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ProgramContact NameEmailPhoneCovid-19 Updates How do i get servicesServices Date of Confirmation Team member Name and Organization
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10 / 10Closed3/17/20Jmerrick
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Addiction Recovery CareJim Campbelljames.campbell@arccenters.com859-750-5793Still taking clients. Additional pre-screen questions, taking temperatures inpatient etc. no outside meetings. trying to start telehealth for all services case management, groups, individual sessions Call (888) 520-8736 to speak with an intake specialist888-815-4330; 24/7 intake. Transportation offered if going to a Treatment Facility. Residential and Outpatient Available. 3/23/20Ashley Withers NKYODCP
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AbraxasReached out via online requestSubstance Abuse Treatment, Behavioral Health for Sexually Offending and Abusing Behaviors
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Applegate RecoveryEach individual state is developing its own protocols to protect the health of patients, and we will implement and communicate any of those changes or exceptions as they happen. Telehealth or other remote options for counseling or physician visits is now available at most locations. We also continue to accept new admissions. If you are in need of treatment, don’t wait. Please contact us to schedule an intake appointment. AppleGate is committed to the health and well-being of our patients, their families and the communities we serve. We will continue to support those in recovery during this unprecedented time.Call the intake line at 888-488-5337AppleGate Recovery specializes in outpatient medication-assisted treatment (MAT) for opioid addiction. Individualized, comprehensive treatment plans include buprenorphine and Suboxone® alongside counseling and recovery services.3/28/20Sam Grothaus NKYODCP
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Beckett SpringsRachel Swordrachelsword@spsh.comAll of our facilities are following CDC guidance, as well as that of state and local public health departments. We have developed an emergency plan in the event of local community spread of coronavirus and will work closely with the public health department to prevent spread within our facilities.A COVID-19 Symptom Questionnaire is completed by every patient, family member, and visitor who comes to our facilities. This ensures that people with symptoms of respiratory illness are recognized promptly and actions are taken to guarantee that illness is not introduced or spread. Staff are monitored for symptoms of respiratory illness and are asked to stay home if they are feeling ill. Hand hygiene and environmental cleaning continue to be top priorities for us. We are committed to high quality, compassionate care, and that will not change. We remain available 24/7 to screen and accept patients into all of our inpatient and outpatient programs. Mental health and addiction treatment should not wait, and we are taking every precaution possible while continuing to offer needed treatment. We have also launched a remote therapy option for patients in our Partial Hospitalization and Intensive Outpatient Programs. Tele-Therapy will take place through secure video conferencing, allowing you or your loved one to receive needed treatment without delay. Out of an abundance of caution, we have suspended in-person visitation at this time at our hospitals. However, in order to continue to offer an opportunity for friends and family to connect with their loved ones, we are making virtual visitation available to our patients via Zoom. Visitation will be initiated by a phone call from the patient and he or she will provide the “virtual visitor” with a meeting number. Call 513-402-8288. Inpatient and Outpatient Substance Abuse Treatment. Inpatient and Outpatient Mental Health Treatment. Offers Vivitrol in their Inpatient Treatment Program (can continue outpatient if enrolled in inpatient). Take Medicaid, Medicare, and most commercial insurance. 3/28/20Sam Grothaus NKYODCP
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Bright ViewAll of BrightView’s centers are open and taking extreme safety and health precautions to ensure that everything is sanitized and disinfected as often as possible. BrightView is still accepting intakes and assessments and treating patients. The only service that BrightView has put on hold are group counseling sessions, because these tend to have more than ten people in a gathering.Telehealth is available Call to schedule an appointment 3/23/20Ashley Withers NKYODCP
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Brighton Center RecoveryAnita Prater aprater@brightoncenter.com513 942 9500Still accepting clients, may be denied based on possible Corona Virus symptoms. During this time, residents will not be permitted to attend outside AA meetings, and no external volunteers will be able to enter the building in an effort to minimize interactions and to practice social distancing. Center Table Catering with a Purpose will continue operating on a delivery basis

NO longer accepting clients can still call to have them put on waiting list
Call to be put on waiting list or schedule appointment (859) 292-5486 Recovery Kentucky Treatment Center for women, long term treatment (3+ mos.). After-care services, and housing services for residents for a smooth transition back to the community. 3/25/20Ashley Withers NKYODCP
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Brook HospitalOur facility is fully operational. We are monitoring for symptoms in patients and staff. We are taking proactive steps to keep our patients and team members safe while serving the needs of our community. We are actively monitoring and responding to all recommendations made by the CDC and our local regulatory and health authorities. Community education programs may be cancelled/postponed; please see event details and follow us on Facebook for updates. We have implemented additional training for all employees on handwashing and hand sanitization, and strict employee and client compliance with washing/sanitizing hands thoroughly and often. We have increased the frequency of the required cleaning and sanitization of our facility, including intake rooms, surfaces and common areas. Limited Visitation — New Temporary Policy; The following is in effect until further notice: All in-person visitation has been suspended (with limited critical exceptions). We strongly encourage the use of electronic methods to stay connected with loved ones including telemedicine, zoom, and extended phone time.Call Intake Line available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week at 502-888-1341KMI Location: 8521 LaGrange Road Louisville, KY 40242. Adults- Psychiatric Inpatient (Crisis Management), Women’s Inpatient Program (substance use), Partial Hospitalization Program, Outpatient Program, and Psychiatric Intensive Outpatient Program, Men’s Transitional Living Program. Adolescents (13-17)-Psychiatric Inpatient, Psychiatric Partial Hospitalization, Psychiatric Intensive Outpatient Program. Dupont Location:1405 Browns Lane Louisville, KY 40207 Adults: Psychiatric Inpatient, Psychiatric Partial Hospitalization, Psychiatric Intensive Outpatient Program, Substance Abuse Program for Expectant Mothers. Children (5-12): Psychiatric Inpatient, Psychiatric Partial Hospitalization, Psychiatric Intensive Outpatient Program, Extended Care Inpatient Unit. 3/28/2020Sam Grothaus NKYODCP
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CenterstoneReached out via contact on websiteServices include Addiction Recovery, Art Therapy, Children and Family Services, Counseling, Crisis and Urgent Care, Forensic Evaluation, Housing, Inpatient and Outpatient Services, Military Services, Pharmacy, Primary Care, Psychiatric Care, Social Services, Therapeutic Foster Care Services, Vocational and Workplace Services. They accept most major insurance providers including Medicare and Medicaid; Payment assistance is available to help those not able to pay for all or some of the cost of service. We can often help people who are unable to pay for care themselves through private donations and public sources. All facilities offer different types of programs3/28/2020sam Grothaus NKYODCP
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Chad's Hope Teen ChallengeReached out via email(606) 599-9716; 300 Chad McWhorter Ln, Manchester, KY 40962. Offers Substance Abuse Treatment Program for Men age 18+, 12 mos long program (can be longer based on progress). Christian Based. Must have HIV and HEP A,B,C Testing before admission and must be healthy enough to participate in the program, especially the work program.
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Childrens Home of NKYCrystal Leugerscleugers@chnk.org3/23/20 Still running IOP and working on Telehealth and rolling out this week. Once Telehealth is up and running and needs a few extra consents to get Assessments. Will be up and running by the end of the week. 3/23/2020Sam Grothaus NKYODCP
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Covington MetroSophia Sipessophia.sipes@cmglp.com859-444-4499At this time all New Season treatment center locations remain open. We continue to monitor the status of COVID-19 and its effects on our patients and the communities in which we do business.
The following precautionary measures are in effect at all New Season treatment center locations:
Hand sanitizer, containing at least 60% alcohol, is available for patients at center doors for those entering and receiving medication.
Additional precautions are in place for patients so that they may continue to receive medication safely and without breaks in treatment. We are implementing several processes that reduce person to person contact and prevent unintentional exposure to contamination of dispensing cups and other supplies used in treatment.
To the extent possible patients should discuss receiving take home doses with their counselor.

