Our women clients are proud to be a family. From comfortable facilities to supportive staff and trauma-informed care, all areas of our women’s program are focused on healing. Through community and faith, our women nurture and support each other while they study, worship, and work, leading to a self-worth and confidence many never imagined.
We want to make it easy for you to get help. To get started, just give us a call at (859) 375-9200.
One of our well-trained and friendly staff members will talk to you about your eligibility, insurance coverage, and payment options– and it won’t cost you anything. Remember, all your phone conversations with us will be kept private and confidential.
All phone calls are private and confidential. You are also
welcome to submit an online admissions inquiry here.
We have four centers designed specifically for women located in South-Central Kentucky.
The Four Phases of Recovery
The Isaiah House is a program divided into four phases. These phases allow women to focus on getting better with the help of a caring team that provides excellent clinical services. They also offer peer support counseling, which is an essential part of Isaiah House.
75% of graduates who graduated from the 4 phase Isaiah House program have maintained their recovery more than 2 years after graduation.
Education, Work & Housing
In the later stages of the recovery process, our clients have the opportunity to develop personally and professionally with our workforce development program. Clients may take GED classes, college classes, and vocational training, which are provided by our partners like Adult Education, EKCEP, Campbellsville University, BCTCS, and ECTCS. Our campuses have resources for education and job training on site.
When it comes to housing, clients are able to stay at one of our campuses designed just for women. We also have quality and clean recovery housing available. Several of these houses are certified by the National Association of Recovery Residences, and our recovery, transitional, and sober living houses are considered excellent examples for the state of Kentucky.
Frequently Asked Questions
Women’s Mailing Address:
1090 Industry Road, Harrodsburg, KY 40330
Ground Delivery Address:
1090 Industry Road, Harrodsburg, KY 40330
Yes, we offer transportation services within the state of Kentucky.
Yes, we are DOC approved. Our case management team helps clients navigate their court dates and issues. Transportation is provided to court and the appropriate correspondence to ensure compliance.
No, it is not. Our men’s and women’s campuses are located in different counties.
Yes, we do. Our skilled medical team is committed to helping individuals through the discomfort of withdrawal during detox. They are highly qualified and experienced in providing the necessary medical support.
Yes, at Isaiah House, we accept all private insurance. Some insurance plans are in-network, while others may be out of network. Regardless, we are here to assist and collaborate with you and your private insurance to support you during this challenging period. The major private insurance companies we frequently work with include Aetna, Anthem Inc., Humana Inc., UnitedHealthcare, The TRPN network, Cigna, and First Health.
Here’s a list of items you can bring with you:
- 7 outfits (No sleeveless)
- 2-3 pajamas
- Hoodie, jacket and/or coat
- 4 pairs of shoes (1 shoes, 1 sneakers, 1 boots, 1 shower shoes)
- 10 pairs/ socks
- 10 pairs/ underwear
- Any prescribed medications (Non-narcotic)
- State ID and Birth Certificate
- Insurance card (if applicable)
- Up to $100 for personal items to be purchased after entry.
Please do not bring the following items:
- 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
If you wish to bring anything else, please seek prior approval before doing so.
Yes, we are here to help you understand and utilize Casey’s Law. This law is designed to intervene when someone is unable to recognize their need for treatment due to substance abuse impairment. Under Casey’s Law, parents, relatives, and friends can petition the court for treatment on behalf of the individual facing substance abuse challenges.
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Take the First Step
Our compassionate team is here to answer your questions, provide support, and guide you through the admissions process. Call today.