Salvation Army in KC extends addiction support
The Salvation Army in Kansas City, Kan., has launched a program to help those in the area struggling with addiction.
Overcomers Outreach is a fellowship of men and women who have been affected, either directly or indirectly, by the abuse of any mood-altering chemical or compulsive behavior. Through the program, which is based on 12-step recovery programs like Alcoholics Anonymous, support is available to anyone trying to overcome the abuse of or addiction to substances or compulsive behavior.
Overcomers Outreach meets at 7 p.m. every Thursday in the Community Center building of the Salvation Army — Harbor Light Village, 6723 State Ave., Kansas City, Kan.
For more information, contact Maj. Bill Heaver, (913) 232-5401.
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