Community Treatment, Inc. (COMTREA)

COMTREA is a Certified Community Behavioral Health Organization and Federally Qualified Health Center


Join us on Saturday for Tunes and Trivia, Music Themed Trivia. 10 rounds of trivia at the Festus Elks Lodge Reception Hall. Doors open at 6PM and we can't wait to see you there!

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We are one week away from our annual Tunes and Trivia Music Themed Trivia!!!

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Time is running out to get your tickets for Tunes and Trivia Music Themed Trivia on Oct. 28th.

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Proceeds benefit Mary's House of Hope, Transitional Housing.

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10 Rounds of Trivia
Doors Open 6PM | First Question 7PM
$20 per ticket | $120 per table of 8
Beverages available for purchase (no outside beverages)
snacks permitted

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Join us on November 17th at 5PM for Designer Bag and Bling Bingo.
Doors open at 5PM at the Meramec Arnold Elks!

10 Bingo Rounds | Raffles | Food & Drink

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There are so many ways for you to be a sponsor for our Tunes and Trivia Musical Themed Trivia on October 28th. We have 4 Sponsorship opportunities or you could be a One-Hit Wonder and donate a themed raffle basket, assorted beverages, gift cards, etc.

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Come and join us for another great year of Tunes and Trivia, music themes trivia.
This year we will be rockin' out at the Festus Elks Lodge Reception Hall on October 28th!

You can sign up today by going to to purchase your tickets!

Learn more about the COMTREA and Compass Health Network merger and the services they provide by going to


Since we are new to town we wanted to introduce our selves. We are Compass health network and we have merged with your hometown heroes at COMTREA. But here is a little bit about us; Compass Health Network is a Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC) and a Certified Community Behavioral Health Organization (CCBHO) serving 45 counties across mid Missouri and growing with the COMTREA merger. Compass Health Network is the product of several merged entities with the founding agency being incorporated in 1975.

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Save the Date for our COMTREA FALL FESTIVAL!

There's a lot happening, A lot to celebrate and we want you there! We will be celebrating our 50 years of service to Jefferson County, The merger between COMTREA and Compass Health Network, and a preview of our newest location opening in 2024.

We will have local vendors and activities for the whole family to enjoy.
We will be featuring McKenna’s Sugar Time Bakery, The Braided Bakery, , and more!

We can't wait to see you there!


More than 8.6 million children in the United States receive primary care from a Community Health Center. National Health Center Week is the perfect time to engage your youngest patients as they prepare to return to school. From well-child checks to book drives, health centers can help children be healthy, strong, and empowered now and in the future.

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The incredible value Community Health Centers bring to their patients and communities is rooted in the diligent work of more than 270,000 staff and volunteers across the U.S. These individuals are deeply committed to the Community Health Center mission to provide high-quality healthcare services to all people, regardless of income or insurance status. Additionally, the Community Health Center workforce contributes to nearly $63 billion in economic activity generated in communities where health centers are located. We are grateful for Community Health Center staff and volunteers, today and every day!

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Thanks to a continuous emphasis on delivering patient-centered care that results in positive outcomes, Community Health Centers have received bipartisan political support for more than 50 years. And, while the Health Center Program originated at the federal level, widespread legislative support for Community Health Centers exists across state and local governments as well. Building a stronger, more sustainable Community Health Center movement is reliant on continuous engagement with stakeholders at all levels of policy. National Health Center Week presents the perfect opportunity to show appreciation for elected officials and their legislative staff.

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For the first time in history, Community Health Centers served more than 30 million patients in 2021. A legacy more than 60 years in the making, the Community Health Center movement began as a journey of building power among people within their unique communities. Today, Community Health Centers represent the largest network of primary care providers in America. Community Health Centers serve
1 in 11 people in the U.S. including:

1 in 9 children and adolescents
1 in 7 racial and ethnic minorities
1 in 6 Medicaid beneficiaries
1 in 5 uninsured persons
1 in 3 people in poverty

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In 1962, the Migrant Health Act was signed by President John F. Kennedy authorizing the delivery of primary and supplemental healthcare services to migrant farmworkers, resulting in the Migrant Health Center program. This landmark agreement sowed the seeds for what would later become the Community Health Center Program. Today, Community Health Centers serve more than 1 million migratory and seasonal agricultural workers, approximately 20% of the total estimated agricultural worker population in the United States.

