Making a difference — one patient, one family at a time
We offer individualized care and personalized treatment plans as well as weekly groups and individual sessions. At Sunflower Wellness Retreat you will find yourself being part of a community of committed people succeeding in recovery. Whether your addiction is alcohol, cocaine, prescription drugs, or something else, we are here to help. LEARN MORE
People and families can’t reach their potential when they bring substance abuse to the home with them. Together we can change that.The first step towards recovery is learning about addiction treatment, and we provide family addiction treatment options and programs for those need the help. LEARN MORE.
Alcohol Abuse Treatment
If you are living in Kansas City and trapped in the cycle of alcohol abuse, getting away for treatment could be your best solution.Sunflower Wellness Retreat is a quiet, safe serene environment that offers a comprehensive treatment program where individuals can heal and get back to a healthy, sober life. LEARN MORE.
Drug Addiction Treatment
We provide a residential facility open around the clock, every day of the year for individuals dealing with a drug abuse. People who have come to Sunflower Wellness Retreat have been treated with respect and concern. They have been given the opportunity to get well. LEARN MORE.
At Sunflower Wellness Retreat in Kansas City, we are equipped to address the various causes and effects of addiction. Through our intensive treatment methods, we can provide patients with the tools necessary in achieving sobriety, preventing relapse with addictive substances and improving virtually every area of health and wellness.
We have created a comprehensive approach to psychological treatment that will promote sobriety, restore health and significantly improve quality of life. We help people overcome and understand that addiction is an intensely powerful disease that is associated with life-threatening complications and effects. What’s more, there is no way to determine who will suffer from addiction to drugs or alcohol; the disease can affect individuals of all ages and from all different backgrounds, regardless of factors like sex, race or social standing.