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The state of Kentucky is home to more than 350 addiction treatment rehab centers. Using various treatment modalities, these centers are prepared to help people from many different walks of life, ranging from war veterans and people with co-occurring mental health issues, to couples and LGBTIQ individuals. Different treatment modalities are catered to individual needs and preferences, and may include a variety of residential and outpatient treatments.1,2

The existence of a large number of Kentucky rehab centers reflects a growing trend of toxic substance abuse in the state. It is estimated that more than 1000 people died from a drug overdose in Kentucky in the period between 2012 and 2015. Out of these, most deaths occurred as a result of fentanyl or heroin overdose.3 Kentucky also records a high incidence of marijuana users.4 As for alcohol, figures go up to around 700 000 consumers who suffer from addiction every year.2

What types of addiction treatment programs could be attended in Kentucky?

There are different treatment modalities available at rehab facilities in Kentucky. A significant portion of them involve inpatient alcohol and drug rehab programs. In fact, around 50 rehab centers in Kentucky offer inpatient treatment programs. Furthermore, more than 300 rehab centers offer their services on an outpatient basis.2

Hospitalization-based inpatient alcohol and drug rehab programs include all of the phases of a typical rehab process. They start with the medical assessment phase, during which incoming rehab program participants are carefully evaluated and an appropriate treatment plan is developed. The next phase is medical detoxification. This phase aims to safely manage the effects of withdrawal with the help of a panel of experts and specialized medication.5

Further treatment involves a course of therapy sessions that aim to discover the underlying causes of addiction. This goal is often accomplished using well-established psychological treatments such as cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), commonly aided by medication. Finally, inpatient alcohol and drug rehab programs frequently include aftercare activities, the purpose of which is to minimize the risk of relapse.5

Inpatient alcohol and drug rehab treatments usually take between one and three months. Some treatments, especially in more severe cases, may take much longer, whereas others may last for as little as three days.6

Outpatient alcohol and drug rehab programs bear many similarities to inpatient ones. The main difference lies in their being conducted on an outpatient basis. As a consequence, these programs consume less of the participant’s time per week and are thus perfect for people who work or care for family members. However, they also last significantly longer on average, usually taking several months to complete. They are also more suitable for milder cases of addiction.6

Finally, some treatments combine different aspects of these two types. Intensive outpatient alcohol and drug rehab treatments present an alternative for people who prefer the intensity of inpatient programs but are not willing or able to go to a hospital full-time. For those willing to go to the hospital occasionally, there is also an option of partial hospitalization.6

Mental health and addiction treatment for people with dual diagnosis

It is not uncommon for people experiencing drug or alcohol addiction to suffer from other issues at the same time. It is frequently the case that underlying mental health disorders are caused by or actively contribute to one’s drug or alcohol addiction. Disorders most commonly associated with toxic substance abuse include depression, anxiety, bipolar, and personality disorders, as well as syndromes such as PTSD and ADHD. For example, it is estimated that around 40 percent of people suffering from mood disorders are also regular drug consumers.7,8

The prevalence of co-occurring disorders in people is the main reason why many Kentucky rehab centers offer dual diagnosis, followed by treatment aimed at combating each identified disorder. Such treatment is thought to be noticeably effective, particularly since it tackles the underlying causes behind most of the troubles experienced by the patient.9 

What can one expect from Drug and Alcohol Treatment in Kentucky?

As in other places, drug and alcohol rehab treatment at Kentucky rehab centers starts with an admission process. Before getting admitted to a rehab program, each patient has to go through an intake procedure. During this procedure, a team of experts screens prospective rehab program participants. The purpose of the intake procedure is to collect relevant information from patients so that an adequate treatment can be devised. Once the process is over, patients are ready to initiate detox and therapy processes.10

If the patient is set to go to a hospital, they should make sure to bring all the necessary items with them. The patients should particularly pay attention to bringing with them the most important items such as the list of names to be involved in one’s treatment, credit or debit card to pay for the procedure, identification documents (such as passport or driver’s license), and prescribed medication. Depending on the patient’s personal preferences, items such as notebooks, journals, pictures of loved ones, and different sorts of clothes could be brought as well. However, before making the packing list, one has to check if their Kentucky treatment center of choice has any specific rules on bringing certain items.11

Where can one find the best rehabs in Kentucky?

