If necessary, take emergency steps to get help, such as calling 988.

If you or someone you love is experiencing symptoms of depression, please call Peace Hospital at 502-451-3333 or 800-451-3637 for a no-charge assessment and assistance with treatment options.

Substance Use and Other Mental Health Services

If necessary, take emergency steps to get help, such as calling 988. When someone is in a suicidal crisis, it is important to limit access to firearms or other potential tools for committing suicide, including prescription and over-the-counter medications. An important step in helping to prevent suicide, in any age group, is getting involved.

We’re Here to Help

If you or someone you love is experiencing symptoms of depression, please contact Peace Hospital for a no-charge assessment and assistance with treatment options.

Call 502-451-3333 or 800-451-3637.

Click each box below to learn more about the mental health treatment options offered at each facility.


  • Acute inpatient
  • Geriatric psychiatry inpatient
  • Partial hospitalization
  • Intensive Outpatient Program (day and evening)


  • Acute inpatient
  • Acute inpatient for intellectual and developmental disabilities
  • Acute inpatient for highly aggressive females
  • Partial hospitalization “Crossroads


  • Acute inpatient
  • Acute inpatient for intellectual and developmental disabilities
  • Partial hospitalization “Crossroads

No-charge Services

  • Peace for Parents seminars
  • Conversations with Caregivers seminars
  • Grief Recovery Method support group
  • After care for patients that have completed an adult outpatient program

No-charge crisis assessments are available 24/7. Walk-ins are welcome at Peace Hospital or any UofL Health – Emergency Department. For more information, call 502-451-3333.

The medical detox unit at Mary & Elizabeth Hospital offers a variety of behavioral health services and amenities through a medically supervised voluntary detox program. This unit also provides treatment and care for medically compromised patients. 

Services include:

  • Inpatient medical detoxification from alcohol, opioids, benzodiazepines and various other addictive substances in a safe and monitored environment
  • Support groups
  • After care services and connecting patients with community resources
  • Alcoholic Anonymous (AA) meeting available onsite
  • Group therapy
  • Certified peer support specialists

To learn more about the services provided or information about admission, please call 502-361-6731 

Would you be interested in an injection to take the place of daily medication?

Injections offered include:

  • Long-acting antipsychotic medications:
    Abilify®, Abilify Asimtufii®, Abilify Maintena®, Aristada®, Aristada Initio®, Fluphenazine, Haloperidol, Invega, Hafyera®, Invega Sustenna®,
    Invega Trinza®, Perseris®, Risperdal Consta®, Uzedy™
  • Vivitrol® (opioid and alcohol abuse)
  • Sublocade® (opioid abuse)

Patients with a prescription for Zyprexa®
Relprew™ are not eligible.

Pharmacy locations:

UofL Health – Peace Hospital
Main Entrance: 2020 Newburg Rd., Louisville, KY 40205
502-479-4445 | Fax prescriptions: 502-479-4494
Hours: Monday – Friday 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.

UofL Health – UofL Hospital
Main Entrance: Jackson Street Outpatient Center
530 S. Jackson St., Louisville, KY 40202
502-562-3571 | Fax prescriptions: 502-562-3354
Hours: Mon. – Fri., 7:30 a.m.-6 p.m. and Sat., 8 a.m.-4 p.m.

UofL Health – Mary & Elizabeth Hospital
Main Entrance: 1850 Bluegrass Ave., Louisville, KY 40215
502-367-3315 | Fax prescriptions: 502-367-3318
Hours: Monday – Friday, 8 a.m.-4 p.m

Learn more about long-acting injectables
as provided by AAPP

Email: OutpatientPharmacy@UofLHealth.org

Emergency Psychiatric Services

Emergency Psychiatric Services is a mental health unit located on the first floor of UofL Health – UofL Hospital. This unit is designed to help adults experiencing psychiatric emergencies. Patients will then meet with the multidisciplinary mental health team, which includes psychiatrists, psychiatric nurse practitioners and social workers to determine the best treatment option.

The patient may be:

  • Discharged with an outpatient resource that is appropriate to their needs
  • Admitted to Emergency Psychiatric Services 23-hour unit (Holding Bed Unit) for observation
  • Admitted to UofL Hospital
  • Transferred to another hospital (if transferred to another hospital, your family member will be transported by ambulance)

For questions or concerns regarding Emergency Psychiatric Services, call 502-562-3120.

