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Drug and Alcohol Addiction Treatment Centers in Richmond, Kentucky

If illicit or prescription drug abuse is impacting your work and home life, Richmond has some top-rated drug abuse facilities to help you, your spouse or your child. Whether addicted to Palladone, opioids, painkillers or alcohol, we can help you connect with rehabilitation to get the best help available. You can even find executive or executive treatment in Richmond to make rehabilitation as easy as possible.

Treatment Centers near Richmond, KY

Liberty Place Apartments
309 Spangler Drive Richmond, KY 40475
4.0
(7)
Ethan Health
1621-1623 Foxhaven Drive Richmond, KY 40475
4.9
(7)
Bluegrass Alcohol Counseling
236 East Main Street Richmond, KY 40475
New Vista
411 Gibson Lane Richmond, KY 40475
Center for Behavioral Health - Richmond
1018 Ival James Boulevard Richmond, KY 40475
The Schwartz Center, a New Vista Residential Substance Use Program
3479 Buckhorn Drive Lexington, KY 40515
- 12 Miles Away
BHG Berea Treatment Center
1000 Ace Drive Berea, KY 40403
- 12 Miles Away
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Latest Reviews of Rehabs in Kentucky

Liberty Place Recovery Center for Women

They let me go to school and get my GED. They set up counselors for me for child abuse I had experienced growing up. They all together offered a lot more then rehab for drug addiction. They changed my life, even though this is a spirtial program, not a religious program I have a better and closer contact with my higher power, which is GOD

- Tammie
5 out of 5
Richmond, KY

Ethan Health

I think Ethan Health is a great place to go to get involved in recovery. I think IOP would be more effective. If it was taught by someone who has been through addiction.

- Christopher
5 out of 5
Richmond, KY