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Kentucky Treatment Centers

Kentucky AA Meetings

Louisville AA – For individuals looking for Alcoholics Anonymous support and 12 step recovery in Louisville, Kentucky.

Lexington Kentucky AA – Alcoholics Anonymous meetings in the Lexington, Kentucky area.

AA South Lexington Kentucky – Alcoholics Anonymous meetings and twelve step support groups in the Southern Lexington area of Kentucky, helping alcoholics and their families.

Bowling Green AA – The Bowling Green chapter of AA providing supportive care for those in recovery from alcoholism.

Frankfort KY Area AA – Find local Alcoholics Anonymous meetings and support for alcohol addiction recovery in the Frankfort, Kentucky area.

Al-Anon Family Groups

The local Al-Anon family groups provide supportive care for the family members and loved ones of those who suffer from alcoholism.  Al-Anon is a specialized 12-step program of recovery that focuses on helping others heal from the pain caused by a loved one’s addiction to alcohol.

Al-Anon / Alateen South Kentucky

Al-Anon Louisville / Lexington KY

Mental Health Services

Various mental health services divisions can be found throughout the state of Kentucky providing supportive treatment, care and referrals to those suffering from mental health conditions such as anxiety, depression, schizophrenia and substance abuse problems.  The following resources are available to provide mental health services and treatment in Kentucky:

Mental Health America of Kentucky

Kentucky Department for Behavioral Health

Four Rivers Behavioral Health

Rivendell Behavioral Health

Lincoln Trail Behavioral Health System

Anonymous Groups

Kentucky NA – Narcotics Anonymous meeting in Kentucky to help those suffering from a wide range of drug addictions and substance abuse disorders.

Louiville NA – For those who are ready to seek help for substance abuse in the Louisville area of Kentucky.

South Central Kentucky AA – Narcotics Anonymous meetings taking place in the Southern area of Kentucky.

Marijuana Anonymous Kentucky – 12 step recovery for those suffering from marijuana addiction in the Kentucky area.

Lexington SAA – Sex Addicts Anonymous local chapter in Lexington, Kentucky providing helpful support for those suffering from sexual addiction.

Kentucky Helplines

The following local, toll-free helplines are available to provide immediate support or care for various crisis including abuse, victim services, rape, suicide and battery.  Don’t be afraid to call for help, operators are available to assist you 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Health Department HIV/AIDS Hotline – call (502) 564-6539 x2

Abuse Hotline – call 877-KYSAFE1

HIV/AIDS Hotline – call 800-420-7431

Child Abuse/Adult Abuse – call 800-752-6200

Rape Crisis Hotline – call 800-422-1060

Suicide Prevention – call 800-273-TALK

Treatment & Detox Guide

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