Until now, people that had an addiction problem but could not go somewhere without feeling like
"The World" would know about their recovery process...


We understand that some people in our community wish to be seen in a completely confidential environment. That is why JoyRich Health Care Centers & BeFree Centers for Addiction now offer "CONCIERGE TREATMENT". When you call for an appointment, please let us know that you are interested in our "Confidential Addiction Treatment" and we will arrange a special appointment for you that will assure you that you will not be waiting in a room with other patients but be escorted discreetly by our staff directly to the doctor. You will not be waiting for a doctor with other patients. The doctor will be waiting for you and you will arrive in a private entrance immediately. There is an additional fee for this "Concierge Treatment" but we offer it to ensure you that your privacy and time will be respected to the best of our ability and you will not be waiting in a room with others.


We understand that many people that are in the “Public Eye” can’t be seen in a waiting room designed for addiction treatment.

You will be coming to a Primary Health Care Center.
The premise of your visit is Primary Health Care.

Your confidentiality is our mission!
We follow strict guidelines for our “Concierge Program” to assure you that your recovery is PRIVATE in our facility.

Your time is valuable!
We will have a time when you are to be “seen”, not waiting for the medical staff to get around to you!

Everything is on site!
From induction, labs, counseling and prescriptions… it’s all under one roof… No driving around from place to place.

If heroin addiction is affecting you or someone you know, you are not alone!

Kentucky ranks as one of the highest addiction rates to heroin addiction in the country. If you or someone you know is suffering with an addiction to heroin or painkillers of any type ,
JoyRich Healthcare Centers is here to help!

We DO NOT judge… 


We are now accepting new patients for our

Confidential Addiction Treatment!

Top 10 symptoms of those with a heroin addiction

Usage Increase – Over time, it is common for individuals addicted to taking prescription medications to grow tolerant to the effects of their prescribed dose. If someone you know seems to be increasing his/her dose over time, this is an indication that the amount they were taking is no longer providing them relief.

Change in Personality – Changes in a person’s normal behavior can be a sign of dependency. Shifts in energy, mood, and concentration may occur as every day responsibilities become secondary to the need for the relief the prescription provides.

Social Withdrawal – A person addicted to painkillers may withdraw from family, friends and other social interaction.

Ongoing Use – Continued usage after a medical condition has improved will result in the person needing extensions on his/her prescription. The person might talk of how they are “still feeling pain” and need just a little longer on the medication in order to get well. He or she might also complain frequently about the doctors who refused to write the prescription for one reason or another.

Time Spent on Obtaining Prescriptions – A person addicted to painkillers will spend large amounts of time driving great distances and visiting multiple doctors to obtain the drugs. Watch for signs that he or she seems preoccupied with a quest for medication, demonstrating that the drug has become their top priority.

Change in Daily Habits and Appearance – Personal hygiene may diminish as a result of a drug addiction. Sleeping and eating habits change, and a person may have a constant cough, runny nose and red, glazed eyes.

Neglects Responsibilities – A person addicted to painkillers may call in sick to work more often, and neglect household chores and bills.

Increased Sensitivity – Normal sights, sounds and emotions might become overly stimulating to the person. Hallucinations, although perhaps difficult to monitor, may occur as well.

Blackouts and Forgetfulness – Another clear indication of dependence is when the person regularly forgets events that have taken place and appears to be suffering blackouts.

Defensiveness – When attempting to hide a drug dependency, a person addicted to painkillers can become very defensive if they feel their secret is being discovered. They might even react to simple requests or questions by lashing out.

Better results!

Many people with a heroin addiction or opioid addiction may think they can overcome it alone. If you are thinking this way, please consider the following: Opioid cravings are extremely strong and can occur months and even years after your last use. The intensity of these urges can put even the most committed people at risk for relapse. Treatment Advisers can help you understand many aspects of your addiction and healing.

Looking for a Private Addiction Center?

Those who are addicted to painkillers know just how serious an illness it is. The initial high obtained from them slowly fades away and the more they take painkillers the higher doses are needed to obtain (chase) that same high. This vicious cycle continues for those addicted to chasing the "high" the received the very first time.

Private Addiction Treatment.

The goal of treatment is to help people stay in treatment and reduce the use of illicit opioids. Treatment for opioid dependence has several components:

++ A physical component, including treatment with  a specific medication for your addiction, helps keep cravings and withdrawal symptoms under control so patients can focus on their treatment

++ psychological and behavioral components, addressed with appropriate counseling, help patients identify and work through triggers and stressors so they are prepared with certain situation arise, and help them make the necessary behavioral changes.

You will find at  JoyRich Health Care Centers We have Licensed Medical Professionals are available at your convenience for an initial consultation, meeting you in a confidential , non-threatening environment to set up a treatment plan specifically designed to aid in your recovery.


Almost 2 million people in the United States dependent on opioids, it is more common than most people may think. It’s important to recognize that opioid dependence is a brain disease, not a moral failing.

Caring for a loved one who is addicted to prescription opioid painkillers or heroin isn’t easy. Opioid dependence is a medical condition. In order to treat this condition and provide the best opportunity for your loved one, he or she will require a plan that includes medication, counseling and your support.

Start your recovery with our

Confidential Addiction Treatment
by calling us TODAY!
Simply ask for our
"Concierge Program"

We are here to help!

JoyRich Health Care Centers
2387 Professional Heights Plaza
Lexington, KY 40503

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