BrightView Pikeville celebrates anniversary

“Pikeville is our home, and we are committed to helping people recover by providing care in a friendly and welcoming environment and we treat adults seeking help with substance use disorders,” said BrightView Community Outreach Manager Jerrica King. “Our goal is to help everyone get the help they need to become happier and healthier individuals, it not only helps them, but it helps the entire community.”

“Meet them where they are, work like hell to get them somewhere better”

We can buy the drug that kills more Americans than any other at the grocery store. Legally. Every day of the week. While overdose deaths from fentanyl and its sinister cousins have seized the spotlight for years — some 112,000 Americans died from drug overdoses in 2023 — alcohol-related diseases kill many, many more people — 178,000 Americans every year, according to the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism.

Navigating Recovery Through The Courts: Officials Learn How To Help

First Justice Lisa F. Edmonds recalls sitting at her bench under the low ceilings of the Falmouth District Courthouse, listening to a defense attorney list acronym after acronym: abbreviated stages of substance use care recommended for the attorney’s client. She said she turned to the clerk beside her and asked for clarification on the alphabet soup of terms indicating the steps along the way to recovery.

BrightView Health Now Serving 5,000 Patients across the Bluegrass State

BrightView Health is serving a record number of patients recovering from a substance use disorder — more than 5,000 just in Kentucky. Since opening its first Kentucky location in 2020, BrightView has expanded to offer its addiction treatment program to Kentuckians in all regions of the state. With 17 centers, most residents in the Bluegrass state now live within 30 minutes of a BrightView center.  

BrightView hosts open house, sheds light on addiction recovery

Dan Buhay, a community outreach manager for BrightView — an addiction treatment center in Lynn — says overdose deaths in 2024 have “skyrocketed” compared to a year ago. He thinks his organization can help stem that tide. BrightView, located at 110 Munroe St., held an open house and a tour this week, allowing citizens to learn about treatments offered and its recovery services.