Crittenden County Coalition for a Drug-Free Community

Links  &  Recovery Kits

I Need Help To Apply for Health Care in Kentucky
Crittenden County Coalition for a Drug-Free Community
PO Box 22, Marion, KY 42064

24/hr 7day/week local helpline 

Pennyroyal Hotline
1-877-473-7766



Department for Community 
Based Services in Marion, Ky.

Recovery Kits

"A small price to pay for help and hope"
If a child is to keep alive his inborn sense of wonder,
he needs the companionship of at least one adult who can share it,
rediscovering with him the joy, excitement and mystery of the world we live in.
Rachel Carson Quote (1907-1964)
 

Read about and purchase the Celebrate Recovery 
Program Kit

Parenting Wisely (PW)  Program Kit
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

GriefShare
Click Here to Find a 
Group Near You


Pennyroyal Center is a comprehensive Community Mental Health Center offering services in Mental Health, Mental Retardation, Developmental Disabilities and Substance Abuse. Pennyroyal Center has four full-service clinics covering the eight county Pennyroyal Region of Western Kentucky..

Regional Substance Abuse Therapist
Telephone 270 994 8997

  The KY-ASAP 
The Kentucky Agency for Substance Abuse Policy produces a quarterly newsletter, The ASAP Connection, with information on funding opportunities, substance abuse prevention activities, and important contact information. 
Former Governor Martha Layne Collins, established Champions Coalitions in Kentucky 20 years ago.

Champions for a Drug-Free Kentucky
Anti-Drug Community Coalitions

CADCA
When it comes to preventing drug and alcohol abuse, there is no one-fits-all approach. It takes solutions that are based on a community’s unique problems and circumstances. That’s why, since 1992 Community Anti-Drug Coalitions of America (CADCA) has been training local grassroots groups, known as community anti-drug coalitions, in effective community problem-solving strategies, teaching them how to assess their local substance abuse-related problems and develop a comprehensive plan to address them. Today, CADCA is the nation’s leading drug abuse prevention organization, representing the interests of more than 5,000 community anti-drug coalitions in the country.

School-Based Counseling

Bully Free - Allan L. Beane, Ph.D

KIP
The Kentucky Incentives for Prevention (KIP) Survey has been administered in Kentucky for a number of years by individual school districts across the state through agreements with the Substance Abuse Prevention Program. 

Social Host
Our mission is to prevent underage drinking by changing the social, legal and commercial environments in which alcohol is made available and/or desirable to young people. 

Pennyrile Drug Task Force.

Pennyrile Drug Task Force: Hotspot Card
 

Prevent Child Abuse Kentucky

PACS/Community Collaboration for Children Coalition 
Contact person is:
Sabrina Bishop
100 S. Liberty St.
Hopkinsville, KY 42240

 TELEPHONE:   1 800 Children 

Prevent Child Abuse Kentucky
 

     Ghost Out

Life Skills 4 Kids

Masonic Model
Masonic Model Student Assistance Program Training for Teachers
June   9 - 11   2008                 Madisonville                   606-643-5050
 
 

Download our two page Brochure

Kentucky Quit Smoking Brochure
Many people who use tobacco want to quit. By calling Kentucky’s Tobacco Quit Line, you
are one step closer to becoming tobacco free.
 WHEN CAN I CALL?
Kentuckians can call 1-800-784-8669 from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. (EST) Monday through Friday.
(24-hour voice mail, we’ll call you back)



Help - A student - A friend - A Family Member - A Neighbor

City of  Marion Tourism Commission

Local Newspaper The Crittenden Press

Crittenden Health Systems

Local  Attorneys

           FRAZER, PEEK and ROGERS LAW OFFICE

           REBECCA  JOHNSON  LAW OFFICE

           STOUT LAW OFFICE 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 


 
 
 
Quick Reference Directory
Mental Health & Substance Abuse Counseling
Community Support Services
Physicians & Hospital
Crittenden County Kentucky 

Sponsored by
Crittenden County
Drug-Free Coalition
For more information or
to report changes call 270-965-4300
 

