Recovery in Christ

In 3T Recovery we desire to pursue and live in Christ centered community because Christ is the one who helps us overcome our broken and addictive lifestyles. This group gives men and women a safe place to pursue redemption in Christ from sin and suffering due to an addiction.  


Our addiction recovery group meets every Wednesday night at 7pm.

Detox & In-treatement

Salvation Army Adult Rehabilitation Center (ARC) 

1310 E. 10th
Kansas City, MO

816.421.5434

This residential program assists men, with treatable handicaps, drug dependence, alcohol addiction or other problems, at one time. Residents receive addiction counseling and are taught skills and given responsibilities that will help them return to community living.  

This self-supported program is funded by Salvation Army, located around the Kansas City area. The ARC is responsible for the daily operations of these stores, providing pick-up service, sorting and refurbishing of goods and sometimes manning the counters. All funds generated by the stores are put directly back into the program.


reStart, Inc. - Abuse Treatment Program
918 E. 9th Street
Kansas City, MO 64106
816.472.5664

reStart’s Substance Abuse Treatment Program serves homeless individuals and families who have serious substance abuse and/or dependency issues that impede their ability to build resilience and sustain recovery. Their mission is to end homelessness for all persons. reStart’s Adult Emergency Shelter is a low-barrier shelter, one of the only year-round emergency shelters to welcome women, HIV+ clients, ex-offenders, clients with active mental health and/or substance abuse issues (if they are not a danger to themselves or others), and non-traditional families. The Substance Abuse Treatment  Program supports recovery though treatment plans, drug and alcohol education classes for individuals and groups, individual and substance abuse counseling, life skills and enrichment programs, recovery awareness, relapse prevention, 12-step groups, strengths-based case management, and referrals for intensive or ongoing treatment as needed.