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Lincoln Trail Behavioral Health System

3909 South Wilson Road, Radcliff, Kentucky, 40160
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About Lincoln Trail Behavioral Health System

The Adult Chemical Dependency Inpatient Program at Lincoln Trail Behavioral Health System is highly structured for adults over the age of 18 with a need for supervised detoxification or for a recovery program. The philosophy of the Adult Chemical Dependency Program centers on the Living in Balance Model. This model heavily focuses on relapse prevention and provides numerous opportunties for improvement with daily living skills through extensive group sessions. Living in Balance helps patients to discover areas of life they have neglected through addiction and gives them the resources to live a sober life.

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Daina
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I would recommend this facility to anyone they have the best staff you see a Dr everyday they try to deal with underlying issues causing people's issues. there's still life out there start here
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Joshua
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WORST PLACE EVER...
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Lucia
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I attended during a really depressive episode although most of the staff were kind, it genuinely felt like a prison. The night I got home I had a week of nightmares thinking I was still there.
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JT
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this place is horrible. I would not recommend sending your child here if they are suicidal or fo drugs.
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WEB
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They made him worse than when he was before.I would beg someone else not to go to this place