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KVC Kentucky Opens New Walk-In Clinic

On December 12th, 2017, KVC leaders, donors, community partners, families and media representatives celebrated the opening of the new KVC Kentucky headquarters with a ribbon-cutting ceremony and open house. KVC Kentucky is now settled into the new headquarters which includes new outpatient behavioral health offices, child psychiatrist and APRN offices, and a children’s playroom.


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Walk-In Clinic

KVC Kentucky is excited to announce a new Walk-In Clinic that will immediately  help individuals struggling with depression, anxiety, thoughts of suicide or other behavioral health challenges. Our skilled and professional Masters level therapists will conduct initial behavioral health or substance use assessments to patients without an appointment.

The Walk-In Clinic opened on February, 28th 2018 following the official opening of the new headquarters and will be open each Wednesday between 9:00am-1:00pm to provide care to children, adolescents and adults.  KVC Kentucky hopes that the expansion of walk-in appointments will allow for access to services faster than before.

It is our goal at KVC Kentucky that with the new location and Walk-In Clinic, we will continue to have a significant impact on the lives of Kentucky’s most vulnerable children, adults and families and will play a key role in strengthening families and communities.

If you or someone you love is struggling, we are here to help. We are happy to answer questions about our Walk-In Clinic, or accepted insurances prior to your visit. Call us at 859-254-1035 or visit our website at to learn more.

The Walk-In Clinic was a natural next step for KVC Kentucky, a non-profit leader known for its proven track record of innovation, quality services, and positive outcomes in child welfare and behavioral healthcare. KVC Kentucky is proud to serve more than 12,000 children, adolescents and adults in over sixty counties across the Central, Eastern, Northern and Northeastern Mountain regions of the state each year; keeping 98% percent of families together safely through providing high-quality, in-home family preservation services; and recognition as a leader and trainer in integrating trauma-informed care into child welfare and related systems