If you find you’re unable to control your intake of drugs or alcohol but residential rehab isn’t an option for you, outpatient addiction treatment is ideal. It’s also the logical next step down from inpatient treatment.

It can be quite a shock to go from the structure and support of residential addiction treatment straight back to normal life. Experts tend to recommend that you continue to attend therapy and gradually reduce the time spent under medical supervision.

No matter what stage of addiction you’re at or how long you’ve been using substances, you can overcome addiction. Call Brookside Treatment today at 606-653-1505 to find out more.

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Brookside Outpatient Treatment

286 US-23 N Prestonsburg, KY 41653

606-653-1505

ASSESSMENT

When you first come into the Brookside Treatment center, you’ll meet with one of our friendly doctors. They’ll perform a thorough medical examination and ask questions about your medical history to determine your precise situation. This process allows us to develop a treatment plan that’s customized to your unique circumstances and needs.

Detox

If the doctor deems it necessary, you’ll start with a detoxification program to purge the toxins from your body. This is a gentle program that prepares you physically and mentally for the therapy and guidance you receive in rehab. Substances significantly cloud your judgment, so it’s crucial that you get the care you need with a clear mind.

Remember, detox is just preparation for rehab. Clearing your body of substances is only a temporary solution that doesn’t address the underlying issues. Severe substance use disorders might require a stay in an inpatient facility. However, for many people, outpatient treatment is the most viable option.

Outpatient Rehab

During outpatient addiction treatment, you spend around three hours a day attending group and individual therapy sessions, up to six days a week. You’ll spend time learning about addiction and why it affects people and go into detail with a counselor about how to develop new, healthy coping mechanisms.

Aftercare

Rehab isn’t the end of the recovery journey. Most people who achieve long-term sobriety continue attending some form of treatment for at least two years, if not indefinitely. You can participate in general outpatient rehab for an hour a week, attend free AA or NA meetings — or both. Recovery is an ongoing process, and it’s best to get as much help and support as you can.

OUTPATIENT ADDICTION TREATMENT IN KENTUCKY

At Brookside Treatment, we can help you with a broad range of substance use disorders and co-occurring mental health conditions, including:

  • Heroin
  • Fentanyl
  • Prescription opiates
  • Benzodiazepines
  • Cocaine
  • Alcohol
  • Crystal meth

Prestonsburg, Kentucky, is home to the Mountain Arts Center, where patrons can enjoy music concerts, exhibitions and other cultural delights. The area has a variety of museums and historical sites and boasts a lovely seasonal climate. However, Floyd County harbors regions that are severely affected by the US opioid crisis. Brookside Treatment is an outpatient drug rehab in Prestonsburg, Kentucky, for anyone struggling with drug or alcohol addiction.

Call us today at 606-653-1505 for more information about how to get the help you need for a substance use disorder.

ADDICTION STATISTICS IN PRESTONSBURG

Prestonsburg and the entire East Kentucky area have the highest drug overdose rates in the whole United States. To make matters worse, Floyd County has the fifth-highest drug overdose burden index score in Kentucky. This score represents a combination of drug overdose fatalities, drug-related arrests and drug-related hospitalization rates.

The most frequently abused substances in Prestonsburg include heroin, fentanyl, benzodiazepines, alcohol and prescription opiates.

Although these statistics might seem intimidating, help is at hand. Addiction is a disease, and we’ve developed a variety of practical ways of treating it over the last few decades. Outpatient alcohol rehab paved the way for effective outpatient drug rehab in Prestonsburg, Kentucky. If you’re struggling with a substance use disorder but still need to stay at home and tend to your responsibilities, it’s the perfect treatment path.

If you’re ready to seek professional help for addiction in Prestonsburg, click here to start the admissions process or call Brookside Treatment today to speak to an admissions counselor.
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INCREASED RISK OF HIV AND HEPATITIS C IN FLOYD COUNTY

The opioid epidemic isn’t just dangerous for its direct impact on a person’s physical and mental health. It has the unfortunate side effect of increasing a person’s risk of HIV or hepatitis. Out of the entire country, the CDC has ranked Floyd County as the 10th most at-risk of HIV or hepatitis C outbreaks.

This additional risk adds an extra level of urgency to seeking treatment if you’re struggling with addiction. Prescription drugs are often gateway substances to more potent ones such as heroin or fentanyl.

SUBSTANCE USE DISORDER RESOURCES IN PRESTONSBURG

Alcoholics Anonymous in Prestonsburg

AA has been helping individuals overcome addiction for nearly 100 years. It’s still one of the most effective ways of finding a support network that can take you through the entire recovery process for free. At Brookside Treatment, we recommend that all our alumni continue to attend weekly AA meetings once they’ve completed a rehab program.

Mountain Comprehensive Care Center
40 Greenhouse Lane
Prestonsburg, KY 41653
800-422-1060

Changing Lives Group
304 Central Street
Cumberland, KY 40823

Narcotics Anonymous in Floyd County

If you struggle with an addiction to drugs such as crystal meth, heroin, cocaine and benzodiazepines, you can meet people going through similar experiences at NA. This free-to-attend group is a subset of AA that started in 1953. It uses the 12 steps to help people suffering from an addiction face up to their illness in a safe space.

First Presbyterian Church
1430 North Lake Drive
Prestonsburg, KY 41653-1293

Al-Anon in Prestonsburg

Family members of people who struggle with their relationship with drugs and alcohol can attend Al-Anon groups to meet like-minded people. Addiction is often called a family disease because it takes a severe toll on the people who love the individual affected. It causes people to behave in ways you probably wouldn’t have been able to imagine before. These groups help you to learn how to understand their behavior without blaming yourself or harboring resentment.

Mountain Comprehensive Care
104 South Front Street
Prestonsburg, KY 41653

General Outpatient Therapy

No matter what stage of addiction you’re at or how long you’ve been using substances, you can overcome addiction. Call Brookside Treatment today to find out more.

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