We are routinely cleaning all frequently touched surfaces in the center, such as workstations, dosing windows, countertops, and doorknobs.

3/23/20- Left voicemail with program director Sophia
3/19/20Ashley Withers NKYODCP
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DCCH Bob WilsonBwilson@dcchcenter.orgOutpatient therapy center: appointments and doing a screening (contact with postiive person, outside of us, any symptoms) and then asked to reschedule if these are yes, everyone walks through the door they wash their hands or use hand sanitizer.  Trying to get approval for telehealth. Sign on door any symptoms reschedule residential: referrals through DCBS worker3/19/20Sam Grothaus NKYODCP
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Ethan HealthLynn ThompsonLynn.Thompson@ethanhealth.com859-212-6386Telehealth avaialble Call to schedule an appointment Suboxone/Buprenorphine, and Vivitrol; Outpatient Services, Targeted Case Management, Peer Support, Group Therapy, and Individual Therapy. Takes Ky Medicaid and can assist with transportation. 3/23/20Ashley Withers NKYODCP
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Ethan CrossingBrandi Robinsonbrarobinson@ethancrossing.com937-390-9060Admitting Clientd 24/7 and prescreening for COVID-19. Call the 24/7 intake line 937-912-6068Residential Inpatient Substance Abuse Treatment3/26/20Sam Grothaus NKYODCP
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Family Care CounselingDerek Trammellfamilycare.nky@gmail.comCall or email us today at 859-391-4510 or familycare.nky@gmail.com to find out more information or to refer someone to our online IOP. We will work with you and your insurance provider to determine coverage and costs (we strongly encourage individuals to contact their insurance provider to find out if they have telehealth coverage).
GROUP DAYS
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday
GROUP TIME
6p-815p
GROUP LOCATION
Online Counseling
(check your email or Mobile Text for a link to session)
-OR-
Download the Zoom app (AppStore or GooglePlay) and register the email address you provide the therapist)
Call to schedule an appointment at 859-391-5410Offers Comprehensive Assessment and Screening, Child and Adolescent Individual Counseling (5-17), Individual Counseling, Family Counseling, Group Counseling, Substance Abuse Treatment, Case Management, Consultation. Takes self-pay, some Ky Medicaid, And Commercial Insurances. 3/20/20Ashley Withers NKYODCP
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First Step HomeFirst Step Home is responding to the coronavirus emergency almost on a daily basis with directives coming from national, state and local governments. Our main priority is to care for and serve our clients who are going through substance use disorder and mental health issues safely and well, including minimizing their risk and exposure. First Step Home is open for business and we continue to accept new referrals. Our leadership and staff will be working diligently throughout these challenging times to address current and future challenges that may arise. We will continue to focus our activities on the safety and welfare of our clients and their children, as well as staff: assessing critical needs, minimizing face-to-face contact where possible, enacting social distancing standards and working from home where appropriate. Our programs are continuing to operate – call on us! The main number is 513-961-4663.We have adopted a no visitor policy for all of our buildings until further notice. We will be working with clients to find alternative methods for those who may be affected by the virus.(513) 961-4663 ext 101 or e-mail using the form or by e-mailing Naomi.Satterwhite@firststephome.org.The residential facility is staffed 24 hours a day, 7 days a week; Average length of stay is 30 days. Intensive Outpatient Program is 8 hours per day,6 days per week; Average length of Intensive Outpatient Program is 6 months. Outpatient Program is by appointment and is a supplement after Residential and IOP. Each program offers Group counseling, Individual therapy, Family therapy, Specialized Maternal Addiction Program service, Medication Management, Medical Nursing Support, Child Care Services, Transportation Services, Case management, Peer Support. Also offers housing options. 3/28/20Sam Grothaus NKYODCP
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Florence Medical GroupDr. Amanda Kline859-282-8840new telemedicine protocol especially for refills and for patients that have upper respiratory flu-like symptoms like fever, cough and sore throat. Questions? Please call (859) 282-8840.Call to schedule an appointment at 859-282-8840Offers Vivitrol and Bridge Device, takes Medicaid, Visa/Mastercard if payment is necessary. Offers Opiate Detox Medications and Hep C Treatment as well. Counseling provided with Medically Assisted Treatment. M-F 9a-4p 3/23/20Ashley Withers NKYODCP
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Greater Cincinnati BehavioralThe Coronavirus crisis continues to bring many challenges and changes to the way we live our lives. As a frontline behavioral healthcare organization, we are making decisions that allow us to continue to serve and protect the welfare of our vulnerable patients including minimizing their risk and exposure as much as possible. Their safety, along with the safety of our staff is very important to us, as we continue to accept new patients (If you are not a GCBHS client and need assistance, please call our main number, listed below, for additional information regarding intake). Because of this, we are making adjustments to some of our services and operations, including: Residential Housing (Restricting visitors and staff to only those who are residents or direct staff of resident), Care Management Services (face to face critical situations otherwise telehealth/over the phone), Mental Health Counseling and Psychiatric Services (phone/telehealth, injectable medications will still be given appts w/screenings), The Wellness Center (drop-inn available with staff 8:30-4pm but no groups), Medication Assisted Treatment (running as per usual), Substance Use Disoder Clinical Services (telehealth), Payees (window closed checks will be mailed). In addition, we have requested that staff who can work from home, do so. On-site staff and patients are asked to maintain social distancing – we hope you understand that this is for everyone's safety. We must also reiterate that if you are sick PLEASE stay home.Call (513) 354-5200 for questionsOffers Adult Programming: Outpatient, Intensive Outpatient Program, Medically Assisted Treatment, Dual Diagnosis Treatment, Alternatives for Safer Communities (re-integration programming), and Community Alternative Sentencing Program. Offers adolescent programming: Home-based counseling and Day Treatment. 3/28/20Sam Grothaus NKYODCP
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The Healing PlaceStill taking referrals, screening all new intakes using CDC COVID-19 protocol, restricting non-essential movement and visitation, disinfecting common areas every hour, staff members who are symptomatic taking paid time off while they monitor and must be symptom free for 24 hrs before returning, using social media for 12step information, and monitoring clients 24/7 for symptoms. Offers detox (Non-Medical; 3-10 days long), Multi-Phase Residential Program (Approx. 6 months), Continuing Care, Transitional Living (approx. 3 months), Peer Support. Program is a Recovery Kentucky Program and does not charge for services, facility also does not accept insurance. 3/28/20Sam Grothaus NKYODCP
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Holly HillMelissa Haag-Costinmhaag-costin@hollyhill-ky.org(859) 442-8500Facility is conducting services through telehealth using Doxie.me which is HIPAA compliant with all current children and families they are serving. Facilitys is also doing in office assessments using social distancing, safety protocols, using a CORVID 19 screening tool prior to scheduling a face to face service.

