CARING FOR KENTUCKIANS
AND IMPROVING HEALTH IN OUR COMMUNITIES
Five non-profit behavioral health agencies with over 140 locations across Kentucky are creating a new collaborative that will allow them to improve efficiencies while protecting safety net services critical to their rural Kentucky communities.
ABOUT OUR NETWORK MEMBERS
Communicare has been the premiere provider of behavioral health and developmental/intellectual disability services in Kentucky’s heartland since 1967. Our dedicated, professional team strives to ensure quality care to the citizens in our communities. The commitment of our employees, our Board of Directors, and our community partners working together will assure our continued success and allow us to maintain the vast safety net needed for our region’s most vulnerable people.
The mission of CRBH is to ensure that all members of our community have an opportunity to achieve their highest potential for living satisfying, productive and valued lives. To this end we are dedicated to developing, organizing and efficiently utilizing resources to plan and provide quality mental health, developmental/intellectual disability, and substance use disorder services.
LifeSkills has been a part of the community for the last 50 years. As a non-profit, community mental health center, LifeSkills supports people who experience mental illness, addictions and developmental disabilities as they build meaningful and independent lives. With the widest array of services for both adults and children in south central Kentucky, LifeSkills gives you greater choice, easy access and proven quality. When it comes to your health, experience matters.
The Pennyroyal Center was established on February 15, 1966 as a non-profit, community mental health center. From its inception, Pennyroyal Center has been and continues to be known as the standard of excellence in the fulfillment of its mission to plan and provide person-centered services in behavioral health, substance use, and developmental and intellectual disabilities for all citizens within our region.
Four Rivers Behavioral Health is a private, not-for-profit community mental health agency that for more than 50 years has provided comprehensive mental health, substance abuse and developmental/intellectual disability services to clients in Ballard, Calloway, Carlisle, Fulton, Graves, Hickman, Livingston, McCracken, and Marshall Counties