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For People Affected by Addiction

Drug Rehab
Drug Rehabs

Community Outreach Programs, Shelters and Rehabs in Missouri

Sunshine Ministries
1520 N. 13th Street
St. Louis, MO 63106
Phone: (314) 231-8209
Email: sunshine@sunshineministries.org
Services: Sunshine Ministries provides men with shelter, meals, chapel services, counseling and substance abuse treatment referrals.

New Life Evangelistic Center
1411 Locust Street
St. Louis, MO 63103
Phone: (314) 421-3020
Services: This program provides up to 14 days of emergency housing for men, women, and children.

Kansas City Rescue Mission
1520 Cherry Street
Kansas City, MO 64108
Phone: (816) 421-7643
Email: info@kcrm.org
Services: Kansas City Rescue Mission provides housing, food, and medical care.

City Union Missionr
1100 E. 11th Street
Kansas City, MO 64106
Phone: (816) 474-9380
Email: info@cumission.org
Services: City Union Mission provides families and single women with shelter, meals, spiritual counseling, and case management.

The Salvation Army
602 N. Ann Street
Columbia, MO 65201
Phone: (573) 442-1984
Email: james.chapman@usc.salvationarmy.org
Services: The Salvation Army provides emergency housing for up to 7 days, alcohol and drug recovery referrals.

ReStart - Emergency Shelter
918 East 9th Street
Kansas City, MO 64106
Phone: (816) 472-5664
Services: ReStart provides emergency housing, meals, case management, alcohol and drug recovery program referrals.

Family Violence Center
519 E. Cherry
Springfield, MO 65801
Phone: (417) 837-7700
Services: The Family Violence Center provides women and women with children with housing, meals, counseling, support groups, and case management.

The Kitchen - Rare Breed Residence
215 S. Campbell
Springfield, MO 65806
Phone: (417) 865-6400
Email: rarebreed@thekitcheninc.org
Services: The Rare Breed Residence provides emergency housing for youth between the ages of 17 and 20 years old.

Known as the "Show Me State", Missouri also shows that it is well-equipped in handling the addiction treatment needs of individuals with substance problems who can’t afford the cost of treatment. Free programs sponsored by the state allow homeless people and low-income workers to benefit from the same offering of services that are featured at high-priced drug rehab facilities. Participants and residents go through a withdrawal process before the implementation of therapy. While medications suppress the cravings associated with substance abuse, behavioral counseling makes the user more cognizant of the triggers that can lead to a relapse. Free programs are featured in such cities as Kansas City, St. Louis and Springfield.