Founded as a non-profit organization in 2002, Counselors Obediently Preventing Substance Abuse located in Kansas City incorporates spirituality into its certified outpatient Substance Use Disorder (SUD) treatment program. Our vision is to assist individuals to become stable in their recovery, develop basic life skills and to be a productive member of their family and community. 

2009 - COPSA became a Certified Outpatient Treatment Program. 
2011 - Opened our first transitional house for men, House Gibbor.
2014 - Opened the second men’s transitional house, House Israel.
2017 - Opened the third men's transitional house, House Exodus.

With spirituality as the foundation of our program, the process of change focuses on individuals improving their health and wellness to live a self-directed life while striving for full potential.

COPSA KC's vision for the individual is full recovery while providing individuals with resources for gainful employment, continuing education, housing, and continued support post-program graduation.  

The members of The Kansas City Recovery Coalition (KC-SATRSC) come from all walks of life. We welcome you to join our efforts to serve people who are suffering from many human frailties including Substance Use Disorder (SUD) in Kansas City and the surrounding areas.

"Suppose a brother or a sister is without clothes and daily food. If one of you says to them, “Go in peace; keep warm and well fed,” but does nothing about their physical needs, what good is it?"

James 2:15-16

"Sobriety is a state of mind not a measure of time."                                                                             Titus 2:2-6

  • Certified Intensive Outpatient Recovery Treatment
  • Certified Substance Abuse Counselors
  • Certified Peer Support Workers

About Us

We collaborate with health, housing, treatment and judicial systems acting as advocates for all those seeking help in their recovery. While promoting wellness and stability for all individuals and their families, our desire is not only full recovery, but to also make Kansas City a safe place for all to live and grow.