Help Is Available


If your “Give Me A Reason” SalivaScan drug testing kit produced a positive result, or you are experiencing a substance-abuse issue within your home, help is available.

Help Lines  |  Knott County  |  Laurel County  |  Leslie County  |  McCreary County  |  Pulaski County  |  Rockcastle County  |  Treatment Options  |  Casey’s Law  

 

Help Lines

  • Treatment Referral Line – Operation UNITE provides a toll-free number – 1-866-908-6483 – for anyone seeking assistance with a drug addiction. This line is available from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday. Low-income residents of the 5th Congressional District may be eligible for a Treatment Voucher to help cover the costs of residential treatment.
  • Kentucky’s Regional Prevention Centers – A website offered by The Different Faces of Substance Abuse listing contact information and service areas for the state’s 14 Regional Prevention Centers. You may also call their toll-free line – 1-866-213-8739.
  • GetHelpLex.org is a free interactive website that includes information on 130 Kentucky providers. The website, which does not collect information about searches, takes users through a series of questions to help provide a list of treatment services that might be able to help.
  • Parents Toll-Free Helpline – The Partnership at Drugfree.org offers a national toll-free number – 1-855-DRUGFREE (1-855-378-4373) – for parents needing assistance with a substance abuse issue. This line is available from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., Monday through Friday.


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Knott County

  • Beaver Creek Elementary School Resource Center – 606-447-2833
  • Carr Creek Elementary School Resource Center – 606-642-3833
  • Carrie Community Center (Carrie NA meeting), Tuesday at 7 p.m. – Robin Fugate, 606-785-9285
  • Emmalena Elementary School Resource Center – 606-251-3651
  • Hindman Elementary School Resource Center – 606-785-5872
  • James Still Learning Center (Lifeline program), Monday and Thursday at 7 p.m. – Jim Phelps, 606-785-2876
  • Jones Fork Elementary School Resource Center – 606-946-2132
  • Kentucky River Community Care (counseling for youth and adults) – 606-785-3556 x2000
  • Knott County Central High School Resource Center – 606-785-3166
  • Knott County Garage (Survivors Meeting), Sunday, Tuesday and Friday at 7 p.m. – Robin Slone, 606-276-1939
  • Knott County Human Services Building (Staying Alive NA meeting), Wednesday at 7 p.m. – Robin Fugate, 606-785-9285
  • Knott County Judicial Center (NA meeting), Thursday at 9 a.m. and Noon –
  • Knott Drug Abuse Council (Referrals & Treatment information) – Amber Combs, 606-785-5503
  • Victory Baptist Church (Hope In Hindman NA meeting), Monday and Saturday at 7 p.m. – Delilah Hall, 606-276-7089 or Pastor Reggie Hall, 606-216-3625


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Laurel County

  • Capers (CRBH), 175 East Peachtree Street, Corbin, 606-526-9459
  • Compass Adolescent Residential Treatment Center, 225 North Laurel Road, London, 606-877-9999
  • Cumberland River Behavioral Health (CRBH), 915 North Laurel Road, Pittsburg, 606-862-2104.
    Crisis Line 1-800-273-8255
  • Cumberland River Behavioral Health (CRBH), 1203 American Greeting Road, Corbin, 606-528-7010
  • Trillium Center @ Baptist Health, 1 Trillium Way, Corbin, 1-800-395-4435
  • Turning Point (CRBH), 2932 Level Green Road, Corbin, 606-528-1626


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Leslie County


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McCreary County

  • Adanta, U.S. Highway 27, Whitley City, 606-376-2466
  • Intrust Healthcare, South Fork Center, Whitley City, 606-376-2222
  • Phoenix Preferred Care, 20 Main Street, Whitley City, 606-376-5080
  • Somerset Mental Health, 510 Highway 1651, Whitley City, 606-376-5733


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Pulaski County

  • Adanta – 606-679-7348
  • Catalyst – 606-451-1936
  • Eagle Heights Baptist Church, The Landing (Celebrate Recovery for Teens) – Meetings on Thursdays, 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm, 606-677-9220
  • Intrust Healthcare – 606-676-0638
  • Necco Behavioral Health – 606-772-1030
  • Phoenix Preferred Care, Inc. – 606-451-9379
  • SAFY – 606-679-1815
  • Somerset Mental Health – 606-679-6995
  • Southwestern High School Youth Services Center – 606-451-8803
  • Windows of Discovery – 606-678-9183
  • The Ridge Behavioral Health System – Inpatient and Outpatient Services for Adolescents, 859-268-6474 or 1-800-753-4673


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Rockcastle County

  • Brodhead Elementary School Family Resource & Youth Service Center – 606-758-8515
  • Cumberland Valley District Health Department, Rockcastle – 606-256-2242
  • Mt. Vernon Elementary School Family Resource & Youth Service Center – 606-256-5173 or 606-256-2953
  • Rockcastle County Academy for Academic Achievement (RCAAA) – 606-256-3846
  • Rockcastle County High School Family Resource & Youth Service Center – 606-256-4818 or 606-256-4816
  • Rockcastle County Middle School Family Resource & Youth Service Center – 606-256-5484 or 606-256-5118
  • Roundstone Elementary School Family Resource & Youth Service Center – 606-256-2235


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Treatment Options

  • On-Line Provider Directory – An interactive map offered by the Kentucky Cabinet for Health and Family Services where you may select by county, health plan and provider type.
  • Juvenile Treatment Options In Kentucky Pdf icon – A single-page document listing 7 juvenile treatment providers in Kentucky.
  • Recovery Kentucky Centers – A website listing contact information for the 7 adult men’s and 7 adult women’s recovery facilities operated as a joint effort by the Department for Local Government (DLG), the Department of Corrections, and Kentucky Housing Corporation (KHC).
  • Kentucky Treatment Facilities – A website providing a comprehensive listing of treatment centers in Kentucky (and other states) provided by the National Substance Abuse Index.


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Casey’s Law

  • Casey’s Law – A website with details about Kentucky’s involuntary treatment act for those who suffer from the disease of addiction.

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Appalachia
“Give Me A Reason” was launched in August 2014 as a drug prevention initiative of the Appalachia High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area (AHIDTA) and Operation UNITE.