Call to schedule an appointment Residential facility for girls aged 11-18 to return into their homes in a physically and emotionally safe environment, with professionals as support. Teaching the girls strong coping skills. Also offers outpatient services such as Individual Therapy, Family Therapy, Group Therapy, Play Therapy Interventions (for children), Parent Training, Consultation, Advocacy, Comprehensive Diagnostic Assessments, Mental Health Evaluations, Comprehensive Treatment Planning, Information and Referral, and Targeted Case Management. Take Kentucky Medicaid Anthem, Passport, WellCare, and Aetna. Services cover the following counties: Boone, Kenton, Campbell, Gallatin, Carroll, Grant, Pendleton, and Owen counties.3/23/20Sam Grothaus NKYODCP
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Isaiah HouseMissy PriceMissy.price@isaiahhouse.org (859) 375-9200We are pre-screening staff and new clients entering our buildings by taking their temperature, any symptoms or exposure. No visitors are allowed into our buildings at this time.Call to schedule an appointment (859) 375-9200Offers Short Term Treatment (up to 28 Days), Long Term Treatment (8-11 Months), Transitions Living Homes, and Intensive Outpatient/Outpatient Program. Accepts Medicaid, Commercial Insurance, UNITE vouchers, Self-Pay and Sponsors. 3/23/20Joscena
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Journey Recovery Center Mike Kalfasmlkafa@yahoo.com(859) 757-0717no face to face contact. having director call me back with more information.Call to schedule an appointment (859) 757-0717Offers the Bridge Device, Buprenorphine/Suboxone/Subutex, Naloxone/Naltrexone/Vivitrol, and Revia. Offers Intensive Outpatient, Outpatient, Individual Therapy, Case Management, and Peer Support Services. Medicaid, and most insurances accepted. 3/23/20Joscena
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JourneyPureMichelle WesterkampMwesterkamp@journeypure.com859-391-4741Reached out via emailOffers Detox, Residential, Outpatient, and Medically Assistance Treatment. Takes Aetna, AmeriChoice, Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield, Beacon Health Options, BlueCare Plus Tennessee, Blue Cross Blue Shield of Tennessee, CenterCare, Cigna, ComPsych, Humana, Magellan, New Directions Behavioral Health, Optum/United Behavioral Health, Passport Health, TRICARE, WellCare. Medications are on an individual basis and it is up to the doctors (looking into clinical use and past history). 3/28/20Sam Grothaus NKYODCP
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JSAP COR-12Jason Merrickjason.merrick@KENTONCOUNTY.ORGSuggest an edit · Own this bAccepting patientsMust be incarcerated at Kenton county to enter programKor-12 programming offered3/23/20Joscena
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Landmark Recovery CenterAt Landmark Recovery, we take our patient’s well-being seriously. During treatment for addiction, if a patient experiences a physical ailment or co-occurring disorder that is beyond our expertise, we transport them to a higher level of care and COVID-19 (coronavirus) will be handled the same. We pride ourselves on working closely with the joint commission and other regulating bodies so that our facilities are run on the highest of standards which include infectious disease protocols, sanitation standards and regular employee training. We will continue to run our facilities in Oklahoma, Indiana and Kentucky based on these strict standards of operation. In response to COVID-19, we have made some additional changes at our facilities including: Stopping all visitation from family or visitors outside of staff members. We will be increasing video chatting for patients so they can stay in touch with family members. Updating current health policies and training procedures to make sure our staff are prepared for both flu season and COVID-19. Following state and CDC recommendations regarding who should be tested and when an individual should be sent to the hospital. Increasing the cleaning capabilities of our facilities to keep to stringent sanitation standards. As well as training staff and patients on proper hand washing and hygiene in regards to virus prevention. Requiring any staff members who are experiencing symptoms, have any contact with a COVID-19 patient or have travel history in the areas of concern to stay self-quarantined for 14 days. Mandatory screening for anyone entering the facility, including employees, by one of our registered nurses. Continuing direct communication with the Kentucky, Indiana and Oklahoma departments of health. Screening of any new patients or visitors for: Personal travel history and potential exposure to areas of concern(currently China, Iran, South Korea, Italy, Japan, and Hong Kong). Potential contact with someone who has traveled to these areas of concern. Any direct contact by the patient with persons diagnosed with COVD-19.How to refer: call the intake line (502-632-0315 can give Name, DOB, Insurance Policy (If it is commercial policy, then the ID# and Group#; If it is Medicaid, then just the name and DOB is sufficient) WITH CLIENTS PERMISSION. When speaking with intake identify as helpline and who you are (they have us on their intake drop down). Once hang up, have caller call to give more information and to find out steps after. Commercial Ins is more likely to get in same day whereas Medicaid will have to go onto a waiting list. If Medicaid have caller call everyday to see where they are on list (shows they are willing and really want to get in-may bump them up on list). Offers Detox, Residential Treatment, Outpatient, Medically Assisted Treatment, and Partial Hospitalization. Fullday Family Programming (family education), Saturdays 9a-4p. Takes Humana, Aetna, Cigna, Beacon Health, Bluecross Blueshield, United Healthcare, and Self-Pay. Offers Transportation to facility. (Will transport from NKY to Lexington and Louisville). 3/28/20Sam Grothaus NKYODCP
