UofL Health – Peace Hospital is the only hospital in the state of Kentucky that has a behavioral program designed to treat highly acute female adolescents. Our unit is designed to provide acute care for females ages 12 to 18 that display highly aggressive and/or self-injurious behaviors.
The Youth Intensive Services unit is a self-contained therapeutic setting that offers individual, family and group behavioral programming, psychotherapy, psycho-education, recreation and art therapy. We also offer substance use treatment. We provide 24-hours-a-day video monitoring. Adolescents are enrolled at Peace Academy, a fully accredited Jefferson County Public School on the unit.
The Youth Female Intensive Services Team
- Medical Director
- Registered Nurse
- Licensed Clinical Social Worker/Clinical Social Worker
- Trained Mental Health Worker
- Board Certified Behavior Analyst
- CADC (Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor)
- Art Therapist
- Occupational Therapy Consultative Services
Referrals can be made by parents, Department of Juvenile Justice, schools, judicial centers, and other community based organizations.
For more information, please contact our Assessment and Referral Center at 502-451-3333.