Madison County

Substance-Use Disorder

 Resource Guide 

Below you will find resources to treatment, prevention and recovery. We want to provide you and your family with the best supports in addressing substance use and substance use disorder. We have included resources available to those in Madison County and surrounding areas.

 

Community Support and Mutual Aid Meetings are an integral part of the recovery process for many individuals with SUD/OUD. Click below to explore the many options available right here in Madison County. These include both virtual and in-person meetings. 

 

MOUD (also known as Medication Assisted Treatment) is the gold standard for the treatment of Opioid Use Disorder. With physician guidance medications are used to support the recovery process

Part-time programs, allowing the individual more flexibility to fulfill other life commitments. These sessions focus on education, individual and group counseling, and teaching people additional coping mechanisms

Residential recovery centers are organizations that are developed to help individuals recovering from substance use disorders, and are generally staff by peers with lived experience 

Treatment programs used to address addictions and other dependencies that do not require detoxification or round-the-clock supervision

Live-in health care facilities providing therapy for Substances-Use Disorder (SUD) and Opioid-Use Disorders (OUD)

Ridding the body of toxic addictive substances under the supervision of licensed medical professional teams

Have you been Impacted by Overdose?

If you have lost someone, you are not alone and there is help available. Follow the links below for resources available to help if you have been impacted by overdose. 

 

Click here to visit the GRASP website- Grief Recovery After Substance Passing (GRASP) was created to offer understanding, compassion, and support for those who have lost someone they love through addiction and overdose. 

Click here to visit the Broken No More website- Broken No More is an organization formed by families and friends of those suffering from a drug disorder (addiction). 

 

If your loved one had an overdose scare, but was revived, you can find useful information about which strategies are working to prevent overdose below. 

Click here to see information about strategies that working to prevent overdose.

Click here to see what we have learned about the nature of addiction. 

Click here to see what we have learned about the nature of recovery. 

 

Soup Kitchen

Many times lack of basic needs makes focusing on your recovery much more difficult. Take a look at some of the resources and services available right here in Madison County to help you get those needs met. 

Are you Struggling with Substance Use Disorder?

Click this link to see if you believe you might meet the criteria for Substance Use Disorder.

 

There are many pathways to recovery, and recovery has many facets. During an overdose crisis, the safest way to deal with a Substance Use Disorder is by using Medication for Opioid Use Disorder prescribed by a physician. This method has been shown to work best in combination with various forms of therapy and other social supports. Many of the resources available in our county can be found on this website. If you are not ready for treatment or have struggled to access it, keep yourself safe in the meantime by accessing sterile syringes if you inject and always carry naloxone. 

 

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Are you Struggling with Substance Use Disorder?

Click this link to see if you believe you might meet the criteria for Substance Use Disorder.

 

There are many pathways to recovery, and recovery has many facets. During an overdose crisis, the safest way to deal with a Substance Use Disorder is by using Medication for Opioid Use Disorder prescribed by a physician. This method has been shown to work best in combination with various forms of therapy and other social supports. Many of the resources available in our county can be found on this website. If you are not ready for treatment or have struggled to access it, keep yourself safe in the meantime by accessing sterile syringes if you inject and always carry naloxone. 

 

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Contact Us

Madison Opioid Response and Empowerment

311 Spangler Drive, Richmond KY 40475

(859) 624-2046 ext. 1133

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