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Valentine's Day Treat for our Clients
The clients of Queen of Peace Center were treated to a top notch Valentine’s Day. It was organized by Lecia J. Rives who treated the clients to served appetizers while the clients awaited a limo ride (provided by Mr. Carl Officer), a three course dinner at the Missouri Athletic Club, a box of premium chocolates, and a goodie bag that included a watch for each client. This is a day for our clients to feel the love and truly enjoy every moment of pampering.


Queen of Peace Center

Since its founding in 1985, Queen of Peace Center (QOPC) has been providing family-centered behavioral healthcare for women, children and families.  As a member of the Federation of Catholic Charities, we serve the metropolitan and surrounding St. Louis area through four core programs: prevention, education, treatment and housing.

Our unique comprehensive model addresses the full continuum of needs for families impacted by substance use, co-occurring disorders and trauma. We are dedicated to providing services that give women and children the best chance for success by offering quality treatment; helping them meet their physical, psychological, emotional and social needs; and making our services as safe, convenient, and accessible as possible. Our prevention and education programs are our mechanism to stop substance use before it starts. We support our work through diverse partnerships with funders including public agencies, private foundations, donors and corporations—and we optimize reimbursement from insurance and other payers by promoting our model as best practice to encourage wide adoption and coverage.

Queen of Peace Center is accredited by The National Council on Accreditation and certified through the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services and the Missouri Department of Mental Health, Division of Behavioral Health as a Women and Children’s Comprehensive Substance Treatment and Rehabilitation (CSTAR) program.

Treatment Options

  • a gender-specific recovery program for women and children;
  • therapeutic childcare for their children;
  • permanent and transitional housing for women and their families;
  • an early-intervention and prevention program for adolescents;
  • community-based health and education program.

Contact Information
325 North Newstead
St. Louis, MO 63108
(314) 531-0511

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