Isaiah House Treatment Center celebrates first-ever graduates from women’s long-term recovery program

By Lilli Dubler, Building Kentucky

Isaiah House Treatment Center celebrated its first-ever group of graduates from the Long-Term Residential Treatment for Drug Addiction program for women. Five women completed the 11-month-long program that equips clients with the tools to successfully achieve long-term sobriety.

Isaiah House is Kentucky’s largest non-profit addiction treatment organization, providing short- and long-term residential programs as we outpatient substance use disorder treatment for men and women in Kentucky. They use a holistic approach, addressing physical, mental, spiritual, financial, legal and educational aspects of clients’ lives throughout the recovery process.

The Long-Term Residential Treatment for Drug Addiction program provides clients with accountability in a supportive environment while they stabilize physical and mental health, resolve legal issues, repair familial relationships, address co-occurring disorders, receive job skills training and work toward employment.

Isaiah House is a leading champion in efforts to improve workforce participation rates by curbing the number of people out of the workforce due to substance use disorder. Clients in the long-term program are guaranteed the opportunity of employment after 90 days of addiction treatment. In 2019, 220 clients and graduates of the Long-Term Residential Treatment program were employed through internships and other employment opportunities.

Isaiah House holds the distinction of being the only treatment center in the country that serves as a satellite college campus. Partnered with Campbellsville University, clients in the long-term program can take college courses on-site and can earn up to 12 transferable credits while in treatment. Isaiah House also offers a trade program at the Willisburg Vocational Center, which allows clients to earn their welding certification after participating in the one-year program.

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