Alcohol and drug rehab centers of various sorts are present all across the state. The vast majority of over 90 percent of Kentucky rehab centers are privately funded, the rest are being financed by state or local government.2 A rehab center, however, can be found in every major locality in the state, including cities such as Louisville, Lexington, Bowling Green, and Paducah.12

Besides residents, Kentucky rehab centers are also popular among people from other U.S. states. This popularity mainly has to do with Kentucky being attractive due to the number of farms and beaches across its territory. The farms, such as Runnymede Farm, are known for their colorful display of animals (particularly horses), as well as their strikingly beautiful barns.13 The local beaches, on the other hand, offer a great opportunity for people to enjoy their time at some of Kentucky’s lakes, thus further aiding their addiction recovery.14

Where are Alcohol and Drug detox centers in Kentucky located?

Attending an alcohol and drug detox program is particularly important in order to reach stabilization of one’s addiction withdrawal symptoms. With the aid of a panel of medical experts, patients are put under a procedure aimed at clearing toxic substances from their bodies.5

Hopefully, there is a sufficient number of detox centers in Kentucky. The 2017 statistics show that there were around 60 Kentucky detox centers, with one half of them working on an outpatient basis and the other half operating residentially. These centers could be found in each major city in the state.2

Does my insurance cover addiction treatment in Kentucky?

Some of the main insurance scheme providers cover addiction treatment in Kentucky rehab centers. Examples of such insurance carriers include Aetna, Amerigroup, Anthem, Blue Cross Blue Shield, Cigna, Humana, and United Health Group. Many rehab treatments are covered by federal insurance schemes such as Medicaid and Medicare as well.15 

All of these insurance providers belong to the American Addiction Centers (AAC) network and can be contacted via our platform. To get more information, prospective rehab program participants are advised to fill a SSVOB form or call our navigators who will be ready to help. They can also use the chat option on our website or even use our online search tool.16

How to pay for a Kentucky rehab treatment if one has no insurance?

It may be particularly daunting if one is in need of addiction treatment but possesses no insurance. In such cases, prospective rehab patients may opt for several strategies. If one possesses enough funds, they may pay for their addiction treatment out of their pocket. Depending on the addiction centers, a certain discount might be provided if one pays in advance.17

People of lower paying ability have several options at their disposal. Besides Medicaid arrangements, they may search for organizations that are willing to subsidize addiction treatment at Kentucky rehab centers. There are also charities and nonprofit healthcare centers (mostly community health clinics), commonly funded by the state, where some of the treatments may be offered for free.17

How to find free Kentucky rehab centers for Drug and Alcohol addiction?

Several centers offer free rehab services for people who are unable to pay for their treatment. One of them is JourneyPure, located in Kentucky cities such as Louisville, Bowling Green, and Lexington.18 Another example is Hope Recovery Program located in Lexington. If prospective patients are interested in exploring all free Kentucky rehab centers in their proximity, they may use the government’s search tool FindTreatment.gov.19

How to choose the right Kentucky rehabilitation center?

One can try to find the right rehab treatment in Kentucky by using several criteria. The first factor to be considered includes the type of treatment needed. People suffering from more severe addiction might obtain more benefits from treatments that are more intensive and residential. Patients with more moderate or mild forms of addiction could do well with treatment conducted on an outpatient basis.5

Other criteria that should be taken into account include accreditations and medical staff. Prospective Kentucky rehab program participants are advised to pay attention to whether their treatment of choice was approved by relevant institutions such as the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF) and the Joint Commission. They should also check if adequate medical professionals are working at the rehab centers considered.20

Prospective patients who have any dilemmas are invited to contact AAC. We offer leading services in the area of addiction rehabilitation, as testified by numerous clients. Potential patients can reach us via our addiction helpline number. We also have separate helplines for people with more additional issues, such as the presence of co-occurring disorders. Some of the services we provide to our clients include same-day rehab admission and a 90-day promise arrangement which entails a 30-day treatment extension in case one experiences relapse during the first three months of treatment.21,22 

Nationwide treatment facility locations

Rehab facilities that belong to AAC’s network are not confined to Kentucky. We collaborate with a wide range of rehab centers in other states. Some of the states where facilities from our network are located include California, Florida, Mississippi, and Texas. For more information, contact us.23

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