Treatment Programs

The Substance Use Treatment Programs being funded by COMBAT have been broken down into sub-categories to assist you in finding services that meet your specific needs. Some programs may be listed under more than one category because they may have overlapping services. You can use the "Link to page" links throughout this page or in the navigation to go directly to a program's web page. 
 Drug Counseling
These are the Drug Counseling programs COMBAT is funding.

Cornerstones Substance-use Treatment Program


CORNERSTONES OF CARE PROGRAM -- 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.
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Crittenton Adolescent Intensive Outpatient Program


CRITTENTON CHILDREN'S CENTER PROGRAM -- Crittenton's Adolescent Chemical Dependency Intensive Outpatient Program serves young persons, ages 12-19, middle school and high school aged from the Greater Kansas City area, experiencing problems in their lives associated with their use of substances. Crittenton treats the young person as well as their family and community, as the family and community are also affected by the use of substances. Crittenton strives to offer the highest quality, culturally competent care for its clients.
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Footprints Recovery Support Services


FOOTPRINTS, INC. PROGRAM -- Footprints plays a special role in the reduction of crime and violence in Kansas City by offering services to individuals involved in the criminal justice system who have been diagnosed with substance use disorders. Footprints' services inlcuding Outpatient Treatment, Recovery Community Center, Recovery Housing and Criminal Justice Outreach/Recidivism Reduction.
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Guadalupe Center's Outpatient Treatment Program


GUADALUPE CENTER PROGRAM -- among GCI’s programming and services is the Guadalupe Center's Outpatient Treatment Program located at the agency’s Casa Feliz Counseling Center in Kansas City’s Westside neighborhood. The program began in 1991 and is a Level 3-Drug Counseling program certified by the Department of Mental Health and Division of Behavioral Health, and is staffed by bilingual, Spanish/English, qualified counselors. The proposed treatment services and activities will reach an estimated 85 unduplicated Jackson Country residents. Primarily, but not limited to, Latino adult men and women, who are low income and uninsured, facing life challenges due to use of an or multiple illicit substances.
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Hope House Supported Recovery Program


HOPE HOUSE, INC. PROGRAM -- The mission of Hope House is "to break the cycle of domestic violence by providing safe refuge and supportive services that educate and empower those impacted by domestic violence. Hope House will advocate for social change that protects and engenders a person's right to live a life free of abuse." Guided by this mission, Hope House provides an array of comprehensive programming to assist domestic violence survivors on their journey towards self-sufficiency. This comprehensive programming includes the proposed Supported Recovery Program, which provides substance use treatment to survivors accessing Hope House's services.
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LS Treatment Services/Women & Children's Program


ReDISCOVER PROGRAM -- ReDiscover will serve 500 residents of Jackson County in our Women and Children and Coed Programs. These programs provide substance use disorder treatment to residents of Jackson County with priority given to residents of Lee’s Summit, Blue Springs, South Kansas City, Raytown and Grandview. Both programs address the overwhelming need for ambulatory outpatient and residential substance use disorder services, as well as documented violent crime in these areas. Both the Women and Children, and Coed programs provide: Level 2-Residential Inpatient, Level 2-Partial Hospitalization Treatment, Level 3-Drug Counseling and Intensive Outpatient Treatment. The Women and Children’s program also provides Level II Recovery House.
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Plaza Academy Treatment For At-Risk Adolescents


PLAZA ACADEMY PROGRAM -- The Plaza Academy's school-based substance abuse treatment program provides services for all of its 7th- 12th grade students who are at-risk for substance abuse due to their lack of success in their previous environment. This program provides individual counseling, family counseling, group counseling, group education, case management and special education services for the students. Research has shown that adolescents who stay in school and receive substance abuse treatment and education are more likely than their peers to remain drug free.
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Rose Brooks Supported Recovery Program


ROSE BROOKS CENTER PROGRAM -- The Rose Brooks Center offers comprehensive services to survivors of domestic violence so that they may find safety and receive supportive services that will help them begin to rebuild their lives. In many situations, substance abuse and domestic violence are tightly interconnected. While substance abuse does not cause domestic violence, there is a statistical correlation between battering incidents and chemical use. Not only do batterers tend to abuse drugs and alcohol, but domestic violence also increases the probability that survivors themselves will use alcohol and drugs to cope with the violence. As such, the issues of domestic violence and substance abuse should be treated simultaneously.
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Listed By Agency

  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 


 Intensive Outpatient Treatment
These are the Intensive Outpatient Treatment programs COMBAT is funding.