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Life Learning CenterKatie Massakmassa@lifelearningcenter.us859-431-0100 x 106Closed but are preparing box lunches for members and those appointed by the courts. Delivering to the door.Online Enrollments
Candidates that have a smart phone or have access to a computer can access Life Learning Center’s website for online enrollment using the referral tab on https://www.lifelearningcenter.us/enroll.
Life Learning Center will follow up with on-line referrals within one business day through the contact information provided.
Foundations for a Better Life Program:
• All programming for Candidates will be delivered remotely via Zoom mobile platform. Life Learning Center staff is sharing this process with all Candidates. This Zoom platform allows Life Learning Center staff to virtually lay eyes on our Candidates.
• All Candidate Support Coordination between Candidates and volunteers will be conducted via telephone call or mobile platform. Questions shall be directed to Mitch Haralson at mharalson@lifelearningcenter.us
• Any Candidate resource concerns shall be directed to Mitch Haralson at mharalson@lifelearningcenter.us
Enroll on line at https://form.jotform.com/63346305901148 OR call
859.431.0100
The Foundations for a Better Life™ 12-week program that focuses on addressing five domains of life: physical, financial, spiritual, emotional, and relational. These on-going barriers often derive from the addiction epidemic, increased incarceration, and childhood poverty rates which are rising in our local tristate area. These factors directly hinder an individual’s ability to generate an income for their family, leaving citizens “at-risk” hopeless and unemployable. 3/23/20Joscena/jmerrick
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Lidner Center of HopeMaria SulcerMaria.Sulcer@LindnerCenter.orgEveryone entering building will have temperature taken and will need to walk through main entrance of the building. If someone has a reading of 100.4 or higher they will not be allowed in the building. Everyone is encouraged to take their temp at home prior to coming into the building. Offers methadone, also Intensive Outpatient Program and Detox. Commercial Insurance accepted, no Medicaid, or $350/day. M-F 6a-12p and Sat 6am-10 am. Also offers other Mental Health Services, Inpatient and Outpatient. Also offers treatment for eating disorders inpatient and outpatient for adults. Treatment for Mood Disorders, Anxiety Disorders, Obsessive Compulsive Disorders, and Behavioral Addictions on inpatient or outpatient basis. Admissions excluding sex offender, criminal court, end-stage dementia, mental retardation, or sole substance abuse disorder3/28/20Sam Grothaus NKYODCP
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LumiereReached out via emailOffers Medical Detox (Alcohol, and Opiates/Heroin; 5-10 days), Residential Treatment, Aftercare. Takes Anthem Blue, Medical Mutual, Pomco, Multiplan, United Behavioral Health (may take others! Call for information). 3/28/20Sam Grothaus NKYODCP
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New VistaNew Vista is offering telehealth services. If you are a new or current client, we have therapists, case managers and peer support specialists ready to help you via telehealth. To set up a telehealth appointment or to change an existing appointment to telehealth call our 24-Hour Helpline at 1.800.928.8000. For those clients who are coming into a clinic for your appointment, we are practicing all the recommended safety protocols. We are taking the temperatures of everyone entering our clinics, practicing social distancing, frequently sanitizing our common areas and frequently washing hands.call our 24-Hour Helpline at 1.800.928.8000Offers Residential, Intensive Outpatient Program, Outpatient Program, Transitional Housing Program, Mental Health Services, Disability Services/Rehabilitation. Contact the 24-Hour Help Line to make arrangement for services 1.800.928.8000. Takes Medicaid, Medicare and private insurance. If you do not have health insurance, New Vista can determine if you could meet state criteria to pay for your appointment based on your household income3/28/20Sam Grothaus NKYODCP
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NKY Med ClinicJessica Allenderjallender@pinnacletreatment.com859-360-0250
502-732-3070
Pre-screening over the phone to determine if they have been in contact with anyone showing syptoms of the COVID-19 or they themselves have been exposed. One the patient is admitted their temperature is taken daily. If they show any signs they will be sent to an outside facility. Outpatient is normal. Dosing will be taken out to the patient's car.Walk-ins only Walkins only and insurance is not accepted; $15 for Methadone, and $20 for Suboxone. Hours Tues-Sat 5a-1p; Sun 6a-12. 3/19/20Joscena / jmerrick
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NorthKey Sandra Georgesgeorge@northkey.org859-578-32003/19/2020 Florence: Making sure everything is cleaned every hour, has telehealth system (phone line that the counselor calls the client at the time of appointment if they have signed up for this). Covington: Virtual Check in, phone visit with therapist or doctor established. intake in office and be sure of social distance and extra cleaning. Rescheduling. Crisis 859-331-3292 therapist available 24-7. Fort Thomas: Extra disinfecting, hand sanitizer, IOP visits have met in a bigger room to spread out, if they do not feel well reschedule. Virtual check in phone call from the provider no skype ability with these visits. First time client needs to come in to do intake. No call/no show therapist does not call, either not feeling well or forgot appointment.     3/23/2020  IOP are still on site and not over telehealth only telehealth is over the phone with the individuals

