What is the Harris House Foundation?
Harris House touches the lives of people every day through “Recovery with Responsibility”
For individuals struggling with addiction to alcohol and drugs, Harris House helps people achieve sobriety and become healthy and productive individuals. Since our founding in 1961, Harris House has grown to become a top-rated non-profit treatment center. We serve over 500 clients yearly with about 111 beds grouped by program in our seven buildings in South St. Louis.
Our success is based on over 50 years of experience, studying what works. We review the latest research and also listen to our clients’ feedback. Over the years, Harris House has evolved a holistic approach that recognizes the importance of a comprehensive, individualized treatment and recovery plan. Residents also receive training in employment skills, anger and stress management, depression and anxiety, as well as treatment for alcohol and drug problems.
Harris House offers five types of treatment services:
Harris House is a charitable, not for profit corporation whose primary purpose is to help alcoholic and chemically dependent persons achieve sobriety and become useful, healthy and productive individuals. Implicit in our mission is giving people the opportunity to experience the miracle of their own recovery, regardless of race, creed, or economic status.
Harris House is a public benefit charity under section 501(c) 3 of the IRS code and your contributions are tax deductible to the full extent of the law. The purpose of the information on these pages is to provide general information only. Harris House does not provide legal or tax advice. Please check with your tax or legal advisors when planning your charitable gift.
Harris House is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF International). Harris House is also certified by the Missouri Department of Mental Health, approved by the Better Business Bureau as an A+ accredited charity and a proud member of United Way of Greater St. Louis.
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