Liberty Place at Shelby Campus

Men's Addiction Recovery Program


You will be supported at every step.

When you are at Liberty Place, you will work hard to overcome your addiction and open the doors to a new, substance-free world. Our team of clinical professionals will have high expectations for you - goals to meet, skills to learn and challenges to overcome. You will be supported at every step.

At Liberty Place, we offer comprehensive treatment for substance use disorder. Through our evidence-based practices you will receive individual, group and family therapy and psychiatric care.

1436 South Shelby Street, Louisville, KY 40217 

Rickey found recovery and a new hopeful life

Rickey J. Green is a VOA Liberty Place graduate, supporter and current Board member. Rickey came to VOA in 2006 struggling with substance use disorder. With the help of our Liberty Place – then Shelby Men’s Recovery – team, he found recovery and a new hopeful life. Sixteen years later Rickey is happily married with two children and using his musical talent to share his story and inspire others and show them that recovery is possible.

Rickey Green's VOA Journey

Begin your new life today.

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What to bring with you

A change of clothes for everyday of the week (7 pants, 7 shirts, 7 boxers, etc.).

Tobacco Products: Cigarettes-up to 1 carton at a time, dip, and chewing tobacco. No vaping, Black and Mild’s, or cigars. You will not be able to keep your tobacco products.

Up to $50 cash at one time, all other money will need to be on a card

Hygiene products that do not contain alcohol

Clipper/Trimmers are acceptable

Clients can bring cellphone/charger/headphones, etc. but will not have immediate access to them

Two pair of shoes & 1 pair of shower shoes

VOA provides all bed linens (pillow, sheets, blankets, etc.) and towels-clients may bring their own if
they prefer, beds are twin size. Two towels, and two wash cloths

Eye Glasses or readers 

Before you leave VOA, not only are you stable in your long-term recovery, you have a job and have re-entered the work force and you've learned a skill or trade or you've returned to school.

Jennifer Hancock, VOA's President and CEO