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Drug & Alcohol Addiction Services for the LGBTQ Community in Missouri

Anyone from the LGBTQ community in Missouri struggling with a drug addiction should be reaching out to local treatment programs for help. Roughly 20 to 30% of the people who identify as LGBTQ will struggle with some type of drug or alcohol addiction. For example, around 25% of LGBTQ people will have an alcohol dependency, which can lead to the abuse of other drugs. Alcohol and cocaine, for instance, is a common problem, or the abuse of amphetamines and opioids. There are many reasons why anyone would choose to abuse drugs or alcohol, and often this can be because of some type of emotional or physical distress. Other reasons can be because of boredom or using drugs casually. Whichever the situation is, it is important to find the right type of help and attend a drug rehab center in Missouri, which will treat your needs. Some of the drug treatment centers in Missouri may have LGBTQ specific treatment options, such as counseling and therapy that are centered around the specific issues; LGBTQ people do face.

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Missouri Addiction Services by Type of Drug

Missouri Addiction Services by Type of Drug

Here is a list of the different drug and alcohol abuse centers offering services to the LGBTQ community in Missouri. The list can be incomplete so please do not hesitate to contact one of our counselors at 1-800-304-2219.

List of Drug & Alcohol Addiction Centers for the LGBTQ Community in Missouri