that offers a program of recovery for the families and friends of alcoholics.
Alcohol Anonymous - aa.org
American Addiction Centers - americanaddictioncenters.org
We take a big picture approach to addiction treatment — by addressing each client as a whole person.
ARCA - arcamidwest.com/ Assisted Recovery Centers of America
Archway Institute - thearchwayinstitute.org/ ARCHway Institute for Addictive Disease and Co-existing Mental Health Disorders
The Aviary Recovery Center - aviaryrecoverycenter.com/
BLIR - betterlifeinrecovery.com
Our mission is to deal hope and foster dignity for those who live with substance use and other mental health issues through community service, awareness and education events that celebrate individuals in long-term recovery.
CenterPointe Hospital - centerpointehospital.com/
Offers a comprehensive continuum of care for a wide range of psychiatric disorders in adults, senior adults and adolescents, and provides a private adult alcohol and drug abuse treatment program.
Groups Recover Together - joingroups.com/ Groups Recover Together provides a system of care which includes group counseling once weekly, suboxone prescription weekly, plus care navigation, peer support, and individual counseling on an as-needed basis. We are an ASAM Level 1 of substance use treatment. We practice a harm reduction model of care.
Harris House - harrishousestl.org/ For over 50 years, Harris House has helped people recover their lives from drug and alcohol addiction.
Hope Creates - hopecreates.org/ Improve the lives of youths and young adults in recovery from addiction through the engagement of expressive arts and the development of related entrepreneurial skills.
Humanizing Addiction - humanizingaddiction.com/ A location that will introduce Addiction to those not impacted to help prevent it from capturing a loved one and to bring awareness the unthinkable is REAL.
MoNetwork - monetwork.org, 844-732-3587
Nar-Anon -nar-anon.org/ The Nar-Anon Family Groups is primarily for those who know or have known a feeling of desperation concerning the addiction problem of someone very near to you.
Narcotics Anonymous - na.org/ We are recovering addicts who meet regularly to help each other stay clean.
NOMODEATHS - nomodeaths.org - 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.
PAL (Parents of Addicted Loved Ones) - palgroup.org A faith based support group for parents, spouses and families of those that suffer Substance Use Disorder.
Places For People - placesforpeople.org Mental and physical health are connected. Learn more about the programs and services available to individuals who are enrolled in services at Places for People
Preferred Family Healthcare - pfh.org We are a community-based health care organization that offers a range of
services in nearly 100 locations.
Prevent+Ed - prevented.org we work to prevent the harms of alcohol and other drugs through education, intervention and advocacy.
Queen of Peace Center - qopcstl.org providing family-centered behavioral healthcare for women, children and families.
St. Louis County Health Opioid Resources - stlouisco.com/opioids St. Louis County has created multiple resources for community members, healthcare providers, and public health partners.
SAMHSA - samhsa.gov/ Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration
Sana Lake Recovery Center - sanalake.com treats substance use and mental health disorders as a chronic disease that is unique to each of their members
Sana Lake Behaviorasl Wellness Center - sanalakebwc.com Urgent Care Access Center
SCCAD - sccad.com - St. Charles County Ambulance District
SSM Behavioral Health Urgent Care - ssmhealth.com/locations/location-details/behavioral-health-urgent-care-bridgeton It will treat people suffering from chronic mental illnesses, such as bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, depression and anxiety, as well as addiction to alcohol and opioids.
Talk About It - talkaboutitmo.com Talk About It and NCADA are dedicated to giving families the encouragement, resources, and tools to have these life-changing discussions.
Walk N Faith - walknfaith.org Walk N Faith is a not-for-profit organization committed to ending the Opioid Epidemic. We achieve our mission through preventative and restorative services, education, and critical partnerships with Faith-Based and community organizations throughout the St. Louis City and County region.
WITH YOU STL - withyoustl.com a collective location of many resources.