3/25/20- Owen County
• Intakes at Owen Co office on Tuesday afternoons
o Next available: 3/17 @ 2:30p
o Crisis appt could happen same day

• Currently open 2 days/week for outpatient appts: Tuesdays + every other Wednesday
o Lauren Hensley- therapist (lives in Owen Co)

• IOP telehealth available 3 days/week
• current group is 10a-12p on Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays

Carroll County
• Intakes at Carroll Co office 2-3 days/week
o Next available: 3/16 @ 9:30a
o Crisis appt could happen same day

• Currently open 5 days/week for outpatient appts
o Heidi Bellile- therapist
o Kim Watkins- therapist (lives in Carroll Co)

• IOP telehealth available 3 days/week
o Nothing currently setup, but COULD be with identified client needs

Gallatin County
• Intakes at Gallatin Co office on Fridays
o Next available: 3/13 @ 3pm
o Crisis appt could happen same day

• Currently open 2 days/week for outpatient appts: Fridays + every other Wednesday
o Lauren Hensley- therapist
o New hire starting soon-

• IOP telehealth available 3 days/week
o Nothing currently setup, but COULD be with identified client needs
Call crisis line at 859-331-3292 to schedule an assessment Crisis screening and assessment, Outpatient individual, family and group therapy, Case management services, Short-term intensive outpatient services, Longer-term outpatient services, Prevention services, education and skills training, Specialized services related to housing supports and vocational rehabilitation training/support for individuals meeting appropriate criteria. Offers KY-Moms MATR program. Food assistance during pregnancy as well as help with needed baby items such as car seats, strollers, diapers, etc. as well as access to community resources.3/23/20Sam Grothaus NKYODCP
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Recovery WorksMatt RiceMatt.rice@pinnacletreatment.com502-570-93133/16- At this time, all of our inpatient/residential centers and outpatient programs are still open and in operation. As of today, there has been zero impact to patient care. Our primary focus is to ensure a healthy environment by reducing risk of exposure for all of those within each of our facilities. As such, proper protocols have been put in place.24/7 Intake Line 844-768-0204 (Ky and In), 844-768-1193 (Oh): MAT inpatient detox and rehab services 28-30 days 3/23/20Joscena
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Solutions in living Maria Wisesoltionsinliving@gmail.com859-750-7804Left VCM with Maureen for a call back via helpline number3/19/20Sam Grothaus NKYODCP
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St Elizabeth EAPStill doing intakes, have some screening questions, and will be taking temperatures. Working on telehealth 3/19/20Sam Grothaus NKYODCP
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St. Elizabeth ERHad to leave message because no one in the ER knew what to tell me.3/23/20Joscena
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SUN - Addiction Brad Tolle btolle@sunkentucky.com606-375-1982Crafting IOP guidelines Call or walk in for assessment Offers detox (4-5 days). 2 week treatment program 3/19/20Amanda
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SUN - Mental Health Jay Tiesing

Ann M. Mitchell
jtiesing@sunkentucky.com

amitchell@sunkentucky.com
(859) 429-5188Accepting patientsCall or walk in for assessment Offers Detox (4-5 days), Partial Hospitalization (2-4 weeks, 5 groups per day 5 days per week), Intensive Outpatient (3 groups per day, 3 days per week), and Medically Assisted Treatment. Offers Adult mood and anxiety program, Adult Mental Health Services Program, Children and Adolescent Program, Aurora Program (LGBTQIA+ Program), and Older Adult Program. 3/19/20Ashley Withers NKYODCP
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Talbert House Teri L. NauTeri.Nau@talberthouse.org513-281-22733/13/20- As of right now, Talbert House is open for business but information is changing quickly about the coronavirus.
Among the steps we're taking to prevent the spread of COVID-19 are:
Handwashing is required before and after groups when at all possible.
Groups are being moved to larger rooms to implement social distancing.
Clients and staff are asked to stay home if they have any viral symptoms.
Surfaces are being disinfected frequently.
Staff is reviewing procedures to add temperature-taking upon admission.

3/17/20- For the health and safety of our clients and staff, all scheduled visitations at our residential sites have been temporarily closed. We appreciate your understanding at this time.
Call Main office to schedule an appointment 513-281-2273Offers Addictions Services, Community Care Services, Community Corrections Services, Housing Services, Mental Health Services. 3/19/20Ashley Withers NKYODCP
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The PIERCristin Gutierrezcgutierrez@mhankyswoh.org859-547-6539NO Face to Face and answering phones and questions. Online classes one of the peers will check in on facebook. Place heart on there to know and get credit for it facebook live stream. Getting everything and resources on the phone if the person needs. 3/23/2020 Facebook Live all Classes Schedule is as followed: Virtual Online Support Groups & Classes Updated: 03/20/2020​Monday - 3/23/202010:00 AM - Fitness (Strength Training)11:00 AM - Stress Management12:30 PM - Parenting1:30 PM - Anger Management​Tuesday - 3/24/202010:00 AM - Fitness (Yoga)12:30 PM - Men's Recovery1:30 PM - Women's Recovery2:30 PM _ Working Towards Wellness​Wednesday - 3/25/202010:00 AM - Fitness (Strength Training)11:00 AM - Staying Sober12:30 PM - Connection & Mental Health1:30 PM - Spirituality in Recovery​Thursday - 3/26/202010:00 AM - Fitness (Yoga)11:00 AM - Stress Management12:30 PM - Wellness Tools1:30 PM - Finding Hope​Friday - 3/27/202011:00 AM - Fitness (Strength Training)12:30 PM - Arts & Crafts1:30 PM - Women's Recovery2:30 PM - Men's RecoverCall or walk-in!Offers Peer Support, Support Groups, Re-Entry/Employment Program, Pro-Bono Counseling (short term 6-12 session, must be unemployed uninsured, underinsured, or unable to afford other services. 3/23/20Sam Grothaus NKYODCP
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TransitionsCassidy Lekanclekan@transitionsky.org859-491-4435Accepting patients, using additional pre-screening and can only come for intake from 8am-6pm Monday-Friday

Outpatient: Discontinuing classes; working on getting telehealth up and running will email as soon as it is ready(passed along all Care Coordinator Email Addresses)
Call or walk-in!Inpatient and Outpatient Treatment Options, Kentucky Medicaid, and Commercial Insurance providers. Can pay out of pocket ($400 for Intensive Outpatient Program services, $320 for Outpatient Services; $25 for detox, $6440 for inpatient with $3220 due up front; Payment plan can be set up with Program Director). Offers Suboxone Services (covered by insurance or $300 induction fee, $20 weekly fee or $60 monthly fee; Payment plan can be set up with Program Director). 3/19/20Ashley Withers NKYODCP
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Applegate RecoveryRobert Haleyrhaley@applegaterecovery.com859-750-5793AppleGate will continue to provide treatment services to our patients, focusing on the cleanliness of our facilities and implementing CDC recommended best practices, including:

Regular handwashing for at least 20 seconds
Frequent cleaning of surfaces throughout hours of operation
Social distancing in lobby and throughout the clinic
Medically screening employees and patients with symptoms and referring them to follow CDC recommendations


