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    Adolescent/Adult/Family Recovery Inc
  • 201 South Lincoln Street
  • Chanute,KS, 66720


  • Kings Alcohol/Drug Treatment Ctr LLC
  • 408 North Elk Street
  • Oberlin,KS, 67749


  • A Clear Direction Inc
  • 2618 East 21st Street
  • Wichita,KS, 67214


  • Addiction Specialists of Kansas Inc
  • 650 North Carriage Parkway
  • Wichita,KS, 67208


  • Adolescent/Adult/Family Recovery Inc
  • 3540 West Douglas Street
  • Wichita,KS, 67203


  • Adolescent Specialists of Kansas Inc
  • 650 North Carriage Parkway
  • Wichita,KS, 67208


  • Alcohol and Drug Addiction
  • 10209 West Central Street
  • Wichita,KS, 67212


  • A New Dimension Inc
  • 2422 South Seneca Street
  • Wichita,KS, 67217


  • ARROW
  • 946 North West Street
  • Wichita,KS, 67203


  • Associated Word of Life Counselors
  • 3811 North Meridian Street
  • Wichita,KS, 67204


  • Center for Change
  • 1333 North Broadway
  • Wichita,KS, 67214


  • Center for Human Development Inc
  • 2601 East Central Street
  • Wichita,KS, 67214


  • ComCare
  • 940 North Waco Street
  • Wichita,KS, 67203


  • DCCCA Inc
  • 122 North Milwood Street
  • Wichita,KS, 67203


  • DCCCA Inc
  • 1319 West May
  • Wichita,KS, 67213


  • Farm Inc
  • 2627 East Central Street
  • Wichita,KS, 67208


  • Higher Ground
  • 247 North Market Street
  • Wichita,KS, 67202


  • Holistic Psychiactric Services
  • 1883 West 21st Street North
  • Wichita,KS, 67203


  • Hunter Health Clinic Inc
  • 2318 East Central Street
  • Wichita,KS, 67214


  • Individual and Family Systems Recovery
  • 2024 North Woodlawn Street
  • Wichita,KS, 67208


  • Kings Alcohol/Drug Treatment Ctr LLC
  • 721 North Topeka Street
  • Wichita,KS, 67214


  • Kings Alcohol/Drug Treatment Ctr LLC
  • 4515 East Central Street
  • Wichita,KS, 67208


  • Kings Alcohol/Drug Treatment Ctr LLC
  • 204 South Osage Street
  • Wichita,KS, 67213


  • Knox Center Inc
  • 2924 East Douglas Avenue
  • Wichita,KS, 67214


  • Metro Treatment Center Inc
  • 630 North St Francis Street
  • Wichita,KS, 67214


  • Miracles Inc
  • 1015 East 2nd Street
  • Wichita,KS, 67214


  • Miracles Inc/Sanctuary House Program
  • 1738 North Market Street
  • Wichita,KS, 67214


  • Parallax Program Inc
  • 3410 East Funston Street
  • Wichita,KS, 67218


  • Recovery Concepts Inc
  • 313 North Seneca Street
  • Wichita,KS, 67203


  • Recovery Unlimited
  • 3312 West Douglas Street
  • Wichita,KS, 67203


  • Robert J Dole Medical Center and
  • 5500 East Kellogg Street
  • Wichita,KS, 67218


  • Stop Program
  • 8911 East Orme Street
  • Wichita,KS, 67207


  • Valley Hope Chemical Dependency
  • 901 West Douglas Street
  • Wichita,KS, 67213


  • WASH Treatment Center
  • 829 North Market Street
  • Wichita,KS, 67214


  • Wichita Community Action Inc
  • 1411 North Kansas Street
  • Wichita,KS, 67214


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