Substance Use Services

Substance Use services are available to individuals who are experiencing difficulties with alcohol, drug and/or other substances.  A Pennyroyal Center Substance Use Therapist will complete an assessment specific to determine the appropriate level of treatment which can include individual, group, intensive outpatient, and/or residential services.  Pennyroyal Center also provides various court ordered services for DUI, drug court and other court ordered services.

KY Kids Recovery Program

KY Kids Recovery Program is set up to reduce substance use among the youth of the Pennyroyal Region (Caldwell, Christian, Crittenden, Hopkins, Lyon, Muhlenberg, Todd, and Trigg Counties), using evidence-based treatment practices and preventative strategies for at-risk youth.  Services within the KY Kids program include intensive individual and family therapy provided in the clinic, at school, or in home depending on the identified needs as well as intensive case management services.

MAT Clinic (Medication Assisted Treatment)

The program consists of short term intensive outpatient medication assisted treatment.  Treatment is provided in three phases consisting of individual therapy, group therapy, case management and medication management.  Individuals are required to attend recommended treatment with the long-term goal to change addictive behaviors and sustain recovery without medication assistance.  Following completion, clients will be linked to behavioral health and community based supportive services to assist in promoting the client’s long term recovery.

DUI Program

DUI Services are available for any person convicted of driving under the influence, DUI, in the State of Kentucky.  Completion of a Kentucky DUI assessment by Certified DUI Program Administrator is required to determine appropriate level of care.  DUI services include group treatment services primarily for multi-offenders along with Prime for Life, an educational group specific for first time offenders.  Services for persons with a DUI under 21 conviction are also available through Zero Tolerance treatment services.