Holly L Campbell, CADC, RMSR, SQP


Suicide Hotline: 1-800-273-TALK (1-800-273-8255)

Prescription Assistance Programs: http://www.pparx.org/

Housing counseling: Community Action Agency of St. Louis County, Inc. (314) 863-0015

The program will help individuals and families stabilize their housing situation. A counselor will work closely with the client, and the household will receive one or more of the following services from the agency. Services offered include eviction prevention, Homeless Intervention & Stabilization Services, or Rental Housing Services.

Salvation Army of Saint Louis: (314) 646-3000

The non-profit charity offers low income, elderly, and others access to several assistance programs. They administer social services for families and individuals, including emergency shelter, utility help, day camps, substance abuse treatment, rent and housing expenses, senior centers, and child care services.

Drug and Alcohol Programs:

The Division of Behavioral Health has programs around the state of Missouri to help people with alcohol and drug problems.  There are programs for children, teenagers, and adults. If you or a loved one has a problem with alcohol or drugs, you can contact a treatment program for help. They will help you find the services you need.

If you would like more information, please phone them at (573) 751-4942 or (800) 575-7480 or you may e-mail at dbhmail@dmh.mo.gov

Missouri’s Oxford House program is a private,  not-for-profit, effort to provide “good houses in good neighborhoods” for people  recovering from alcoholism and/or other drug dependence.

In addition to safe, substance-free living, Oxford Houses also provide  important psychological supports, such as fellowship and opportunities to  enhance self-reliance and self-respect. It is a place where individuals can make  behavioral changes necessary to ensure continued sobriety.

Begun by a group of recovering persons in Silver Spring, Maryland , in 1975,  the Oxford House concept has grown into a national movement. Each Oxford House  is a separate, self-sustaining, resident-managed, independent entity, closely aligned with Alcoholics/Narcotics Anonymous. The Oxford House program has become an important adjunct to America’s alcohol/drug abuse remedial  effort.

Missouri’s Oxford House program is a private,  not-for-profit, effort to provide “good houses in good neighborhoods” for people  recovering from alcoholism and/or other drug dependence.

Read more:  Oxford Houses Missouri

Support Groups:

List of A.A. Meetings in the St. Louis Area: http://www.aastl.org/search_bb.php

Show me OCD Support Group: Wednesdays at 7:00 PM http://www.stlocd.org/SHOWmeOCD-%20Flyer.pdf

Sex Addicts Anonymous Meetings in the St. Louis Area: http://saa-recovery.org/Meetings/UnitedStates/meeting.php?state=MO

Because I Love You (Formerly Toughlove): 314-993-7550

A support group for parents of troubled children – not restricted to teen children.

Mondays at 7:30 PM

First United Methodist Church 801 First Capitol Drive St. Charles, MO

CODA (Codependents Anonymous): For more information visit coda.org or call 636-397-8676.

There are currently nine groups per week that meet in various parts of the Greater St. Louis Area.

Substance Abuse Loss Support Group: 314-571-6283

A support group for families who have lost a loved one to substance abuse, including heroin.

1st and 3rd Mondays 6:00 pm


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