Rehab Center Serving Crown, KY

Rehab Center serving Crown

Isaiah House is available to help individuals and their families who need help in getting their life back. We are here to stand by you in your journey of rehabilitation. Our Rehab Center serving Crown, KY has helped addicts from all walks of life with a program that is designed to lead you down the path of recovery.

 

 

Rehab Services serving Crown, KY

The Isaiah House Rehab Center serving Crown, KY offers treatment for both alcohol and drug addiction. Our services include long-term and short-term residential treatment programs. We also have outpatient treatment as well as medication-assisted treatment. In addition to your rehabilitation treatment, we include primary health care to ensure that you receive any medical care needed.

As you begin to transition back to your normal everyday life we know that starting a new career may be necessary. That is why our long-term treatment program includes job skills training and job placement assistance.

 

Long Term Residential Program

The Long Term Residential Treatment program is an 11-month long-term program that works with you to successfully recover from your addiction. This program includes our job skills training program with assistance in job placement after 100 days in recovery.

 

Short Term Residential Program

Much like our Long Term treatment, the Short Term Residential Treatment program is based on proven practices and research-based therapies. We know how difficult addiction can make every area of your life and that’s why we support you as a person.

 

Outpatient Treatment Center

For individuals that are only in need of a low level of treatment and are unable to leave their job or family for a full residential program, we offer outpatient care. While our residential programs are ideal, we understand that not everyone is able to commit to relocating for treatment.

 

 

 

Rehab with Like-minded Individuals

We offer group therapy with other people who have been where you are now. People that identify with what you’re going through and understand the need for treatment. We also have a complete staff that wants to help you on your road to recovery. We are always available to help. Whether you just want to talk to a team member on the phone to learn more. We can also help you if you want to learn about assistance programs that are available to you.

The truth is that you will cultivate friendships and become one with a community that you will be accountable to and when times are the toughest. That is when the relationships you build here will keep you on the path of recovery. If you need help or you feel like you are in trouble. You can always count on your peers and coaches to be there to offer a helping hand.

 

We know that taking that first step can be hard. Just provide us your contact information and we will reach out to you to make sure all your questions have been answered.

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