Genesis Recovery Kentucky Center
The Genesis Recovery Kentucky Center are long-term residential recovery programs for adult men seeking recovery from substance abuse. The program is nine to twelve months. This is a nonprofit organization and an affiliate of the Recovery Kentucky initiative.
The Genesis Recovery Kentucky Center serves a population of 100 adult men and offers four levels of recovery which incorporate a social model of recovery, peer support, accountability, daily living skills, job responsibilities, and practical living experiences.
Eligibility and Intake Criteria
About The Program
The recovery program is composed of four basic components:
1. SOS or “Safe Off the Streets”: In this phase the addict/alcoholic can allow his body to become alcohol and drug free. This phase allows the client to assess his condition and determine whether he wants to begin to recover from addiction.
2. Motivational Tracks I and II: Residents in this phase are asked to accomplish assigned tasks. Residents “trudge” to off-site self-help meetings and alcohol and drug education classes.
3. Phase I: This phase of the program offers an effective solution to the problems of addiction and alcoholism. Program goals are recovery from addiction, social wellness, and economic independence.
4. Phase II/Transitional Program: At this phase, the resident may become an Assistant Staff for clients in the motivational or recovery phase of the program or may seek employment in the community while continuing to reside in the facility.
The first step to getting help is to contact the Genesis Recovery Kentucky Center at 606-898-2111 for a phone assessment.
PREA (Prison Rape Elimination Act) Statement: Pathways’ Genesis Recovery Kentucky Center have a zero tolerance policy toward all forms of sexual abuse or sexual harassment between any client, and staff, volunteers, contractors, visitors, or other clients. Anonymous or third party reports may be made by calling the PREA hotline toll free at 1-833-362-PREA (7732). All reports of sexual abuse or harassment will be administratively investigated by specially trained MIC/GRKC investigators. Sexual Abuse allegations that involve possible criminal behavior will be referred for investigation to the Kentucky Department of Corrections and Kentucky State Police. In such cases, the MIC/GRKC administrative investigators shall cooperate with outside investigators and shall endeavor to remain informed about the progress of the investigation.