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Kentucky Inpatient

Kentucky Inpatient

– Stay at the facility – Higher success rates – 24-hour medical & emotional support – Around 30 days – No distractions First Time in Treatment Multiple Relapse Dual Diagnosis Chronic or Complex Dual Diagnosis Works for Alcohol Addiction Holistic Options App + Accountability Coach Insurance Accepted

Louisville Outpatient

Louisville Outpatient

– Stay at home, go to treatment during the day – Lower commitment – Around 10 hours a week – 6-12 weeks – Live sober in the “real world” First Time in Treatment Dual Diagnosis Works for Alcohol Addiction App + Accountability Coach Insurance Accepted

Louisville Suboxone

Louisville Suboxone

– Check-in with a doctor to get prescriptions – Lowest commitment – 1-4 visits per month – 3-12+ months – Opioids Only 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.

Louisville 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

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Louisville Clinic Outpatient and Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)

Your personalized treatment plan combines the therapies you need to feel happy again long-term, guided by American Society of Addiction Medicine (ASAM) standards. Some people need antidepressants, others need couples therapy.

Sessions

  • GROUP THERAPY
  • INDIVIDUAL THERAPY
  • MEDICATION EVALUATIONS
  • LIFE COACHING

Methods

  • CBT & DBT PSYCHOTHERAPY
  • TRAUMA-INFORMED CARE
  • MOTIVATIONAL INTERVIEWING
  • RELAPSE PREVENTION

Medications

  • ANTICRAVINGS
  • ALCOHOL-SPECIFIC
  • OPIATE-SPECIFIC
  • UNDERLYING ISSUES

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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?

Louisville IOP Program Questions

The real question is...are you ready to try something different? Here are some answers to help you feel more comfortable saying yes to reaching out.

Can't I just get sober on my own?

  • If you’re reading this page, you’ve already tried to get sober on your own. Drugs and alcohol hijack our brains in a way that makes it impossible to “just stop.”
  • Get a variety of coping skills – There’s no one thing that someone can say or teach to keep everyone healthy long-term. Instead, get exposed to all evidence-based methods, so you’re able to stay healthy as life happens and changes.
  • Be held accountable – Good intentions or even days of sobriety isn’t the same as creating a lifestyle and support network where sobriety comes naturally. We’re too used to hiding or lying to the people in our life, and that only makes us feel worse.
  • Underlying issues hold you back – Issues like depression, anxiety, stress, relationship conflict and past trauma will keep you locked in the cycle until properly diagnosed and treated too.
  • It’s OK to get help. And, you can do it right here in Louisville.

What is the Louisville clinic schedule?

  • IOP Program The average person spends 4-6 weeks with the Louisville IOP team, with options to continue one appointment a week (pending availability).
  • Group therapy – usually 3 times per week, held Monday through Thursday with morning, evening and virtual options
  • Medical doctor appointments – as needed for physical issues and medications
  • One-on-one counseling – usually weekly at your convenience
  • Continued accountability coaching – regular calls from a Certified Peer Recovery Specialist (CPRS) during and for one year after you graduate from the Louisville program
  • Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT) Program You can participate in MAT (Suboxone / Buprenorphine Maintenance) in conjunction or as a stand-alone program. This program involves medical appointments that decrease in frequency over time.
  • Month 1: Weekly
  • Month 2: Bi-weekly
  • Month 3+: Monthly
  • Usually, we work with you on a plan to taper off Suboxone within one year, but longer-term patients are allowed on a case-by-case basis.

Is outpatient treatment the right fit for me?

  • Honestly, most people in addiction need inpatient rehab. The success rates are higher. But…outpatient is ideal if:
  • The problem was just noticed.
  • There was a recent relapse after months or years of sobriety.
  • You’re transitioning from inpatient rehab back to the “real world.” If you don’t meet the criteria:
  • Unless outpatient would be dangerous because of the extent of the addiction, people that don’t meet the criteria are still allowed to enroll in outpatient.
  • It’s much better than doing nothing.
  • Even though you might not “want” to, consider rehab.
  • Find a drug and alcohol rehab in Kentucky.

What about my family and work obligations?

  • Your family and your work want you sober – able to be present and happy.
  • IOP and Suboxone Maintenance programs work around your schedule, so you can keep your job and your home life.
  • You already know that your stability is the priority right now. It’s worth figuring out how you can show up to your appointments, and keep showing up.

How bad is the addiction problem in Louisville?

  • Drug overdose deaths increased 89% in Louisville in 2020 versus 2019, driven by the opioid Fentanyl. Fentanyl is found in more drug tests in Kentucky than in any other state. And, Jefferson County has the highest opioid abuse rates in the state.
  • The binge-drinking rate and the percent of drinking deaths that involve alcohol is higher for Jefferson county than the rest of the Kentucky.
  • So…the addiction problem is in Jefferson County, but you can get help right here in Louisville.

Outpatient Rehab Near Me Now in Louisville

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JourneyPure Albany

JourneyPure Albany – Res
731 Burkesville Rd; Albany, KY 42602

JourneyPure Bowling Green

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

Bowling Green OP Clinic

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

Elizabethtown OP Clinic

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

Lexington OP Clinic

Lexington, KY – OP
1401 Nicholasville Road Lexington, KY 40503
(844) 819-1377

Louisville Outpatient Clinic

Louisville, KY – OP
3430 Newburg Rd Suite 158 Louisville, KY 40218
(502) 804-2751

Paducah OP Clinic

Paducah, KY – OP
2500 Holt Road Paducah, KY 42001
(270) 201-5141

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