Each individual state is developing its own protocols to protect the health of patients, and we will implement and communicate any of those changes or exceptions as they happen. Telehealth or other remote options for counseling or physician visits is now available at most locations.
Intakes are completed by appointment only, and can typically be scheduled within 24 – 48 hours of the initial inquiry call.Call us at 888.488.5337They offer individual and group counseling,3/24/20Ashley Withers NKYODCP
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Addiction Recovery CareJim Campbelljames.campbell@arccenters.com(888) 815-4330Still taking clients. Additional pre-screen questions, taking temperatures inpatient etc. no outside meetings. trying to start telehealth for all services case management, groups, individual sessions Call (888) 520-8736 to speak with an intake specialistHelpline staff can call to set up appointment client needs to call/ be present for prescreening. You will need their ID, insurance information, and SS. IOP and OP tracks dependent on assessment and chemical dependency evaluation. Services include: Individual therapy
Group therapy
12-step program meetings and Celebrate Recovery
Peer Support
Targeted Case Management
Opioid Treatment Program. Inpatient: 6-9 months program. Have 8 different facilities and program specifically for pregnant women.
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Becket SpringsRachel Swordrachelsword@spsh.com513 942 9500A COVID-19 Symptom Questionnaire is completed by every patient, family member, and visitor who comes to our facilities. This ensures that people with symptoms of respiratory illness are recognized promptly and actions are taken to guarantee that illness is not introduced or spread.

We have also launched a remote therapy option for patients in our Partial Hospitalization and Intensive Outpatient Programs. Tele-Therapy will take place through secure video conferencing, allowing you or your loved one to receive needed treatment without delay.

Out of an abundance of caution, we have suspended in-person visitation at this time at our hospitals.virtual visitation available to our patients via Zoom
Before beginning treatment at our facility, you’ll be given a no-obligation, comprehensive psychiatric and physical evaluation from our team of health professionals. Among other things, we’ll assess your safety and stability. People who are in crisis – those who are at risk of harming themselves or others, or who find it difficult to function in their everyday life – may be recommended for inpatient mental health treatment.

We treat the following illnesses:

Depression
Anxiety
Post-Traumatic Stress Syndrome (PTSD)
Bipolar Disorder
Borderline Personality Disorder
Psychosis
Suicidal Ideation
MAT services offered by appointment M-F. Helpline staff can call to set up appointment for them. Does not offer any MAT. Our intensive outpatient program for adults with chemical dependency or mental health issues occurs Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays from 6:00pm to 9:00pm. No case management or counseling available.3/24/20Ashley Withers NKYODCP
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Cincinnati VAJamie Plopert (National Director)jamie.ploppert2@va.gov513-861-3100The Medical Center is not allowing visitors/general public into our facilities except for those directly assisting or caring for a Veteran to include any end of life care. Directly assisting or caring for a Veteran is defined as:

A single individual responsible for transporting a patient coming for a procedure or being discharged from the hospital.
A single designated partner or primary caretaker


Information on visitation
Patients are limited to one visitor at a time.
No visitors under age 18.
Visitors are not permitted to see patients if they exhibit any respiratory illness symptoms (coughing, sneezing, runny nose, fever, etc..)
Visitors are not permitted if they have travelled internationally or places with high incidents of COVID-19 within the past 14 days.
All visitors will follow respiratory hygiene and cough etiquette precautions while in the common areas of the facility.
Offers Methadone, Suboxone, and Vivitrol; must have VA benefits. Mental Health, Medical, and Substance Abuse Programs also available. Client would need to go through eligibility to establish themselves in the program. They offer, substance abuse program, mental health program and can be enrolled in multiple program. They would need to be inducted through the program.3/24/20Ashley Withers NKYODCP
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Crossroads Center NKYJulia Schlakejschlake@crossroadstreatmentcenters.com(859) 359-5404taking additional precautionary measures within our treatment centers to continue to provide care to you in a safe manner, including screening patients for possible signs of infection.Call to schedule an appointment (859) 359-5404Assessment
We must first establish where you’ve been, where you are, where you’d like to go and how soon. We want to do this on a personal level, not just a generic “pass you through” assessment. Everyone has different needs, family, job and other life obligations. We want to uncover what are your fears, doubts, hopes and desires.

Education
After your personal assessment, you can be educated on the various treatment options available based on your needs and wants. We want you to be empowered and fully understand your options.

Prescribe
Once we’ve completed your personal assessment and educated you on the treatment options, we prescribe the personalized plan for you to achieve complete recovery.

Monitor
How is your body responding to treatment? How are you doing mentally and emotionally during the process? Do we need to make any tweaks or adjustments?
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Crossroads CenterN/a513-332-0350/475-5316Frequent cleaning of surfaces throughout hours of operationCall to schedule an appointment Offers Outpatient Services (Co-ed, have services for both adults and adolescents), Dual Diagnosis Services, Medically Assisted Treatment Program , Intensive Outpatient Program (Co-ed, adults), Residential (Adult Residential-Short term co-ed; Chaney Allen Women’s Continuing Care Program-Women only), Case Management, Prevention Program.3/24/20Ashley Withers NKYODCP
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Ethan Health LLCLynn ThompsonLynn.Thompson@ethanhealth.com859-212-6386Social distancing in lobby and throughout the clinicCall to schedule an appointment Outpatient

Intensive Outpatient

Targeted Case Management

Peer Support

Individual and Group Therapy
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Florence Medical GroupDr. Amanda Kline
859-282-8840Medically screening employees and patients with symptoms and referring them to follow CDC recommendationsCall to schedule an appointment offer opiate detox meds, the bridge device and Vivitrol with counseling. We now offer Hep C treatments!

