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Very effective. Changed my life.
I went to the H.P. In 2010 not knowing the slightest idea of how to be clean or a adult. The staff, all had been there and felt the same way. But they made it and helped me to realize that I’m not alone and I could be clean and sober. I relapsed twice since then. But it wasn’t from a lack of direction or knowledge that the H.P. Didn’t give me. It was my own choice. Since 2014 I have been sober. Ask my mother what the healing place means to her. Ask my friends who thought I was going to die. I gave 2 stars for the accommodations. But it’s free. 100% free. Get over it
The staff is well trained and caring. They make sure to train attendees on life skills (cooking, cleaning, etc) and interpersonal skills before introduction back into real life. This facility is in Southern Kentucky and most attendees are from the area. That being said, the program is mostly geared toward a Christian based program. There doesn't seem to be any holistic approach whatsoever. It fits the area, however. I loved the staff at Independence House. They can only house about 20 women at a time, so it's small and you're able to concentrate on your program without too many personalities coming at you. There is a "KP" schedule, so everyone takes a turn cooking for the house throughout the week. I loved this about this rehab. The staff is quick to resolve any disputes between attendees through mediation. We also took frequent "field trips" to Cumberland Falls, which is nearby and also to local AA meetings.
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