Health Department Shares Addiction Recovery Information As Overdoses Continue

The Springfield-Greene County Health Department is sharing information about addiction help and recovery as the overdoses that have plagued the region continue to occur.

The Department is teaming up with Burrell Behavioral Health and the Springfield Police Department to make sure residents of the county know there are people and organizations ready and willing to help anyone who wants to overcome their addictions.

The SGCHD released a video with Springfield Police Chief Paul Williams and Burrell head C. J. Davis speaking about the problem:

The Health Department provided a list of organizations that can be reached for help battling and overcoming addiction.

SAMHSA’s National Helpline
1-800-662-HELP (4357)
A&M Recovery
Alcoholics Anonymous417-823-7125
Alternatives, Inc.417-883-7227
Al-Anon, Alateen417-885-9114
Behavioral Health Group
Burrell Behavioral Health417-761-5000
Center for Addictions, Cox Health Systems417-269-2273
Compass Clinic417-553-3550
Correction Services417-869-5161
Heartland Center for Behavioral Change
Higher Ground Recovery Center
HOUSE, Inc.417-623-1944
Jordan Valley Community Health Center417-831-0150
Mercy Chemical Dependency Services
Narcotics Anonymous

Oxford House417-719-8842
Preferred Family Healthcare417-862-3455
Recovery Chapel417-887-7228
Recovery Outreach417-823-9691
Restoration of Hope Project 
(services for ex-offenders)
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