Turn Your Life Around With Alcohol & Drug Therapy in Louisville

You don’t have to remain a slave to addiction. If you’re searching for alcohol and drug therapy in Louisville, we offer patient-centered, outpatient treatment designed to help you get your life back on track. Renew Recovery clients benefit from:

  • A customized plan created just for you. We don’t believe in a “cookie-cutter” approach to recovery.
  • An experienced team of physicians, counselors, and staff who treats each client with kindness and compassion.
  • A clean, modern facility in a professional medical plaza with easy access to major roads.
  • Outpatient addiction therapy that allows you to continue working and living at home while receiving treatment.

Take the first step toward a new you. Call 502-208-2944 to speak with a member of our friendly staff.

Be Whole Again With Our Accredited Addiction Treatment

Whether your addiction involves alcohol, drugs, or a combination of both, Renew Recovery can help. Our goal for each client is healing for their mind, body, and spirit. We will walk with you each step during recovery so you can repair addiction’s damage and rebuild your life.

At your intake session, we will develop a treatment plan to get you started on the path to recovery. You will be paired with a counselor who will work to gain your trust and cooperation. Our team will customize the balance of one-on-one counseling to group counseling based on your situation.

Depending on your addiction and your needs, you may also receive a prescription for specialized medication at this appointment. This medication will help eliminate your withdrawal symptoms and cravings. It will make the initial phase of your outpatient treatment more manageable.

Begin restoring balance to your life today. Call our clinic at 502-208-2944 to make an appointment for alcohol and drug therapy in Louisville.

Overcome Your Struggle with Addiction Today

Our physicians, licensed therapist, counselors, and staff are here to provide you with the tools necessary to discover long term sobriety.