Family-Centered Behavioral Health Treatment

Family-Centered Behavioral Health Treatment

Queen of Peace Center realizes that substance use disorders are a disease that impacts the entire family unit. Substance use disorders are multi-generational. Through the Center’s various treatment options, families can recover.

Family-Centered Behavioral Healthcare provides a full continuum of individualized early intervention, treatment and long term recovery support services to empower women, children, adolescents and families impacted by substance use disorders, co-occurring disorders and trauma. Services are provided in a residential and outpatient setting.



  • Nurturing Networks Therapeutic Daycare is a resilience-based program that offers social
    emotional support for children 0-6 impacted by maternal addiction in a therapeutic classroom
  • Parenting Education Program provides full scale parenting services designed to increase parenting competence and reduce psychosocial and behavioral risks that could interfere with effective parenting, while promoting healthy infant and child social and emotional adjustment.




Children’s Therapy and Community Support

Therapeutic Daycare Services


Pregnancy Support

Childbirth Education

Family Therapy

Parenting Education


Diagnostic Screening and Clinical Assessment

Residential and Outpatient Treatment

Individual and Group Co-Occurring Counseling

Community Support, Education and Outreach

Group Education

Peer Mentoring and Recovery Support

Trauma Recovery Support

Art Therapy

Primary Health Care Referral and Services

Psychiatric Services (Provided by ARCA, Assisted Recovery Centers of America)

Transitional, Supportive and Permanent Housing



  • Individuals that have received treatment: 2,919
  • Children Served: 372
  • Hours of Children’s Counseling Provided: 2,808
  • Percent of Children that experienced social and emotional advancement: 56%
  • Percent of Women and Children admitted that had access to primary and behavioral healthcare: 100%
  • Mothers who have participated in the Parenting Program: 215
  • Women that have received trauma counseling: 277


For more information contact:
Charlene Johnson at 314-531-0511, ext. 102 or

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