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.


 
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Outpatient


CSTAR (Comprehensive Substance Abuse Treatment and Rehabilitation) is a residential and outpatient treatment program for women with substance use disorders and their children, certified by the State of Missouri, Department of Alcohol & Drug Abuse and accredited by COA.

The program is unique in its gender specificity. It is the largest women and children's CSTAR program in the state and boasts the largest number of drug-free births. CSTAR is a nationally recognized program in the field of substance use treatment. CSTAR provides the necessary social and medical support services, daycare and transportation, which helps low-income women access treatment.

These services are provided at Cathedral Tower and include:

  • Three levels of care

  • Dual diagnosis track

  • Trauma and substance use disorder track

  • Individual, group and family counseling led by professionals

  • Peer and father support

  • Outpatient services are from 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday

  • Childcare and transportation may be available

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Pregnant & Postpartum Women

St. Philippine Home is a residential pregnant and postpartum women's program funded by the Administration for Children and Families. The facility houses 24 women and children. Families living at St. Philippine home can reside in the facility the length of the mother's pregnancy through three months postpartum. The long-term housing provides the safety and security for women to recover and deliver healthy babies.

In addition to CSTAR and Family Program Services, residents receive prenatal and postpartum support in order to ensure a safe and healthy pregnancy and delivery. Professional and peer support staff provide educational, emotional and direct care during pregnancy, delivery and postpartum.



Residential

CSTAR (Comprehensive Substance Abuse Treatment and Rehabilitation) is a residential and outpatient treatment program for women with substance use disorders and their children, certified by the State of Missouri, Department of Alcohol & Drug Abuse and accredited by COA.

The program is unique in its gender specificity. It is the largest women and children's CSTAR program in the state and boasts the largest number of drug-free births. CSTAR is a nationally recognized program in the field of substance use treatment. CSTAR provides the necessary social and medical support services, daycare and transportation, which helps low-income women access treatment.

These services are provided at Cathedral Tower and include:

  • Individual, group and family counseling led by professionals

  • Peer and father support

  • Residential services 24 hours a day

  • Childcare and transportation may be available




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Health Services

Health Evaluation and Care Coordination is accessible to all Queen of Peace Center clients, and provides integrated health services and disease management in order to promote healthy living and recovery support.

  • Psychiatric Services include behavioral health services and medication management to women in order to promote recovery from co-occurring disorders.

  • Medication For People With Substance Use Disorders expands health services by offering co-located physicians to administer and monitor suboxone, subutex, vivotrol, and naltrexone for women with opioid substance use disorders. These services curb withdrawal and cravings in order to ensure a safe transition into treatment and maintenance of recovery. Referrals to methadone treatment are provided to pregnant and postpartum women as needed. Queen of Peace Center is not a methadone clinic and cannot provide methadone.





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Overview of Services

For Parents

Pregnancy Support

Childbirth Education

Family Therapy

Parenting Education


For Women

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


For Children

Children’s Therapy and Community Support

Therapeutic Childcare Services