Located in Russell, Kentucky, Bellefonte Hospital & Recovery Center Psychiatric Unit will offer compassionate treatment and services to adults with mental health and substance use disorder issues.
Our dedicated team at Bellefonte Hospital and Recovery Center is committed to improving the health and well-being of the people in the communities we serve.
Did you know approximately 1 in 5 US adults live with a mental illness? Our team of licensed professionals are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week to help in urgent situations and to answer questions about our programs.
Who can be treated at Bellefonte Inpatient Psychiatric Hospital?
Our certificate of need is for primary mental health. We do not treat patients with complex mental health or high medical needs. With patient safety in mind, we require patients to be medically stable prior to admission.
The most common criteria for admission to our Bellefonte Inpatient Psychiatric Hospital will be: those suffering with: suicidal or homicidal thoughts who have a plan to end their life or the life of someone else, those experiencing psychosis or psychotic features that are so severe symptoms impair their daily living, and those experiencing major depression resulting in a significant decline in functioning.
We accept Kentucky & Ohio Medicaid plans
Jobs At Bellefonte Hospital
Addiction Recovery Care is excited to bring its proven experience delivering quality, compassion substance use disorder treatment to Greenup County.
Why Greenup County?
ARC’s Greenup County facility will help meet the growing demand for comprehensive behavioral health services that address the needs of one of our most
Jobs at Bellefonte Hospital
Since opening the doors to their first residential treatment center in 2010, ARC has served more than 50,000 clients.
A National Leader
In Addiction Treatment
Headquartered in Louisa, Kentucky, ARC operates a network of more than 30 treatment programs across Eastern and Central Kentucky. ARC’s nationally recognized “Crisis to Career” model is a four-phase, year-long program that combines SUD treatment, counseling and peer support with life skills, education and job training to set up clients for long-term success.
Our person-centered programs are CARF-accredited and our medical services are directed by an addiction psychiatrist
Our Model of Care
Crisis to Career
ARC’s nationally recognized “Crisis to Career” model is a four-phase, year-long program that combines SUD treatment, counseling and peer support with life skills, education and job training to set up clients for long-term success.
We provide the vocational and educational opportunities people need for long-term recovery and that our communities need to strengthen their workforces and grow economies.