Rehab Clinic + Suboxone Doctors in Paducah

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Paducah Treatment Options

Kentucky Inpatient Rehab

Kentucky Inpatient Rehab

Inpatient drug and alcohol treatment is when an individual resides at the facility, usually for around 30 days. It is the highest level of care and also the most likely to get and keep someone sober. First Time in Treatment Multiple Relapse Dual Diagnosis Chronic or Complex Dual Diagnosis Works for Alcohol Addiction Holistic Options Virtual Option App + Accountability Coach Insurance Accepted

Paducah Outpatient Clinic

Paducah Outpatient Clinic

IOP is ideal as a step-down after inpatient treatment when the issue is first noticed or after a recent relapse. You attend 10 hours of treatment per week, while you live at home or in sober living. First Time in Treatment Dual Diagnosis Works for Alcohol Addiction Virtual Option App + Accountability Coach Insurance Accepted

Paducah Suboxone Doctors

Paducah Suboxone Doctors

Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT) utilizes prescription medications to help you recover from addiction. Suboxone, which is designed to treat opioid addiction, satisfies cravings without getting you high. First Time in Treatment App + Accountability Coach Insurance Accepted

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Paducah 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.

Paducah Outpatient Services

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy at the Paducah clinic is intense, but not draining. It's constructive, not judgemental. And, it focuses on the issues behind drugs or alcohol like depression, anxiety, stress, trauma, and social isolation.

Sessions

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

Methods

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

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?

Skig B.

Skig B.

Journey Pure is a very comprehensive individualized treatment program. All of the therapists at the Paducah location are passionate about helping and I am enjoying the process of recovery.

Ashley J.

Ashley J.

I just celebrated 13 months of sobriety! Journey Pure helped me tremendously during early recovery! They are definitely a reason I’m still going strong.

Kevin C.

Kevin C.

I’ve been to other centers but this one really helped me through some of my darkest and hardest times. And, they don’t forget about you. They stay in touch which is awesome and makes me feel that they care.

Stephanie C.

Stephanie C.

This is the first and only treatment program I ever tried. I came to JourneyPure Paducah with 20 years of using under my belt, and now I am coming up on 2 years sober. The program literally saved my life.

Meet the McCracken County Rehab Clinic Team

You get an entire team in Paducah dedicated to helping you get back on track. Most have struggled with drugs or alcohol before too, so they understand the issues on a deeper level.

Ali Hutchison

Accountability Coach
  • Peer Support
  • 1 years in the field

Tim Byrum

LPC-MHSP, NCC
Clinical Director
  • Masters-Level
  • 5 years in the field

Emma Mattingly

LPCA
Primary Therapist
  • Masters-Level
  • 3 years in the field

Paducah Clinic FAQ

Everything you need to know about the Paducah IOP & Suboxone clinic.

How long is the Paducah program?

  • The IOP program here lasts from 6-8 weeks typically. Regular outpatient (OP) therapy can be continued if needed, which usually drops to just one appointment a week.
  • The MAT program (Suboxone Maintenance) typically lasts six months. The clinic works with you to develop a plan to taper off eventually. On a case-by-case basis, patients are in the program for more than a year.

What is the goal of the Paducah program?

  • Treatment here isn’t just about getting sober. It’s about building a life and mindset that makes you want to stay sober long-term.
  • You learn a variety of coping skills and are held accountable during the critical first 45-60 days, which is when the majority of relapses happen.

What if I have issues like trauma or anxiety too?

  • More than 70% of patients at this clinic deal with other mental health issues. The IOP program is needed to deal with these issues. Suboxone Maintenance is not enough.
  • The most common dual diagnoses here: Depression, Anxiety, PTSD / Trauma, Bipolar and disordered eating.
  • Other underlying issues here that require treatment but aren’t an official diagnosis: social isolation, low self-esteem, relationship/family conflict, anger management and stress management.
  • Underlying issues keep you trapped in the cycle of addiction. Treatment here treats these issues with the same level of focus as the drugs and alcohol.

Will anyone find out I'm going to the clinic?

  • Even though you’re making a super positive decision to get treatment, no one has to know.
  • Your privacy is protected by federal law. Your family and employer won’t be alerted, even if you give your insurance information.
  • It’s normal to be worried about being judged, but it’s much more likely that people judge you for being high, thinking you’re acting normal or being too hungover to show up. Remember, getting help is a good thing!

What is the city of Paducah doing about the opioid crisis?

  • The Drug and Vice Enforcement Unit (DAVE) is a branch of the Paducah Police Department that works to:
  • 1.) Seize narcotics from leaking into McCracken County and surrounding counties like Marshall County, Graves County, Carlisle County and Ballard County.
  • 2.) Participates in education around the community, partnering with health professionals to teach people the dangers of opioid abuse.
  • 3.) Provides resources for McCracken County Drug Court.
  • The McCracken County Drug Court presides over drug possession and drug-related cases to offer treatment as an alternative to incarceration. Several years ago, the court received a $1.2 million grant as a way to fight crime in the area.

Paducah Suboxone Clinic & IOP Program Location

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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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