Drug & Alcohol Treatment in Lexington, KY

If you’ve completed a residential treatment program and are looking for significant, structured support after returning home, our local drug and alcohol treatment in Lexington, Kentucky, can help. We offer a 10-week intensive outpatient program that can be completed while you return to work and sober living housing options to help you maintain your sobriety. 

90-Day Intensive Outpatient Treatment

10-week program (3, 3-hour sessions a week)

Our 90-day, 10-week intensive outpatient curriculum focuses on helping you change your lifestyle so you can start to write a new and better life legacy. You’ll meet weekly with a licensed clinician and join 3, three-hour intensive group classes every week. The best part is that you can keep working while being in treatment and use insurance to help pay for this program.

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Sober Living Housing

For men, ages 18 and up

Our beautiful home in Lexington, KY, is designed to give you a safe environment to continue your life in sobriety. Many of our renters in the home choose to also attend our intensive outpatient program. Enjoy the camaraderie of sharing a safe housing situation with others also passionate about a life in recovery.

See Our Lexington Home

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What Our Guests Say

“My son has been involved with New Legacy since November 2017. He is a part of their IOP program and lives in their sober living facility. The staff is VERY professional, accommodating and pleasant. I feel they are committed to helping people start their lives over and freeing them from their addictions. I would highly recommend this program!”



– Jewel (Mother of a guest)

Where We're Located

Sober Living Home

3245 Keithshire Way
Lexington, KY 40503
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(859) 449-5444

Intensive Outpatient Facility

1510 Newtown Pike #120,
Lexington, KY 40511
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(859) 449-5444

Our Bluegrass Region Team

Our staff has committed their lives and careers towards helping people struggling with addiction and mental health issues. They treat each of our guests with dignity and respect, and care deeply about each individual they work with.

Shannon Sell, Clinical Director

Shannon Sell, MBA, MSW, CSW

Chief Clinical Officer

Shannon is a social worker by training but realized a passion for administration early in…

M.S. Wright, M.D.

Psychiatrist

Dr. Mark Wright is both a psychologist and psychiatrist who has more than 30 years…

Debra Wilson

Debra Wilson, LPCC

Clinician

Over the last 20 years Debra has worked as a Licensed Clinical Counselor in nearly…

Private insurance and pay accepted.

 

Call when you’re ready (859) 449-5444

 

We work with most private insurance companies, accepting PPO plans. We also offer a cash discount for those paying with cash and financing options for those who wish to use a payment plan.


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Not Sure Which Level of Care Is Right for You?


We can help you determine which level of care is best for you through an extensive substance use and mental health assessment. During this two-hour evaluation, our licensed clinician will ask questions about your drug and alcohol use and mental health background before recommending the treatment option that best fit your needs.

For some, sober living will be the best option for them, for others, we’ll recommend an outpatient level of care, and for others a residential.


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How We Approach Treatment

Clinical Excellence, Comprehensive Care, Unmatched Compassion and Hospitality

We Care About the Entire Family

Addictions are messy.

They affect families, friends, future plans and ambitions, and even generations that follow.

We acknowledge the mess and treat each individual that comes to us, their family and friends, with dignity, compassion, and respect.

We Believe in the Full Continuum of Care

Beyond helping our guests get clean and sober, our desire is the help each of them achieve the life they dream about. A life in balance. We know this is possible.

We want to help people at every critical point on the continuum of care—from intervention to detox to residential and outpatient services and sober living—a full complement of education, support, and lifelong community.

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