Outpatient Substance Abuse Treatment Programs
We provide outpatient substance abuse treatment for persons who want to become free of substance use. All individuals seeking admission into treatment are required to undergo a complete screening and substance abuse assessment. The results of the assessment process dictates the level of care and services needed and serves as the basis for developing the individual's treatment plan.
Fees for services are on based on a sliding income scale. Fees for indigent individuals who are residents of the state of Missouri are underwritten by the Missouri Department of Mental Health, Division of Alcohol and Substance Abuse.
We have services available in Kansas City, Independence and Liberty.
Callie Grantham , R2
Kansas City, Missouri 64108
816-421-6670 x 1202
John Baker , Northland Community Center
1205 W. College Street
Liberty, MO 64068
816-421-6670 x 1341
Merry Jones, Independence
103 N. Main
Independence, MO 64050
816-421-6670 x 1247
Three levels of care are available. Clients are assigned a primary counselor who provides assistance throughout all phases.
Comprehensive Substance Abuse Treatmentand Rehabilitation (CSTAR) consists of three levels:
Level I Day Treatment - Offers 25 hours of weekly therapeutic activities. Level I focuses on drug addiction/abuse and auxiliary services as needed but without the residential support. This program assists those who have stable living arrangements without disruption to their home situation. Clients will develop a transition plan prior to changing to Level II services. (Available in Kansas City and Liberty.)
Level II – This is a less restrictive phase in which clients live and work within the community and attend treatment ten hours a week (including one individual session). Both day and evening groups are provided. (Available at all sites.)
Level III – Community Support phase including group sessions three hours a week and an individual session once a month. (Available at all sites.)
The length of participation in each level of treatment depends on individual needs. All clients are assisted in seeking continued treatment, oriented to Recovery Support and Twelve Step meetings, and are encouraged to engage in aftercare programming following treatment.
The counseling staff are either licensed, degreed or credentialed through the Missouri Substance Abuse Professional Credentialing Board as Qualified or Associate Substance Abuse Counselors.
Deaf/hearing impaired clients can be served through KCCC's cooperation with local interpreting agencies.
Northland Community Center receives funding from Clay-Platte-Ray Mental Health Levy Board of Trustees.
Substance Abuse Traffic Offender Program (SATOP)
KCCC is certified by the State of Missouri to provide Substance Abuse Traffic Offender Program services at all levels. This includes:
Offender Management Unit (OMU) - Provides assessment and screening with recommendation for further treatment referral.
Offender Education Program (OEP) - Ten hours of basic education for lower risk offenders.
Weekend Intervention Program (WIP) - Specialized education and intervention for repeat offenders, or those showing signs of a significant substance abuse problem, provided over a 48-hour period.
Clinical Intervention Program (CIP) - Intervention, education and counseling over a minimum of five weeks, for those offenders who have serious substance abuse problems.
Adolescent Diversion Education Program (ADEP) - A specialized ten-hour education program for individuals under the age of 21.
SATOP Level IV Outpatient - Serious and Repeat Offenders (SROP) - KCCC offers Level IV Comparable SATOP services through its Level III CSTAR program in Independence. SATOP Level IV participants complete at least 75 hours of treatment with at least 90 days of services.
To learn more about Kansas City Community Center and alcohol or drug abuse, or to get more information about our Kansas City alcohol and drug treatment programs in the metro area, please contact us at 866-242-6670 or send us an e-mail.