Protea Behavioral Health Counseling will provide high quality, integrated counseling services by highly qualified and compassionate professionals who are committed and invested in the client’s wellness as demonstrated through striving for excellence and providing superior clinical services.
To be the community’s leading AODE by providing excellent clinical services to elevate individuals to become the best version of themselves.
Protea Behavior Health Counseling
Protea Behavioral Health Counseling is a Behavioral Health Services Organization (BHSO) in specializing in residential and outpatient treatment to include: screening, intake assessment, treatment planning, case management, peer support, individual and group counseling for adults 18 years and older seeking treatment for their substance use disorder.
Protea Recovery Housing
Our Recovery Housing is committed to providing a safe home for those individuals on a path to making positive changes in their lives. Our Recovery houses are designed to provide a safe place to call home while individuals work on their barriers to recovery. We will provide a home with staff oversight, peer support, and interventions focused on establishing independent stable housing and reclaiming their place in the community.
The program’s barrier reduction approach is designed to assist individuals with social and capital growth. A barrier reduction approach lends itself to promoting self- efficacy, independence, and empowerment to face life on life’s term. Those individuals who commit to clearing the barriers in their path and are deliberate about working on themselves will no longer need the hand up provided by Protea Recovery 360.
Protea Auto Group
A certified training program through the state of Kentucky(etpl) providing skilled training in the automotive industry. The program will offer training in automotive mechanics, automotive body, automotive service writing, upholstery, and automotive sales.
Each trainee will engage in an intake process which consists of completing all the necessary intake paperwork. This includes TABE testing and completion of WIOA requirements. Once a trainee has completed all required intake paperwork, they will participate in completing an individualize Workforce Job Training (WJT) Plan.
Department of Correction Program
House Bill 284 went it to effect July 15, 2020. This new law amended KRS 439.268 and allows the Department of Corrections to offer clients that are currently under the supervision of Probation and Parole (P&P) Program Good Time Credit (PGTC) for programs completed on or after August 1, 2020.
PGTC is an incentive that allows SUD clients to earn time off their court-ordered sentence and reduce their amount of time under supervision with P&P. Effective August 1, 2020, Department of Correction (DOC) Approved Programs and will be eligible for the credit. This legislation enables DOC the opportunity to offer clients additional treatment options with the benefit of earning PGTC outside of current contracted programs. DOC Approved Providers will be listed on the website and are qualified to receive referrals from DOC Addiction Services to administer evaluations, treatment, and assessment services to clients on misdemeanor supervision, pre-trial diversion, probation, MRS (mandatory reentry supervision), and parole.