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Chemical Dependency Treatment


The Chemical Dependency programs at Baptist Health Corbin's Trillium Center are designed to help adults achieve sobriety while maintaining a true sense of dignity. Inpatient and outpatient programming are offered.

We recognize that addiction to alcohol and/or drugs is a disease that affects not only our patients, but their families as well. Our Adult and Adolescent Chemical Dependency Programs include assessment and stabilization, followed by intensive therapy that is personalized to meet the specific needs of each individual.

People who will benefit most from our programs are those with a commitment to working toward abstinence from mood-altering substances and making healthy choices in their lives.


The admissions process begins with a call to the Trillium Center at 1-800-395-4435. This call allows program staff to assess the patient and identify immediate needs for treatment. Once a patient is admitted to the program, he/she receives assessments from a variety of disciplines. An individualized treatment plan is developed to address specific needs. The multidisciplinary team of professionals treating each patient includes a psychiatrist, nurses, licensed clinicians, certified chemical dependency counselors, therapeutic recreation specialists, a registered dietitian and a chaplain.

After Hours Crisis

Trillium Center staff members are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week to take crisis calls. Patients in severe distress may be asked to go to Baptist Health Corbin's Emergency Department

If you feel you are in danger of harming yourself, please go to the nearest emergency room, call 911 or call the National Suicide Prevention Line at 1-800-SUICIDE (784-2433).

The Trillium Center is fully accredited by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations. We are committed to providing quality, confidential treatment to individuals with substance abuse disorders. If you have questions about the Trillium Center, please call us at (606) 523-8779.