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Although all Community Health Centers provide care to vulnerable people in their communities – including some experiencing homelessness – more than 200 organizations receive targeted funding from the Health Care for the Homeless (HCH) program to meet the needs of those living without stable housing. Collectively, Community Health Centers serve nearly 1.3 million individuals experiencing homelessness each year, a vast majority of whom seek care from HCH grantee organizations.

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We are a week away from our 18th annual CAC Golf Tournament and there is still plenty of time to be a sponsor for this amazing event! Your sponsorships are what keeps these programs up and running!

We can't wait to see you on the 11th!

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You may be wondering why did COMTREA Health Center merge with Compass Health Network?
COMTREA and Compass Health Network share a vision of improving the way health care needs are addressed by offering timely, high-quality, comprehensive care with an exceptional patient experience. This newly merged organization will offer patients a seamless experience across a full spectrum of primary care, dental and behavioral health programs. With our combined efforts, our goal is to make more services available to more patients within our communities.

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We are only a few weeks away from our 18th Annual CAC Golf Tournament.

We are once again so lucky to be hosting at Crystal Highlands Golf Course. Last year was such a great time and can't wait for what this year has in store!

Early bird special ends on July 29th so make sure you get your spot before the deal goes away!

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YOU still have time to be a sponsor for our annual CAC Rock N' Roll Bingo this Friday!

We have four different levels of sponsorship and your contributions are what help keep the CAC up and running for the children and families that need the support.

Choose your level of support and get your tickets for our Rockin' Event at

Photos from Community Treatment, Inc. (COMTREA)'s post 07/25/2023

The second annual Mental Health Summit was held Monday, July 17. The Mental Health Summit is geared towards attendees from the schools, law enforcement, Probation & Parole, and other agencies that are working collectively to break down the silos in the coordination and delivery of care in mental health.

We were honored to recognize Clint Johnston, former Superintendent of Jefferson R-VII school district. Clint Johnston lead the community call among providers for collaboration and coordination to more effectively serve the individuals and students in our county.

"Life isn't about surviving the storm, but how to dance in the rain."

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We can't wait to see you next week at our annual ROCK N' ROLL Bingo! This year we are bringing the party to St. Clair National Guard Armory.

There is still time to grab your tickets or if you can't make it think about being a sponsor!

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Photos from Community Treatment, Inc. (COMTREA)'s post 07/19/2023

We are so EXCITED to unveil our new Mobile Dental Unit!!!

We are going to bring Mobile Dentistry to all, here in Jefferson County!

Keep your eyes out for this Two Chair Mobile Dental Unit on the road and lets keep our teeth and oral health happy and healthy!

Learn more about Compass Dentistry and the services we offer at!


We are excited to share the news with you of our merger with Compass Health Network on July 1, 2023. This merger brings together the best of two excellent organization with expanded services, more access points for care and more support for your care team.
We share the same mission, values and commitment to delivering care with compassion, dignity and respect. We truly are stronger together. Like COMTREA, Compass is a Certified Community Behavioral Health Organization, Community Mental Health Center and a Federally Qualified Health Center. This merger will bring additional services to Jefferson County including a new integrated medical center in the Festus/Crystal City area, additional dental clinics, a Behavioral Health Crisis Center, additional access points for care and an inpatient substance use treatment location.

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It's time to celebrate the heavenly delight that is chocolate! On this World Chocolate Day, let's enjoy the sweetness while remembering to take care of our oral health too. So, go ahead, treat yourself to a delightful chocolatey moment on this World Chocolate Day! Just remember to be mindful, take care of your oral health, and stay connected with your dentist.

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Fireworks, barbecues, and good times with loved ones - it's time to celebrate 4th of July! But remember, safety should always be a priority. Here are some tips to ensure a fun and accident-free Fourth of July:

Safety First: If you plan to set off fireworks at home, follow local laws and regulations, and never allow children to handle fireworks. Keep a bucket of water nearby for emergencies and douse used fireworks before disposing of them.