Benilde Hall Program


BENILDE HALL PROGRAM -- The mission of Benilde Hall is to provide services for treating addiction, mental health and homelessness, so individuals may return to the community as responsible, employed and permanently housed contributing members of society. Benilde Hall is an all-encompassing program, which provides substance use disorder treatment, mental health treatment, supportive residential housing and a work therapy program for homeless chemically dependent males all in one facility.
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Children's Mercy TIES


CHILDREN'S MERCY HOSPITAL PROGRAM -- The goal of the TIES program is to identify and support pregnant and postpartum women and their families affected by substance abuse in order to reduce drug use, promote healthier families, increase family stability through education and employment, and build on family resources. This crucial period of pregnancy and childbirth presents a valuable window of opportunity to enhance motivation and encourage women to consider substance abuse treatment. All family members, as identified by the pregnant or postpartum woman, will be served. Referrals will be accepted up to six months postpartum. Families of women 18 and older will be eligible for participation.
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Crittenton Adolescent Intensive Outpatient Program


CRITTENTON CHILDREN'S CENTER PROGRAM -- Crittenton's Adolescent Chemical Dependency Intensive Outpatient Program serves young persons, ages 12-19, middle school and high school aged from the Greater Kansas City area, experiencing problems in their lives associated with their use of substances. Crittenton treatsthe young person as well as their family and community, as the family and community are also affected by the use of substances. Crittenton strives to offer the highest quality, culturally competent care for its clients.
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LS Treatment Services (Coed) and Women and Children


ReDISCOVER PROGRAM -- ReDiscover will serve 500 residents of Jackson County in our Women and Children and Coed Programs. These programs provide substance use disorder treatment to residents of Jackson County with priority given to residents of Lee’s Summit, Blue Springs, South Kansas City, Raytown and Grandview. Both programs address the overwhelming need for ambulatory outpatient and residential substance use disorder services, as well as documented violent crime in these areas. Both the Women and Children, and Coed programs provide: Level 2-Residential Inpatient, Level 2-Partial Hospitalization Treatment, Level 3-Drug Counseling and Intensive Outpatient Treatment. The Women and Children’s program also provides Level II Recovery House.
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Mattie Rhodes Nuevo Amanecer (New Dawn)


MATTIE RHOADS PROGRAM -- The Nuevo Amanecer (New Dawn) program is Mattie Rhodes Center’s bilingual and bicultural substance abuse program. The primary, but not exclusive population is Spanish-speaking, Latino individuals who will benefit from a substance abuse program sensitive to their culture and language. Through our substance abuse prevention/treatment program, 80 individuals will be served with over 650 units of service. The youth and adults targeted by this program have been exposed to high rates of poverty, trauma, violence and crime. Many are already involved in/or at high-risk for involvement with the justice system (Truancy Court, Department of Corrections). Additionally, due to factors stemming from poverty, immigration status, community violence, trauma and others, many of those served by this program have co-occurring disorders and treatment needs.
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Sheffield Place


SHEFFIELD PLACE PROGRAM -- Sheffield Place's mission is "to empower homeless mothers and their children to heal from their trauma and gain self‐sufficiency." Sheffield Place provides treatment services and supportive housing to homeless mothers and their children. The reason for family homelessness can be traced to the severe, chronic and continuous trauma the family has experienced. The mothers at Sheffield Place demonstrate the pervasive, negative effects of severe trauma. Like their mothers, the children bear deep emotional and often physical scars. These families have multiple barriers including addiction, mental health, violence and poverty issues. Services provided include individual therapy, therapy and educational groups, case management, employment assistance, recovery support and housing.
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Listed By Agency

  1. INTENSIVE OUTPATIENT

    These are the agencies that have COMBAT-funded Intensive Outpatient Treatment programs.

