Located in Louisville, Kentucky, Our Lady of Peace Outpatient is a drug and alcohol treatment facility and behavioral health hospital offering a Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP) and an Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) through KentuckyOne Health. Programs for adults and adolescents suffering from chemical dependency and co-occurring disorders are available in a variety of intensities.
Treatment and Staff
All programs utilize evidence-based therapies, such as CBT and DBT, as well as relapse prevention, Motivational Interviewing (MI) and family therapy. PRIME for Life is a prevention and intervention option and is available in addition to traditional 12-step groups. Clients undergo an initial assessment so that an individualized treatment plan may be designed.
The PHP is geared towards clients with dual diagnosis or who suffer from more severe mental illness. This group meets Monday through Friday from 9 am to 1:30 pm. The IOP is designed for substance abuse treatment only and is offered Monday through Friday from 9 am to 12 pm or from 5:30 to 8:30 pm.
Staff consists of CADCs, LPCs and LCSWs, all of whom are overseen by a psychiatrist. As the facility is located in a hospital, there are plenty of MDs on-site as well in the case of a medical emergency.
Free assessments are available through the facility’s referral office and outpatient clients who complete any of the programs receive six months of free aftercare consisting of weekly group meetings for continued support.
In addition to substance abuse treatment for adults, PHP and IOP are also available for children and adolescents suffering from depression, anxiety, ADHD, trauma, chemical dependency and other disorders. Electro-Convulsive Therapy (ECT) is also available for those with severe depression, schizophrenia and certain other severe mental disorders. The youth female IOP is a behavioral program geared towards 12 to 18-year old girls demonstrating violent and self-harming behaviors. Crossroads is a youth and adolescent PHP serving both genders between the ages of five and 18 with emotional and behavioral issues. This track provides crisis stabilization and can serve as a step down option. The Peace for Promises IOP is a school-based program using the Seven Challenges that teach teenagers about alternatives to alcohol and drug experimentation.
In extreme cases, emergency psychiatric care is available through the University of Louisville Hospital, where there is an inpatient psych unit. Additionally, Finally, KentuckyOne Health also offers a range of inpatient programs.
Our Lady of Peace Outpatient through KentuckyOne Health is a multi-faceted program complete with a highly-trained staff and a range of treatment modalities. Those with psychiatric disorders who also suffer from chemical dependency can find support as well as children and adolescents who are also struggling. In all, Our Lady of Peace Outpatient is a strong recovery resource for those in the area.
Our Lady of Peace Outpatient
2020 Newburg Rd
Louisville, KY 40205
Our Lady of Peace Outpatient Cost: Varies by insurance, Medicaid accepted. Reach Our Lady of Peace Outpatient by phone at (502) 451-3333 (Assessment and Referral Center) and (502) 451-3330. Find Our Lady of Peace Outpatient via KentuckyOne Health on Facebook
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