Acute Crisis Stabilization for Psychiatric and Substance Abuse (3 North)

The academic adult inpatient psychiatry unit is a general hospital setting that is staffed by UofL Physicians – Psychiatry attending physicians and residents. The unit provides psychiatric and medical assessment and management including psychopharmacology and a variety of psychotherapeutic modalities. Consultation with other medical specialties is available. Discharge planning connects patients with community resources and follow-up. Electroconvulsive therapy is available for appropriate patients.

Other therapy options include:

  • Holistic and expressive individual and group therapy
  • Recreation and art therapy

Patients cannot be referred directly to 3 North. They must be evaluated through Emergency Psychiatric Services first.

If you need to speak with someone from Inpatient Psychiatry, please call 502-562-4680.

  • Patients are referred to PeaceNow by a UofL Health provider or a community provider.
  • A patient is scheduled for a telehealth assessment by a licensed clinician and then referred to the appropriate level of care within the UofL Health system, or to services outside the system if the most appropriate service is not quickly available.
  • Assessments are performed by a clinical psychologist, or a licensed therapist.
  • Psychologists and licensed therapists can also provide brief therapy services. No long-term therapy offered.
  • Providers will include psychiatric APRNs, supervised by a psychiatrist and Psychiatrists. Clinical services include medication management consideration.

The PeaceNow clinic treats patients aged 12 and above with a range of mental health and substance use concerns including depression, anxiety, substance use disorders, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, trauma, grief, and other mental health concerns. 

Patients must be referred by a UofL Health provider via the electronic health record system, Epic, or a community provider can fax a referral.

For more information, visit UofLHealth.org/PeaceNow or call 502-588-6449.

UofL Physicians – Psychiatry is a full-service mental health practice serving adults. This respected group of physicians and therapists includes psychiatrists, psychologists, psychiatric social workers and addiction counselors. Psychiatry serves thousands of patients each year all over the Louisville area.

Mental health issues Psychiatry can help you with include:

  • Anxiety disorders
  • Behavioral health
  • Bipolar disorder
  • Depression
  • Geriatric psychiatry
  • Memory disorders

Treatments and services:

  • General psychiatry (psychotherapy, medication therapy, cognitive-behavior therapy)
  • Memory disorders (Alzheimer’s and other dementia, acquired brain injuries)
  • Geriatric psychiatry (mental health issues for adults over age 65)
  • Women’s mental health (specifically related to pregnancy and menopause)
  • Inpatient, outpatient, and consultation services at local hospitals
  • Depression, anxiety, and bipolar disorders
  • Psychiatric consultations (at UofL Hospital only)

Medications for Opioid Use Disorder (MOUD)

Patients can be considered for either Buprenorphine or Sublocade.

Referral process:

  • Email face sheet from Cerner or Epic to Tina Beard (Tina.Beard@UofLHealth.org) and/or Destiny House (Destiny.House@UofLHealth.org)
  • Follow-up call to 502-588-4550 to let them know you are referring a patient
  • Specify preferred appointment time if possible
  • Provide drug test/lab information
  • They will provide a scheduled appointment for the patient

In addition, patients can also “Walk In” any Monday or Wednesday from 8 a.m.– 10 a.m. to be seen and drug tested on-site at 401 E. Chestnut St., Suite 610.

For more information call, 502-588-4450.

Rehabilitation Psychology

The Rehabilitation Psychology Clinic at Frazier Rehab Institute provides consultation- liaison services to the inpatient acute rehab population at this facility.

  • Health and behavior assessment and therapy services are short-term, and solution focused to maximize coping/adjustment to injury and illness, promote engagement in positive health behaviors and prevent comorbidities that limit functional
  • Health and behavior therapy is individualized to address psychological, cognitive, behavioral, somatic and/or social disturbances associated with the presenting medical diagnosis and may include the following evidence-based interventions:
    • Acceptance and commitment therapy
    • Behavior modification
    • Cognitive behavior therapy
    • Mindfulness-based therapy
  • Limited outpatient health and behavior services may be available to support specific outpatient clinics (e.g., spinal cord injury, pain, gastrointestinal, ) to assist patients with coping and adjustment to illness/injury.