    Benilde Hall
    » Benilde Hall Program
    Outpatient and supportive housing for men

    Children's Mercy Hospital
    » TIES (Team for Infants Exposed to Substance Abuse)
    Drug counseling for pregnant and postpartum women

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

    Mattie Rhodes
    » Nuevo Amanecer (New Dawn)
    Bilingual and bicultural program

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

    Sheffiled Place
    » heffield Place
    Services for homeless mothers and their children


 Partial Hospitalization Treatment
These are the Partial Hospitalization Treatment programs COMBAT is funding.

CMHS Substance Use Disorder Program


COMPREHENSIVE MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES, INC. PROGRAM -- CMHS uses COMBAT funds for the Substance Use Disorder Program. This program focuses on CMHS residential inpatient clients and provides partial hospitalization services they receive at CMHS outpatient facilities. CMHS is the designated community mental health center for Eastern Jackson County. CMHS treatment services help break the vicious cycle of addiction for individuals struggling with poverty, homelessness, substance use issues, co-occurring mental health disorders, and chronic medical problems (co-morbidities such as obesity, metabolic syndrome and diabetes). In addition, many crimes occurring in Jackson County are linked to drug use. CMHS programs ensure clients with past criminal histories are given the resources and treatment they need to eliminate future violence and/or crime.
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LS Treatment Services (Coed) and Women and Children 


ReDISCOVER PROGRAM -- ReDiscover will serve 500 residents of Jackson County in our Women and Children and Coed Programs. These programs provide substance use disorder treatment to residents of Jackson County with priority given to residents of Lee’s Summit, Blue Springs, South Kansas City, Raytown and Grandview. Both programs address the overwhelming need for ambulatory outpatient and residential substance use disorder services, as well as documented violent crime in these areas. Both the Women and Children, and Coed programs provide: Level 2-Residential Inpatient, Level 2-Partial Hospitalization Treatment, Level 3-Drug Counseling and Intensive Outpatient Treatment. The Women and Children’s program also provides Level II Recovery House.
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Listed By Agency

  1. PARTIAL HOSPITALIZATION

    These are the agencies that have a COMBAT-funded Partial Hospitalization treatment programs.

    Comprehensive Mental Health Services, Inc.
    » Substance Use Disorder Program

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








 Recovery Houses
These are the Drug Counseling Recovery House programs COMBAT is funding.

Amethyst Supportive Housing


AMETHYST PLACE PROGRAM -- Amethyst Place offers level III recovery housing to women who recovering from a substance use disorder and their children. When a family is accepted into the program, they receive a fully furnished private apartment, 24-hour supervision in a drug- and alcohol-free environment, and professional supports to improve education and employment outcomes, promote self-sufficiency, develop new parenting and independent living skills, and overcome the impact of trauma.
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Footprints Recovery Support Services


FOOTPRINTS, INC. PROGRAM -- Footprints plays a special role in the reduction of crime and violence in Kansas City by offering services to individuals involved in the criminal justice system who have been diagnosed with substance use disorders. Footprints' services inlcuding Outpatient Treatment, Recovery Community Center, Recovery Housing and Criminal Justice Outreach/Recidivism Reduction.
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Healing House


HEALING HOUSE INC. PROGRAM -- Healing House serves as one of the primary Room and Board providers in Jackson County for people recovering from Substance Use Disorder (SUD). Jackson County COMBAT supports residential services for 232 participants through two programs: 1) Supervised Participants living at the Healing House and attending the Imani 28-day intensive inpatient program; and 2) Both homeless female and male participants that have no outside funding available for supervised transitional living.
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Sheffield Place


