Mending Point Community Services

Substance Abuse Recovery Program

Since 1871, The Kentucky United Methodist Homes for Children and Youth have been a ministry of hope and healing. KYUMH is proud to offer the Mending Point Program to help youth who desire recovery from substance abuse. The Mending Point Substance Abuse Program provides community based assessment, case management and treatment services to youth ages 12-21 who live with substance abuse and emotional/behavioral disorders.

List of Services

  • Outpatient individual and family therapy
  • Substance abuse services
  • Weekly support groups (including groups for co-occurring disorders) with staff guidance for development of relapse prevention skills
  • Case Management with links to needed medical, social, educational, substance abuse treatment and other resources
  • Comprehensive treatment plan based on the needs and goals identified by the youth and their families
  • Residential treatment

Additional Services

  • Transportation is provided or arranged
  • Crisis hotline support is available 24 hours

Next Step Therapists and Case Managers provide services in central Kentucky, including Fayette County.

Program Goals

  • Substance abuse recovery
  • Enhanced family supports
  • Community engagement
  • Access to resources to support a healthy lifestyle

Download PDF of Referral Form Here

For more information on Mending Point, contact:
Rachel Smith, LPCC, TCADC

Director of Community-Based Programs
(859) 523-3001
rachel.smith@kyumh.org