(502) 437-0491

In Crisis?

24-Hour Crisis & Information Line
502-589-4313 or 1-800-221-0446 (toll free)
TDD 502-589-4259 or 1-877-589-4259 (toll free)

Acute Child Psychiatric Services
502-589-8070 or 1-800-432-4510 (toll free) 

Creative Spirits

Rivendell Behavioral Health Services
1-800-548-2621 (toll free)

The Brook
502-896-0495 (main #)
502-429-5787 (fax)

The Ridge – Psychiatric & Chemical Dependency Treatment
859-269-2325 (main)
1-800-753-HOPE (4673)  toll free

Hillcrest Hall
859-498-6574 (office)
877-521-0599 (toll free)
859-498-7325 (fax)

270-215-4079 (main)

Child & Adolescent Crisis Services
Center Stone (formerly Seven Counties Services, Inc.)
Acute Child Psychiatric Services/Rural Mobile Crisis Services Anxious Child
(502) 589-8070 or 1-800-432-4510
Fax: 589-8097 or 562-5691
Hours: M-F 8:30 a.m. – 9:00 p.m., on-call 24/7

The Acute Child Psychiatric Services/Rural Mobile Crisis service assists children who are in acute psychiatric or emotional distress to remain in their homes and communities, or enter the hospital when necessary. Services include statewide access to and assessment by crisis intervention/planning counselors; short-term, intensive family and individual therapy; in-home crisis services; immediate access to child psychiatric services; access to residential crisis services (Daybreak Crisis Stabilization Unit).

Fee: Medicaid covers this service, as does a contract with the Cabinet for Health and Family Services.

Eligibility: Children through age 18 in acute psychiatric or emotional distress.

Referral: Accepts referral from parents, physicians, and other community referrals.

(502) 589-3008
Fax: 589-8095
Hours: 24/7

Daybreak Crisis Stabilization Unit
The Daybreak Crisis Stabilization Unit is the region’s only temporary, short-term (4-7 days), 24-hour alternative to hospitalization for children/adolescents ages 3-18 who are in emotional or behavioral crisis. Clinicians strive to reduce and stabilize acute psychiatric symptoms, and divert children from psychiatric hospitalization so they can return to their homes and function independently. Services include assessment of home life and the stress associated with the crisis; psychiatric intervention; individual and family therapy; linkage to longer-term treatment; case management; and medication management.

Fee: The Impact Plus program of Medicaid covers this service, as do many health insurance plans. The fees for some children may be underwritten through state funding. A sliding fee scale also is available.

Eligibility: Children/adolescents must be in temporary crisis (treatable in a short-term setting), and medically stable with no primary need for alcohol/drug treatment.

Referral: Accepts self-referral as well as from physicians, school counselors, and other mental health providers. To refer, contact Seven Counties’ Acute Child Psychiatric Services at (502) 589-8070 or 1-800-432-4510.

Truancy Diversion Program
The Truancy Diversion Program is a collaborative initiative with community partners to intervene with children and adolescents who have a history of high absenteeism with Jefferson County Public Schools. Services are provided using a Family Preservation model, with goals that include: increase school attendance; improve school performance; decrease behavioral issues; and improve family functioning. Services are provided for 2 – 5 hours per week for an average of 8 – 16 weeks.

Fee: Medicaid is accepted.

Eligibility: JCPS students at risk for truancy.

Referral: Assistant Director of Pupil Personnel of JCPS.


Lighthouse Adolescent Recovery Center
2210 Tucker Station Road
Louisville, Ky. 40299
(502) 366-0705
Fax: 375-3199
Hours: 24/7

The Lighthouse provides residential alcohol and drug treatment services to adolescents 13-18 years old. Treatment includes counseling, alcohol/drug education, relapse prevention, AA/NA meetings, and referrals to community resources. Length of stay usually is four to six months. Residential operations are 24/7; business hours are 8:30 – 5:00 p.m.; and assessments and admissions are by appointment only.

Fee: Accept many forms of health insurance and other third party payers. Kentucky Medicaid through EPSDT. Sliding fee scale based on income.

Eligibility: Youths age 13-18 with alcohol/drug addiction who can benefit from residential treatment.

Referral: Accept self-referrals as well as those from parents and other caregivers, schools, and other human and medical service providers. For referrals within Jefferson County, contact LANSAT at (502) 736-3060 (between 8:30 – 5:00 p.m.) to make an appointment for an assessment. For referrals outside of Jefferson County, contact the Lighthouse directly at the above number.


Shelby Prevention is pleased to join Drug Free Action Alliance and honorary chair, and national sports icon, Clark Kellogg to share the message; Parents Who Host, Lose The Most: Don’t be a party to teenage drinking.