Treatment Programs For Substance Abuse In Louisville Kentucky

Treating addiction and remaining sober takes a lifetime of commitment on the part of the addict and include major lifestyle adjustments and behavioral adaptations. A successful addiction treatment plan must address the disease as well as the underlying factors contributing to the addiction.

Dual Diagnosis Treatment

Dual diagnosis is a clinical term referring a mental health disorder coupled with a chemical dependency or substance abuse problem. It is also referred to as a co-occurring disorder, as both disorders occur simultaneously. The disorders must be treated together, since both are intertwined and affect each other.

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Depression Therapy

Also known as a major depressive disorder or clinical depression, depression causes symptoms that affect how one feels, thinks, and copes with everyday life. Eating, sleeping, working, social interaction—all aspects of life can be affected by depression. Depression is one of the most common mental health disorders in the U.S.

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Mental Health

At our mental health treatment program in Louisville, Kentucky, a person’s mental health and well-being is our top priority. A mental illness is a condition that affects someone's feeling, thinking or mood. These conditions may affect someone's ability to relate to others and function every day. Everyone will have different experiences, even people with the same diagnosis.

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PTSD Therapy

Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) can happen to anyone. A number of factors can increase the chance that someone will have PTSD, many of which are not under that person’s control. PTSD can be a serious disorder and if left untreated can begin to worsen and cause more health complications, that is why it is crucial to seek professional help like the kind we offer here at our PTSD Therapy In Louisville, Kentucky.

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Medication-Assisted Treatment

Opioid overdoses are the leading cause of accidental death in the United States, killing more people than motor vehicle accidents and falls do each year. Every single day, 130 people die from opioid overdoses. The use of illicit opioids like heroin is never safe in any manner, while the use of prescription opioids like OxyContin can be used safely if taken as directed. However, that does not mean that people do not abuse prescription painkillers in conjunction with illicit opioids.

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Addiction Treatment for Military Members

When a military service member returns home from his or her deployment, even when it’s a stint in an undisputed part of the world, he or she is at risk of developing physical and mental health issues as a result of their experiences. Some might call this “just part of the job,” but the development of such issues can have dangerous, even fatal, consequences.

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There is not a one-size-fits-all approach to addiction treatment. We understand that each patient has different needs and challenges when it comes to addiction and mental health, so our treatment plans are customized and tailored to meet those individual needs.


Our friendly and helpful admissions coordinators will be on-hand to help answer any questions you have about treatment. They are happy to provide a free health benefits check and help you understand exactly what your insurance covers and what out-of-pocket expenses are likely. JourneyPure Louisville currently offers an Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) and an Outpatient Treatment Program (OP).


We utilize the best in evidence-based addiction treatment to ensure our clients are receiving the latest and most successful methods available. Behavioral therapies are incorporated into weekly individual and group settings to help patients modify destructive behaviors associated with drug or alcohol abuse and develop the coping mechanisms needed to remain abstinent post-treatment. Some of these therapies include Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT).


We take a holistic approach to addiction treatment, ensuring that each patient is cared for physically, emotionally and spiritually while spending time with us. We believe healing from the wounds of addiction means not just addressing the addiction itself, but the underlying psychiatric reasons for the addiction.
We also believe that a strong mind and body is better suited for long-term recovery. Sleep, nutrition and exercise – the three pillars of health – are critical pieces to the treatment plan. Mindfulness and meditation exercises help clear the mind, lower stress, increase clarity and instill a sense of calm in our patients.
We also incorporate experiential therapies like exercise, meditation and art therapy into our program. These non-traditional therapies are a great way to tap into some buried feelings and emotions that correlate with the addiction. They also promote team-building and allow patients to slowly regain trust in others. They also challenge the body and mind with new physical activities, which improves self-confidence and self-esteem.

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Addiction doesn’t just affect the addict, but everyone around them. Family members are especially impacted and need a supportive community during this difficult time. Through a session of programming every Wednesday afternoon, family members take part in educational groups and therapeutic activities.
Our goal is to educate about the disease of addiction to help people understand the “why” behind the addiction and how it leads to destructive behavior. and to provide the tools for healthy communication. There are strong feelings and emotions on both sides for the patient and family members, which can lead to tension, fighting, or even separation. With the proper communication tools, both can learn to express their truest feelings in a more constructive way.


If you are ready for treatment in Louisville, we are ready for you. Our friendly staff, many of whom are also in recovery, are highly trained to deliver the best in addiction treatment. Contacts JourneyPure Louisville for a free consultation.

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