Behind every addiction is a story.

Somewhere in our community, a man is struggling to get his life back. A life free of alcohol and drugs. A life free of the pain and destruction that shadows his addiction.


Thankfully, there’s a place called Welcome House – a place that for nearly 50 years has helped men in Kansas City write new chapters of recovery, hope and miracles in their lives.


Through evidence-based practices in rehabilitation and a holistic approach unique to each resident, Welcome House changes lives for the better. The reach of our program extends beyond just the men challenged by addiction, but impacts the lives of their families and loved ones as well.

Recovery Programs

Ensuring resident, employee, and volunteer health and safety during COVID-19 pandemic.

Welcome House is committed to responding to our residents’ and their loved ones’ concerns during this anxious time. Our residential facility remains open, however admission of new residents is temporarily suspended in response to the city’s stay-at-home order commencing March 24th and lasting at least 30 days.  

You can learn more about our measures to safeguard the health of residents, staff, volunteers, and greater community on our Residency page via the following link.

About Welcome House 

Welcome House is a residential, not-for-profit, sober living recovery provider. Our sole purpose is to educate, rehabilitate and support the adult male alcoholic/addict, empowering his potential to postively contribute to society; to live a healthy, productive life free of alcohol and drug use.
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Core Recovery Program 

The programs at Welcome House are evidence-based, focusing on responsibility and personal accountability. Recovery and rehabilitative plans are unique to each individual and emphasize building supportive relationships in the recovery community.
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Donate or Volunteer

A caring and generous community helps sustain the hope-filled mission of Welcome House by sharing their time, talents and resources. We are grateful for the many ways individuals, businesses and organizations support our work.
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