Adult Services in Louisville, KY

IOP – Intensive Outpatient Program

For chemically dependent adults, this program provides an alternative to inpatient treatment. Intensive treatment is accompanied by group, expressive, family, individual therapy, and education, with decreasing intensity. This approach helps the adult to make the transition from treatment into recovery. Our programs are billable through most insurances. Contact us for more information.

  • Daytime Program: Tuesday – Thursday, 9:00 am – 12:00 pm
  • Evening Program: Tuesday – Thursday, 5:30 pm – 8:30 pm 

Adult Evaluation Program

For adults questioning their use of alcohol or other drugs, this educational program provides information needed to evaluate a person’s usage further.

This program is the foundation of your recovery at The Morton Center. By taking the time to understand your unique needs and challenges, we can provide you with the support and treatment that aligns with your goals. The insights gained through this evaluation empower you to make informed decisions about your recovery path.

To schedule an evaluation or to learn more about our comprehensive approach to addiction treatment, please contact us today.

Adult Chemical Dependency

Recovery Group

For adults who have completed an Intensive Outpatient Program, a Residential Treatment Program, or have sustained recovery, our program provides a structured support group for ongoing recovery issues.

Recovery is not a journey that should be taken alone. At The Morton Center, we believe in the power of community and support when it comes to overcoming addiction. Our recovery groups provide a safe and welcoming space for individuals to share their experiences, learn from one another, and find strength in unity.

Currently, services can be provided in person, where individuals can receive compassionate, individualized treatment for substance use disorders. Billable through most insurance.

Let’s Start Your Recovery!

The Morton Center supports a 12-step model of recovery and uses evidence-based practices to treat individuals, couples, and families.

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