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The Living Room

Connecting patients with area resources

The Living Room provides a safe, calming space for those who need help connecting to resources that will start them on the journey to recovery, and at no cost.

Serving adults 18 years old and over, the Living Room supports adults dealing with substance use disorder and/or mental illness. The Living Room operates as a compassionate alternative to jail, the emergency room or inpatient hospitalization.

Guests can stay up to 23 hours for stabilization while being linked to helpful resources. In fact, the Living Room provides a supportive and clinically-effective environment through its peer support service. Peer support gives individuals a place to gain confidence, build social skills, develop new friendships and engage in learning and leisure activities with peers.

Additionally, the Living Room’s attendees can get help identifying additional community resources throughout Louisville as well as basic health checks.

Thanks to the help and support from the Louisville community, the Living Room can connect individuals to the help they need. This, in turn, saves police officer time, court costs and jail expenses.

Despite being open 24 hours a day, seven days a week, guests can leave the Living Room at any time.

For more information about the Living Room, please give us a call at (502) 287-0607.

The Living Room is located at 708 Magazine St., Louisville, KY 40203.


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