We’ll Walk With You Through Your Addiction Recovery
When you reach out to us for addiction recovery, we go to work. Using proven outpatient treatment strategies, we approach addiction like any other disease. It isn’t a moral failure but an illness that can be successfully treated. Our experienced clinicians and staff will:
- Show you respect, kindness, and compassion at all times. Each client receives genuine empathy because we understand how difficult the addiction battle is.
- Map out an individual treatment plan for your recovery. We don’t use a “cookie-cutter” approach here.
- Provide comprehensive care to help heal all of you – body, mind, and spirit.
- Stand beside you each step of the way. We won’t turn our back on you if you truly want to beat addiction – even if you relapse.
Addiction doesn’t have to win. We have dedicated teams ready to help at four locations across Kentucky. Call us today to take the first step toward your recovery.
Heal From Addiction Through Individualized Treatment
Overcoming addiction isn’t easy, but it is certainly possible. With your commitment to success, Renew Recovery makes it possible to chart a new course for your life. With personalized outpatient treatment, each day can be better than the one before.
Your initial appointment will last between three and five hours, depending on your individual situation. Our team of clinicians will first perform a thorough assessment of your needs. Then we’ll develop your unique treatment plan so you can begin the addiction recovery process.
You’ll be paired with a counselor who has the training and experience that are best for your needs. Throughout your treatment, intensive counseling will be the backbone of your recovery. Individual therapy each week will give you the understanding and tools needed to create a rewarding new life. Weekly group counseling sessions will provide you a community of other clients who understand your struggle with addiction and can offer encouragement when needed.
Our doctors will determine if special medication like Suboxone or Vivitrol will help you during the withdrawal process. Some clients recover from addiction by committing to abstinence, while others need the help of medication-assisted treatment (MAT). Scientific studies have shown that these medicines reduce the symptoms of withdrawal and cravings, helping make recovery possible. At the proper time, usually after three to six months, we will help you slowly stop taking this medication.
If you need psychiatric treatment along with addiction therapy, our doctors can help. We treat a variety of mental disorders, including anxiety, depression, bipolar disorder, ADHD, and PTSD.
Addiction recovery can be your reality. Let us help. Call any of our four Kentucky locations today to begin your journey back to wholeness: