The iHope Program for early onset psychosis treatment is just one of many services for adults, young adults and children offered by Four Rivers Behavioral Health.
In addition to the iHope program, Four Rivers Behavioral Health offers traditional counseling and psychiatric services as well a programs and services to treat substance abuse issues, opportunities for group therapy sessions and a variety of treatment options for other mental health concerns.
Additional services are available for those with Intellectual/Developmental disabilities including a day training program, case management services, supported employment and more.
Each school clinic has a certified behavioral health counselor on-site for behavioral health issues such as stress, anxiety, depression, substance abuse counseling and more.
Crisis Stabilization is an integral part of Four Rivers Behavioral Health’s overall commitment to providing behavioral health services to the community. The Crisis Center is for voluntary admissions and provides a safe environment that is less restrictive than other alternatives.
If you have a substance abuse problem, the most important step you can take is to get help. Click below to learn about the any of the many programs available through FRBH.
Four Rivers Behavioral Health’s Developmental and Intellectual Disabilities Services provides a variety of assistance programs to adults and young adults. Consumers receive individualized treatment based on an initial assessment and participant-specific goals.
Our Center for Adult Services works closely with others at Four Rivers
Behavioral Health including our Center for Specialized Children’s Services, Four Rivers Medical Services, Crisis Services, and services for those with an Intellectual Disability.
The Center for Specialized Children’s Services is committed to providing quality behavioral health care services to children and their families.
Case Management provides the collaborative process of assessment, planning, facilitation and advocacy for individuals diagnosed with Intellectual/Developmental Disabilitie
First Steps is Kentucky’s Early Intervention System (KEIS) that serves children from birth to age 3 who have a developmental delay or a particular medical condition that is known to cause a developmental delay.
Discover comprehensive psychiatric services tailored to your unique needs, provided by a compassionate team at Four Rivers Behavioral Health.