Cumberland Hall provides no cost healthcare assessments, 24 hours a day, seven days a week, for patients or families who come to our facility. Dependents and retiree patients do not require a referral from their primary care doctors, while active duty Service Members must be referred from an entity on base.
Please review our TRICARE referrals information:
Service Members must be referred by:
- Embedded Behavioral Health (EBH)
- Emergency Clinic Behavioral Health (ECBH)
- Army Substance Abuse Program (ASAP)
- Adult Behavioral Health (ABH)
- High Interest Program (HIP) or a clinic on base
Unless suicidal, walk-in patients are sent to ABH for referral. Same-day appointments are available unless a later date is preferred. Our compassionate team of nurses provide a free assessment to help determine the patient’s specific needs.
Referrals for Dependents
Civilians and dependents do not have to be referred by their primary care physicians, they can be self-referred. As with Service Members, same-day appointments are available to the patient unless a later date is preferred. Our compassionate team of nurses provide a free assessment to help determine the patient’s care. If outpatient treatment is recommended, multiple options for treatment are offered.
With parental consent, child and adolescents are enrolled in the Cumberland Hall School, which is part of Christian County School District. Cumberland Hall School coordinates with the adolescent’s school guidance department to determine class curriculum.
We are dedicated to providing our patients with quality, affordable treatment. Cumberland Hall works closely with patients, their families, agency representatives and insurance companies.
Accepted Insurance Providers:
- Kentucky Medicaid — for patients up to age 20
- Indiana Medicaid
- Blue Cross Blue Shield
If you don’t see your provider on our list, we can contact them to determine what coverage is available. For individuals who do not have insurance, or do not want to use their insurance, we will accept direct payment.