Substance Abuse Resources

  • NCADA (National Council on Alcoholism & Drug Abuse) offers free comprehensive adolescent evaluations and counseling for young people up to age 19 and their families through their Transitional Counseling Program. TCP provides a supportive environment that enhances motivation to change, helps explore the consequences of substance use, and works to develop healthier alternatives. If treatment for chemical dependence is necessary, NCADA will make an appropriate referral and provide ongoing support until the desired treatment is available. As part of the TCP, teens will find educational assistance from mentors and tutors in the Lounge. Caregivers will find skilled counselors that promote healthy family relationships. NCADA’s offices are located at 9355 Olive Boulevard near 170 and Olive. To schedule an assessment or to get more information, call Sara Gibbs at (314) 962–3456 or send her an email at sgibbs@ncada-stl.org.
    Website: ncada-stl.org/find-help/transitional-counseling-program/

    Preferred Family Healthcare provides adolescent substance abuse treatment and education. PFH’s services are free to children and youth ages 19 and under who are St. Louis County residents. If you would like to pursue this option, you can contact Anne Gibbs at (314) 918-4154 who will complete a referral or you can contact PFH directly at 314-729-7050. PFH will conduct an assessment and make a treatment recommendation:

    • Team of Concern (prevention) for students who are not currently using drugs or alcohol
    • Early intervention treatment for students who have experimented
    • Outpatient treatment for 6-9 hours per week
    • Inpatient treatment at the Farm

    Except for the Farm, services are offered at their South County location, 10024 Office Center Ave, Suite 100 (near Lindbergh and 270), which is the closest location to Webster Groves. There are also offices in St. Louis City, North County, and West County. Team of Concern and Early Intervention can be school or community based if necessary and appropriate.

    Website: www.pfh.org/adolescent-rehab

    Clayton Behavioral Health provides substance abuse treatment services and mental health counseling. They accept some insurance. Contact Clayton Behavioral Health at 314-222-5830 to set up a free consultation.  
    Website: http://claytonprograms.com

    CenterPointe provides substance abuse treatment services and accepts insurance. Contact CenterPointe at 1-800-345-5407 if you want to pursue their services.
    Website: http://centerpointehospital.com/?page_id=1089&post_parent=1078

    Clinical Collection Management offers confidential drug testing for $35. They do a 12 panel test which includes same-day results and confirmation from the lab with more details. They have an office located in Webster Groves (by the Schnucks) and accept walk-ins.
    Website: www.ccm-drugtest.com.

    Clinical Collection Management
    8730 Big Bend Blvd, Ste. A
    Webster Groves, MO 63119
    Phone: 314.963.3404

    Who to contact at school?
    Your child’s School Counselor                                                           
    A - E:   Alex King                    918-4137      king.alexandra@wgmail.org           OR         Anne Gibbs, LCSW
    F - K:   Ken Winingham           918-4135      winingham.ken@wgmail.org                         Social Worker       
    L - R:   Joe Hepfinger              918-4133      hepfinger.joe@wgmail.org                             (314) 918-4154    
    S - Z:    Simone Cunningham   918-4136      cunningham.simone@wgmail.org                  gibbs.anne@wgmail.org