Grilling Goodness: A sizzling barbecue is a Fourth of July classic. Make sure to grill outdoors in a well-ventilated area and away from flammable objects. Keep children and pets at a safe distance from the grill.

Stay Hydrated: With summer heat in full swing, it's crucial to stay hydrated. Encourage your little ones to drink water regularly, especially during outdoor activities.

Responsible Celebrations: If alcohol is part of your celebration, please drink responsibly. Designate a sober driver or use alternative transportation options if you plan on drinking.

Let's make this Fourth of July a memorable and safe one for everyone!

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📣 Celebrate Juneteenth! 🎉 This historic day holds immense significance for our nation. Juneteenth, also known as Freedom Day or Emancipation Day, commemorates the emancipation of enslaved African Americans in the United States. On June 19, 1865, Union soldiers arrived in Galveston, Texas, with the news that the Civil War had ended and that all enslaved individuals were now free. Juneteenth symbolizes the long-awaited realization of freedom and serves as a powerful reminder of the ongoing fight for equality and justice.

✊ Juneteenth is a vital opportunity for us to honor the resilience and contributions of African Americans throughout history. It is a time to reflect on the struggles faced by generations before us and recognize the progress we have made towards a more inclusive society. By celebrating Juneteenth, we acknowledge the importance of education, awareness, and dialogue surrounding the lasting impact of slavery and racial inequality. It is a day to come together, learn from one another, and take steps towards dismantling systemic barriers that continue to affect marginalized communities. Let us embrace this occasion to amplify Black voices, advocate for social change, and work towards a future where freedom and justice are truly experienced by all. Happy Juneteenth! 🌟


🎉 Happy Father's Day! 🎉

Today, we celebrate the incredible fathers who have made a profound impact on our lives. From the wise advice and unconditional love they give us, to the countless sacrifices they make, fathers truly hold a special place in our hearts. Let's take a moment to honor and appreciate these extraordinary individuals who have played an invaluable role in shaping who we are.

But today, let's not only celebrate the love and dedication of fathers. Let's also raise awareness about an equally important topic: men's health. While we cherish and admire the role fathers play, it's crucial to remember that taking care of their own health is essential for both themselves and their loved ones.

So, on this Father's Day, let's celebrate fathers and their unwavering love, while also promoting the importance of men's health. Let's encourage the fathers in our lives to prioritize their well-being, not just for themselves, but for the ones who cherish them dearly.💙🙌


June is Men's Health Month!

Let's break the stigma surrounding mental health in men. Join us this Men's Health Month as we promote open conversations, share stories, and encourage seeking help when needed. Together, we can foster a supportive community.
Take charge of your well-being and schedule a check-up at!

Photos from Community Treatment, Inc. (COMTREA)'s post 06/05/2023

May was Mental Health Awareness Month and we all know that our mental health is something we shouldn't take lightly. One way to cope and work through mental illness is through Art Therapy. Art Therapy harnesses the power of creativity to promote emotional well-being, self-expression, and personal growth. With this being said, this MHAH we challenged our employees to share their art and showcase their skills. Here are the amazing submissions we received from our staff and we wanted to share it with you all, our COMTREA Familytrea. Enjoy!

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🍩👩‍⚕️ It's National Donut Day! 🎉🍩

Today, we celebrate the delightful joy that donuts bring to our taste buds. 🙌 But remember, moderation is key! It's perfectly okay to indulge in sweet treats, but let's not forget the importance of our health. 💙

While you savor that delicious donut, make sure to schedule regular check-ups with your primary care doctor and dentist. 🩺🦷 They're the superheroes who help us maintain our well-being and keep our smiles shining bright.

Regular health check-ups help identify potential issues early on, allowing for prompt intervention and prevention. So, alongside satisfying your sweet tooth, take the time to prioritize your overall health. 🌟

Remember, a balanced approach to life means enjoying the little pleasures while taking care of ourselves. So go ahead, savor that donut guilt-free, but also remember to make those important appointments to keep your health on track. Contact for more information.


June is Oral Health Month and COMTREA is dedicated to your oral health. Remember, oral health is not just about having a beautiful smile but also about preventing gum disease, cavities, and other dental problems. By adopting these simple habits and teaching them to children, we can ensure good oral health for ourselves and our families. Let's make this Oral Health Month a time to prioritize our dental care and promote healthy smiles for a lifetime.

