House Of Recovery

Salvation Army Midtown Service/Treatment Center Provides Array Of Healing Resources

Through applying a holistic approach to treating substance use disorders, the professional team at a state-of-the-art, 22,500-square-foot facility in Midtown St. Louis supports The Salvation Army’s mission of creating sustainable, positive change in the lives of individuals as well as communities.

Located at 2900 Washington Ave., The Salvation Army Midtown Service and Treatment Center practitioners assist persons struggling with substance use disorders through services for both men and women. The center, which has operated since fall of 2016, includes 16 patient beds for short-term residential treatment services. 

Withdrawal stabilization is one of the initial steps of assistance, says Kimberly Beck, a licensed professional counselor and executive director of the center. "We want to be a part of the solution, and we are a part of it by providing medical recovery services in a compassionate manner."

Evidence-based recovery therapies and innovative techniques are incorporated into the center's program. Kimberly confirms that the center's dual, integrated treatment approach helps clients dealing with both substance use disorders and mental health issues. A comprehensive out-patient relapse prevention program also is in place, she adds. 

"We also provide family education, therapy and support, as requested," says Kimberly, who worked at The Salvation Army's Midland Division for nearly 22 years. She's been the Midtown Service and Treatment Center executive director since 2018. She started at The Salvation Army in 2002 as a program director at St. Louis’ Harbor Light location.

Case management services at the center address clients' housing, medical, employment and individual everyday needs. The program provides services for Missouri residents aged 18 and older.

Ongoing, Christ-centered spiritual support through The Salvation Army's worship schedule and Bible study sessions is offered to the center's clients and their families, including children's ministries. 

  • Midtown Center Outpatient Services: Mondays through Fridays, 9:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. 
  • Intake/Day Services Appointments (walk-ins available): Mondays, through Fridays 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. 
  • 16-Bed Residential Treatment Services available 24 hours a day.


"The Salvation Army Midtown Service and Treatment Center serves as a faith-based catalyst of hope."

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