St. Louis to Open City’s First Opiate Addiction Center

On December 18, St. Louis will open its first-ever center geared toward offering legal help, interventions, and classes for parents and communities to educate them about heroin and opiate addiction.  The Missouri Network for Opiate Reform and Recovery will host its grand opening on Friday, December 18 at 4022 South Broadway, St. Louis, MO 63118.

The nonprofit center will have an open door policy for anyone fighting drug addiction.

“Our attorneys on staff are gong to assist them getting into drug court programs, other diversion programs, probation, help them get through this process of the recovery from this disease without having to have any type of felony or anything on their record that could hinder them in the recovery process,” said Chad Sabora with the Missouri Network for Opiate Reform and Recovery.

The center is scheduled to open in mid-December. Sabora says he’s hoping it will be a model for other cities to follow as well.

For more information on the Missouri Network for Opiate Reform and Recovery, visit their Facebook page here.

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