Innovative new community center connects Kentuckians with needed educational resources, workforce opportunities while combatting addiction 

 By Lilli Dubler, Building Kentucky

Isiah House leaders and community partners cut the ribbon on the Recovery Life Center in Harrodsburg.
Photo courtesy of Isaiah House

Isaiah House, Kentucky’s largest community-focused nonprofit addiction resource, proudly announced the opening of its Recovery Life Center in Harrodsburg, continuing the organization’s mission of offering help, hope and healing to the people of Kentucky. In addition to Isaiah House’s Harrodsburg campus, the Recovery Life Center is Kentucky’s newest community resource.  

The Recovery Life Center will offer multiple resources and opportunities for all Kentuckians. It will be home to educational resources, including courses, clinics and workforce development as part of Isaiah House’s partnership with the Kentucky Community & Technical College System (KCTCS). The center will also serve as a community resource for addiction recovery support groups, faith-based groups and more.  

“Our mission goes far beyond offering treatment programs to Kentuckians struggling with substance use disorder – we’re committed to setting our neighbors up for long-term success,” Isaiah House CEO Nick Wren said. “Our goal is to ensure each person who enters our doors has the resources they need to maintain sobriety for a lifetime. The Recovery Life Center will be home to addiction recovery support groups, educational courses, clinics and more. We’re incredibly excited about its opening and the great addition it is to our network of community resources.”  

Isaiah House is led by experts in the field of addiction treatment with decades of medical and health care experience. Its new center in Harrodsburg echoes a proven, evidence-based method of personalized addiction treatment, allowing clients to pursue recovery in an all-encompassing, engaging, caring and spiritual environment. 

This community center in Harrodsburg is a welcome resource for Mercer County and beyond. It has the capacity to serve people from across Kentucky, accepting Medicaid, commercial insurance and self-pay. Since 1999, Isaiah House has helped thousands of men and women achieve recovery.  

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