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Your Options in Bowling Green

Inpatient Rehab

Inpatient Rehab

On-campus treatment with 24/7 care. First Time in Treatment Multiple Relapse Dual Diagnosis Chronic or Complex Dual Diagnosis Works for Alcohol Addiction Holistic Options App + Accountability Coach Insurance Accepted

Outpatient Program

Outpatient Program

Treatment 3-4 days a week while you live at home. First Time in Treatment Dual Diagnosis Works for Alcohol Addiction Virtual Option App + Accountability Coach Insurance Accepted

Suboxone Doctors

Suboxone Doctors

Longer-term Suboxone medication maintenance. First Time in Treatment App + Accountability Coach Insurance Accepted

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Yes, Treatment Here is In-Network

This means any cost to you is as low as possible.

Bowling Green Clinic Highlights

Works with your schedule

Convenient morning, evening and virtual appointments

95% satisfaction rating

And, success rates 2x higher than the national average

A Treatment Team That Actually Cares

Attack clinical, brain and life issues with a comprehensive team of experts that are in recovery too

In-network with almost every insurance

So any cost to you is as low as possible

Have us call you

Enter your phone number and get a call usually within 5 minutes.

Traditional Outpatient and IOP in Bowling Green, Kentucky

Whether you come to Bowling Green outpatient or IOP after rehab, as your first treatment or after a relapse, the program works. Treatment here focuses on what hides behind the drugs and alcohol, like depression, trauma, social isolation, family conflict or self-esteem issues - so you can actually feel happy again.







Take the First Step to a Healthier You


You’re 2x as Likely to Get Better Here

At JourneyPure, 84% of people stay sober.
Compare that to only 40% at other rehabs (according to the National Institute on Drug Abuse). Why?

Jason A.

Jason A.

After a year of consideration, I knew it was time to get help for my alcohol addiction. Journey Pure treated me with love and respect. They helped me deal with cravings and underlying issues.

Jared S.

Jared S.

All the staff in Bowling Green are amazing and treats you like family rather than a patient. You will not regret getting the help you deserve and the happiness that comes with it.

Brian M.

Brian M.

The staff are caring...and nonjudgemental and most are in recovery themselves so they know where we've been and what we are going through.

Lauren M.

Lauren M.

The staff was so down to earth and genuinely cared. I never felt out of place, embarrassed, and quite honestly I didn’t want to stop when my time was up. Thank you for saving my life AND helping me bring my family back together.

Bowling Green IOP Program & Suboxone Clinic FAQ

Don't let uncertainty hold you back. If you have more specific questions, just call. It's not scary or annoying. You'll feel better after you talk to someone who understands and can give first-hand advice.

What is the Bowling Green schedule?

  • IOP program in Bowling Green runs Monday – Friday with morning and night options. Because the major benefit of outpatient is the ability to work around job or family obligations, you have flexibility with the schedule and can choose from virtual or in-person options. Appointments are being scheduled as you look at your calendar, so no excuses.

Do most people start IOP after rehab?

  • Nearly 60% of people come to our IOP after attending one of our inpatient rehabs as part of their plan for continued care. Not surprising because:
  • The JourneyPure Bowling Green inpatient rehab is down the street
  • For those with insurance, IOP treatment is usually completely covered after rehab. There’s no reason not to go!
  • That said, the other 40% of people in the program have all kinds of backgrounds. For some, IOP here is their first (and only) treatment experience. Therapists here meet you where you’re at and help you get where you want to go.

Is there an opiate crisis in Bowling Green?

  • The latest data in Kentucky shows that:
  • There was a 22% increase in drug overdose-related deaths from 2019 to 2020.
  • Since the pandemic began, this is the largest increase of deaths that Kentucky has experienced since January 2015.
  • Warren County has even sued drug pharmacies and distributors for instigating the current opioid pandemic.
  • The city of Bowling Green schedules “Take Back Days” to keep unused and expired prescription addictive medications away from any abuse.
  • Bowling Green officials realize there is a serious drug problem in our community, especially with heroin and fentanyl. JourneyPure works closely with the Warren Drug Court Program, the Warren County Regional Jail and Kentucky Medicaid to get each person the care they need to stay sober long-term.

How do I enroll in the Bowling Green clinic?

  • 1. Most people ensure their insurance policy covers treatment before enrolling. The answer is almost always yes, but check your insurance online or call with your insurance card to get specific answers.
  • 2. You will get a call or text to schedule your initial assessment with a therapist. This is usually done virtually over Zoom. The therapist gets to know you and evaluates whether this program will be able to help you.
  • 3. You can start group therapy sessions the same day as your initial assessment and schedule any medical and individual therapy appointments as needed.

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2349 Russellville Rd Bowling Green, KY 42101
(270) 282-8280

Bowling Green OP Clinic

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1901 Scottsville Rd Bowling Green, KY 42104
(888) 862-5018

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400 Ring Rd. Suite 155 Elizabethtown, KY 42701
(502) 833-7022

Lexington OP Clinic

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(844) 819-1377

Louisville Outpatient Clinic

Louisville, KY – OP
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(502) 804-2751

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(270) 201-5141

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