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Our Lady of Peace Moves Adult Outpatient Center to Help Expand Services
New off-site location and renovation to be celebrated with unveiling and tours

Our Lady of Peace, part of KentuckyOne Health, has moved its Adult Outpatient Center to a new off-site location, helping expand therapy services. The Adult Outpatient Center offers treatment to those 18 years or older for serious and persistent mental illness, substance use disorders, psychiatric disorders and co-occurring disorders. The program will now be located at 4414 Churchman Avenue. The 15,000-square-foot building has 15 group rooms for therapy clinics and 12 office space/rooms. It is adjacent to Sts. Mary & Elizabeth Hospital.

The new location was needed to expand other therapy services for children and adolescents at the main Our Lady of Peace location on Newburg Road. Inpatient services will continue to be available at the main location.

WHAT:
Unveiling of new off-site Our Lady of Peace Adult Outpatient Center for therapy

WHEN:
Wednesday, April 12
1:45 p.m. event begins
2:00 p.m. comments

WHERE:
Our Lady of Peace Adult Outpatient Center
4414 Churchman Ave.
(Next to Sts. Mary & Elizabeth Hospital)
Louisville, KY 40215

WHO:
·      Jennifer Nolan, president, Our Lady of Peace
·      Most Reverend Joseph E. Kurtz, Archbishop of Louisville
·      Leslie Buddeke Smart, division vice president of development, KentuckyOne Health
·      Guy and Libbye Montgomery, Jewish Hospital & St. Mary’s Foundation donors
·      Senator Morgan McGarvey, Kentucky Senate
·      Representative Jim Wayne, Kentucky House of Representatives
·      Pat Mulvihill, Louisville Metro Councilman

MORE:
This project was made possible by the Jewish Hospital & St. Mary’s Foundation, and a generous gift from Guy and Elizabeth Montgomery in memory of Elizabeth’s brother, Nicholas X. (Nick) Simon.

Nick Simon was a graduate of St. Xavier High School and Northwestern University. After graduation, he joined the family business and later became president and CEO of at Publishers Printing Company in Shepherdsville, Kentucky, the fourth largest magazine printer in North America. Simon passed away in 2016 after a lengthy and courageous battle with depression.

Our Lady of Peace provides a team of professionals from multiple disciplines. The treatment is supervised by a psychiatrist and supported by staff that includes licensed clinical alcohol and drug counselors, licensed professional clinical counselors, licensed clinical social workers and registered nurses.

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Publish Date: 

Monday, April 10, 2017