Vivitrol, Bridge Device, Medicated Outpatient Treatment Detox

Sister Office Florence Urgent Care and can prescribe detox medication; open 9a-10p 365 days a year. But no vivitrol
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Fort Thomas VAN/a859-572-6202The Medical Center is not allowing visitors/general public into our facilities except for those directly assisting or caring for a Veteran to include any end of life care. Directly assisting or caring for a Veteran is defined as:

A single individual responsible for transporting a patient coming for a procedure or being discharged from the hospital.
A single designated partner or primary caretaker


Information on visitation
Patients are limited to one visitor at a time.
No visitors under age 18.
Visitors are not permitted to see patients if they exhibit any respiratory illness symptoms (coughing, sneezing, runny nose, fever, etc..)
Visitors are not permitted if they have travelled internationally or places with high incidents of COVID-19 within the past 14 days.
All visitors will follow respiratory hygiene and cough etiquette precautions while in the common areas of the facility.
Call to schedule an appointment OTP offers individual and group counseling, liaison with medical providers, education, overdose prevention, referrals to community resources and patient advocacy.
MAT program listed in Fort Thomas: Kimberly Caldwell, MA, LIDCD-CD, MAC.Opiate Substitution - Methadone Maintenance
513-861-3100 Ext. 4857
Kevin Sexton, LISW-S
Buprenorphine Treatment Clinic
513-861-3100 Ext. 5169
Charlene Burlew, LISW-S
Intake and Detox Coordinator
513-861-3100 Ext. 4822
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Gateway RecoveryN/a513-684-7977Call to schedule an appointmentOffers MAT through IOP, and OP. Also provides individual counseling and family participation3/24/20Ashley Withers NKYODCP
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Health Point NKY (Bellvue location)N/a859-655-6100Each individual state is developing its own protocols to protect the health of patients, and we will implement and communicate any of those changes or exceptions as they happen. Telehealth or other remote options for counseling or physician visits is now available at most locations.Clients have to call themselves to make appointments. Offer mental health counseling. Vivitrol shots are not same dayOffers vivitrol, and counseling. Takes Ky Medicaid, some commercial insurance, and sliding scale fee/cash. 3/24/20Ashley Withers NKYODCP
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Journey Recovery CenterDr. Kalfas859-757-0717no face to face contact. having director call me back with more information.Call to schedule an appointment case management, intensive out-patient
and individual/group cognitive behavioral therapy
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Linder Center of HopeN/a513-536-4673The safety of our patients, visitors, staff and clinicians is of utmost importance to UC Health. Our visitor restrictions are set in compliance with public health agency guidelines and best practices as well as those of the Ohio Hospital Association and with consideration of the Ohio Governor’s “stay at home” guidelines:
Effective immediately, UC Medical Center and West Chester Hospital will not allow visitors on their campuses.
There are two exceptions to this rule:

In cases where visitor restriction will produce an undue hardship for the patient or family.
In cases where the restriction is detrimental to the care of the patient.
In cases where a visitor is permitted with the permission of the nurse manager and/or medical director, they will be screened upon entrance. Only 1 visitor will be permitted.
Call to schedule an appointment 513-536-4673Offers methadone, also Intensive Outpatient Program and Detox. Commercial Insurance accepted, no Medicaid, or $350/day. M-F 6a-12p and Sat 6am-10 am. Also offers other Mental Health Services, Inpatient and Outpatient. 3/24/20Ashley Withers NKYODCP
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Modern PsychN/a513-795-7557All locations remain open during the coronavirus pandemic. Walk-in treatment for addiction remains open at our Hamilton locations. We also offer telemedicine treatment to you by phone, tablet, or computer.Call to schedule an appointment 513-795-7557 or walk-in!Offers buprenorphine/Suboxone/Zubsolv, Vivitrol/Naltrexone, the BRIDGE device, acamprosate (reduces the desire to drink alcohol), disulfiram (reduces the desire to drink alcohol), and herbal remedies to help manage addiction illnesses. Also offers Medication Management, Individual Therapy, Group Therapy, Case Management, Outpatient Detox Program, Mental Health Testing and Diagnosis.3/24/20Ashley Withers NKYODCP
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NKY Med ClinicJessica Allenderjallender@pinnacletreatment.com859-360-0250Pre-screening over the phone to determine if they have been in contact with anyone showing syptoms of the COVID-19 or they themselves have been exposed. One the patient is admitted their temperature is taken daily. If they show any signs they will be sent to an outside facility. Outpatient is normal. Dosing will be taken out to the patient's car.Walk-ins onlyGeneral outpatient services, individual and group therapy offered.3/24/20Ashley Withers NKYODCP
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New Leaf Medical ClinicTheresa Walker MD DirectorNLC@newleaf1216.com(502) 435-8321Intakes: Mon-Thurs 11:30am-1:30pmMental Health Day Program (severe cases) case management, intensive out-patient
and individual/group cognitive behavioral therapy
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New Seasons: Covington Metro ClinicSofia Sikessophia.sipes@cmglp.com859-444-4499At this time all New Season treatment center locations remain open. We continue to monitor the status of COVID-19 and its effects on our patients and the communities in which we do business.
The following precautionary measures are in effect at all New Season treatment center locations:
Hand sanitizer, containing at least 60% alcohol, is available for patients at center doors for those entering and receiving medication.
Additional precautions are in place for patients so that they may continue to receive medication safely and without breaks in treatment. We are implementing several processes that reduce person to person contact and prevent unintentional exposure to contamination of dispensing cups and other supplies used in treatment.
To the extent possible patients should discuss receiving take home doses with their counselor.

We are routinely cleaning all frequently touched surfaces in the center, such as workstations, dosing windows, countertops, and doorknobs.

3/23/20- Left voicemail with program director Sophia
Call 1-877-284-7074 for new patienrs Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT) - utilizes medication to address withdrawal symptoms and cravings
Counseling: individual one-on-one, group and family
Medically supervised withdrawal
Medical exams to ensure safety
Convenient outpatient services
Referrals
Confidentiality
Take-home benefits after meeting key criteria
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Premiere Care513-671-7117Call 513-671-7117 for intake appointment Offers methadone, no insurance accepted, self-pay only. Medically Assisted Treatment, and Outpatient services. 3/24/20Ashley Withers NKYODCP
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The Ridge Addiction Recovery Center513-987-9369We ask every patient, staff, or visitor COVID-19 symptom questions, take their temperature, and monitor them for symptoms before and during their visit to our facilities. This ensures that people with symptoms of respiratory illness are recognized promptly and actions are taken to guarantee that illness is not introduced or spread.

The Ridge staff are monitored for symptoms of respiratory illness and are asked to stay home if they are feeling ill. Hand hygiene and facility cleanliness and sterilization policies have been reiterated and increased.

