Resources – Substance Abuse
These resource pages are intended for current guests, former guests, or anyone who thinks that she or he is at risk of homelessness.
If you fall into any of these categories, please do not hesitate to get in touch with us here at the shelter. Your email will be received by one of our staff, who will write you back promptly in order to provide support and advice.
On these pages you can find resources organized under the clickable headings in the resources menu.
Please click here to suggest new resources, offer corrections, or report broken links.
785-842-0110 (24/7 hotline)
Assistance through mutual support and fellowship for those who desire to stop drinking and/or maintain sobriety.
Bert Nash Community Mental Health Center
200 Maine Street
Outpatient mental health services for children, adolescents and adults: therapy, psychiatric services, screening, crisis intervention, evaluations, referrals and community-based services (case management) for those who meet criteria. Homeless outreach program assists individuals and families with and without mental illness in locating housing. Emergency services 24 hours/day.
DCCCA (Douglas County Citizens Committee on Alcoholism)
1739 East 23rd Street (Outpatient)
3312 Clinton Parkway (Office)
Child-placing agency, outpatient intervention, assessment, treatment, and support groups for individuals and families where the abuse of alcohol and other drugs has become a problem. Court evaluations for DUI and criminal charges.
First Step at Lakeview
PO Box 266, Lawrence 66044
A residential licensed drug treatment center providing reintegration services for women recovering from chemical dependency. Call for admissions details.
Heartland Regional Alcohol & Drug Assessment Center (RADAC)
5500 Buena Vista, Roeland Park
Alcohol & drug assessment and treatment referral. Case management for families receiving cash assistance through DCF as well as for the homeless.
Help with recovery from drug and alcohol addiction.
Oxford House of Kansas
1620 19th Street Terrace, 785-842-1621 (Men)
318 California Street, 785-424-7979 (Women)
Oxford House has as its primary goal the provision of housing and rehabilitative support for the alcoholic and drug addict who wants to stop drinking or using drugs and stay stopped.
Recovery and Hope Network (RAHN)
1009 New Hampshire, Suite D/C
Free services (support groups, peer support, advocacy, reduction of self-stigma, self-isolation and relapse, and independent living skills training including learning how to advocate for one’s self) to adults with severe mental illness. Hours: Monday-Friday, 1-5 PM.