The Adolescent Comprehensive Substance Abuse Treatment and Rehab (CSTAR) programs provide substance use treatment services to male and female adolescents specifically 12-17 years of age. Programming include residential and outpatient services. Individuals are accepted without regard to race, creed, national origin, gender, disability, or sexual orientation. To qualify for services, adolescents must have a substance use diagnosis as determined by a licensed diagnostician. The group homes provide a relaxing, comfortable, home like environment for those in residential treatment.
Kennett Horizons treatment center is located off Highway VV in Kennett, MO at 1109 Jones Street. The Kennett program has two (2) residential group homes which are located on the same campus as the business office/treatment center.
West Plains RISE treatment center is located off Highway 63 in West Plains, MO at 3411 Division Drive. The West Plains residential group home is also located on the same campus as the business office/treatment center.
Services provided include intake screening, assessment, community support, group education, group counseling, drug screen services, academic education, nursing services, recreation, family therapy, individual counseling and co-occurring counseling.
Funding sources for the adolescent programs include private health insurance, purchase of service (POS) funds, Medicaid, and private fees. The ability to pay is based on the Department of Mental Health sliding scale and the income of the adolescent and/or parent/guardian. The fees are determined by family income and number of dependents.