Heroin Abuse Resource Guide

St. Louis resources for Heroin Abuse help.

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Sign and symptoms of heroin use

  • Tiredness
  • pinpoint pupils
  • nausea
  • decreased heart rate
  • sores/mark and other parts of body
  • missing spoons/pens/money
  • sudden change in appearance and/or attitude
  • unexplained absences

Local Resources

Call any of the following resources for help:
  • Behavioral Health Response - 24/7 Crisis Hotline - 800-811-4760
  • Crider health Center (St. Charles County Residents) - 636-332-6000
  • SSM Behavioral health Services, Central Intake/Assessment and Referral Center - 800 426-2083
  • Bridgeway Behavioral Health - 866-758-1152
  • MO Community Mental Health Liaison - 800-811-4760
  • Provident Life Crisis Services - 247 Hotline - 800-273-8255
  • Narcotics Anonymous - 24/7 Helpline - 314-830-3232
  • National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Abuse - 314-962-3456
  • BJC Behavioral Health (St. Louis County Residents) - 314-729-4004 (day); 314-469-6644 (Night)
  • Preferred Family Healthcare - 636-946-6376 (Day); 800-964-7118 (Night)
Heroin Resource Information


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