Using a holistic approach to treating addiction, The Salvation Army Midtown Service and Treatment Center in St. Louis supports The Salvation Army’s mission of creating sustainable positive change in the lives of individuals and communities. The Salvation Army offers treatment but also accompanies that with a variety of services that help meet everyday needs.
- Substance abuse treatment services for both men and women
- Withdrawal stabilization (social setting detoxification services)
- Short-term residential treatment services
- 16 patient beds
- Innovative psychotherapeutic techniques utilizing the latest evidence-based recovery therapies
- Family education, therapy, and support
- Integrated treatment approach for dual diagnosis clients dealing with both substance use disorders and mental health issues
- Out-patient relapse prevention services
- Case management services to address housing, medical, employment, and other needs
- Ongoing spiritual support through The Salvation Army
Contact: (314) 652-3310
A 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. The program will help you restore the 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 mental battles, including medication management to help control cravings. They create a personalized care plan based on your needs and give you options that will allow you to take back your life from addiction.
24-Hour Crisis Hotline – (314) 302-6728
The Black Alcohol/Drug Service Information Center (BASIC) is a community-based agency that provides comprehensive culturally sensitive alcohol and drug abuse services in the city of St. Louis, Missouri.
This non-traditional modality included along with Alcoholics Anonymous/Narcotics Anonymous, the incorporation of the client’s culture and areas of emotional pain associated with “cultural survival fatigue” in America. The program’s goal is not one of mere cessation of addictive behaviors, but one of positively impacting the lifestyle of people of color, utilizing new and innovative strategies, that increase self-esteem, self-worth, and cultural pride.
BASIC’s fingers are forever on the pulse of the community, not responding to a crisis but setting the trends and developing prevention strategies to deal with the needs, demands, and problems of substance abuse within the urban community. BASIC has been recognized by local and national organizations as an exemplary model of a proactive and successful community-based substance abuse treatment program.
Contact – (314) 621-9009
Queen of Peace Center is a $10 million-dollar nonprofit organization serving more than 1,000 St. Louis women and their children and families each year.
Since 1985, Queen of Peace Center has focused exclusively on women, children, and families by providing family-centered behavioral healthcare. Our unique model addresses the full continuum of needs for those impacted by substance use disorders, co-occurring disorders, and trauma.
Our programs provide treatment, prevention and education, and housing – including ensuring food, medicine, and basic needs are met throughout recovery journeys.
Contact – (314) 531-0511
BJC Behavior Health delivers 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. Our leadership team works together with our staff, BJC HealthCare hospitals and health service organizations, and community collaborators to provide the best possible services to our clients.
Contact – Crisis Line (314) 469-3638