What We Do
Outpatient Substance Use Disorder Treatment
Heartland Center is here to help individuals achieve and maintain recovery from alcohol and drug use disorder. Our “person centered” approach includes a wide array of clinical treatment recovery programs and services to meet each person’s unique needs.
Individuals progress through drug use disorder treatment at various rates, so there is no predetermined length of treatment or predetermined plan of treatment. Research shows that the best treatment outcomes result when the length of treatment corresponds to the needs of each client. Our diagnostic assessment is the first step in identifying the course of treatment. A licensed mental health professional and qualified substance use disorder professional first meet with each new client to complete a comprehensive assessment. The results are then used to identify the needs of the person and the individual plan of treatment.
We offer three levels of care in our Comprehensive Substance Use Disorder Treatment and Rehabilitation (CSTAR) Programs. Each level varies in intensity that ranges from 25 hours weekly to monthly support. Clients are placed in the treatment level that is best matched to their treatment needs. Services include:
Comprehensive diagnostic assessment
Individual and group counseling
Dialectic education groups
Community support assistance
In addition, family members are encouraged to participate in the treatment program.
All services are delivered by professional staff who are certified or licensed to provide services by the Missouri Substance Abuse Professional Credentialing Board.
Heartland Center substance abuse treatment services are certified by the Missouri Department of Mental Health.