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In 2014, the four Access Site Directors for the Access To Recovery program and the Missouri Recovery Network joined in an effort with the Missouri Department of Mental Health to identify and unite recovery support transitional houses in Missouri. While coming together for this initiative, the group realized that recovery supports in general in Missouri would benefit from an organized collaborative initiative to unite, mobilize, and empower recovery support efforts throughout the state. 

As a result, MCRSP was established in 2015 to create a voice and representation for faith and community based recovery support service providers in Missouri. The coalition exists to identify, unite, mobilize, and empower grassroots recovery support providers that assist individuals in their restoration of self-worth, human dignity, self-respect, life skills, and self-confidence needed for sustained recovery and effective community living.

Recovery Supports At Work In Missouri

  • Recovery Support Agencies

    80

  • Missourians Served

    47,788

  • Consumers Alcohol and Drug Free

    88%

  • Consumers Without New Arrests

    97%

  • Consumers Housed

    86%

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