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Long Term Residential

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Our treatment centers adhere to the highest standards in the industry. Isaiah House has been a state-licensed Alcohol and Other Drug Entity (AODE) since 2010 and a state-licensed Behavioral Health Service Organization (BHSO) since 2014. In 2015, Isaiah House became one of the few treatment centers in the state of KY achieving national accreditation by Joint Commission. Joint Commission evaluates nearly 21,000 health care organizations and programs in the United States. It is the nation’s oldest, largest and most prestigious standards-setting and accrediting body in health and treatment care. This accreditation is the gold standard of quality service and provides assurance that our clients are receiving the highest level of performance and service.

We understand that addiction impacts every aspect of a person’s life and therefore our professional staff assist each client in every aspect of their life including the spiritual, physical, mental, emotional, legal, educational, financial and relational dimensions.

Long Term Residential – Isaiah House Main Campus

For those seeking more advanced treatment, we offer a longer period of time and services including:

Individual Counseling

Individualized Treatment Planning

Family Telephonic Consultation

Couples Counseling

Family Education

Psychological Testing

Legal/Financial Case Management

Drug and Alcohol Testing

Discharge/Relapse Prevention Planning

Job Skills Training

Leadership Development

College Courses on Site

Career Counseling

Group Counseling

Family Counseling

Crisis Counseling

Marriage Counseling

12 Step Program

Alcohol and Other Drug Education

Medical Evaluation/Monitoring

Health and Exercise Activities

Transportation

Full-time Employment

GED Classes on Site

Internship Opportunities

Discharge/Relapse Prevention Planning

Continuum of Care

As an additional level of care, our long term recovery program allows clients to return to the main campus for a monthly weekend visit. These additional weekend services are available for 3 consecutive months. This helps to ensure clients are solid in applying recovery tools before final discharge from the program. During this transitional phase the client receives:

Individualized Treatment Planning

Drug Testing

Encouragement via Therapeutic Community

Peer Support Services as Needed

Access to Individual Counseling as Needed

Review of Recovery Skills Application

Ongoing Support

Targeted Case Management Services as Needed

What to bring:

  • 10 changes of clothes
    (No sleeveless shirts)
  • 4 pairs of shoes
    (1 shoes, 1 sneakers, 1 boots, 1 shower shoes)
  • 10 pairs/ socks
  • 10 pairs/ underwear
  • Laundry basket
  • Any prescribed medications (Non-narcotic)
  • Insurance card (if applicable)
  • Bible
  • Up to $100 for personal items to be purchased after entry.

Please do not bring:

  • Cell phones
  • Pocket knives
  • Bleach products
  • Food or drinks
  • Personal hygiene products (these will be provided)
  • Electronics of any kind
  • Expensive jewelry
  • Playing cards
  • Books or magazines
  • Coat hangers
  • Personal vehicles

Please seek prior approval before bringing anything else.

Learn more about Operation UNITE

We have OPEN BEDS for men with Kentucky Medicaid. Our Admissions team is standing by to answer your call.

Call 859-375-9200 or Submit an Admissions Inquiry

Isaiah House Recovery Center
2084 Main Street
Willisburg, KY 40078
(859) 375-9200

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