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      Find An Addiction Rehab In Kentucky Today

      It is imperative that you call now for a free confidential assessment for drug & alcohol rehab centers in Kentucky. We are professionals who can help get you or a loved in the right facility depending upon your needs don't wait, call now!

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      The path to recovery and sobriety takes many forms, but treatment is often the first step towards healing. Treatment is not a “quick-fix”—it’s a learning process, in which recovering people learn how to cope with life without substances.

      Among the almost 350 treatment facilities in Kentucky, a smaller portion are inpatient facilities, but this level of treatment can be important in establishing a solid foundation in recovery. At an inpatient rehab, you or your loved one will be a resident of the facility for anywhere from 30 days to several months. Clients have access to round-the-clock care, intensive therapy every day, and are safely separated from possible temptations in their home environment.

      After inpatient treatment—or, in some cases, as an alternative to inpatient—many people attend an outpatient facility. Clients attend outpatient treatment during scheduled daytime hours and are released afterward to manage their home, work, and family responsibilities. This is a helpful way to bolster recovery early in the first year, and often is crucial for people recovering from opioid dependence and participating in medication-assisted treatment.

      Many rehabs also have specialties, catered to certain groups. Some facilities conduct groups tailored to specific genders, ages, and past experiences—like trauma, involvement in the criminal justice system, or participation in the military. Because addiction is often accompanied by underlying conditions, there are also dual diagnosis rehabs, which assesses clients’ mental health issues and treats them alongside substance abuse.

      As you explore rehab options in Kentucky, be sure to ask about their payment options. Almost all facilities will accept cash or self-payment, but each facility will vary in terms of accepted insurance plans. Some accept private health insurance, others accept Medicare or Medicaid, and almost half of Kentucky’s facilities will accommodate clients who cannot afford treatment.

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      From 2015 to 2016, overdose deaths in Kentucky increased by almost 20%—rising from 1,071 annual deaths to 1,248. Among these deaths, heroin was involved in at least 28% of them, and fentanyl (both alone and combined with heroin) was involved in 34% of all deaths. Oxycodone and hydrocodone also contributed to large portions of Kentucky’s overdose deaths.

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      Finding the right help for yourself or a loved one can be an overwhelming and stressful process. If you are feeling overwhelmed, please feel free to call our sponsored hotline. Start the road to recovery today!

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      Kentucky—Fighting the Opioid Epidemic with Prevention and Treatment

      While the opioid epidemic is often considered a problem of younger generations, the largest demographic affected by these deaths in Kentucky were people age 45 to 54. State officials have worked to limit opioid prescriptions with drug take-back and prescription monitoring programs, but still struggles to fight the spread of the cheaper and easily-accessible heroin. Access to treatment has begun to improve in Kentucky, to serve its citizens most in need.

      Substance abuse of any kind has serious consequences on an individual’s health, family, and life in general. A treatment facility in Kentucky can help you or your loved one build a new, healthier life. Don’t wait any longer. Reach out and ask for help today by calling our hotline: 1-866-207-7436.

      • Kentucky ranks 3rd in the country for age-adjusted drug poisoning death rates, with over 23 deaths per 100,000 people in the state.
      • Nearly 300,000 people are dependent upon or abusing substances each year in Kentucky.
      • Of people in Kentucky who need treatment for alcohol abuse, around 8% receive it. Over 18% of those in need of drug abuse treatment receive it.
      • Among 2015 treatment admissions in Kentucky, the most common primary substance of abuse was heroin—for over 25% of people.
      • The primary substance of abuse following heroin in popularity was alcohol, then other opiates such as prescription painkillers.

      Building Long-Term Recovery in Kentucky

      These are some of the services you should expect from a rehab in Kentucky:

      Groups in Kentucky Battling Addiction

      • The government of Kentucky’s Division of Behavioral Health (DBH) handles all state and federally funded mental health and substance abuse treatment services. The DBH manages adult substance abuse treatment and recovery services, like programs for co-occurring disorders, medication-assisted treatment for opiates, trauma informed care, and DUI programs, as well as treatment services for adolescents.
      • Kentucky’s DBH has established a Group Home Loan Program through self-sustaining recovery homes, known as Oxford Houses. These houses allow 6-12 people in recover to apply for a low-interest loan to help them acquire rental property, which must be run according to the Oxford House Manual as a sober residence.
      • The DBH and Kentucky’s Department for Community Based Services (DCBS) run Kentucky’s Sobriety Treatment and Recovery Teams (START), a family stabilization program providing aid to families with parental substance abuse alongside child maltreatment. START provides protective services to children through welfare programs, while also connecting parents with addiction treatment services.
      • The Kentucky Office of Drug Control Policy (KY-ODCP) is a team of professionals in substance abuse prevention education, treatment, and law enforcement, coordinating the state’s response to substance abuse. The KY-ODCP works with grassroots coalitions, local and state agencies, as well as community organizations to improve statewide drug control efforts.
      • The Foundation for a Healthy Kentucky is a non-profit philanthropic organization dedicated to health policy, research, and improving access to care in the state. The Foundation sponsors Kentucky Health Facts, as a way to collect health data within Kentucky’s communities and recognizing current trends.
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