KRFDC provides quality outpatient treatment for persons, aged 18 and older with alcohol and/or other substance abuse problems. KRFDC’s Outpatient Substance Abuse Program helps clients understand the concept of addiction as a disease, take responsibility for the consequences of their addiction and be accountable for their recovery, as well as remain abstinent.
KRFDC’s state certified and accredited outpatient program is built on a multi-phase model creating opportunities to achieve and recognize specific goals as a person moves through each level of recovery. The program address denial, powerlessness, unmanageability, and distorted thinking styles. An emphasis is placed on the utilization of twelve-step fellowships to assist clients in achieving and maintaining abstinence from all mood-altering chemicals. Client progress is assessed regularly by clinical staff who develop individualized treatment plans with each client. Clients must meet KRFDC’s Healthcare for the Homeless Guidelines listed below:
Outpatient Services and Components:
- Alcohol and other drug education
- Individualized treatment planning
- Individual counseling sessions
- Relapse prevention
- Access to a variety of resources
- Introduction to 12 Step recovery principles and self-help groups
- Drug screens when required
KRFDC is certified by the State of Kentucky as an Outpatient AODE (Alcohol & Other Drug Entity) Treatment Program. This program is available to persons in Estill and surrounding counties.
Participants can receive a discount with our sliding fee scale program that is based on household size and income. Patients must schedule an appointment with the KRFDC to receive a referral to the program.
To learn more about KRFDC’s Outpatient Substance Abuse Program or to make a referral, call 606/663-9011.