Places for People located at 3738 Chouteau Avenue Suite 200 in Saint Louis, Missouri provides local drug and alcohol treatment programs for those struggling with substance abuse. Places for People provides help for those struggling with drug and alcohol abuse. Other addiction treatment options include Counseling that help those struggling with drug and alcohol addiction to get the effective treatment that they need.
For those that are seeking affordable drug rehab in Saint Louis, Missouri, then entering addiction treatment at Places for People is the right choice. Places for People generally accepts struggling addicts of most age groups, i.e. 18+ to enroll in their available addiction rehabilitation programs.
Places for People also takes commonly accepted insurances, i.e. Most Insurances, and certain types of payment such as: American Express, Cash or self-payment, Check, Mastercard, Visa. Places for People can be contacted through their website at www.placesforpeople.org.
I love the closeness I shared with the members on Thanksgiving. Special thanks to Miss Leon and everyone else who helped out for the event.
I LOVE THIS PLACE
They provide a daily meal and a safe place out of the weather for 8 hours. I got a job and needed a bus ticket to get there and they couldn't help though.
I love this place a whole lot! It is a safe space for all lgbtqia++ for all ages! They have an awesome library, computer lab, comfy couches, Netflix, spotify. They host events regularly amd have free potluck once a month. Extremely valuable resource for the local queer community.
Great place for the LGBT community
Did my EKG training there and going for my CCMA this fall there. Highly recommend.
I am a newbie and so far have only been to class for a week but I am blown away by how organized and effective the instruction is by Spencer. Amanda is the campus coordinator and is incredibly helpful. So far I highly recommend this school, will update upon graduation :)
I see the psychiatrist there and doctor I have a pharmacy very good counselor and social workers be very helpful
I see my dr. At this place. Every body seems freindly. I never had a bad experience there.
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My wife attended this school with an idea of becoming a heath services professional. First, the admission staff was very accommodating in making the right selection for classes. She attended the EKG Technician course and had Keisha as the instructor who was excellent. Because of the training in the course my wife passed the national accreditation exam. All in all, we highly recommend the St. Louis School of Phlebotomy as it has everything necessary to get you ready for a health career.
This is a lovely environment in which to do good work. Excellent for meetings and seminars.
Places for people has been the best thing to ever happen for me in my life. I was near death. Places for people came in at the right time . They have awesome teams that help people wanting to help themselves be a better person than they were yesterday . They are encouraging , helpful, show empathy , compassion and tough love . I am still struggling with my issue s, but through the team that I work with I have learned how to cope and deal with it . I went from hopeless to hopeful . The other clients I met always had an encouraging smile and a nice word for me , and i am not a very social person so that was a big stepping stone for me to even be sociable with groups of people . I have housing now because of them . I was homeless and on the streets. So I have come a long way. You have to WANT to get better. When your team sees that, they help you with all the resources they have available for you. And for that I am forever grateful .
They have a lot of resources; gym, clubhouse, bus pass program, psychiatrists, nurses on staff, monthly outings, some great staff and some crappy ones. I speak highly of Mike Anderson because it is evident he lives what he does and is a true humanitarian. He helped me leave an abusive relationship and to qualify for housing voucher. Overall it's a great place. ♡♡♡
Thanks places for people for helping me be independent with myself #BESOCIAL
PrideCenter does a lot to bring the community together. They have an LGBTQ+ community library, a computer lab/cybercenter, and a meeting room with couches and a TV. It's a good place just to feel comfortable and to hang out with people, and there are always fun events happening too.
Amazing Location ! One stoplight away from The Grove (St. Louis premier LGBTQIA area). Alot of community based programming happens here in addition to what Pride St. Louis offers as well!
I'm straight and married but support my family, friends, and strangers who are in the community! One Love, one heart, let's get together and feel alright!!! I always feel welcome and loved at this event. #NoMoreHate 🌈
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