Where does the story of your life begin? For some, it began when you were little. For others, it begins today. It begins with the hope that your life can be better. After all, you are telling this story. The words are all yours, and sometimes, the story doesn't begin with "Once upon a time," but with "Today, I choose to mend my life."
Just like every story has a beginning, every journey has its first step. This is your first step. A simple act in response to the things you feel. You deserve a better life. You deserve to be well. You can rise above your illness or addiction. You can recover. We see it happen every day. And recovery does not start at the top of the mountain - it begins at rock bottom.
KRCC's Outpatient Clinics provide the help you'll need to turn your life around. Your first appointment with one of our clinicians will get you started on a new road. In addition to counseling and therapy, you'll also be connected to programs and services that can help you with all of your needs. Do you have an addiction you'd like to overcome? Are you trying to help a family member live a richer, fuller life with a mental illness? Do you need a place to live? Or maybe you just need help getting back on your feet as you deal with the affects of depression, anxiety, or other struggles in your life? That's why we're here! And we will help you every step of the way.
Remember: mental health is just as important as physical health. Like our bodies, sometimes our minds need to get healthy, too. You can never be truly well in life if you don't address the needs of both. We're all on that same road together. We all need to work on ourselves, and the decision you're making today is full of strength and determination.
Now, let's begin.
What We Provide
Our Outpatient Clinics offer individual, group, and family therapy and/or substance abuse counseling, as well as medication management services, through licensed or credentialed health professionals.
Referrals and support through other agencies will be made as needed.
Note:We accept Medicaid, Medicare, and most private insurance. If needed, we can help you sign up for expanded Medicaid, and we can enroll you in the Health Benefit Exchange.
Schedule An Appointment
If you are not in a crisis situation and simply need to schedule an appointment to see one of our clinicians, you should contact the KRCC Outpatient Clinic in your county. The locations and numbers of these clinics are listed below.
When calling to make an appointment, please be prepared to provide this information:
- Name and address
- Social Security Number
- Date of Birth
- Phone Number
- Reason for the appointment
The same information is required if you are calling to schedule an appointment on behalf of someone else. (Scroll down the page for more information about making a referral.)
Note:An appointment can be scheduled at the time of the call. Referral information and requests for appointments may also be faxed to the Outpatient office.
Note:Open Access – The KRCC Open Access system allows clients to determine when and where they would like to receive their initial service visit with a Behavioral Health clinician. Clients may walk-in to any of our outpatient offices for assistance or schedule an appointment on a day and time that is convenient for them.
Contacting the Outpatient Clinic in your county is the first step on your way to wellness! Call us during our normal business hours (Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.) to schedule your appointment today.
Locations by County
3830 Hwy 15 South
Jackson, KY 41339
3476 West Hwy 80
Emmalena, KY 41740
1060 Grand Avenue
Beattyville, KY 41311
28 Fire House Lane
Hyden, KY 41749
3367 Hwy 119 N (Mayking Mall)
Whitesburg, KY 41858
115 Rockwood Lane
Hazard, KY 41701
129 Kentucky 15 N
Campton, KY 41301
How to Make a Referral
Perhaps you’re trying to help someone else along on their journey. Sometimes, there’s someone we know – a loved one, friend, or if you’re a medical professional, a patient of yours – who needs a hand up in life. If someone has trusted you enough to share part of their story with you, then we want to help you give them the support they need.
You should consider making a referral if:
Always be aware that many people, even if they ask for your help, are embarrassed and uncertain about doing so. One way you can help is to support them, address their fears, and point them in the right direction. Be honest with them and tell them you’re going to call KRCC and recommend an appointment. So, if you’re comfortable with the idea, you should offer to go with the person to their first visit and call to make an appointment that works for both of you, or encourage them to make the call for the appointment themselves.