Mental Health



Substance Use



How to Volunteer with the 988 Suicide and Crisis Lifeline

The 988 Suicide and Crisis Lifeline is a national resource for individuals facing any kind of mental health challenge. New Vista’s Crisis Team answers the call for Central Kentuckians and is committed to providing local resources and support to all who need it. If you live in Kentucky and are looking for a volunteer opportunity […]

Residential Treatment that Puts the Client First

The newly renovated New Vista Schwartz Center offers residential substance use treatment to Central Kentuckians looking for an evidence-based, supportive path to recovery. Renovations to the Lexington facility include updated flooring, furniture and appliances in both the men’s and women’s wings. New common areas feature space to gather for support or just relax and connect […]

It’s Time to End the Stigma Around Medications for Opioid Use Disorder

Image shows a woman with text that says There is hope. Recovery is possible.

For many people, the path to long-term and successful recovery includes Medications for Opioid Use Disorder or MOUD. These lifesaving medications work by filling brain receptors left empty when removing illicit opioids from the system, according to Andrea Bruhn, New Vista Regional Director of Substance Use Services. The medications used are FDA-approved and have been […]