To be 1st thought, 1st choice for behavioral health
We provide services and supports of the highest quality, no less than we want for ourselves, our families, and our friends.
RiverValley & Affiliates offers a variety of inpatient and outpatient services for those with behavioral health, developmental and intellectual disabilities, addiction prevention, and recovery needs.
At RiverValley, we aspire to meet the needs of every patient we encounter. We are passionate about extending a hand to those in need of behavioral health services. Building a network of affiliates has allowed us to extend our reach, maximize our expertise and broaden our assistance to the communities we serve.
In 1993, Acumen Counseling was incorporated as a non-profit entity, mimicking an independent practice, but the professional staff was freed of the typical overhead and bookkeeping of private practice.
Since 2000, RiverValley Behavioral Health has contracted with Acumen Counseling Services to provide the needed mental health and substance abuse services to the residents of seven western Kentucky counties; Daviess, Hancock, Henderson, McLean, Ohio, Union, and Webster.
Acumen Counseling is led by a Board of Directors comprised of five individuals.
Behavioral Healthcare Services
Behavioral Healthcare Services was founded in 1997 to provide residential services to clients in the community with a diagnosis of MR/DD in a cost-effective manner. Since then, the company has expanded its service delivery system to encompass a variety of services in many states as follows:
- Kentucky – Strategic Partnerships
- New Mexico – New Mexico Solutions
- Texas – Lonestar Autism Solutions
- North Carolina – North Carolina Solutions
Behavioral Healthcare Services is led by a Board of Directors comprised of eight individuals
Cigar Factory Complex
The Cigar Factory Complex was built in 1892 by the American Tobacco Company. The original seven-story warehouse once held the distinction of the largest wooden building in the world. In 1956, the top five stories were removed from the building and in 1982, a massive remodel transformed the structure, but preserved its character, into an upscale shopping mall. In 1999, RiverValley acquired the property, and once again a transformation occurred – a 100,000 square foot mental health center serving seven Western Kentucky counties.
The Cigar Factory Complex is led by a Board of Directors comprised of five individuals.
Our HUD (Housing and Urban Development) Assistance program helps provide support for those who live with severe and persistent mental illness. It gives them an opportunity to get the support they need in a setting that allows them to operate as independently as they are able.
The programs provide Section 8 low-cost housing to those who live with severe and persistent mental illness or DD/ID who are over the age of 18 and receive Social Security benefits and are a legal citizens of the United States.
HUD Properties is led by a Board of Directors comprised of five individuals.
RiverValley Consulting Services
RiverValley Consulting Services is the governing and strategic planning body for all affiliates and serves as the umbrella corporation for all of RiverValley.
RiverValley Consulting Services is led by a Board of Directors comprised of six people.
RiverValley Behavioral Health
RiverValley Behavioral Health is the Commonwealth of Kentucky’s designated regional Community Mental Health Center.
At RiverValley Behavioral Health, we empower you to make the best, most informed decisions for you and your loved ones.
RiverValley Behavioral Health provides hope and a nurturing, stabilizing force to the communities we serve through a full continuum of care. Services include outpatient therapy, medication management, crisis intervention, and more.
We offer caring and compassionate services through dedicated individuals committed to providing the highest quality therapeutic services for you and your loved ones.
We have locations across seven different Western Kentucky counties – Daviess, Hancock, Henderson, McLean, Ohio, Union, and Webster.