SHEFFIELD PLACE PROGRAM -- Sheffield Place's mission is "to empower homeless mothers and their children to heal from their trauma and gain self‐sufficiency." Sheffield Place provides treatment services and supportive housing to homeless mothers and their children. The reason for family homelessness can be traced to the severe, chronic and continuous trauma the family has experienced. The mothers at Sheffield Place demonstrate the pervasive, negative effects of severe trauma. Like their mothers, the children bear deep emotional and often physical scars. These families have multiple barriers including addiction, mental health, violence and poverty issues. Services provided include individual therapy, therapy and educational groups, case management, employment assistance, recovery support and housing.
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Sisters In Christ Recovery Houses


SISTERS IN CHRIST PROGRAM -- Sisters In Christ provides scattered-site housing specifically targeting hot spots in Jackson County. SIC safe and stable housing provides 12-18 months of programming for women referred by the judicial system or transitioning from substance abuse treatment and/or correctional facilities into the community. SIC housing also focuses on women with mental health issues. While all former substance users are at high risk for community and family ex-communication, those with criminal records, also face the additional stigma and challenges in securing safe and affordable housing, employment and other social services. In SIC transitional housing, residents will rebuild and strengthen their lives.
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Welcome House Sober Living Recovery Program


WELCOME HOUSE, INC. PROGRAM -- The Welcome House Sober Living Recovery Program is a Level III Recovery Residence for men aged 21 or over. The 6- to 12-month program combines evidence-based recovery therapies, a high level of structured support, and a rehabilitative vocational component with a peer-to-peer, residential, therapeutic community recovery model. Overseen by certified staff and a program director who is a Licensed Master Social Worker, the program provides critical residential stability and accountability in a substance-free environment for those in early recovery with alcohol and/or drug use disorders.
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Listed By Agency

  1. RECOVERY HOUSES

    These are the agencies that have a COMBAT-funded treatment programs that include recovery houses, sober-living facilities and other treatment facilities that provide residential care for clients.

    Amethyst Place, Inc.
    » Supportive Housing
    For women with Substance User Disorders and their children

    Footprints, Inc.
    » Recovery Support Services
    Services include transitional residence for women

    Healing House, Inc.
    » Healing House Recovery Houses
    Services for men and women

    Sheffiled Place
    » Sheffield Place
    Services for homeless mothers and their children

    Sisters In Christ
    » Recovery Houses
    For women transitioning from substance abuse treatment and/or correctional facilties

    Welcome House, Inc.
    » Sober Living Recovery Program
    Sober-living facillity for men 21 and over 


 Residential Inpatient Treatment
These are the Residential Inpatient Treatment programs COMBAT is funding.

CMHS Substance Use Disorder Program


COMPREHENSIVE MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES, INC. PROGRAM -- CMHS uses COMBAT funds for the Substance Use Disorder Program. This program focuses on CMHS residential inpatient clients and provides partial hospitalization services they receive at CMHS outpatient facilities. CMHS is the designated community mental health center for Eastern Jackson County. CMHS treatment services help break the vicious cycle of addiction for individuals struggling with poverty, homelessness, substance use issues, co-occurring mental health disorders, and chronic medical problems (co-morbidities such as obesity, metabolic syndrome and diabetes). In addition, many crimes occurring in Jackson County are linked to drug use. CMHS programs ensure clients with past criminal histories are given the resources and treatment they need to eliminate future violence and/or crime.
Link to page

LS Treatment Services (Coed) and Women and Children 


ReDISCOVER PROGRAM -- ReDiscover will serve 500 residents of Jackson County in our Women and Children and Coed Programs. These programs provide substance use disorder treatment to residents of Jackson County with priority given to residents of Lee’s Summit, Blue Springs, South Kansas City, Raytown and Grandview. Both programs address the overwhelming need for ambulatory outpatient and residential substance use disorder services, as well as documented violent crime in these areas. Both the Women and Children, and Coed programs provide: Level 2-Residential Inpatient, Level 2-Partial Hospitalization Treatment, Level 3-Drug Counseling and Intensive Outpatient Treatment. The Women and Children’s program also provides Level II Recovery House.
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Listed By Agency

  1. RESIDENTIAL INPATIENT

    These are the agencies that have COMBAT-funded Residential Inpatient treatment programs.

    Comprehensive Mental Health Services, Inc.
    » Substance Use Disorder Program

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