Volunteers of America’s Halfway Back Program has provided residential alcohol and drug treatment to men recovering from addiction and exiting a correctional facility since 1987. This 50-bed treatment program uses a Twelve Step recovery approach, and men live in the Milieu Therapy setting for six to 18 months.
Volunteers of America’s Third Step Program is an 18-bed licensed residential alcohol and drug treatment program for men ages 18 to 45 that includes individual and group counseling, psycho-educational sessions, relapse prevention, anger and stress management, and GED education. Average length of stay is six months, followed by six months of after-care services. Federal funding is available for individuals in Louisville and seven surrounding counties.
Women's Substance Abuse Treatment Services
Volunteers of America provides long-term residential treatment program for alcoholic or drug-dependent pregnant and parenting women. The holistic and comprehensive program is designed to treat the women’s chemical dependency, break the cycle of addiction in families, reunite families broken apart by chemical dependency, and promote the birth of clean, sober, healthy babies.
Mental Health and Co-occurring Disorders Treatment
Shelby Men's Center
Designed for men facing the challenges of substance abuse, homelessness and mental illness, the Shelby Men's Center provides life skills training, individual and group counseling, employment readiness, and long-term housing.
Kentucky Care Coordinator Program (KCCP)
Volunteers of America’s Kentucky Care Coordinator Program provides case management to individuals living with HIV/AIDS and assists with access to free or reduced medicines and medical care. Additionally, KCCP assists clients dealing with substance abuse and mental health issues by referring them to appropriate programs. The goal of KCCP is to help clients manage the disease and to facilitate coordination between clients’ informal support systems (family, friends, caregiver, group sponsor, psychotherapist, etc.) and available formal support systems.
Developmental and Intellectual Disability Services
Volunteers of America is a trusted provider of high-quality services for individuals with intellectual, cognitive and developmental disabilities. Services include intensive support services, medical care supervision, transportation, and access to community services and activities at neighborhood-based homes and community living supports for family members who care for individuals with developmental disabilities at home.