substance use treatment
Comprehensive substance treatment and rehabilitation (CSTAR)
If you or someone you know is struggling with an addiction, there is help. We treat the whole person, paying attention to individual needs and addressing the trauma that often accompanies addiction.
We provide comprehensive, holistic, evidence-based substance use treatment through individual and group counseling and education, paying close attention to individual strengths, needs, abilities, and preferences.
The Comprehensive Substance Treatment and Rehabilitation program (CSTAR) focuses on recovery and family support to empower and build on the strengths of clients, while encouraging the mindset and behaviors that promote a successful life. We strive for our clients to live a happy and healthy life, free from substance use disorders.
The adolescent CSTAR program assists youth 12-17 years of age in recovery, focusing on early intervention, comprehensive treatment, and aftercare with trained and professional staff. The adult CSTAR program serves clients 18 years and older, focusing on recovery, increasing support systems, and prevention education.
Integrated Treatment for Co-Occurring Disorders
Integrated Treatment of Co-Occurring Disorders (ITCD) is an evidence-based practice for individuals with mental health and substance use disorders. Treatment is designed to address co-occurring disorders and accommodate individuals in various stages of change with mental illness and substance use. Treatment is offered until the individual is completely recovered, and is based on individual needs and preferences.
ITCD has an integrated team approach to treatment including:
Individuals may be identified for referral from the Welcome Center or after establishing care with a COMTREA case manager, therapist, or community support specialist. Staff working within the ITCD program receive ongoing specialized training and supervision.
Medication for Substance use disorders
COMTREA utilizes medications to assist in the treatment of opioid and alcohol use disorders.
COMTREA is also involved in Missouri’s State Opioid Response program (SOR), a program aimed to expand access to services and medications for those struggling with opioid use.
Court Services programs are in conjunction with the 23rd Judicial Circuit of Jefferson County, Missouri.
COMTREA is a Certified Community Behavioral Health Organization in the State of Missouri