If you have a substance abuse problem, the most important step you can take is to get help.
Four Rivers Behavioral Health offers a variety of substance abuse programs for both Adults and adolescents. The Center for Specialized Addiction Services also provides outpatient care for those with a substance abuse problem. Services can include individual or group therapy as well as a comprehensive assessment before treatment begins to determine the services that would be most beneficial.Four Rivers Behavioral Health programs are billable to most insurance companies. We will work with your insurance provider to determine what services are covered.
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We offer outpatient substance abuse treatment at our main office in downtown Paducah, the William H. Fuller Center in Mayfield and our Lakes Center in Murray.Contact Us
Substance Use Disorder Crisis Stabilization
Four Rivers Behavioral Health offers emergency services 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Emergency crisis intervention is provided through our Crisis Line at 800.592.3980. In addition, we offer a specialized Crisis Stabilization services for Substance Use Disorder. This 5 – 7 day program gives participants time to heal and decide on a next step. Treatment for Substance Use Disorder is covered under most insurance plans. We will work with your provider to determine what services are covered. If you do not have insurance, services may be available at a discounted rate. We will be happy to work with you to help make payment arrangements. For more information about Substance Use Disorder Crisis Stabilization or any of our other Substance Use Disorder treatment options, contact Four Rivers Behavioral Health at 270.442.7121 or visit the company’s website at www.4RBH.org.
Crisis Options for You and Your Family to Consider
Four Rivers Behavioral Health operates a Crisis Stabilization Unit as part of our Fuller Center campus in Mayfield, KY.
When there is a substance abuse crisis, individuals and their families are overwhelmed and often do not know what to do next.
Don’t let this crisis go unanswered or assume it won’t happen again. There are several options available and we encourage you take action and develop a next step plan. As part of that next step plan, you may choose to talk to our Rapid Response Team. The team includes a Clinical Practitioner and a Peer Support Specialist who can speak with you, even in an emergency room setting, and help review recovery options, including our crisis unit.
FRBH programs do not offer medical detoxification as part of our treatment options.
Some people may require medical detox before they can enter a treatment program.
Substance Use Disorder
Crisis Stabilization Unit
A 5 – 7 day program designed to introduce clients to substance use disorder treatment
and stabilize clients after a crisis.
Fuller Center Residential Treatment
A 28 day co-ed residential program where residents begin to look at the underlying causes for their addiction and begin treatment.
CenterPoint Recovery Center for Men
A 6 month residential program of intense substance use disorder treatment including a
12-step component along with individual and group counseling.
Intensive Outpatient Treatment
A structured non-residential treatment program that includes group and individual therapy along with medically assisted treatment when appropriate.
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We know from experience that recovery is stronger than addiction. For more than 50 years, we’ve helped men, women, teens, families, and communities find freedom from addiction.
CenterPoint Recovery Center for Men
CenterPoint is a Recovery Kentucky men’s substance abuse treatment program. It is a peer-driven community that includes a transitional phase back into society.Learn More
William H. Fuller Center
The William H. Fuller Center is committed to providing the best possible care for clients with substance abuse disorders and for clients with substance abuse disorders in conjunction with other mental health concerns.Learn More