PADUCAH, KY – Four Rivers Behavioral Health has moved back into the company’s Lakes Center offices in Murray following flooding during the torrential rains of the July 4 weekend.
After the offices were flooded, St. Leo’s Catholic Church offered space in their building to Four Rivers Behavioral Health, and clients were seen there without the inconvenience of having to travel to other offices in either Mayfield or Paducah.
Gretchen Roof, vice president of clinical services said, “We owe a big thank you to St. Leo’s for allowing us to use their space during the last few weeks. It was so important to us that service to our clients was still easily accessible.”
She continued, “Our staff is second to none! They acted as movers and clean up crews. We couldn’t have done it without them.”
Four Rivers Behavioral Health took the opportunity to ‘freshen up’ the office space by adding new furniture and better soundproofing in offices to ensure privacy.
The renovated offices opened late last week.
Currently celebrating its fiftieth year, Four Rivers Behavioral Health is a private, not-for-profit agency that provides comprehensive mental health, substance abuse and developmental/intellectual disability services to clients in Ballard, Calloway, Carlisle, Fulton, Graves, Hickman, Livingston, McCracken, and Marshall Counties.