Queen of Peace Center
  • Queen of Peace Center

Rehabilitation center in St. Louis, Missouri
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About Queen of Peace Center

Queen of Peace Center - Drug Rehab centre in St. Louis, MO. They are rated 0/10 based on undefined user reviews as Rehabilitation center in St. Louis, Missouri. Queen of Peace Center is located at 325 N Newstead Ave, St. Louis, MO 63108. To book appointment you can call them at +1 314-531-0511.

"Queen of Peace Center (QOPC) is a 501(c)3 nonprofit providing family-centered care for women with substance-use disorders, their families, and at-risk youth through treatment, prevention and education, and housing. QOPC is one of eight federated agencies of Catholic Charities of St. Louis. QOPC is licensed by the Missouri Department of Mental Health and accredited by the Council on Accreditation. Our unique, comprehensive model helps those we serve by meeting their physical, psychological, emotional, and social needs. We are dedicated to providing services that give women and children the best chance for success by offering qualify treatment and making our services as safe, convenient and accessible as possible."

FAQs

How to contact Queen of Peace Center?

You can contact and book appointment with Queen of Peace Center either by calling at +1 314-531-0511 or by directly visiting their address at 325 N Newstead Ave, St. Louis, MO 63108.

Where is Queen of Peace Center located?

Queen of Peace Center is located at 325 N Newstead Ave, St. Louis, MO 63108. Queen of Peace Center is easily accessible by public transportation, major highways, etc.

What services does Queen of Peace Center offer?

Queen of Peace Center offers a range of services to support individuals struggling with substance use disorder, alcoholism, etc.. These services may include detoxification, individual therapy, group therapy, family therapy, medication-assisted treatment, and aftercare planning.

What is Queen of Peace Center's rating and reviews?

Queen of Peace Center has a rating on our website, based on undefined+ reviews from individuals who have received treatment at Queen of Peace Center. This is one of review from Danaya Kates about them. They kick you out for nothing. The dont help you. Some of the staff help you best way they can. Other try living hard. When have problems with staff dont help you. When put out they dont help you. You are on own.

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Queen of Peace Center Working Hours

Monday8:30?am–5?pm
Tuesday8:30?am–5?pm
Wednesday8:30?am–5?pm
Thursday8:30?am–5?pm
Friday8:30?am–5?pm
SaturdayClosed
SundayClosed

Queen of Peace Center Reviews

Dorothy Crawford
Dorothy Crawford

I worked here for over 25years as, a Registered Nurse and Director of Health Services and found it to be a most gratifying job to see the women change their lives.

Alyce Woods
Alyce Woods

This program had been a great influence in my life all staff work with. What you put into your program goes according to what you want in life and the staff support you. That goes along way in recovery. I thank God daily for Queen of Peace!!!!!!!!

ShoK VipeR
ShoK VipeR

When they do decide to answer, the reception staff has no professionalism, lack of knowledge of anything that involves the building. Hung up on me 4 times asking questions regarding my son, not about his mother thats a patient. Just where I …More

Terry Steward
Terry Steward

I Valerie Rounds rate Queen Of Peace a 0.00 just because their program is very disrespectful far as Staff calling peers dope feens and threatening peers with discharging them and a rude in disrespectful way which is UnprofessionalAnd how far is like the

Shannon McMahon
Shannon McMahon

I was hesitate. But this place changed my life there is some staff is amazing St Phil staff are da best it was the best choice I ever made

Ilene Davis
Ilene Davis

I love the Queen of Peace , inpatient and outpatient help for recovering addicts, many counselors and medical help if needed. They also help with clothing bus tickets psychiatric help as well as addressing medical issues as well as issues …More