Kentucky Alcohol and Drug Rehab Centers
Opioids, methamphetamine (meth), and alcohol continue to be the primary substance abuse issues facing Kentucky residents. Infiltration from Mexican cartels and the proliferation of makeshift homegrown meth labs are persistent public health issues in many Kentucky communities, from rural to urban locales.
Data from the Kentucky Office of Drug Control Policy shows that there were 1,964 overdose deaths in 2020, the highest number recorded to date. That was 648 more than in 2019 when there were 1.316. There are also 498 more overdose deaths than in 2017, when the state recorded its last record high for overdose deaths, 1,566.
Alcohol and Drug Treatment Resources for Kentucky Residents
Kentucky’s Cabinet of Health and Family Services offers access to a full range of substance abuse treatment resources for residents in all phases of the addiction care cycle, including but not limited to:
- Co-Occurring Disorders
- Expansion of Access to Medications for Opioid Use Disorder (MOUD)
- Faith-Based Initiatives
- Integrated Physical and Behavioral Health Care
- Kentucky Oxford House/Group Home Loan Program
- <Kentucky Recovery Housing Network
- Kentucky School of Alcohol and Other Drug Studies
- KY-Moms MATR (Maternal Assistance Towards Recovery)
- Older Persons Programming
- Peer Support Services
- Plan of Safe Care
- Pregnant and Parenting Women’s Substance Use Treatment Programs
- Service Members, Veterans and Their Families Behavioral Health Initiative
- SUD Peer Support Services
Finding A Kentucky Rehab Center Shouldn’t Be Hard
Locating the right Kentucky rehab program for you or your loved one can be overwhelming, and we’re here to help expedite the process so you can seamlessly transition to treatment. Our representatives are standing by to help you find a rehab center that works for your care needs and lifestyle. Contact us today to start your treatment and begin your recovery.