If you're currently experiencing an emergency, call 911 immediately. The resources provided on this website seek to provide helpful information on rural opioid addiction resources in NW Missouri. HRSA and Northwest Health Services do not endorse or recommend a certain program.

An initiative to end the opioid epidemic.

ROAR is a collaborative initiative provided by the Rural Communities Opioid Response Program (RCORP) working to end the opioid addiction crisis in Northwest Missouri and reduce its devastating impact on people, communities, and our economy.


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Based on your location or services available near you, it may be helpful to learn about other counties and their resources. We've gathered addiction resources from an additional 10 counties in the state of Missouri.

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Opioid addiction affects people from all walks of life.

What are the treatment options for someone struggling with opioid addiction?

Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT)

MAT is the current gold standard for treatment of Opioid Use Disorder(OUD). These programs use medication either alone or in combination with counseling and behavioral therapies.


Methadone clinics offer treatment of Opioid Use Disorder (OUD) by using a medication called Methadone. This medication is dispensed by the provider at their facility on a daily basis.

Counseling Services

Behavioral health therapies, peer support specialists, Narcotics Anonymous, and sponsors are all part of a support system used to help those suffering from OUD to stay on track.


Rural Opioid Addiction Resources acts as a resource catalog of individuals, organizations, and caregivers interested in supporting opioid safety initiatives and medication-assisted treatment (MAT) integration in primary care and other settings.

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At ROAR, we partner with individuals and organizations to provide those struggling in our community with the tools they need to fight back against opioid addiction. We value a connected community and strive to build a network of caring partnerships.

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