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Community Mental Health Centers

NorthKey Community Care provides a continuum of care for those needing mental health, substance use disorders and intellectual disability services. With 18 locations throughout Boone, Campbell, Carroll, Gallatin, Grant, Kenton, Owen and Pendleton Counties, including an inpatient hospital for children, help is nearby.

(859) 781-5586; 24-hour crisis line: (859) 331-3292, (877) 331-3292

Pathways, Inc. serves as a community-based center for mental health care, the prevention and treatment of alcohol and other addictions, and services for individuals with intellectual or developmental disabilities. Together, these services provide a network to promote the emotional health and well-being of our citizens and communities. Pathways operates more than 50 facilities in a ten-county region and continues to grow.

Pathways Website
(606) 324-1141 or (800) 562-8909

Pennyroyal Center is a comprehensive Community Mental Health Center providing services for Mental Health, Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities and Substance Abuse and Primary Care. Pennyroyal Center has four full service clinics located in Hopkinsville, Madisonville, Greenville and Princeton.

Pennyroyal Center Website
(270) 886-5163; 24 hour line: (877) 473-7766; or in Christina County: (270) 881-9551

River Valley Behavioral Health currently host over 21 Kentucky based programs that include in-patient and out-patient services for those with mental health, developmental and intellectual disabilities (DD/ID), alcohol and drug addictions, prevention, recovery, and treatment. For all first appointments and referrals to River Valley Behavioral Health outpatient services, call Point of Entry: (270) 683-4039 or (800) 737-0696

(270) 689-6500 or (800) 737-0696

Seven Counties Services is the preferred provider of behavioral health care and developmental services in the Louisville KY region. Seven Counties delivers community-based treatment, support and services for persons with severe mental illnesses, children with severe emotional and behavioral disorders, individuals with developmental or intellectual disabilities, and adults and adolescents with addiction and substance abuse disorders.

(502) 589-8600 or Toll Free: (800) 264-8799; 24-Hour Crisis Phone: (800) 221-0446; Children and Youth Crisis Phone: (502) 589-8070 or (800) 432-4510