Healing House provides outpatient treatment and recovery support services for individuals who suffer from substance use disorders. These services include group therapy, counseling, classes, and recovery coaching. Services are provided by professional substance abuse counselors and certified peer support specialists.
The outpatient program has three levels:
- Community-Based Primary Treatment is an intensive one-month experience that involves participants in 25 hours of activities per week. This includes classes, therapy groups, case management, counseling, and recovery coaching sessions.
- Intensive Outpatient Treatment involves participants in ten hours of activities each week; eight hours of classes and therapy groups along with a counseling session and a recovery coaching session with a certified peer specialist.
- Supported Recovery consists of three hours of treatment activities each week. This includes two classes and therapy groups plus an individual counseling or recovery coaching session.
Therapy groups meet in the evenings at 6:00 PM and 7:30 PM. Intensive Outpatient programming is on Monday – Friday, 8:00 to 4:00 PM with various options available. All participants in the outpatient treatment program will have a weekly drug screening. (download the schedule)
A formal intake session and screening is required before attending the first session. To schedule call: (816) 920-7181 weekdays 9:00 am – 4:00 pm.
Funding s for the outpatient program is available through the state’s Recovery Support Service for participants who need financial assistance.
Healing House is certified by the Missouri Department of Mental Health, Division of Behavioral Services to provide substance use disorder treatment; Levels I, II & III.
Our community outreach and recovery community centers offer support groups and other activities to support people in recovery. Participants have access to an employment specialist and PCs to learn digital skills, conduct job searches, and update their resumes.