About Lawrence County Recovery

We are a Behavioral Health agency focused on providing evidence-based substance abuse treatment. We assist clients with maintaining sobriety and improving life skills. Our sober living, independent living, and outpatient programs provide our clients with an array of services in a supportive and person-centered environment.

Frequently Asked Questions

How long is your program?

Our program is individualized to each persons needs.  Services may last from 30 days to a year depending on the individual needs of the person.

How often do I need to come for services?

It is individualized depending on the clients level of care.  Each client completed a comprehensive diagnostic assessment and are placed into a level of care depending on current ASAM criteria.  We work hard to meet each clients individualized needs and work together to develop a plan that meets their needs.

Do you offer medically assisted treatment?

Our housing units allow for Sublocade and Vivitrol.  We do see outpatient clients and assist them with referrals for MAT if needed.

Can I take Suboxone?

We fully support those on MAT; however, our housing units are not equipped with proper medical staff to allow for Suboxone to be taking in the housing unit.  We do see client on Suboxone in an outpatient setting.

Here to help you find your way to recovery.

At Lawrence County Recovery, we are here to help you go from feeling hopeless to hopeful by helping you:

  • find sober support

  • relapse prevention

  • find housing

  • gain employment

  • provide transportation to medical and related appointments and court hearings

  • provide progress reports

  • basic self care needs.