Through our network of both faith-based and non-faith based programs we help people seeking recovery find bed-space in a safe, positive environment to begin their recovery.
People seeking recovery will find that many rehabs offer treatment programs that last 28 days. While this type of treatment program is widely accepted as “standard” in the treatment community, programs of this length may not be sufficient in tackling all the underlying issues that can keep the addict stuck in the vicious cycle of addiction. It is estimated that only 3 of every 100 people who attend a 28-day program will stay sober for one year or longer.
To increase the odds of achieving meaningful and long-lasting sobriety, it is highly recommended those struggling with substance abuse undergo a long-term drug treatment programs that lasts 90 days and longer. Research shows that people completing at least 90 days of treatment have significantly lower relapse rates than those who stay for shorter amounts of time.
About Teen Challenge
Adult & Teen Challenge provides Christian faith-based, residential care to young people and adults who struggle with life-controlling problems.
The programs are typically 12-18 months and consist of Bible studies, work projects, education (for adolescents), recreation and more. Many aspects of the program differ slightly between centers, such as cost, application processes, and day-to-day activities.
731 Hall Street
Owensboro, KY 42303
Monday — Friday
8:00am — 5pm
At Lighthouse Recovery Services Inc we provide the opportunity for someone to change their life through safe housing, participation in a twelve step recovery program, and a life skills curriculum. By changing an individual’s environment and guiding them in the right direction, our program provides the support needed for that individual to be successful in their recovery and the ultimate goal to change their life and the lives of their families for the better.
Lighthouse Recovery Services is an 18 month program that helps men and women with substance abuse issues.