BrightView is a comprehensive addiction treatment center. We provide outpatient treatment and care for patients who are battling drug or alcohol addiction. Our evidence-based approach is effective and incorporates medication-assisted treatment (MAT), along with individual counseling, group therapy, social service support, and work on co-occurring disorders.
UK HealthCare is the system of hospitals and clinics of the University of Kentucky. But it is so much more. It is 9,000 people – physicians, nurses, pharmacists, and other health care professionals – all dedicated to providing the most advanced, most effective care available, not just in Kentucky but anywhere.
FAHE supports leadership, housing, education, health/wellbeing, and economic opportunities in Kentucky/Appalachia.
The Kentucky Harm Reduction Coalition (KyHRC) improves the public health of Kentuckians by reducing overdoses, overdose deaths, and the transmission of blood-borne diseases such as HIV and HCV.
The Louisville Metro Department of Public Health and Wellness (LMPHW) is an independent, academic health department under the leadership of Dr. Sarah Moyer.
The Morton Center is an intensive outpatient drug and alcohol rehabilitation center in Louisville, KY.
YPR envisions a world where all young people have the resources they need to thrive in recovery from addiction to drugs and alcohol.
The Vision of KIRP is to enhance the health, safety, and well being of all people in the Commonwealth of Kentucky by addressing high risk behaviors, providing comprehensive education, and expanding state of the art medical care for persons with HIV.
The Revolution in Counseling works to treat problems at their core to enable real and sustainable change. We primarily specialize in treating Substance Addictions, Co-Dependency, Families with Addiction, Trauma, Anxiety, PTSD, Sex Addiction, and Personality Disorders. We utilize an array of advanced therapeutic interventions to facilitate change.
AA: Alcoholics Anonymous is a fellowship of people who come together to solve their drinking problem. A.A.’s primary purpose is to help alcoholics to achieve sobriety.
Feed Louisville are a seasoned street outreach team partnered with local chefs + restaurants taking hot meals directly to people experiencing homelessness and food insecurity.
Harm Reduction Works is a peer-led mutual aid support group. A safe place to talk about drug use and learn about Harm Reduction.
The Healing Place truly is where hope is found. Every day, we provide food, shelter, clothing, and our nationally-recognized recovery program to nearly 1,000 men and women at no cost to the client. All a person has to have is a desire to get sober. We want there to be no barriers to recovery.
Living Free's mission is to help individuals, families and communities dealing with life-challenging life-controlling problems find wholeness in Christ.
Give For Good Louisville supports a group of nonprofit, educational, and religious organizations that represent our community’s priorities – they see vital needs that aren’t otherwise being met, develop forward-thinking solutions and take the initiative to make positive change.
Debra’s House of Louisville provides high end housing that exceeds national standards to empower women in recovery or who have felony drug convictions that would be homeless.
SOS for Addictions was founded by Kimberly Hinkel to provide a safe haven for individuals and families who are battling addiction. They provide individuals and families struggling with addiction the opportunity to search for and connect with professionals and service providers. It’s our mission to foster hope. You are not alone.
For more than 70 years, the Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation has been at the forefront of providing lifesaving, compassionate care and specialized services to help people from all walks of life get to feeling like their best self.
The Hope Buss is a 501(c)(3) organization focused on empowering families and individuals to reimagine our community, by working alongside them to build HOPE-based infrastructure and create sustainable resources.
Kentucky Recovery offers an environment where you will feel listened to, cared for, and thoroughly supported. We are here to help erase the stigma surrounding the harm reduction model of treatment.
Recovery Cafe - Lexington is a peer-led, peer-run community space for you to build recovery relationships and find supportive resources. RCLex isn't the type of café that sells sandwiches or lattés; we're a gathering space for folks on a recovery journey and our allies.
SLAA: Sex and Love Addicts Anonymous is a Twelve Step, Twelve Tradition oriented fellowship based on the model pioneered by Alcoholics Anonymous.
Addiction Recovery Care (ARC) operates a network of 36 licensed, CARF-accredited addiction treatment centers in Eastern and Central Kentucky. The organization, headquartered in Louisa, Kentucky, offers a full continuum of care including detox, residential, transitional, intensive outpatient, outpatient, medically assisted treatment (MAT), vocational rehabilitation, and job training.
New Leaf Clinic provides patients with access to life-changing therapy, along with caring healthcare professionals, dedicated to their treatment.
MARA International: Medication-Assisted Recovery Anonymous is a support group of people who believe in the value of medication as a means to recovery.
Faces & Voices of Recovery is dedicated to organizing and mobilizing the over 23 million Americans in recovery from addiction to alcohol and other drugs, our families, friends and allies into recovery community organizations and networks, to promote the right and resources to recover through advocacy, education and demonstrating the power and proof of long-term recovery.
People Advocating Recovery (PAR) was founded as Kentucky’s statewide recovery community organization in 2002, gaining non-profit status in 2006. People in recovery and allies had been coming together in the state as part of Join Together’s Demand Treatment project and developed an Angel’s Program to provide outreach to people in emergency rooms because of addiction-related issues.
Change Today, Change Tomorrow is a Black woman led non-profit organization in Louisville, KY. Turn Your Excess into Access! Please help us change lives around Louisville, KY.
KORE: The Kentucky Opioid Response Effort (KORE) seeks to expand and sustain a comprehensive, equitable recovery-oriented system of care to end the opioid epidemic that has reached into every community in Kentucky.