DRS is very proud to announce that our call center partner RNT CONSULTING LLC has got their accreditation from the state of Florida. See it here

 This certification confirms that our call center has met the standard ofthroughout the state of Florida regarding the services offered to our clients reaching our website.

One of the problems within the field of addiction is some "referral agencies" are, in fact, owned by treatment centers to fill their beds, which is by itself misleading visitors. This is widely covered on the Internet https://theintercept.com/2017/10/17/google-search-drug-use-opioid-epidemic/.

 DRS and RNT CONSULTING LLC are an independent website and call center not owned by any treatment. We are also trying to refer you to treatment that believes in good treatment practice, not rehabs that substitute an addiction with another dependency using medication. We believe that a drug-free life can be achieved. Medication can be used but only for detox purpose.

Our goal is to give you the possibility of attain a drug-free life.

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Drug And Alcohol Rehab Centers For Law Enforcement & First Responders In Missouri

MISSOURI SUBSTANCE ABUSE REHAB PROGRAMS FOR MEMBERS OF LAW ENFORCEMENT

Within the state of Missouri, there may not be an extensive amount of drug and alcohol rehab centers and programs, but some of the facilities within the state can help treat members of law enforcement who may be struggling with addiction. The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration website directory do not necessarily offer a list of programs that will help treat the men and women working within law enforcement. These individuals face a great deal of stress and problems within the job, and unfortunately some turn to drugs and alcohol as a method of coping with the problem.

Information about Substance Abuse in the Law Enforcement Community

Because of the trauma and stress that law enforcement personnel & first responders face every day, it is not uncommon for them to have issues with alcohol and/or drug addiction.

HOW CAN SOMEONE BE TREATED?

A police officer can go about getting treated in a few different ways; they can speak with a representative at work to help them locate a program, arrange for some medical leave, and take the necessary time to go and get help. Other options include taking the time and attending a drug and alcohol rehabilitation program, without going through any internal services. Because some police departments see increases with officers struggling with PTSD and addiction, more programs and services are being provided internally.