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    AA and Associates
  • 422 Main Street
  • Carrollton,KY, 41008


  • Kentucky Driving School
  • 110 West Dixie Avenue
  • Elizabethtown,KY, 42701


  • AA and Associates Approved Alc/Drug
  • 4006 Dutchmans Lane
  • Louisville,KY, 40207


  • Above and Beyond Counseling
  • 5330 South 3rd Street
  • Louisville,KY, 40214


  • Above and Beyond Counseling
  • 5404 Valley Station Road
  • Louisville,KY, 40272


  • Alcohol Education and Counseling Servs
  • 6801 Dixie Highway
  • Louisville,KY, 40258


  • Alpha Counseling Services
  • 2100 Gardiner Lane
  • Louisville,KY, 40205


  • Baptist Hospital East
  • 4000 Kresge Way
  • Louisville,KY, 40207


  • Beacon House Aftercare Program Inc
  • 963 South 2nd Street
  • Louisville,KY, 40203


  • Better Alternatives Counseling
  • 1169 Eastern Parkway
  • Louisville,KY, 40217


  • Center for Behavioral Health KY Inc
  • 1402 Browns Lane
  • Louisville,KY, 40207


  • Central State Hospital
  • 10510 LaGrange Road
  • Louisville,KY, 40223


  • David Harmon and Associates
  • Professional Centre Building
  • Louisville,KY, 40216


  • David Harmon and Associates
  • 4010 Dupont Circle
  • Louisville,KY, 40207


  • Dr Donald T Stokes and Associates Inc
  • 1941 Bishop Lane
  • Louisville,KY, 40218


  • Healing Place
  • 1607 West Broadway
  • Louisville,KY, 40203


  • Interlink Counseling Services Inc
  • 8311 A and B Preston Highway
  • Louisville,KY, 40219


  • Jefferson Drug Court
  • 717 West Market Street
  • Louisville,KY, 40202


  • Kentucky Driving School
  • 3715 Bardstown Road
  • Louisville,KY, 40218


  • LEAP Inc
  • 4738 Rockford Plaza
  • Louisville,KY, 40216


  • Lighthouse Adolescent Recovery Center
  • 1935 Bluegrass Avenue
  • Louisville,KY, 40215


  • Methadone/Opiate Rehabilitation and
  • 1448 South 15th Street
  • Louisville,KY, 40210


  • Morton Center Inc
  • 1028 Barret Avenue
  • Louisville,KY, 40204


  • New Beginnings DUI Program
  • 2210 Meadow Drive
  • Louisville,KY, 40218


  • Saint Jude Womens Recovery Center
  • 431 East Saint Catherine Street
  • Louisville,KY, 40203


  • Seven Counties Services
  • 600 South Preston Street
  • Louisville,KY, 40202


  • Seven Counties Services
  • 914 East Brodway
  • Louisville,KY, 40204


  • Ten Broeck Hospital
  • 1405 Browns Lane
  • Louisville,KY, 40207


  • Ten Broeck Hospital
  • 8521 LaGrange Road
  • Louisville,KY, 40242


  • Thomas J Bumpas M Divinity
  • 6000 Brownsboro Park Boulevard
  • Louisville,KY, 40207


  • AA and Associates Approved Alc/Drug
  • 1225 North Dixie Avenue
  • Radcliff,KY, 40160


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