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St Elizabeth Alcohol & Drug

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512 Maple Ave, Falmouth, KY 41040

(859) 572-3500

Today: Open 24 Hours
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General Info
St. Luke Alcohol and Drug Treatment Center is a health care facility that offers a range of treatment services. It provides a variety of alcohol and drug treatment services, including inpatient detoxification and partial hospitalization. The center offers outpatient and residential care services for adults and adolescents. The St. Luke Alcohol and Drug Treatment Center is a part of St. Luke Hospitals, which provides various mental health care services. St. Luke Hospitals is a part of The Health Alliance, which also operates Christ Hospital, University Hospitals and Fort Hamilton Hospital. St. Luke Alcohol and Drug Treatment Center is located in Falmouth, Ky.

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Phone: (859) 654-4323

Fax: (859) 654-4323

  • Acute Care
  • Psych
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Nonprofit Hospital

Church Owned Hospital


St. Elizabeth Hospital

St Elizabeths Drug & Alcohol

St. Luke Alcohol & Drug Treatment Center

St. Elizabeth Healthcare

St. Elizabeth Falmouth

Hospitals, Physicians & Surgeons
Other Information

Specialties: Alcohol/Drug Rehabilitation

Services: Acute Care, Psych


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Provided by Citysearch - 
Personal Experience

I was a patient there. I have been clean for 15 months now, and I owe alot of it to Falmouth. 100% of my recovering I give thanks to my Lord above.There was only one staff member there that I would say I did not like. She was very inconsiderate and a (choice word I don't think is appropriate to put on here). TWO THUMBS UP!!!!!!!!!



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Great first impression

My son has just begun treatment at St. Luke's. Is just beginning the road to recovery, but the staff and facility seem to be one of the best facilities we've visited. I appreciate the fact that it is more of a hospital-like setting. Hopefully, the positive experiences will continue.