Help is Here
Are you looking for help dealing with your alcohol or drug use?
You are in the right place.
At First Call, we know that addiction to drugs or alcohol is a chronic and progressive disease. The good news is that help is available, treatment works and life in recovery is a wonderful thing. We are the first call to make for individuals suffering from or impacted by substance use. If you are a family member or loved one looking for help visit our Family Services page.
To speak to someone about any of our services or if you are currently in crisis, you can call our Crisis Call Line at 816-361-5900.
Recovery Advocacy Program
Our Recovery Advocacy Program is a one-on-one support for any individual thinking about recovery from substance use, or for anyone who is already in recovery and seeking additional support to help them maintain this. For questions or to schedule an appointment call Bethany or Kennedie at 816.361.5900.
Reentry Advocacy Program
The Reentry Advocacy Program provides unique one-on-one clinical support to individuals releasing from jail or prison to the Kansas City, Missouri metro area [Jackson, Johnson (MO), Cass, and Platte counties]. Clients in the program receive recovery support pre-release, as well as ongoing support services as they return to the community. For questions or to schedule an appointment call Kris at 816-800-8083 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
First Call offers confidential one-on-one evaluation for adults and adolescents with certified substance use professionals and referrals to appropriate care. For questions or to schedule an appointment call 816.361.5900.
Crisis Call Line
Urgent help now. Speak to trained clinical staff, 24 hours a day - 7 days a week 816-361-5900.
Confidential Mobile Community Carelink
Mobile CCL empowers you whenever you are ready to confidentially reach out for support. Created to guide you through your recovery from addiction to alcohol or another drug, your personal information as well as the details of your recovery process are safe on Mobile CCL. Call 816-361-5900 for more information.
All clinical services are available on a sliding scale fee schedule determined in accordance with federal poverty guidelines.
No one is refused services for lack of ability to pay.