Known as the "Show Me State", Missouri also shows that it is well-equipped in handling the addiction treatment needs of individuals with substance problems who can't afford the cost of treatment. Free programs sponsored by the state allow homeless people and low-income workers to benefit from the same offering of services that are featured at high-priced drug rehab facilities. Participants and residents go through a withdrawal process before the implementation of therapy. While medications suppress the cravings associated with substance abuse, behavioral counseling makes the user more cognizant of the triggers that can lead to a relapse. Free programs are featured in such cities as Kansas City, St. Louis and Springfield.