Traumatic Stress & Substance Use Disorders

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Bluegrass.org Y Medicaid, self pay, as well as have a couple of contracts that support patient fees. Tara Stansfield, (859) 227-6459, tcstanfiel@bluegrass.org; Short term residential program in Lexington (Schwartz Center). It serves adults. Adults both genders
Boys & Girls Haven N n/a Josh Swetnam, jswetnam@BOYSHAVEN.ORG; 502.458.1171 x121–Office ; 502.494.1669–Mobile. n/a n/a
CHNKY Y We are credentialed with all of the MCO’s as well as most private insurance companies as well as private pay options Steve Durkee, sdurkee@chnk.org; 859.292.4191 (w) | 859.414.3914 ; Residential, IOP and OP/Aftercare Adolescent, ages 13-18; male and female.
Communicare Y Medicaid, MCOs. Cheryl Tivitt, ctivitt@communicare.org; Trying to  utilize private insurance but no luck so far. Ages 14-18; Adolescents both male and female.
Cumberland River CC Y contracts, Grants, State General Funds, self pay, Insurance, when applicable. Shellie Mills, Shellie.Mills@crccc.org; Office: 606-528-7010 ext. 2041 Crossroads Residential SA Program; Active/open; accepting patients Adult males age 18 and up.
Cumberland River CC Y Contracts, Grants, State General Funds, Medicaid, self pay, Insurance, when applicable. Shellie Mills, Shellie.Mills@crccc.org; Office: 606-528-7010 ext. 2041 Independence House; Active/Open; accepting patients Adult females, age 18 and up, pregnant and postpartum; 15 bed program up to 1 year funded by a SAMHSA Grant.
Cumberland River CC Y Contracts, Grants, State General Funds, Medicaid, self pay, Insurance, when applicable. Shellie Mills, Shellie.Mills@crccc.org; Office: 606-528-7010 ext. 2041 KY Kids Recovery; opening early spring; not yet accepting patients (15 bed residential). Male Adolescents, ages 12-18.
4RBH Y Private Pay, insurance and Medicaid Patty Hughes, phughes@4rbh.org; 270-442-7121 16-bed men and women’s short term residential program in Mayfield, KY for ages 18 and older; it is accepting new patients. Adults (men and women)
KVC N N/A Elizabeth Croney, ecroney@kvc.org; 859/254-1035; 859-559-2088; No residential offered. N/A
KY River CC Y Insurance Christy Turner; (606)-666-7591 ext. 1020; christie.turner@krccnet.com The Sewell Center in Breathitt County that offers residential SA treatment. It is accepting clients. Adolescent; both male and female, up to age 17.
Maryhurst Y Medicaid, DCBS funding Steve Ochs; 502-271-4512; Steve.Ochs@maryhurst.org Residential Enhanced AOD Programming but only for kids in custody of the cabinet at this time.  Euphrasia Campus  and Roses and Sophies Cottages–Brooklawn Campus Psychiatric Residential Treatment Facility Euphrasia–Female ages 12-18; Roses and Sophies Cottages–Female ages 12-18.
(United) Methodist Home of  KY N N/A Aime Kunes, aime.kunes@kyumh.org; Ph. (859) 879-4037; Cell (859) 753-7369. We do not yet have active and open residential SA or SUD facilities. N/A
Mountain Comp Care Y state general funds and private pay Christy Hicks, Hicks, Christy.Hicks@mtcomp.org, 606-889-0328. Adult male and female; adolescent male and female.
Necco N n/a Kelly Lesnau Rowe, klesnau@necco.org; p: 513.904.5981. N/A
OLOP Y private insurance, Medicaid and MCO(s) Janine Dewey, Dewey, JanineDewey@KentuckyOneHealth.org, 502-479-4135 SU Residential begininning 3/7/16; 11 beds. Male/female adolescent
Pathways Y Medicaid and a small amount of self-pay Todd Trumbore Hillcrest Hall. This is an adolescent male long-term SUD program. We have a small amount of DBH dollars.  We are funded primarily with Medicaid and a small amount of self-pay.  We have had huge problems with MCOs several years past with no positive outcome going the state fair hearing route.  Our original request for KKR funds included $221,581 to cover that deficit.  This was denied.  Things seem to be going better with the MCOs now, but it has been a very difficult several years.  We are running a similar deficit this year due to slow referrals and low census.  More referrals from the statewide KKR system will help.
Pennyroyal Y Dept. of Corrections, Medicaid, self-pay Ashley Felts (afelts@pennyroyalcenter.org); 270-886-2205 ext. 120; cell 270-484-1550 Genesis, Residential, co-occurring short term treatment facility for 18 and up; Trilogy Center for Women, transitional housing, KY Recovery program. Trilogy: A Kentucky Recovery program.  Primarily funded through Dept. of Corrections, Medicaid, self-pay.
Ramey Estep Home Y Currently have contracts with Wellcare, Aetna (Coventry), Humana and Anthem Medicaid as well as Anthem and United Health Care (Optum) Commercial. Currently in contract negotiations with Passport Medicaid, Humana Commercial and TriCare Commercial. Kelli McCormick We have residential SA facilities and programming available but have had no active clients for the program. Any referrals we have had were turned down by insurance. Male and Female Adolescent
Rivendell
SAFY N n/a Karen Moore SAFY does not operate residential facilities for substance use disorders.   We partner with The Ridge. N/A
WestCare Y Unite vouchers, federal probation, private pay Stephen Wright male residential and have open beds; licensed for 112. I have 60 open beds. (2/25/16) Males; age 18 and older.

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