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What We Do | Programs & Services

Individualized Peer Support

Our peer to peer services involved recovery management, goal setting, recovery resource navigating, and sharing lived expierence from both the peer and participant.

Tom Spicer

Online Support Groups

We currently offer over 12 free online peer support groups and classes for those living with substance use disorders. We use Facebook Live and Office Suite HD for groups.

Tom Spicer

Employment Services

We have a peer support specialist who focuses on job readiness such as job searching, resume creating, mock interviews and helpings folks navigate the barriers with employment.

Sara Bickers

Re-Entry Services

We have a peer support specialist who works solely with those who have experienced incarceration, long term treatment, or detox. They work on getting ID's, birth certificates, and social security cards.

Chauncy Huff

Community Outreach

Collaborating with community partners is the heartbeat of what we do. We understand that we can't help everyone. We connect with local addiction agencies who also assist with resources.

Martin Warne

Recovery Events

Each month we provide free, drug and alchol free events for our participants and community memebers. Engagments include coffee hour, recovery talks and our annual block party.

Martin Warne


> Housing Services | Wednesdays, 11:00 am - 1:00 pm | Appointment Only | More Info

> Need a cell phone? We work with Standup Wireless to help folks get phones *Certain Requirements

> HIV Testing | We work with the local health department to help folks to know their status|

> Not in Kentucky? Call the center and we can help you find a local recovery center in your town.

To light the way toward recovery for those with substance use and mental health disorders through education, advocacy and the gift of hope.

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Last Updated: 10/27/2020 at 1:12 PM EST

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