Cornerstones of Care Substance-use Treatment Program

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Cornerstones of Care

Program Summary: The Cornerstones of Care Substance-use Treatment Program provides a holistic treatment approach that follows a family-functional and supported-recovery model of treatment, so that children and families learn essential skills to maintain a drug-free life. Cornerstones of Care has partnered with COMBAT for 20 years to help children and families preempt the onset of drug use or interrupt a potential cycle of substance abuse for adolescents. Cornerstones of Care serves children and youth who suffer from the effects of traumatic experiences such as neglect and physical abuse as well as substance abuse by family members and violence in the home. This can often times lead to extended out-of-home placements for children. Most children are referred by the Jackson County Family Court or the Children's Division.

Program Addresses: 
421 E 137th St. • Kansas City, MO 64137

8150 Wornall Rd. • Kansas City, MO 64114

Contact:
816-508-3767 • cornerstonesofcare.org

  1. DRUG COUNSELING

    These are the agencies that have COMBAT-funded Drug Counselng programs.

    Cornerstones of Care
    » Substance-use Treatment Program
    For children and their families

    Crittenton Children's Center (St. Luke's Hospital)
    » Adolescent Intensive Outpatient Program
    For youths 12-19

    Footprints, Inc.
    » Recovery Support Services
    Services include, outpatient treatment, recovery community center, transitional recovery house for women and recidivism reduction

    Guadalupe Centers, Inc.
    » Outpatient Treatment Program
    Services for men and women

    Hope House, Inc.
    » Hope House Supported Recovery Program
    Substance use treatment for domestic violence survivors

    Plaza Academy
    » School-Based Substance Abuse Treatment For At-Risk Adolescents
    For Plaza Academy students (grades 7-12) and their families

    Rediscover
    » LS Treatment Services(Coed) and Women and Children's Program

    Rose Brooks Center
    » Supportive Recovery Program
    Sober-living facillity for men 21 and over