• The risk for Percocet abuse and addiction seems to be greatest among women, seniors, and adolescents.
  • It has been proven that drug rehab reduces costs associated with health and social costs of addiction, by far more than the cost of the treatment itself.
  • Lortab and other prescription narcotics constitute the most-abused group of prescription drugs in the U.S.
  • Using a combination of several different types of anabolic steroids is a practice commonly referred to as "stacking."


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Olive Hill - Residential Short-Term Treatment (30 Days or Less)

A residential short-term treatment (30 days or less) program delivers care 24 hours a day 7 days a week for an average of 30 days (or less) depending on the treatment center. The clients reside at the rehab facility and are ensured a completely alcohol and drug-free environment for the duration of their recovery process. While in treatment they deal with their complications with drug and/or alcohol addiction while mastering how to go about their life without turning to drugs and alcohol to resolve their difficulties. When the person has completed their residential short-term treatment, they generally continue their recovery process by heading into outpatient treatment, attending meetings, therapy or counseling. Intensely addicted people who have a long history of substance abuse will benefit from residing at a sober living home after they finish treatment. This will help them solidify their new found sobriety and give them strength and support.

  • Karens Place
    28.3 miles from Olive Hill, Kentucky
    Karens Place is a Drug Abuse Rehab Program that is located at:

    2135 Highway 1185
    Louisa, KY. 41230

    If you would like to contact Karens Place, you can reach them at 606-638-0938.

    Karens Place offers the following treatment services: Substance Abuse Treatment Services, Detoxification, Halfway House, Outpatient, Residential Short-Term Treatment (30 Days Or Less), Residential Long-Term Treatment (More Than 30 Days), Persons With Co-Occurring Mental And Substance Abuse Disorders, Pregnant/Postpartum Women, Women
    Payment forms accepted: Self Payment, Medicaid, Private Health Insurance