Your health and wellness are important to us here at DOVES, and we believe in providing holistic, compassionate and supportive referrals to meet your healthcare needs. We want you to have the information you need to make healthcare decisions that are best for you and your family. We are here for you, and we support you without shame or judgment.

On this page, you will find resources and information for HIV/STI testing, pregnancy, parenting, contraception and treatment for drug and alcohol use. If you have other healthcare needs, please do not hesitate to let our staff know and we will do our best to help!

To continue your pregnancy to parent..

 All Options Talk-Line
1-888-493-0092 M-Fri 10-1am, Sa-Su 10-6 EST

Services provided:
Talk-line offers free peer counseling over the phone to anyone at any point during or after pregnancy. Simply call 1-888-493-0092 for open-hearted support that includes abortion, adoption, infertility, parenting, and pregnancy loss.

HANDS Program
606-674-6396

Services Provided:
HANDS is a collaborative effort of the Cabinet for Health Services, the Governor’s KIDS NOW Initiative and other local community agencies. The purpose is to provide information, referral and support for Moms and Dads expecting their first child. The focus is on recognizing your baby’s needs, what to expect as your baby grows, making your home safe and other important topics that could help your baby have a healthy, safe beginning. HANDS is a voluntary, free service to first time parents. Hispanic services are also available.

WIC
606-784-8954

Services provided:
The Official WIC program is available to low to moderate income pregnant women, recently delivered women, breastfeeding women, infants, and children up to age 5 who are at nutrition risk. Fathers can also bring their children to apply for WIC. You may apply for WIC if you are working or unemployed.

St. Claire Healthcare
606-783-6500

Services provided:
3-D Image Ultrasound, BabySteps: From Pregnancy to Parenthood, Dedicated Nursing Unit, Family Atmosphere in Birthing Rooms, Infant/Child Safety Education, Maternity Classes and Tours, Our 365 – Share More, Online Nursery to View New Arrivals, Private Labor & Delivery Rooms

Gateway District Health Department Rowan County Health Center
606-674-6396

Services provided:
Prenatal care for pregnant low-income women and for pregnant teens who have no other source of payment. Women enrolled in Prenatal Care receive regular ongoing prenatal care from a physician or certified nurse midwife. This service also includes delivery and 6 weeks postpartum checkups. This service is provided free to eligible women.

To plan an adoption..

All options talk-line
1-888-493-0092 M-Fri 10-1am, Sa-Su 10-6 EST

Services provided:
Talk-line offers free peer counseling over the phone to anyone at any point during or after pregnancy. Simply call 1-888-493-0092 for open-hearted support that includes abortion, adoption, infertility, parenting, and pregnancy loss.

Commonwealth of Kentucky Adoption Information
800-232-KIDS

Services provided:
A list of independent and private adoption agencies, information about foster care and how to adopt children from foster care, resources for parenting support groups for foster and adoptive parents

To end the pregnancy..

Faith Aloud
1-888-717-5010

Services provided:
Clergy counseling line offers spiritual and religious support through abortion or pregnancy experiences. Trained clergy from diverse faith background are available.

All options talk-line
1-888-493-0092 M-Fri 10-1am, Sa-Su 10-6 EST

Services provided:
Talk-line offers free peer counseling over the phone to anyone at any point during or after pregnancy. Simply call 1-888-493-0092 for open-hearted support that includes abortion, adoption, infertility, parenting, and pregnancy loss.

Kentucky Support Network
1-855-576-4576

Services provided:
Transportation assistance, interpretation for limited English speakers, financial assistance

NNAF

Services provided:
Financial assistance for abortion services

EMW Louisville
502-589-2124

Services provided:
surgical and medication pregnancy termination, on-site counselor available

Planned Parenthood of Cincinnati
513-287-6488

Services provided:
surgical and medication pregnancy termination, on-site counselor available

Women’s Med Center Cincinnati
513-751-6000

Services provided:
surgical and medication pregnancy termination, on-site counselor available

Resources for our clients who want information about HIV/AIDS, Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs) and contraceptives

AIDS Volunteers, Inc. (AVOL)
859-225-3000 – Main office in Lexington, KY but they serve all of Eastern Kentucky

Services provided:
HIV/STI testing, prevention and education services, rent, deposit and utility assistance for people living with HIV, temporary housing for people living with HIV, long-term supported housing for people with HIV/AIDS

The Bluegrass Care Clinic – at the University of Kentucky
859-323-5544
– Serves all of Eastern Kentucky

Services provided:
primary and dental care for people living with HIV, medical case management and mental health services for people living with HIV, HIV medications, substance abuse treatment for people living with HIV, rent and utility assistance for people living with HIV

Gateway District Health Department Rowan County Health Center
606-674-6396

Services provided:
Testing and treatment of various sexually transmitted infectious including syphilis, gonorrhea and Chlamydia and HIV. Family planning and contraceptive services

Morehead State University Health Services
1-800-585-6781

Services provided:
MSU students, employees and their spouses eligible. STD testing, family planning and sexual health services

Resources for our clients who want information about treatment for drug and alcohol use

Pathways
606-324-1141

Services provided: Pathways provides professional and effective services for the prevention, intervention and treatment of alcohol and other drug abuse problems:

  • A detoxification unit for individuals with-drawing from substances

  • Outpatient and intensive outpatient clinical services (individual and group therapy)

  • Inpatient residential services for male adolescent substance abusers

  • Assessment, education and treatment programs for driving under the influence (DUI) offenders

  • Strong family programs and recovery support services

  • Specialized services for chemically-dependent victims of domestic violence

  • Dual disorders services for people with severe mental illness and substance abuse diagnosis

  • Victim advocacy services to provide crisis intervention, hospital and court advocacy, educational programs and training for victims of rape and sexual abuse

SelfRefind
606-783-0046

Services provided:
The expertly trained staff at SelfRefind is committed to helping individuals understand and address the issues that lead to addiction (substance use disorder). Customized treatment plans combine office visits, counseling, recovery assessment, education, links to community resources and laboratory services to properly assist individuals in their recovery.  SelfRefind offers Recovering(me) and Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation – Living in Balance counseling curriculum to help educate and develop life skills necessary for successful recovery.

Serenity House
606-298-4872

Services provided:
Operated by Mountain CompCare, The Serenity House is a residential treatment facility for pregnant females who are currently using opiates. Serenity House provides a multidisciplinary approach to recovery from substance use.

Addiction Recovery Care, LLC
606-638-0938

Services provided:
Addiction Recovery Care, LLC (ARC) operates a network of state-licensed Residential and Outpatient Drug & Alcohol Abuse Treatment Centers in Kentucky. The network includes four residential treatment centers including; a women’s center in Northeast Kentucky near Ashland, a women’s center in Southeast Kentucky near London, a men’s center in Northeast Kentucky near Morehead and a men’s residential center in Southeast Kentucky near Somerset, Kentucky. Current capacity in the residential centers is 64 beds. In addition to our Residential Program, ARC operates outpatient treatment centers that offers intensive outpatient (IOP) and outpatient (OP) programs.