Kansas City Counseling

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3. Dr. Richard Abloff

6306 Walnut StKansas City, MO 64113

(816) 444-7890
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6. Heartland Center For Behavioral Change

1730 Prospect AveKansas City, MO 64127

(816) 421-6670
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7. The Crossroads Program

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13860 Wyandotte StKansas City, MO 64145

(816) 941-4000

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8. Metis Counseling

7211 NW 83rd Street Suite 200Kansas City, MO 64152

(816) 399-4204
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9. Center Point Counseling & Recovery

9229 Ward Pkwy # 225Kansas City, MO 64114

(816) 444-5511
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10. Northland Behavioral Health & Wellness

119 NE 72nd StKansas City, MO 64118

(816) 420-8419
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13860 Wyandotte St, Kansas City, MO 64145Kansas City, MO 64145

(816) 941-4000

I joined crossroads in July of 2009. I was a 19 year old homeless junkie. I had hit the lowest bottom of my life when I started Crossroads outpatien…

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12. Northland Family Counseling

429 NE Dickinson LnKansas City, MO 64119

(816) 452-8795
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13. Dipoto Counseling Group

200 NE 54th St # 202Kansas City, MO 64118

(816) 268-8501
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14. Deanna Brauer, MA, PLPC

4131 N Mulberry Dr Ste 245Kansas City, MO 64116

(913) 601-8005
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Tenfold Counseling Group, LLC

15. Tenfold Counseling Group, LLC

6320 Brookside Plaza, Ste 120Kansas City, MO 64113

(816) 645-6507

From Business: Tenfold Counseling Group, LLC is a premier counseling services company that has top rated therapists in Kansas City. Crystal Rodenbaugh, the owner, has been recogni…

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16. New Leaf Counseling Center

435 Nichols RoadKansas City, MO 64112

(913) 735-9696

From Business: New Leaf Counseling Center is a non-profit agency that employs a collaborative group of counselors devoted to the reconciliation of relationships and the healing pr…

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17. Metro Counseling Center

4735 N Brighton AveKansas City, MO 64117

(816) 590-0700

From Business: Professional services are available for children, adolescents, adults, singles, couples and families. Issues: anxiety, bitterness-resentment, blended families, burn…

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18. Healthy Family's Counseling

3100 NE 83rd StKansas City, MO 64119

(816) 468-0289

From Business: Healthy Families Counseling and Support is a nonprofit health care organization that specializes in mental health and preventative social services for individuals a…

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19. Novo Counseling KC

7280 NW 87th Ter Ste 210Kansas City, MO 64153

(816) 841-7735

From Business: Novo counseling KC provides individual. Family. And couples counseling. We are located in zona rosa in NKC and would love to work with YOU or someone YOU know!.

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20. Jobe Counseling Service

12828 Cherry StKansas City, MO 64145

(816) 500-3828

From Business: Jobe counseling service provides compassionate. Affordable counseling to individuals. Couples and families.

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21. Kovac, Julia T

11923 NE Sherman RdKansas City, MO 64156

(816) 896-6569
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Westport Growth Center

22. Westport Growth Center

4104 Central StKansas City, MO 64111

(816) 753-1110
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23. Marty Dybicz Ph.D.

707 W 47th StKansas City, MO 64112

(816) 590-9545
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24. Brandt, Susan J

4901 Main StKansas City, MO 64112

(816) 756-3505
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25. Santiago, Arnold D

620 E 18th StKansas City, MO 64108

(816) 554-9768
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26. Thompson, Cora

1029 Pennsylvania AveKansas City, MO 64105

(816) 221-0305
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27. Clement, Sharon R

2211 Charlotte StKansas City, MO 64108

(816) 404-5804
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28. Gusman, Jodi

2211 Charlotte StKansas City, MO 64108

(816) 404-6053
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Holistic Mental Health Services-Wendy Hawkins

29. Holistic Mental Health Services-Wendy Hawkins

2300 Main Street, Suite 900Kansas City, MO 64108

(816) 729-6122
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Newcomer, Jennifer D

30. Newcomer, Jennifer D

3100 Broadway Blvd # 1104Kansas City, MO 64111

(816) 753-3333
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Crossroads Program
d.merch rated

