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Addiction Hotlines in Missouri: Call 24/7 Drug Crisis Hotlines in MO

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Sometimes, all it takes is a single phone call to help change for the better. Drug and alcohol addiction can be treated with the help of professionals. Here’s a list of free hotline numbers in MO that can get people into treatment.

Delphi Health Group

Delphi Health is one of the biggest groups that can help people recover from drug or alcohol addiction. They have several branches operating across states and countries. Their services are covered by insurance. One can dial their help hotline number, (888)-459-5511, 24/7. All calls are made confidential.

First Call

First Call was established in 1958 and was formerly known as the National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence. They offer educational, clinical, and prevention services not only to individual users but also to families.  They have videos and written materials about substance abuse disorders, which can be availed by request. Call their addiction help hotline at 816-361-5900 for more information and assistance.

Heartland Center

Heartland Center for Behavioral Change has been helping people impacted by addiction since 1982. They are a non-profit group that delivers hope, healing, and recovery to residents of Missouri. Their services are certified by the Missouri Department of Mental health and can be available for free or through an insurance. Call their substance abuse hotline now at 866-242-6670.

All of the above mentioned local hotlines in MO are available 24/7. Get in touch with an expert now. Keep calling and heal from addiction.

Sharon Levy

About Author

Sharon Levy, MD, MPH

After successful graduation from Boston University, MA, Sharon gained a Master’s degree in Public Health. Since then, Sharon devoted herself entirely to the medical niche. Sharon Levy is also a certified addiction recovery coach.


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  • Pam Brayfield
    Me step daughter is a bad drug abuser and needs help! She had lung cancer last year but the doctors said she’s cancer free at present and it’s been a year since she had surgery! But she still complains of pain and gets Percocets and morphine and is on a lot of other mental health drugs! She abuses her pain pills. She crushes them and snort then up her nose andvshevrunsvout in about 1- 2 weeks. She tries to!tell us the doctor tells her to snort then cause they work faster. But we know that the doctor told her if she’s snorting her pills, she’s abusing them! She needs serious long term help to get off these drugs what can we do to help her?