SUN Behavioral Health Opens Intensive Outpatient Facility in Lexington
June 28, 2022 at 15:36
Lexington, Kentucky: SUN Behavioral Health is opening a new intensive outpatient substance use and behavioral health treatment center in Lexington, Kentucky. The purpose of this facility is to offer treatment for individuals working to recover from substance use and mental health disorders. The center’s ribbon cutting will take place on July 21, 2022, and the center will be operational the same day.
SUN Behavioral staff know that recovering from addiction is often challenging, but they believe “even the darkest days have hope.” Their dedicated and compassionate professionals provide treatment in Kentucky, Texas, Delaware, and Ohio. Opening a new center in Lexington, SUN Behavioral will provide additional hope to those who wish to manage and overcome their substance use or mental health conditions.
Intensive outpatient treatment is a type of treatment that does not require a person to uproot their lives and live full-time at a treatment facility. It recognizes that many people require treatment with the flexibility to attend to responsibilities like work, school, or family. Treatment at an intensive outpatient facility is individualized to meet the needs of the person seeking recovery. Typical services include individual therapy, group therapy, family therapy, stress management, and trauma-informed treatment. In intensive outpatient care, patients receive treatments three times a day, five days a week.
SUN Behavioral Health features cognitive behavioral therapy, coping skills training, a wellness recovery action plan (WRAP), and a team of psychiatrists that provide comprehensive medication oversight management. These services are provided in a highly structured environment that helps patients learn and progress toward their mental health or substance use recovery goals. SUN assesses each patient individually, giving mental health providers insight into the treatment options most beneficial to that patient.
According to The National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI), 746,000 adults in Kentucky have a mental illness. Also, in 2020, 1,964 Kentuckians died from an overdose. Kentucky faces significant problems with mental health and substance use, meaning access to treatment centers like SUN’s intensive outpatient facility is needed in the state. The opening of new treatment centers with the ability to provide life-saving care to those struggling with mental health and substance use is welcome in The Bluegrass State.
SUN’s intensive outpatient treatment center will provide treatment and hope to Kentucky residents who struggle with mental illness and substance use disorder in Lexington and the surrounding area. Kentucky may have significant challenges regarding mental health and substance use, but organizations like SUN are actively providing treatment options to help people find healing and hope.
SUN Behavioral Health provides mental health and substance use recovery services to clients in Kentucky, Ohio, Texas, and Delaware. SUN focuses on individualized, evidence-based treatment that considers the uniqueness of each patient. To learn more about the services provided by SUN Kentucky or to take the first step on one's recovery journey, call 859-429-5188 today.
For more information about Sun Lexington Outpatient Center, contact the company here:
Sun Lexington Outpatient Center
2335 Sterlington Road Suite 100