Our Lady of Peace located at 2020 Newburg Road in Louisville, Kentucky provides local drug and alcohol treatment programs for those struggling with substance abuse. Our Lady of Peace provides help for those struggling with drug and alcohol abuse. Other addiction treatment options include Counseling that help those struggling with drug and alcohol addiction to get the effective treatment that they need.
For those that are seeking affordable drug rehab in Louisville, Kentucky, then entering addiction treatment at Our Lady of Peace is the right choice. Our Lady of Peace generally accepts struggling addicts of most age groups, i.e. 18+ to enroll in their available addiction rehabilitation programs.
Our Lady of Peace also takes commonly accepted insurances, i.e. Medicaid, Medicare, Most Insurances, and certain types of payment such as: American Express, Cash or self-payment, Check, Mastercard, Medicaid, Medicare, Visa. Our Lady of Peace can be contacted through their website at www.KentuckyOneHealth.org.
Okay so I left this place recently and I'm gonna be honest, the only reason this review gets 3 stars cause Josh the nurse was super accommodating and super nice, but as for some of the rest of the fake staff, on 1s Glenda is very rude to talk about a disabled patient, she says some people shouldn't work there well clearly she shouldn't either, she basically talked and laughed about a patients eye problem, and it's just unprofessional and I don't think she can handle herself professionally cause of this experience. And don't even get me started on what your teaching patients Jack!!! On 1s, telling patients that having a dream is delusional, is downright wrong, nothing can stop you if you have the positive attitude and the right Person on your side aka God, this irritates me so much that you teach patients that dreaming isn't realistic, dreamers are what make this country great, Abraham Lincoln was a dreamer, the singers that sing their hearts out were dreamers, soldiers that die for the country are dreamers, the saints that made the hospital possible were dreamers, they dreamed of helping every single person that walked through those doors, and for you to teach something that goes against their values well how dare you, maybe you should be fired for disrespecting the core beliefs of the founder. There I'm done reviewing this✌️✌️
Excellent Clientele soap chocolate on pillows fine art. Jug of wine.
I gave them a 3 because I have never stepped foot in the place, so a 1 or 5 wouldn't be fair. I just wanted to comment that I was/ am supposed to be going here tomorrow for detox.. until i started reading these reviews. I think I'll stick to JDAC. Olop, you better start running a tighter ship or you'll sink. Warm meals have to be earned.. Wow..
I reading these reviews and you need to take them with a grain of salt. People in recovery start out resentful and angry about everything.Who wants to be in a mental health facility admitting that the way they have done things in life isn't working.
I Was There In September 2013 For The First Time And March 2015 For The Second Time This Place Was Big And There Food Taste Great
Please go into this place with a hard skin and a grain of salt. Listen, this place ain't great, but you can get a lot out of it if you do go into it with a desire to get help. It's sadly not very well run, but there's only this place or the Brook for most people, and while the Brook is better, insurance won't allow most people into their inpatient program.
I really don't know what happened to me, I was going through something spiritual at the time. I think God put me there for a purpose, as far as the staff goes they were really good to me. I did not explain to the doctors or psychiatrist why I was there because I know when to keep my mouth shut. I'd really like to talk to someone about my experience their because I knew and still know what is and was going on. Please if anyone wants to give any insight on the unexplainable please message back! I'm Chris by the way!3