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Outpatient Addiction Help Near Me in South Louisville, KY

**Rehab (treatment) can be local.  CleanSlate offers drug and alcohol addiction treatment on an out-patient basis, right here in town.**

Nearly 21 million people in the United States struggle with addiction, but only 10% of them seek treatment.

Long-term recovery is possible through personalized recovery programs. There are outpatient treatment options in the Louisville South, KY area that can help you on the road to recovery.

If you’ve recently typed “outpatient addiction help near me” into your Internet search bar, don’t worry. We have all the information you need about outpatient programs and how to find the best option for you in the South Louisville area, so keep reading to learn more.

What Is Outpatient Care?

Substance use disorders are a disease that can affect anyone. It doesn’t matter their racial, socioeconomic, and geographic backgrounds. You can find addiction help in a comforting and compassionate environment and you won’t have to disrupt your normal daily routine to get help.

If a patient has severe alcohol and opioid addiction, detox and inpatient treatment is the best option. There are circumstances when a person’s addiction isn’t as intense. Outpatient treatment is a flexible and convenient way to fight against addiction.

Outpatient treatment programs address substance abuse problems. Meetings are scheduled throughout the week, enabling patients to continue with their regular lives and live at home. They are required to check into their treatment programs at specific times for medication and counseling.

A patient will experience different services and therapy formats depending upon the severity of their addiction. The overall focus is on providing the patient with support, counseling, and education. A patient will usually have to spend 10 to 12 hours per week at their local drug addiction facility.

Outpatient treatment can also be a component of a long-term treatment program. Patients will go to outpatient treatment after they have completed an inpatient program. The treatments can last three to six months, sometimes over a year.

What Is Outpatient Detox Like?

Outpatient detox takes less time than inpatient, usually lasting less than seven days. If a patient has mild or moderate withdrawal symptoms, outpatient detox is a great option.

Patients will have to check-in at a local treatment facility or hospital for mental and physical check-ups during the process. Medical professionals can prescribe medications to help deal with symptoms, such as increased heart rate, depression, and anxiety.

Support System for Outpatient Treatment

While in an outpatient program, patients are able to continue working, living at home, and see their friends and family. Meetings are usually held in the early morning or at night. This helps patients maintain their routines.

Narcotics Anonymous (NA) and Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) are a component of outpatient treatment. Those groups help those in recovery stay sober.

Find Outpatient Treatment Programs in South Louisville

For those with a mild to moderate drug addiction, outpatient treatment is a great option. You’re able to get the help you need while still maintaining your life outside of treatment.

Our team at Clean Slate Centers is here to help you recover and heal. We have multiple locations in the South Louisville area. Contact us today.

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6801 Dixie Highway
Ste. 132
Louisville, KY 40258

Phone: 502-657-2701
Fax: 502-614-8215


Monday              9:00 am – 5:00 pm
Tuesday              9:00 am – 5:00 pm
Wednesday        9:00 am – 8:00 pm
Thursday            9:00 am – 5:00 pm
Friday                  9:00 am – 2:00 pm

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Medication-assisted treatment for opioid and alcohol addictions, with individualized treatment plans for each patient.
We treat patients with buprenorphine (Suboxone), naltrexone (Vivitrol), or Subutex for pregnant patients.
Our centers look and feel like a primary care office, with friendly staff to support you.
Each patient is treated with dignity, compassion, and respect in a safe, confidential and non-judgmental environment.
Our Care Coordinators work with other medical and behavioral health providers and assist with patients’ social services needs.
Outpatient appointments available by walk-in or phone.
Telehealth appointments available as appropriate.
We accept Medicare, Medicaid and commercial insurance. We are in-network with most health plans and work with patients to procure coverage when needed.

Our Mission

Our mission at CleanSlate South Louisville, KY drug treatment center is simple: to fight to save the lives of those suffering from an opioid or alcohol addiction and help patients achieve the lives they want and deserve. We offer alcohol and drug rehab through high-quality medication-assisted treatment, using buprenorphine (Suboxone), naltrexone (Vivitrol), or Subutex for pregnant patients. Our drug rehabilitation is provided in a convenient outpatient setting, led by physicians and licensed medical professionals, and is available right in the community of South Louisville, KY. Our center provides a physically safe, compassionate and judgment-free environment in which patients can pursue their recovery.

Combining science with hands-on care, we provide our patients with individualized treatment plans that evolve over time to meet their needs, including psycho-social support and intensive care coordination with a wide network of partners in every community. Through our unique treatment model, CleanSlate brings increased access to people suffering from addiction or opioid and alcohol withdrawal. Drug and alcohol addiction is a chronic brain disease. We use a medically evidence-based approach to treatment, rehab and withdrawal to help our patients on their journey to recovery.