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.
Clients who progress in their recovery and are ready to transition to a lower level of care are offered outpatient services. This level of care provides the flexibility for continued employment and educational opportunities while engaging in ongoing treatment. Our Employee Assistance Program (EAP) is also an option for businesses seeking to help their employees struggling with addiction. Some of the services available include:
Individualized Treatment Planning
Legal/Financial Case Management
12 Step Program
Targeted Case Management
Monitoring of Recovery Skills Application
Alcohol and Other Drug Education
Peer Support Specialists
Sober Living Homes/Transitional Living
Discharge/Relapse Prevention Planning
Employee Assistance Program
Business Owners: Why should you consider an Employee Assistance Program?
- 1 out of 5 workers aged 18-25 abuse drugs on the job
- 73% of all drug users are employed according to U.S. Department of Health and Mental Services Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration
- 80% of these steal from their employer
- 300% more sick benefits are used by substance abusers
- Drug abusers have almost 4 times more work-related accidents
- Drug abusing employees cost employers $15,000 per employee per year in healthcare costs and decreased productivity
You have invested in your employees through training and offering of benefits, why not invest in helping them receive treatment for their addiction? The end result is you potentially save a life and gain a very productive, loyal and grateful employee!