Hope in The Mountains

HOPE IN THE MOUNTAINS

Treatment isn’t the end, but the beginning of real happiness. We
provide a nurturing environment for meaningful learning
and growth.

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TREATMENT

Our residential, intensive outpatient, and outpatient programs are designed to meet you
where you are and to help you address your individual needs. We use a comprehensive approach that treats
you as a person and not simply your drug and alcohol problems. This allows you to focus on building a life
free of substances that you can be proud of.

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SUPPORT

Hope in the Mountains inspires those in early recovery to engage in an authentic journey of healing
and self-discovery built upon personal accountability, deep and lasting friendships, and the belief
that absolutely anything is possible in recovery. We offer Peer Support Services, Targeted Case
Management Services, and access to self-help meetings to help you build a community of support
that can last a lifetime.

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LIFE SKILLS

The goal of life is to enjoy it. Doing so requires healthy boundaries and authentic personal
connections. Our life skills curriculum helps you discover the joy that comes from making a positive
impact on the world around you.

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IMPORTANT: COVID-19 RESPONSE MESSAGE

PLEASE READ AS THE INFORMATION HAS CHANGED. At Hope in the Mountains, we understand that COVID-19 (or coronavirus) has caused concern for all of us. While information regarding the virus is changing rapidly, we want you to know that Hope in the Mountains is taking steps to keep our patients, their families, our staff, and our community safe.

Are we accepting new patients?

The answer is No. While coronavirus presents some significant health challenges, the reality is that addiction is a life-threatening disease. While we have implemented safeguards for our patients and staff to address COVID-19, we are also committed to providing life-saving treatment services for our patients and families. With the rapid spread of the corona virus we must keep our current clients and staff out of harms way to the best of our ability.  As soon as we are able, and the threat of exposure has diminished we will be back up and running.

What are our prevention and containment methods?

Within our facility, we are providing easy-to-understand information about COVID-19, best prevention practices, and cleaning and proper handwashing techniques. We are ensuring that surfaces are sanitized and masks are provided to any patient who has signs and symptoms of respiratory illness. And finally, if a patient develops a respiratory illness, they will be evaluated by our nursing and medical staff and will referred for appropriate medical care as needed.

Are we continuing with visitation and meetings?

To protect the health of our residents and staff, we are discontinuing in-person visitations, passes, and attendance at community self-help meetings through the month of March. We are constantly monitoring the COVID-19 situation and will take the Governor’s recommendations on how to proceed. We believe that a supportive network is vital to recovery, so we are offering video visitations for our residents and their family and friends as an alternative to our regular in-person visitations. The Hope in the Mountains staff is dedicated to making this transition as smooth as possible and have set up HIPAA compliant video visitations for all of our patients. If you are a family or friend who wishes to utilize a video visitation with your loved one, feel free to contact us at (606) 874-0240.

WELCOME TO HOPE IN THE MOUNTAINS

Hope in the Mountains provides both short and long-term residential treatment, outpatient services, and transitional sober living programs for people seeking freedom from drug and alcohol addiction in the Appalachian Mountains of Kentucky. Located in Prestonsburg, Kentucky, Hope in the Mountains prides itself on offering a practical focus on real life rehabilitation and recovery.

Hope in the Mountains offers an addiction treatment continuum with a committed focus on 12-step philosophy, life skills, and community integration. In addition, we are a multidisciplinary team consisting of Physicians, Master’s-level clinicians, addiction specialists, and mental health and trauma experts capable of treating complex clients. Our program is multimodal, clinically sophisticated and achieves a high rate of success within an open community model of care where clients remove blocks to long-term recovery, create authentic relationships, and discover serious joy.

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