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and to read more about how to take care of your oral health check out our latest article on oral health month


Losing a loved one to mental health issues can leave families devastated and heartbroken. This , let’s honor the memories of those we have lost and prevent others from managing their mental health challenges alone.

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This Mental Health Awareness Month, we want to recognize and support our Tribal youths. We see you, we hear you, and we support you on your journey to mental health and wellness. There’s help if you need it. Call, text, or chat 988. You are not alone.

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Comtrea to Merge with Compass Health Network - My Mo Info 05/19/2023

Check out this great article from KJFF Radio about our upcoming changes!

Comtrea to Merge with Compass Health Network - My Mo Info (FESTUS) Comtrea, a community mental health center based in Festus will merge with Compass Health Network...


Tune in to AM 1400 JKFF on Monday at 10:30AM for a very special Live Interview with COMTREA's CEO, Sue Curfman . As we announced yesterday, COMTREA will be Merging with Compass Health Network and we know you are excited to hear more about this amazing opportunity!

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Compass Health Network - Home Page 05/17/2023

Jefferson City, MO; May 17, 2023

Comtrea to Merge with Compass Health Network
Effective July 1, 2023, Community Treatment Incorporated (Comtrea) will merge with Compass Health Inc. (Compass Health Network). After integrating under the unified banner of Compass Health Network, the agencies plan to serve an estimated 120,000 people annually, with a combined workforce of over 4,200.

Comtrea was established in 1973, to support a halfway house and has evolved into a Community Mental Health Center/Federally Qualified Health Center providing primary care, dental services, mental health, domestic violence services, children’s advocacy centers, and substance use treatment. In reference to the upcoming merger, Sue Curfman, President and CEO of Comtrea, “The need for more comprehensive health care and greater access to mental health services, substance use treatment, dental services and primary care has never been greater. This merger delivers on this need with expansion of current and new services, investments in our county and an expanded workforce. We share the same mission, values and commitment to delivering care with compassion, dignity and respect. We truly are stronger together.”

Compass Health Network is a large integrated provider of behavioral health, primary care, and dental services. In addition to being a Certified Community Behavioral Health Organization and Community Mental Health Center, Compass is a Federally Qualified Health Center. This past year, Compass became one of Missouri’s 988 crisis call centers and now operates four behavioral health crisis centers and Royal Oaks Psychiatric Hospital. “This merger will bring additional services to Jefferson County and improve access to care. Within the next year, additional locations for consumers to receive services will be launched. Compass’ efforts as a center of excellence in integrated healthcare will be expanded with the addition of the Comtrea team.” said Tim Swinfard, CEO of Compass.

Plans are in place to assure a smooth transition for both Comtrea staff and patients. Officials from both organizations want to reassure all those served by Comtrea that they will continue to receive the excellent care to which they are accustomed during and after the merger process.

Visit Compass Health Network’s website at for information about current services, service locations and providers.

Contact Person: Katrina McDonald
Company: Compass Health Network
Address: 111 Mexico Court, St. Peters, MO 63376
Phone: 636.332.8353
Email: [email protected]

Compass Health Network - Home Page Compass Health Network is a federally qualified health center and a nonprofit health care organization that provides, behavioral health services and supports, primary, and dental health services.


COMTREA is here for YOU. We are fighting mental illness with YOU in mind for the last 50 years. COMTREA works to have mental health care available for all ages through multiple programs. Reach out today to speak with someone about getting you or a loved one the care you deserve.


We are so excited for today! Today is the day that YOU have the power to support your local Community Health Centers by donating at and selecting donate! Any level of support that you provide is enough to change someone's life.


Tomorrow is GIVE STL DAY! But what is Give STL Day? Give STL Day brings the region together as one community, raising money and awareness for over one thousand local nonprofits in 13 St. Louis metropolitan and surrounding areas, including some Illinois counties. In addition to being a resource for donors across the St. Louis region, the initiative amplifies donations during an online giving day in May.
This Year we are asking our community for support when it comes to all of services we offer at COMTREA.

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