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1. How long will I be in treatment?

Lake Cumberland Recovery, Inc. offers addiction treatment services from high-intensity and clinically managed residential programs to less-intensive outpatient services. The duration of our services is not fixed. Instead, our program is a continuum of care designed to smoothly transition patients from one phase to the next based on existing needs and individual progress. To achieve this, our clinical staff assesses each client in a structured and purposeful routine against American Society of Addiction Medicine (ASAM) Criteria.


LCR phases of care, from most-to-least intensive, are as follows:


Phase 1 - Stabilization and Residential Treatment Services (ASAM 3.1; 3.3; 3.5).

Anticipated duration - 30 days


Phase 2 - Partial Hospitalization Recovery Education and Training (ASAM 2.5).

Anticipated duration - 6-8 weeks


Phase 3 - Intensive Outpatient Program Services (ASAM2.1).

Anticipated duration - 8-10 weeks


Phase 4 - Outpatient and Early Intervention Services (ASAM .5; 1.0).

Anticipated duration - A few weeks


Phase 5 - Work Program - Anticipated duration - Case-by-Case Basis

2. How much will this cost?

It is our heart here at LCR for program participants to not be concerned with costs. We accept Kentucky Medicaid as well as private insurance and in some special cases we will accept private funding.

3. How much clothing can I bring?

We ask that program participants bring only the necessary clothes and personal items that they will need. We will accept five (5) pairs of jeans/shorts, ten (10) shirts, ten (10) pairs of socks and boxers/briefs. We also have access to clothes for those that are in need.

4. Will we be attending outside events?

Yes. We will be attending inside and outside A.A meetings, N.A. meetings, C.R. meetings as well as local church functions all to promote spiritual growth.

5. Will I be able to bring tobacco/nicotine products?

Yes. Lake Cumberland Recovery provides a smoking/vaping area. There is no smoking or vaping inside the facility.

6. Can I bring my cell phone?

Program participants may bring the cellular device as they may need to pull phone numbers and other information from their device. However, devices that are brought will be kept with all participants personal items until they graduate our residential treatment program.

7. Can I see or contact my family during treatment?
Yes. We encourage each participant to seek healthy connection with their families whenever possible. We understand that this can be a potentially painful process, and in some cases, we will provide family counseling. We will also provide phone calls twice (2) a week. In special cases more than one phone call can be arranged.

8. Can I bring my prescribed medications?

Program participants may bring their personal prescribed medications such as high blood pressure medications or diabetes medications. Each participant will be working with a licensed medical professional to determine what medications they can and can not take while in treatment.

9. What happens after my treatment with LCR?
During treatment our team of healthcare professionals will be working with each participant to determine the best after-care plan according to the needs and locale of the individual. No matter where participants want to continue their treatment, our healthcare professionals will work to find the best place to move forward in their recovery.

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