The first step to breaking the grip of drug addiction is detox.

You can do this.
Georgetown Behavioral Hospital can help.

Accredited Drug Detox Center in Detox Centers in Lexington, Kentucky

Did you know that Georgetown Behavioral Hospital is an accredited drug detox center in Detox Centers near Lexington, Kentucky? This means that in addition to inpatient mental health treatment, we are also qualified to help you break the seemingly endless cycle of drug and alcohol addiction.

Our detox clinic will show you how to detox your body from drugs safely. Examples of services our detox facility provides are:

how to detox your body from drugs

Known for its beautiful horse farms and thoroughbred racetracks like Keeneland, Lexington is Kentucky’s second-largest city next to Louisville. As long standing mental health providers in the greater Cincinnati locality, we’ve seen how the area has changed, including the Northern Kentucky region, and we’re always changing with it. 

In 2021, more than 43.6% of adults in Kentucky reported having symptoms of mental illness, while more than 22.8% stated that they were unable to receive the care they needed.  It’s our mission to partner with communities and individuals to solve the unmet needs of those who suffer from mental illness and co-occurring disorders and create real, meaningful change in the Lexington, Kentucky area.

We Care About Your Recovery

Depending on the substances used, detoxing at home can be extremely dangerous. At Georgetown Behavioral Hospital, we provide 24/7 care to monitor your health and comfort throughout the detox process. 

Drug and Alcohol Treatments

Medically Assisted Treatment (MAT)

GBH can provide medication that will alleviate withdrawal symptoms, which minimizes discomfort and allows you to focus on healing.

Mental Health Evaluation

We are more than a detox center in Ohio. GBH is also an accredited mental health hospital able to evaluate and treat any mental health disorder.

Dual Diagnosis

Our dual diagnosis program will support you from detox to life after rehab. In this program, both addiction and mental health conditions will be treated together.

Why Georgetown Behavioral Hospital?

For over four years, Georgetown Behavioral Hospital has been serving the residents of the greater Cincinnati area. We are a 46-bed, inpatient adult mental health facility offering 24-hour psychiatric services provided by licensed professionals. We believe that taking a holistic approach to hospitalization helps patients, families, and communities achieve the highest levels of restorative wellness. This means that we provide a wide range of treatments and therapies, such as group, individual, and recreational therapy, as well as treatment for co-occurring disorders. Through providing a continuously improving continuum of care that is cost-efficient, culturally competent, and evidence-based, we are proud to serve the recovery needs of Southern Ohio and Northern Kentucky communities.

How Do I Pay for Drug and Alcohol Detox? 

Find out if you’re covered by insurance by calling our admissions team 937-483-4933, or by visiting our insurance verification page.

At Georgetown Behavioral Hospital we are a full-service mental health facility located near Detox Centers in Lexington, Kentucky. We understand the complexities of mental health disorders and how they relate to substance abuse, and can help you get to the bottom of your addiction. The first step is detox. 

You do not have to suffer from substance abuse or mental illness.
With Georgetown Behavioral Hospital, you can begin healing today.

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