Spotlight on KY: Community Mental Health Centers (CMHC)

Publicly-funded community services are provided for Kentuckians who have problems with mental health, developmental and intellectual disabilities, or substance abuse, through Kentucky’s 14 regional Boards for Mental Health or Individuals with an Intellectual Disability (Regional MHID Boards). Regional MHID Boards are private, nonprofit organizations established by KRS Chapter 210 which serve residents of a designated multi-county region.

For information about mental health, developmental and intellectual disabilities, or substance abuse services, contact the local office of your Regional MHID Board. Learn More

Community Mental Health Centers (CMHCs)
and Adult State-Operated or State-Contracted Psychiatric Hospitals
Alphabetically by County