Northbound St. Louis
Located in downtown Kirkwood, Northbound St. Louis is a joint-accredited behavioral healthcare provider specialized in treating adults suffering from addiction and co-occurring mental health disorders. We provide the latest in evidence-based therapies and a full continuum of outpatient services to help clients achieve long-term recovery from addiction.
Licensed clinicians at Northbound, St Louis work closely with professional referral sources (therapists, addiction counselors, social workers, psychologists, and physicians), family members, and clients to determine the most appropriate level of care and arranging admission when clinically appropriate.
Northbound St. Louis Outpatient
- Individual and Group Therapy
- Individual Case Management
- Therapeutic Toxicology Services
- 12 Step Immersion
Northbound St. Louis Family Services
- Weekly Family Support Group
- Family Therapy
- Communication Coaching
- Boundaries Education & Support
Northbound St. Louis Support
- Long-Term Accountability
- Therapeutic Toxicology Services
- Recovery Coaching
- Sober Community
Northbound St. Louis Alumni
- Development of a Recovery Lifestyle
- Access to Weekly Groups
- Opportunities for Service Work
- Ongoing Support
Northbound’s St. Louis facility is highly active in the local 12-step community and is committed to helping you establish a strong support network and recover from addiction. If you or a loved one needs help, call us anytime. We will answer any questions and help you find the right treatment program for you.
Program Manager, St. Louis
With 30 years of experience in the field of addiction, treatment and recovery, Tina has worked in the entire continuum of care as a clinician, educator, supervisor and manager. Tina is a Licensed Clinical social Worker (LCSW), a Certified Reciprocal Alcohol and Drug Counselor (CRADC), a Certified Co-Occurring Disorders Diplomate CCDP-D and is “All But Dissertation” for her Ph.D in Counselor Education. A long time advocate for people in recovery and their families, Tina served for 13 years as a Council Member for the Missouri Recovery Network; a statewide recovery advocacy organization which educates people about the behavioral health care system, the process of policy and systems change, and advocacy. Tina was also chosen to participate in a 10 panel town hall discussion of addiction and recovery at the White House.
When joining the Northbound staff in April of 2016 Tina was most excited by Northbound’s statement “Our mission is to assist our clients in achieving one year of continuous sobriety.” Knowing how much change occurs in the first year with many obstacles to overcome, it is her goal to help clients remain sober long enough to experience some of the rewards of sobriety and to teach the full range of life coping skills necessary for successful recovery. Client families are a critical part of this process and Tina shares in the joy of families healing together.
Director of Referral Relations, St. Louis
Tib has been a professional in the addiction recovery field since 1986. Having done so much for Northbound St. Louis as both a program counselor and manager in inpatient and outpatient adult, adolescent aftercare and family, Tib is well-qualified to facilitate clinical evaluations as well as family and workplace interventions. Such a diverse 28-year career has afforded him the opportunity to do what he values best — sharing his experience with many different co-workers and clients. “This operation is strictly a ‘we’ deal,” he says. Tib attended the University of Nevada at Las Vegas and completed the Chemical Independence Certificate Program through St. Louis Community College’s Meramec Campus.
Program Coordinator, St. Louis
Geno started in the addiction recovery field in 2004, eleven years before Northbound-St. Louis brought him onboard as a program coordinator. He co-facilitates most clinical programming, providing case management to clients in the intensive outpatient program (IOP), outpatient treatment and support levels of care. Daily work in program coordination in the city of St. Louis is profound for Geno. He grew up in western Massachusetts, where struggles with addiction for several years propelled him to the 12-step recovery rooms of Clayton County. Support in the local recovery community inspired Geno to pursue and complete his master’s degree in social work from the University of Missouri-Saint Louis with a concentration in individual and family practice. He is a credentialed substance abuse counselor and support specialist peer.