To reach the Rehab Psychology Clinic at Frazier Rehab Institute, call 502-582-7484.

Neuropsychology Services

The Neuropsychology Clinic at Frazier Rehab Institute offers comprehensive, individualized neuropsychological assessments of patients with a range of neurological, medical, genetic and other disorders with known or suspected cognitive dysfunction, including but not limited to:

  • Traumatic brain injuries
  • Neurodegenerative diseases and dementia
  • Parkinson’s disease and other movement disorders
  • Epilepsy and seizure disorders
  • Stroke and cerebrovascular disease
  • Cancer
  • Autoimmune diseases Toxic-metabolic syndromes
  • Concussion, including sports-related injuries
  • Pre/post-surgical evaluations

Patients are generally referred when there is a question of impairment in cognitive and/or behavioral functioning. Evaluations typically range from three to six hours, depending on the referral question and are aimed to assist in diagnosis, management and/or treatment. Currently, we do not do evaluate for Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), developmental disorders or learning disabilities.

To schedule a neuropsychological evaluation, contact the clinic at 502-585-3472.

NeuroRehab Program

As a component of the comprehensive neurorehabilitation program for acquired brain injury patients, the Frazier NeuroRehab interdisciplinary team includes a psychologist who helps address adjustment to injury, illness and identity, rehabilitation participation and motivation and health behavior change. Patients receiving multidisciplinary (physical, occupational, speech therapies) program care are eligible to be seen by this provider.

Community-based support groups for individuals living with brain injury are held monthly. Support groups for caregivers are held quarterly.

To learn more about the services provided at the Frazier NeuroRehab Program, please call 502-429-8640.

As part of the Trauma-Informed FlourishCare Care Model, behavioral health is offered to individuals, couples and families. Our professional staff of licensed therapists are assisted by a team of more than 50 practicum students from the University of Louisville Schools of Social Work, Clinical Psychology, Clinical Behavioral Health and Nursing, many who act as intern therapists providing free counseling to those that cannot afford a co-pay. Students are all supervised by licensed mental health care providers. Our providers offer therapy only.

Team members can treat (age 18 and above):

  • Depression and anxiety
  • Grief and loss
  • Aging
  • Divorce or separation
  • Life transitions
  • Self-esteem issues
  • Self-harm and suicidal ideation
  • COVID-19 stress and long-hauler’s stress
  • Psychological non-epileptic seizures and movement disorders
  • Pre/post-surgery counseling for bariatric surgery patients, cardiac rehab patients and medical psychological issues that arise in health care

For more information, call 502-588-4340 or visit TragerInstitute.org/Mental-Health-Supports.

Trauma Survivors Network Support Group

The Trauma Survivors Network support group meets from 6–7 p.m. on the second Wednesday of the month in the Glassroom, which is in the basement of UofL Health – Jackson Street Outpatient Center. Through this group, you will:

  • Share experiences and help others
  • Feel less alone, anxious and afraid
  • Learn new skills for coping with trauma
  • Connect to local and national resources

For questions, please call 502-562-4060.

Grief Recovery Method® Support Group

This is a no Charge eight-week program. Space is limited.

UofL Health – Peace Hospital Adult Outpatient Center
4414 Churchman Ave. Louisville, KY 40215

For more information and to sign up, call 502-432-2011.

For patients diagnosed with cancer, the M. Krista Loyd Resource Center through UofL Health – Brown Cancer Center provides support to patients as they face the psychological challenges of diagnoses and treatment of cancer.

Services include:

  • Art therapy
  • Massage therapy
  • Music therapy
  • Counseling Chaplaincy
  • Dietitian expertise
  • Oncology comfort items (wigs, scarves, hats, port pillows, breast prosthetics, )
  • Social work
  • Sexual health counseling
  • Tobacco cessation

Contact the M. Krista Loyd Resource Center, located on the first floor of Brown Cancer Center, at 502-562-7092 or visit UofLHealth.org/Locations/Brown-Cancer-Center/Services/Soar-On/.

Mental Health Treatment Locations

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