You Can Help Someone Overcome the Disease of Addiction
It might be a coworker or direct report. Or someone you know from school who is suffering from alcohol or drug addiction. When you refer someone to us for treatment, they will receive individualized outpatient care to help them overcome the disease of addiction. Each of our four Kentucky outpatient facilities offers:
- Flexible appointment times that fit around our clients’ work, school, and home responsibilities.
- Weekly individual and group counseling sessions to help clients heal and cope.
- Medication therapy if needed, to ease withdrawals and cravings.
- Help for each client to regain their purpose and direction in life.
- Dual diagnosis psychiatric treatment available for underlying mental health disorders.
- Support even after treatment ends. We’re always available if a client relapses.
If you know someone who needs help beating addiction, have them call any of our locations today. Feel free to contact us yourself if you have questions or would like more information. Our staff will be glad to help.
Give Them the Chance at a Fulfilling & Productive New Life
When a new client trusts us for help in overcoming addiction, we immediately go to bat for them. Their first appointment and assessment will take three to five hours, depending on their unique situation. To get the best results during their initial treatment phase, they should arrive in a moderate state of withdrawal.
The client will meet with one of our certified clinicians, who will develop a personalized treatment plan that fits around their needs. Intensive counseling each week, including both individual and group therapy, will make a major impact on their treatment success. Psychiatric care is also available to treat mental illnesses such as anxiety, PTSD, depression, ADHD, bipolar disorder, and others.
Our physician may also prescribe medication such as Suboxone or Vivitrol to help them through the recovery process. Many reliable studies have shown that these medications reduce withdrawal symptoms and cravings, helping clients avoid relapses.
We will work with the client at the proper point in their recovery – usually after three to six months – to help them slowly reduce and eliminate the addiction medication. Sustained sobriety without medicine is our goal for each client.
If you know someone who needs help overcoming the disease of addiction, encourage them to call one of our four Kentucky treatment centers today. If you’d like more information or guidance, feel free to contact us yourself.