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Central Missouri
Recovery Coalition

About Us

We are a group of agencies and individuals whose passion is to network and share resources to better serve the recovering community of Boone County and surrounding areas. We have a vision that if we work together and engage in services as a whole, we will save resource dollars, utilize funds more efficiently, and thoroughly help each individual with less overlap of services across the board. Each individual seeking help in our community deserves a clear path and plan to provide a flow of services. By staying connected in our monthly meetings, gathering in small groups and subcommittees, sponsoring community events, hosting informational seminars and workshops, we can better serve our recovering population. 

Join Us

Central Missouri Recovery Coalition meets the second Thursday of every month in 9 a.m. – 11 a.m., The Reentry Opportunity Center (The ROC), 2108 Paris Road, Columbia, Missouri.
ALL ARE WELCOME!

The paper application is available here.

Immediate Services

Recovery Housing Providers

in2Action

Providing transition and recovery support services to people recently released from prison and those at risk of incarceration. In2Action has some of the best outcomes in the state.
573-818-4432

Fresh Start Sober Living Programs

Serving men & women 18 and over with substance use disorder. Fresh Start Sober Living Programs Intake Phone: 573-489-4640
Hours: (M-F, 10am)

Treatment Providers (detox, residential, & outpatient)

Compass Health

Compass Health treatment services work on the specific and individualized needs of each person and their family. We work closely with community resources, recovery support providers, and experts within our organization to provide whole-person care for everyone. Treatment levels range from early intervention to residential services, but might be intensive outpatient programming or day treatment programming based on a personal assessment. To check bed availability in Missouri call centralized scheduling: 888-403-1071

Burrell’s Behavioral Crisis Center

Burrell’s Behavioral Crisis Center, also known as the Rapid Access Unit is a walk-in crisis access point for individuals in need of immediate psychiatric care, medication-assisted treatment for opioid use, psychiatric assessment, brief therapy, peer support services, up to 23-hour observation, referral to appropriate follow up treatment and more. Those experiencing a self-identified behavioral health crisis and are over the age of 18 are encouraged to walk in without referral to the BCC at 1805 E. Walnut, centrally located in Columbia next to Stephens Lake Park. The rapid access unit is located on the bottom floor, on the south side of Burrell’s Stephens Lake Clinic and currently open 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. 365 days a year. 573-777-8300 (Central Missouri Office) for more information or to begin services. Our physical locations and Connection Centers remain open with increased safeguards for your safety and that of our staff, but they ask you to call to decide whether telehealth services are a good fit for your needs. Walk-ins welcome 3401 Berrywood, Columbia, MO, M-F, 9am-4pm.

Valley Hope Addiction Treatment & Recovery

If you or a loved one needs help with drug or alcohol addiction, Valley Hope has a team of compassionate, dedicated specialists available at each residential treatment center 24/7 to help confidentially assess your condition and provide a clinically informed, ethical referral to the most appropriate level of care. We are here to listen and help you find the best course of treatment that leads to your long-term recovery. We know it is difficult to reach out for help, but we also know healing is possible. We witness it every day. We are here to help you, 24/7. It’s time to reclaim your life. Get started by finding a treatment center near you or call (800) 544-5101 to talk with a local admissions team member.

EPICC 24/7 Hotline 800-395-2132

EPICC is a collaborative initiative to link people in the community to overdose prevention, harm reduction, and recovery support. If you or someone you are with has recently overdosed or seeking recovery from substance use please call and make a referral. 800-395-2132

Reentry Opportunity Center

The Reentry Opportunity Center (ROC)

A place where returning citizens who are justice-involved can receive support, guidance, and connect with local resources. Returning citizens will be treated with dignity, respect while we serve to connect those individuals to the ROC and local community. Our mission is to support returning citizens as they go from living to thriving.

Local Recovery Meetings

Recovery Services

Local Recovery Services

Powerhouse Community Development Corporation

MO Coalition of Recovery Support Providers

Missouri Mental Health Foundation

Landmark Recovery Center of the Capital City

Government Agencies

Department of Mental Health (DMH)

Boone CO Gov Office | Janet Thompson District II

MO Substance Use Disorder (SUD) Program

MO Department of Corrections

Community Resource Guides

Love Columbia

These are Love Columbia’s most frequently requested resources and information. Additional information is available by contacting Love Columbia..
573-256-7662

Central Missouri Community Action (CMCA)

A comprehensive guide that includes any and all resources available to help lower income individuals and families in need.

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