Substance Abuse/Addiction & Mental Health

Crittenden Counseling Center 
 270-965-0224

 Trilogy Center for Women 
 270-885-2902 

WARM
 270-826-0036

 Rivendell Behavioral Health 
 270-843-1199 

Pennyroyal Mental Health 
 877-473-7766

 Lincoln Trail Behavioral Health 
 800-274-7374 

Cumberland Hall 
 877-281-4177

 Support Groups 

Alcoholics Anonymous 
 800-606-6047

 Sun & Wed @ 7:00 pm at Library 
 Fri @ 12:00pm at Marion Baptist for Women

Human Services

Marion Baptist Church
 270-965-5232

 food bank M-F 9 am-12 pm & 1 pm-3 pm
 

 Government Services

Workforce Development 

Unemployment Office – Mad’ville 
 270-824-7562 

Unemployment Office – Paducah 
 270-575-7000

 Vocational Guidance/Training

 DCBS 
 270-965-5248 

Family Resources & Youth Service Center
 270-965-9833 

PACS Office 
 270-965-4763 

Pennyroyal Center
 877-473-7766 

EdTech Center
 270-965-9294
 (ext. 103)

 Vocational Rehab
 888-640-2713

Smoking Cessation

 Crittenden County Health Dept
 270-965-5215 

Crittenden Health Systems
 270-965-1025
 

 Cabinet for Health & Family Services 

DCBS – Family Support 
 855-306-8959
Food Stamps, KYNECT, KTAP 

DCBS – Protection & Permanency
 270-965-5246 
 Child Protective Svcs, Adoption, Foster Care, 
 Child Care Assistance 

Crittenden Child Support
 270-965-5476

Crittenden County Health Department 
190 Industrial Drive, Marion, KY.
270-965-5215

 Family Planning 
 WIC Program
 Immunizations 
 Health Tests 
(cholesterol, blood pressure, blood sugar, women’s cancer screening, STDs, HIV/AIDS) 
 Children’s pre-school/6th grade Physicals 
 Health Environmental Services 
 Health Education Programs 
 *Sliding-scale fees based on income & household size 

Health

 Anthem Blue Cross & Blue Shield
 1-800-880-2583 

CoventryCares 
 1-855-300-5528 

Humana 
 502-580-1000 
Passport 
 1-800-578-0603 

WellCare
 877-389-9457
 

Physicians
 

Family Practice Clinic, 
518 Gum Street, Marion
270-965-5238
Greg Maddux, MD
Gary James, MD
Jonathan Maddux, MD
Alicia Clark, ARNP
Lee Anna Boone, ARNP
Rashelle Perryman, ARNP

Marion Physician’s Clinic,
 308 S. Main Street, Marion
270-965-4377 or 270-988-3298
Michael Gavin, MD
Ghassan Yazigi, MD

Marion Wellness Center, 
789 Chapel Hill Rd., Marion
270-965-2005
Anthony Starkey, MD

Family Practice Care, 700 Cassidy Ave., Fredonia
270-545-3386
Scott Graham, MD
Beverly Jones, ARNP

Burkhart Rural Health Clinic,
 117 E. Main, Salem
270-988-3839
Stephen Burkhart, MD
Joe Drawdy, ARNP
 
 

Hospitals
 

Crittenden County Hospital, 
520 W. Gum St., Marion
270-965-5281
 

Optometrist
 

Marion Eye Care Center,
 713 S. Main St., Marion
270-965-5280
Dr. Adria Porter
 
 
 

Emergency & Support

Police/Fire/Ambulance
 911

KY State Police 
 800-222-5555

KY Regional Poison Ctr 
 800-222-1222

Sanctuary, Inc. 
 800-766-0000
victims of rape, sexual abuse, domestic violence

Oasis 
 800-882-2873
domestic violence recovery, counseling

Community Based Services (DCBS)
 270-965-5246

Pennyrile Children’s Advocacy Center
 270-881-1111
1102 E. 21st Street, Hopkinsville

Child/Adult Abuse Hotline 
 877-597-2331
270-388-4818

Mental Health Emergencies

Pennyroyal Mental Health Center
 877-473-7766

NON-Emergency Calls

Crittenden County Sheriff 
 270-965-3400

Marion Police Department 
 270-965-3500

Marion Fire Department 
 270-965-2266

Crime Prevention Tip Line
 270-965-3000

Crittenden Rescue Squad 
 270-965-5957

Ambulance 
 270-965-2770

American Red Cross 
 270-965-4451


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