The Gibson Center works to bring every individual a new chance for a better life. We provide services to all people without regard to race, color, national origin, age, sex, or handicap. The Gibson Center is a non-profit corporation formed for the purpose of creating and operating needed substance use services. It operates under the statutes and regulations of the State of Missouri which governs organizations of this type.
The Gibson Center is a community agency in every sense. It is funded by contracts with the Missouri Department of Mental Health Division of Behavioral Health, Cape Girardeau County and Perry County Mill Tax, Missouri Foundation for Health, Department of Corrections, and Office of State Court Administrators. Most private insurances are accepted. Tax deductible donations from individuals, organizations, churches and companies are welcome. Help us Help Others. Your donations will be greatly appreciated.
The Gibson Center takes its name from Allie Gibson. Long before drug and alcohol treatment facilities were in operation, Allie and his wife would take alcoholics from the Scott City community into their home in an attempt to help them get their lives together. The Center had its beginning in 1979 as a Halfway House. With over 35 years of successful treatment service, the Center has grown to provide treatment to over 1600 people a year from the various communities in Southeast Missouri. On May 4, 1990, the present residential center with its 46 bed capacity was dedicated.
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