Together, We Can Overcome Substance Abuse
Substance abuse is a serious problem facing our nation and our state. Sadly, most Kentuckians know someone (often a relative) who is dealing with drug addiction of one kind or another.
Sadder still, too many people have overdosed on prescription medications. In 2016, nearly 1,000 Kentuckians died from an overdose on opioids.
This is just one reason our team at Renew Recovery is working hard every day to help individuals and families to heal and to defeat their addictions. We have four locations — Crestview Hills, Georgetown, London, and Louisville — where you or someone you care about can get support, treatment, and personalized care to overcome the issues they are facing.
By working with us, you can get better. To get started, simply call us at 866-840-4719. You don’t have to do this alone.
Our Mission: Help, Hope, & Healing
At Renew Recovery, our client’s needs come first. Our treatments are built on a foundation of respect for everyone, along with providing effective and efficient services.
At each of our Kentucky rehabilitation centers, we emphasize the value of every individual and the importance of treating the disease of addiction. Compassion and kindness are the starting points for how we treat everyone who comes to our centers.
We make honesty, integrity, and fairness an integral part of our approach to treatment. We also trust the other members of our team to create and support the personalized plans for each of our clients.
Your Loved Ones Deserve Respect
It hurts to see someone you love struggling with a substance problem. You want the people you care about to be healthy, so they can live up to their potential.
We also understand that for many people breaking the cycle of addiction is more complicated than it may appear at first. Our dual diagnosis approach allows us to build comprehensive treatment plans for each person who signs up for our programs.
When a new client comes to us, they start with what we call our induction phase. This can take a few days. It’s the time when our professionals assess where your loved one is. Then, we can tailor a treatment plan for his or her needs.
That plan will likely include one-on-one counseling and group therapy sessions. It also may include medication that helps manage withdrawal symptoms. We also have clinicians who are trained to deal with a variety of mental health issues, which can contribute to addictive behaviors.
During the stabilization and maintenance phase, your loved one will continue her or his individual and group therapy along with any medication-based assistance. This will be followed by the medical tapering phase. This typically lasts three to six months, but it can take longer for some individuals. We don’t want to rush this. If your loved one needs more time, that is all right. Our focus is on long-term, lasting improvements.
Ask Us Any Questions You May Have
Many people experience tough moments on their journey to recovery. Even in those moments, the people who work at our Kentucky rehabilitation centers will be there to provide support. No matter how long your loved one’s journey takes, our counselors, physicians, and staff will be here to help.
We’ve seen the difference outpatient treatment has made in the lives of countless clients. We are confident that we can help your loved one, too.