Community Partners & Resources

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The El Dorado Police Department is proud to partner with community organizations to better serve the citizens. Our goal is to bridge a gap when it comes to what resources are available by helping to inform and educate the public.

  1. Drug Resources
  2. Mental Health Resources
  3. Housing Assistance

Misery is Optional Narcotics Anonymous
A program of Narcotics Anonymous that meets at 7:30 p.m. Monday and Tuesday; noon Wednesday; and 7:30 p.m. Thursday and Friday at 421 W. Central Ave., El Dorado. Contacts: Janie - 785-418-7825; Retta - 316-339-9537; Cec - 620-726-5221; Aaron - 316-435-2286; or Steve - 316-312-3410.
Specializing in connecting people with the resources and tools they need to recover from opioid addiction.
Providing information for people at any stage of their recovery journey, including info on different types of therapy/recovery options, warning signs, how to talk to a family member, definitions of different types of treatment and a local treatment center directory. 
Providing the most complete list of free, low-cost, sliding scale, and low-income assisted rehab lists on the Internet.  
A network of addiction treatment facilities that provide drug and alcohol detox, support, and comprehensive substance abuse treatment services to the individuals and families struggling with addictions.
Helping people find local AA meetings and providing resources for alcohol addiction. 

Substance Use Prevention Education
SUPE offers a printable and online guide to recognize signs of overdose and administer Naloxone/Narcan to help first responders and family members of people on opioids.

Detox Rehabs
Recovery experts provide resources and relevant information for individuals and families struggling with substance abuse with this guide.

Start Your Recovery
A comprehensive directory of support resources in Kansas.

Parents' Guide to Fentanyl
This comprehensive guide equips parents with valuable information, including tips, warning signs, and helpful videos/articles. It empowers parents to protect their children from the dangers of fentanyl and make informed decisions regarding substance use.

Protecting Children From Online Drug Dealers
This resource provides essential tools to safeguard children, including the "Emoji code" to identify online drug dealing, insights into the dark web, and other online safety measures.

Addiction Resource
A comprehensive list of the best detox, alcohol, and addiction centers in Kansas.

Sleep and Addiction Recovery
A comprehensive guide Sleep And Addiction Recovery: How Good Sleep Habits Can Improve Recovery Outcomes about the importance of sleep on our: emotional, physical, and cognitive functions.

  1. Family Assistance
  2. Food and Clothing Pantries

Pregnancy and Family Resource Center

The Pregnancy and Family Resource Center is here with options, support, and resources while sharing the love and compassion of Christ with those facing pregnancy and parenting choices. They offer free pregnancy tests, iParenting class, as well as information for the guys.

Hours: 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday-Wednesday; 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. (after 5 p.m. by appt. only) Thursday
Location: 226 S. Main St.
Phone: 316-322-0070

The SafeHouse - Family Life Center of Butler County

Safe and confidential shelter for victims of domestic or sexual violence and their children. They offer advocacy for clients, court, police response, and sexual assault. Various support groups and community education are offered, including support groups for adults and youth, financial management and more. 

24-Hour Hotline: 316-321-7104 or 1-800-870-6967

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