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Willisburg, Kentucky 40078

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Why Give to Isaiah House?

Treatment for substance use disorder is a critical need in our community. Unfortunately, insurance rarely pays for more than 28 days in residential treatment. Providing treatment beyond the first few weeks takes support from churches, individuals, businesses, and other organizations that can help cover expenses needed for our clients to continue in long-term treatment.

The investment makes a difference. Our surveys of graduates show that those who remain in long-term treatment and transition to sober living housing more than double their chances for maintaining sobriety.

With the number of fatal overdoses increasing, it is vital that we join together to provide our clients with every chance for a meaningful, productive life. Your gifts help pay for job training, education, life skills coaching, community service opportunities, accountability, and basic needs required for our program graduates to build a new life.

We invite you to donate today and help support our efforts to save lives and restore families. Your contribution is very much needed and greatly appreciated.

Join the Life Savers Club!

Start a monthly donation to join the Isaiah House Life Savers Club.  When you select a “Monthly” donation in the donate box, you will be automatically enrolled in the Isaiah House Life Savers Club!

Thank you to our Corporate and Foundation Partners

  • Big Lots Foundation
  • Bob Barker Company Foundation
  • Central Kentucky Community Foundation
  • Communicare, Inc.
  • Cralle Foundation
  • Good Samaritan Foundation
  • Heart of Kentucky United Way
  • Kentucky Colonels Good Works Program
  • Kentucky Opioid Response Effort (KORE)
  • Kentucky Social Welfare Foundation
  • Orbis Industries
  • PNC Bank
  • The Gheens Foundation
  • Toyota Motor Manufacturing Kentucky
  • Tri-County United Way
  • U.S. Bank Foundation
  • U.S. Department of Agriculture
  • Walmart Community Grants Program
  • Wilderness Trace Foundation