1013 East 13th Avenue
Alcoholics Anonymous - Open meetings for anyone who wants to know more about alcoholism. Closed meetings are for members only. There are many times and locations for meetings. Call for more information on AA or on the following support groups: Alateen, Al-Anon and Parents of Alcoholic Children. See also 'Support Groups' on the ALIVE Center Web site.
Barren River District Health Department
1109 State Street
Provides community health services, immunizations, preventive clinical services, environmental health services, and health information services.
Commonwealth Health Free Clinic
740 East 10th Street
Provides basic medical and dental services to individuals who are in the workforce but do not have insurance or any form of social assistance and do not have the means to pay for their healthcare; income guidelines vary per program please call for more information. Low cost dental services to those who are uninsured.
Depressed Anonymous (DA) is a 12 step Peer Support Group that helps people struggling with depression to generate new positive energies, form networks of friendship and support, and give each other the strength to live each day with hope. DA meets twice a week in Bowling Green, at two different locations: Tuesdays, from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. at Broadway United Methodist Church (off Westen, 1323 Melrose Drive, Bowling Green). For more information, call Katherine at (270) 782-7150, or email at email@example.com. NOTE: This group meets every week, including holidays. Thursdays, from 1 to 2 p.m. at the ALIVE Center (1818 31-W Bypass).
Fairview Community Health Clinic
615 7th Avenue
A community-oriented facility providing financially and culturally accessible health care for the diverse population in Warren and surrounding counties in South Central Kentucky. Bosnian and Spanish translators are available. Prescription assistance programs providing patients with free or reduced cost medications are available. Comprehensive medical and dental care including well child, lab and preventive care. Fee determined by patient's ability to pay.
Matthew 25 AIDS Services, Inc.
Matthew 25 AIDS Services, Inc. supports, educates and treats those infected and affected with HIV/AIDS. In the Bowling Green area we provide care coordination services to HIV positive individuals. Additionally, we facilitate a support group and a food voucher program for those infected with HIV/AIDS. Community education opportunities are also available.
Narcotics Anonymous – 1-800-983-4131
Narcotics Anonymous is an international, community-based association of recovering drug addicts with more than 31,000 weekly meetings in over 100 countries worldwide.
National Alliance for the Mentally Ill
NAMI-Bowling Green -- A Grassroots Voice on Mental Illness -- Representing South Central Kentucky. Support for individuals with a mental illness and also a support group for family member and friends of those with a mental illness; utilize volunteers for community activities. The NAMI Family-to-Family Education Program is a free 12-week course for family caregivers of individuals with severe brain disorders (mental illnesses). The course is taught by trained family members. All instruction and course materials are free for class participants. This course will be taught in the coming months. We are now accepting family members who wish to sign up. Contact: Mrs. Marty Harrison 270.842.5687.(Formerly known as the Bowling Green Alliance for the Mentally Ill.) Information about bipolar illness can be found in BP Magazine. To subscribe please visit www.bphope.com or call 1-888-834-5537. Information about schizophrenia can be found in Schizophrenia Digest. To subscribe please visit www.schizophreniadigest.com or call 1-888-834-5537.
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