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Hope Center Recovery Program for Women Lexington KY

1524 Versailles Road
Lexington, KY 40504


Alcoholic and addicted women can find a supportive environment for beginning a clean and sober lifestyle at Lexington’s Hope Center Recovery Program for Women.

Service Setting

  • Residential Detoxification


  • Cash or Self-pay


  • Payment Assistance (check facility for details)
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Primary Focus

  • Addiction Recovery Treatment
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Services Provided

  • SOS (Safe, Off-the-Street Sobriety)
  • Motivational Track
  • Recovery Program
  • Peer Mentors
  • Employment & Transitional Housing
  • Community Living
  • Women with Children
  • Health Clinic
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Type of Care

  • Residential

About Hope Center Recovery Program for Women

The recovery program for women is based on the same peer-driven, professionally supervised model as the men’s program. It features SOS (supportive, safe environment to gain sobriety) instead of a detoxification center, adds several gender-specific features, and includes a health clinic. The success of the men’s recovery program led many in the community to urge the Hope Center to open a similar program for women.

In 2002, the Hope Center opened a new residential facility at 1524 Versailles Road to house the Recovery Program for Women.

Outcome data indicates that 95 percent of women remain abstinent from drugs and alcohol six months after entering the program. One year after completion of the program, 71 percent remain abstinent from drugs and alcohol. Many of those who relapse use the tools and resources they learned and quickly return to the path of recovery before doing further damage to themselves and others.

Recovery from addiction and alcoholism is a process, not a destination. For those who participate in the Hope Center Recovery Programs, every day is an opportunity for growth, change and living a positive, productive life.


This program is meant for those who:

  • Are female and 18 years or older
  • Express a desire to stop using alcohol/drugs
  • Priority population is women who are homeless or at-risk for becoming homeless


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