“A Vision to Advance Equity and Build Community Trust in
Mental Health and Substance Use Treatment Services”
Jubilee Community Church
In direct response to the lack of effective treatment of mental health and substance use disorders for African American and minority other historically under-resourced communities, ARCA and Jubliee Community Church reimagined service delivery, mobilized our workforce, and acquired the necessary resources to meet people where they live, work, play, and worship. This has been made possible due to our strong commitment to the community and those already doing or attempting to do the work.
4231 North Grand Boulevard
St. Louis, MO 63107
Refuge & Restoration
Drawing on their decades of experience working with individuals and families in the community, the Jenkins have developed the R&R Marketplace vision and project. This initiative aims to create a sustainable economic development model that provides equitable opportunities for the community. Over the last five years, R&R has been working on this project, which involves creating a multi-use facility to house various businesses and services. The goal is to not only create jobs but also provide essential resources to the community.
P.O. Box 701
Florissant, Missouri 63032
Mobile Treatment Clinic
Our Moblie clinic provides behavioral health and substance use disorder treatment. Whether you are seeking treatment for the 1st or the 5th time, you will find that our program offers a unique, comfortable, and individualized approach to your care. We look forward to serving you!
To see where the mobile treatment clinic will be, or to request the unit at your location click here.
What has brought ARCA to this point?
•Street outreach 2020 – ARCA provides BH services to local homeless shelters and camps
•Invitation from the leadership of the faith community
•Commitment from ARCA to increase access to care in N. City
•Frightening and unacceptable stats in African American Communities - 56% increase from Jan – June 2019 and 2020
•Scaled up telehealth operations due to COVID 19 Pandemic
•Work already being done in the community
•Commitment from the MO Department of Mental Health and 4 Grass Roots Organizations to fighting the opioid epidemic and behavioral health
•Mobile Treatment Clinic Pilot begins May 21
•Invitation from Jubilee Community Church and Dr. Bryan Moore to bring ARCA services on site
•ARCA Satellite clinic at Jubilee Community Church opens in October of 2021
"It truly was a great day Thursday. We are so pleased to be in partnership with ARCA and look forward to a long and mutually beneficial working relationship as we serve our neighborhood. The need is so great, but we will make progress as we work together in this challenge. Many, many people will be able to come out of the devastating control of these addictions and traumas into a much better place of growth and flourishing. Thank you SO MUCH for what you and your father and your team is doing at ARCA."