Addiction recoverY program

OUTPATIENT

Revive Outpatient Center

The Revive Outpatient Center will assist persons in developing and maintaining coping skills that facilitate adjustment and integration within their living environment and community. Clients and family members will be empowered to make decisions about their care with the expected outcome of an increased quality of life. By staying true to our core values of dynamic recovery, inward journey, restored lives, and life-long wholeness, we aim to create a plan that is right for the individual, ensuring they have the access to the type of treatment they need most.

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PROGRAM DETAILS

Six weeks of our Intensive Outpatient Program. This may or may not include Medication Assisted Treatment(MAT) depending on the individual’s needs. Program services include group and individual clinical sessions, Peer Support, 12 step meetings and Targeted Case Management services.

Phase 1 of our Outpatient Program from 6 weeks to 4 months. This includes continued MAT if needed, individual clinical sessions, continued Peer Support and 12 step meetings, and Targeted Case Management. 

Phase 2 of our Outpatient Program from 4+ months. Services are tapered off as the client continues to work towards sobriety. Clients continuer their personal journey of sobriety as they create and sustain relationships, employment, and dynamic recovery. Personal sponsors for Peer Support are required until month 6, 12 step meetings are still required, and licensed clinicians and Targeted Case Management services will be available if needed.

Our mission is simple. We are a beautiful people-centered, life giving addiction treatment center in Central KY, where the overdose mortality rate has increased over 50%. We treat over 400 clients per year through our dynamic recovery programs that now serve both male and female clients. We do this by creating a safe and welcoming environment where persons suffering from Substance Use Disorder (SUD) can find help, freedom and purpose for their lives. We are so grateful for this unique opportunity to bring awareness to this vital work.