Addiction Recovery Services

Take your life back from addiction.

Our programs incorporate evidence-based clinical services provided by licensed and trained treatment professionals with a focus on recovery. We work with a diverse group of individuals, from pregnant and parenting women to men exiting incarceration. All of our facilities are licensed and accredited by the Council on Accreditation. While the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) reports the national average of relapse ranges from 40 to 60% depending on the substance of choice, Volunteers of America’s programs help clients achieve and maintain sobriety at rates higher than the national averages.

Outpatient Services
Volunteers of America Mid-States’ outpatient services are open to anyone in the community seeking treatment for a substance use and/or mental health disorder, as well as their family members. Services are offered at two locations in Louisville, and include individual, group and family intensive outpatient programming (IOP), aftercare, targeted case management and certified peer support provided by licensed and certified clinicians for both substance use and mental health disorders.

In addition to clinical treatment services, case management services are also available to assist individuals and families in securing other supports and services needed to maintain long-term mental health and sobriety.

Residential Services
Men’s Services:
Halfway Back Program: Provides residential treatment to men who are recovering from addiction and exiting the corrections system. This six-month, 50-bed treatment program uses a multi-dimensional recovery approach focused on reintegration into the community.
This program is funded in part by the Kentucky Department of Corrections.

Shelby Men’s Recovery Center: This 14-bed treatment facility offers substance use and co-occurring disorders treatment for men through individual, group, family therapy and psychiatric care while using evidence-based practices. Clients pay a weekly residential fee and engage in treatment programmed to meet their individual needs. Clients in this program attend 12-step recovery meetings in the community to support their recovery treatment. After completion of residential treatment, clients stay connected to their therapy through an outpatient based aftercare program that offers additional support onsite.

Veteran Services:
Veterans Addiction Recovery Program: This 10-bed program provides residential substance abuse treatment for homeless veterans and dually-diagnosed homeless veterans who are referred by the Robley Rex VA Hospital. The program helps men achieve and maintain mental health stability, obtain stable housing and maintain a sober lifestyle. Services include psycho-educational counseling, intensive life-skills training, educational remediation, job skills training and employment assistance
This program is funded in part by the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs and Robley Rex VA Hospital.

Women’s Services:
Freedom House I & II: Our Women’s Addiction Recovery Services provide a residential treatment program for alcohol and/or drug dependent pregnant women and women with young children. This holistic and comprehensive program is designed to treat women with substance use disorders, to break the cycle of addiction in families, to reunite families broken apart by addiction and to promote the birth of healthy, drug-free babies. This eight-bed program expanded to 20 beds in 2015.
This program is funded in part by Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) and the Kentucky Department of Behavioral Health.

VOA Recovery - Women’s Transitional Living Program: This program is designed to provide a sober living environment for women with young children who are in recovery from addiction. The program can serve up to eight families at a time and aims to increase housing stability, as lack of safe, affordable housing can be a major barrier to long-term recovery. Mothers in the program pay a service fee based on their income level, allowing their families to work and save money or pursue educational goals while they live in a community of other families committed to long-term recovery for up to two years.