We remain available 24/7 through our helpline and are still accepting new patients. Scheduled admissions and future admissions are as scheduled. We will take extra screening precaution. We have temporaily suspended all outside activities, and in-person visitation.
Call Batavia location: 513-987-9369 or Milford: 513-275-7571 to schedule appointment Offers Suboxone Detox (non-medical detox), Intensive Outpatient Program, and Post Care Services. Offers Suboxone, accepts most commercial insurance no Medicaid or Medicare. Only 16-bed facility co-ed3/24/20Ashley Withers NKYODCP
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Renew RecoveryDina EnglishDenglish@renewrecovery.com859-331-3111Renew Recovery has gone virtual. We will be providing individual, group and prescriber visits over telehealth. Please contact the office to ensure you are given the proper links for appointments. Please download telehealth apps here: https://sites.google.com/view/renewtelehealth/home

Group Schedule:
Monday: 9, 12,1, 4, 6
Tuesday: 10,1,12, 4, 5, 6
Wednesday: 9, 12, 1, 3, 5, 6, 7
Thursday: 9, 11,1, 3, 4, 6
Friday: 9, 10, 1, 2, 3, 5, 6
Saturday: 2
Sunday: 1
Call 513-655-5176Offer IOP, individual and group counseling, includes abstience based track, does have telehealth option for those with commercial insurances3/24/20Ashley Withers NKYODCP
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Sojourner Recovery513-868-7654Sojourners Recovery Services embraces our role as being an essential part of the overall healthcare system. With the COVID-19 pandemic, we are still open to provide services and are ready to assist you on your path to recovery. Call 513-868-7654 or we offer walk-in Assessments at 1430 University Blvd Hamilton, Ohio 45011, Monday through Friday from 8:00a.m. to 2:00 p.m.Offers Buprenorphine (Suboxone® and Subtex®), Naltrexone (Vivitrol®), and Campral®. Does take some private insurance and Medicaid; all patients will have a copay. Monday through Thursday from 8:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. services include individual sessions, group counseling, family counseling, crisis intervention, and case management. Pre-Contemplation services, Non-Intensive Outpatient services, Intensive Outpatient services, Residential services, Recovery Housing, Vivitrol is not offered same day as Intensive Outpatient services. 3/24/20Ashley Withers NKYODCP
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State Line Treatment513-367-4444Call 513-367-4444Offers Suboxone, Assessment, Individual Counseling, Group Counseling and education sessions, Family Sessions
and Case Management Services. Take Ohio Medicaid only. Hours Monday-Friday: 8am to 4:30 pm
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Sunrise Treatment513-941-4999We will be utilizing telemedicine as much as we can to minimize time in the treatment center. Please be patient as our office staff works to coordinate your visit.Call or fill out intake request for at https://www.sunrisetreatmentcenter.net/intakeServices
OFFICE BASED OPIOID TREATMENT (OBOT)-
OPIATE TREATMENT PROGRAM (OTP)- This medication-assisted treatment (MAT) program is comprised of weekly counseling visits in addition to monthly visits with the medical provider.
INTENSIVE OUTPATIENT PROGRAM (IOP) - This is strictly a voluntary program involving 2.5 hour group sessions 4 times a week. The addition of an hour-long, weekly individual session counselor and monthly physician visits helps ensure success on the road to recovery.
PREGNANCY- Our physicians have extensive experience working with pregnant women with opiate use disorder, and carefully monitor and adjust treatment medications to match the needs to the moms and babies as they go through advancing trimesters.

Offers Suboxone office based opioid treatment, opiate treatment program, and intensive outpatient program (voluntary, 4 sessions a week 2.5 hrs. per session), as well as pregnancy services. Takes Aetna MyCare, Anthem, Buckeye, Buckeye Marketplace, CareSource, Humana, Medicare, Ohio Medicaid, Molina, Molina Marketplace, ODJFS, Paramount, Paramount Marketplace, UHC Community Health, and UHC Commercial. Pricing (based on insurance) Initial visit is $400 Weekly Office Visit = $45 (based on the number of weeks since your last visit) 1 week = $45, 2 weeks = $90, 3 weeks = $135, 4 weeks = $180, On-site urine drug testing = $10.
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TransitionsCassidy Lekanclekan@transitionsky.org859-431-4435Accepting patients, using additional pre-screening and can only come for intake from 8am-6pm Monday-Friday

Outpatient: Discontinuing classes; working on getting telehealth up and running will email as soon as it is ready(passed along all Care Coordinator Email Addresses)
Call or walk in!Counseling, group and individual therapy, case management services, education cirriculum3/24/20Ashley Withers NKYODCP
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Trihealth513-489-6011Effective March 16, 2020, at 8 a.m.
NO VISITORS will be admitted into any clinical setting, with the following exceptions:

Patients nearing end of life may have visitors.
A patient delivering a baby (sibling restrictions in place) may have a single visitor.
All visitors must be recorded in the COVID-19 Command Center.
For the allowed exceptions, these rules apply:

No visitors who have recently traveled outside the country are allowed in the building.
No one with symptoms of COVID-19 are allowed in patient care areas (fever, cough, respiratory symptoms).
All visitors must check in at nurse’s stations and use hand sanitizer upon entry of the patient care area.
No minors are allowed inside the hospital.
Making a Referral
1. Call the Good Samaritan (513 569 6116) or Blue Ash (513 489 6011) intake office to notify us of the referral for either intensive outpatient or continuing care.

2. Please fax (Good Samaritan: 513 569 6110, Blue Ash: 513 489 1526) the following documents that comply with our admission policy and for treatment planning purposes:

Diagnostic assessment with DSM-V five Axes completed; Medical History and Physical when available
Discharge Summary and Plan
Insurance coverage information including phone numbers of authorizing entity and 3rd party payer, and communications with them including status of authorization for our next level of care
Consent form for exchanging patient information with the TriHealth Alcohol and Drug Treatment Program
3. Have the patient follow up with a call to the intake office for an orientation to the program and to make arrangements for the admission to the program.
Treatment Program: Group sessions are held Monday, Wednesday and Thursday. Day and evening intensive outpatient services are held at our Good Samaritan and Blue Ash facilities.

Day: 9 a.m. to noon.*
Evening: 6 p.m. to 9 p.m.
*Wednesdays at Good Samaritan: 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. MAT: can include medication-assisted treatment. In some cases, we prescribe medications to patients to treat mild to moderate withdrawal symptoms on an outpatient basis, and/or assist with recovery. Continuing Care: One year of volunteer-led continuing care is provided at the Good Samaritan and Blue Ash locations at no additional cost. The support group meets once a week. Family Program: TriHealth's Family Program is for patients' family members and loved ones. Anyone who cares about someone struggling with alcohol and/or drug addiction is affected by the disorder, and can help.

Family support increases the chances of recovery for the patient.
Active, intentional self-care is the foundation of the family’s support for their loved one.
Improvement of communication skills is a key to recovery.
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