Medical 

Detoxification

Given the current overdose crisis, and the proliferation of Fentanyl and the high likelihood of relapse other forms of treatment for opioids and opioid use disorder have been shown to better reduce the likelihood of mortality. 

Baptist Health

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Baptist Health has a variety of programs, both in Richmond and Corbin. An individual can be assessed by the Emergency Department at Baptist Health in Richmond, and then have the option of being transferred to the Trillium Center in Corbin for medical detox. Both sites offer Intensive Outpatient (IOP) and Outpatient substance abuse treatment.

 

ADDRESS: 801 Eastern Bypass, Richmond KY 40475

PHONE: 859-623-3131

OFFICE HOURS: assessments conducted 24/7 in Emergency Department

FEES: Medicaid, most insurance accepted 

SPECIFIC POPULATIONS SERVED: Men and women over the age of 18 Pregnant women are referred elsewhere after assessment

 

ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS: Emergency need for detoxification Substance use disorder Over the age of 18

 

PHILOSPHY: Integrative, Multi-Disciplinary

 

STRATEGIES: medical detox (Corbin), addiction education, 12-step meetings, individual and group counseling

 

SMOKING POLICY: No smoking inside facilities; designated smoking area outside

 

TYPICAL WAITING LIST: inpatient detox / IOP: none; Outpatient: 2-3 weeks

TYPICAL LENGTH OF TREATMENT STAY: inpatient detox: 3 days

The Ridge- Behavioral Health System 

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The Ridge Behavioral Health System is accredited by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Health Care Organizations as a 110-bed hospital providing medical detoxification and other substance abuse services, including an Intensive Outpatient program and a Partial Hospitalization program.

 

ADDRESS: 23050 Rio Dosa Dr, Lexington KY 40509

PHONE: 859-269-2325

OFFICE HOURS: in-person assessments conducted 24/7

FEES: accepts Medicaid (for outpatient only), most insurance plans and private pay 

SPECIFIC POPULATIONS SERVED: Serves Everyone

 

ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS: These are determined during initial screening

 

PHILOSPHY: Integrative, multi-disciplinary treatment

 

STRATEGIES: individual and group therapy, 12-step meetings, psychoeducational courses, relapse prevention, family education

 

SMOKING POLICY: smoking in designated areas only

 

TYPICAL WAITING LIST: Detoxification: none; Inpatient: minimal; IOP / Sober Living: 2-4 weeks

TYPICAL LENGTH OF TREATMENT STAY: Detoxification: 5 days; Inpatient: 28 days; IOP / Sober Living: 2-4 weeks.

New Vision for Expectant Mothers

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New Vision for Expectant Mothers at Norton Women’s and Children’s Hospital in Louisville specializes in treatment for pregnant women.

 

ADDRESS: 4001 Dutchmans Lane, Louisville KY 40207

PHONE: 502-559-4375

OFFICE HOURS: phone assessments conducted 24/7

FEES: accepts Medicaid and most insurance plans; call for more information

SPECIFIC POPULATIONS SERVED: Exclusively Pregnant Women

 

ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS: Women are screened by a clinician to determine eligibility and level of service needed

 

PHILOSPHY: Medical detoxification

 

STRATEGIES: medical detoxification, discharge planning

 

SMOKING POLICY: No smoking inside facilities; designated smoking area outside

 

TYPICAL WAITING LIST: Minimal

TYPICAL LENGTH OF TREATMENT STAY: 2-5 days