I joined crossroads in July of 2009. I was a 19 year old homeless junkie. I had hit the lowest bottom of my life when I started Crossroads outpatient. I had been living with various addictions since I was 16 starting with an eating disorder that progressed into alcohol to pot to cocaine to LSD to opiates to any and every drug i could find. I was obsessed, alone, and out of control. I had tried to get sober threw many programs, treatment centers, hospitals, and A.A./N.A. but i could never keep more than 3 months of sobriety at a time. No matter how matter how miserable or far down the scale i had gone it was never enough to get me to stop. I had not always been so obviously crazy and out of control. I was a strait A student in high school and was involved in dance, debate, student council, church, and many other activities. The disease progressed so quickly my family didn’t even know how to react. My eating disorder soon turned to a drug addiction in a matter of a year and I hit the ground running after that. It wasn’t long before i had dropped out of college, wound up homeless, overdosed, fell in love with heroin, and basically just wanted to die. I came to crossroads as a last resort. I was desperate and nothing else had worked. Outpatient taught me how to work a twelve step program honestly, find what i now call God, deal with my feelings, and learn to forgive and love myself. I made friends who truly loved me for who i was and i finally learned how to be me for the first time. I reconnected with my family who i am very close with today. Words cannot say how much gratitude I have for this program. I no longer have the need to take depression medication, throw up my food, get high, get drunk, or hide. I’m learning to love myself and grow into the woman i am meant to be. It really does work. I guess the thing that really made me want to stay in the group after i completed treatment is the love and fun of the group. I love my friends and my life here. I am happy for the first time in a very long time. I choose to stay and i choose to stay sober because i want to. I have found somewhere i feel like i belong and can start building my future. I have been working for a few months and plan on going back to college in the near future. After the hell i went through for many years with my disease, I’m grateful for that experience because it lead me to the life i have now. I wouldn’t trade my worst day I’ve had in sobriety for the best day i had in my addiction for anything

The Crossroads Program
d.merch rated

I joined crossroads in July of 2009. I was 19 year old homeless junkie. I had hit the lowest bottom of my life when I started outpatient. I had been living with various addictions since I was 16 starting with an eating disorder that progressed into alcohol to pot to cocaine to LSD to opiates to any and every drug i could find. I was obsessed, alone, and out of control. I had tried to get sober threw many programs, treatment centers, hospitals, and A.A./N.A. but i could never keep more than 3 months of sobriety at a time. No matter how matter how miserable or far down the scale i had gone it was never enough to get me to stop. I had not always been so obviously crazy and out of control. I was a strait A student in high school and was involved in dance, debate, student council, church, and many other activities. The disease progressed so quickly my family didn’t even know how to react. My eating disorder soon turned to a drug addiction in a matter of a year and I hit the ground running after that. It wasn’t long before i had dropped out of college, wound up homeless, overdosed, fell in love with heroin, and basically just wanted to die. I came to crossroads as a last resort. I was desperate and nothing else had worked. Outpatient taught me how to work a twelve step program honestly, find what i now call God, deal with my feelings, and learn to forgive and love myself. I made friends who truly loved me for who i was and i finally learned how to be me for the first time. I reconnected with my family who i am very close with today. Words cannot say how much gratitude I have for this program. I love my friends and my life here. I am happy for the first time in a very long time. I choose to stay and i choose to stay sober because i want to. I have found somewhere i feel like i belong and can start building my future. I have been working for a few months and plan on going back to college in the near future. After the hell i went through for many years with my disease, I’m grateful for that experience because it lead me to the life i have now. I wouldn’t trade my worst day I’ve had in sobriety for the best day i had in my addiction for anything

Crossroads Program
miracleshappen449 rated

I never could have imagined when rocking my baby that 15 years later I would be picking her up at the police station for assault and possession. It had been obvious that our once happy, carefree daughter had a problem. She was a mess and so was our family. The problem was that no-one was able to help us. We had been to Psychiatrists, counselors, and school staff. A coworker told me about Crossroads and within a day we were meeting with a wonderful counselor. My first thought was that she would never talk to these people but an hour later she was still in there talking. She now has over 48 months clean and sober and is a different person. She smiles, laughs, gives hugs and is someone I loving living with every day. If you have any hesitation in Crossroads I can understand – I was there 48 months ago. The dedicated counselors worked with a child I brought in who was under foreign management (drugs) and not give up on her. There were numerous miracles that happened regularly and still happen. I cannot tell you enough about the love of the group and how awesome it is to have a house party with 50 or more sober kids laughing and having fun. The parent support group that helped me with my own control issues and in finding serenity. In less than 2 years my daughter went from wanting to be a tattoo artist to completing high school early and now attending the comm. college. Life is good! She told me that drugs was like going to church for her and she loved using, 24/7. Miracles do happen – ours happened at a loving, caring place called Crossroads! If your story sounds like ours I hope you can find your miracle at Crossroads. Thank you to the parents, kids and staff! Love you!

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