Alternative Recovery Center (ARC) is Campbellsville’s first long-term substance abuse recovery center for men.
man-with-bottleThe mission of ARC is to provide a safe environment to promote recovery for men suffering with alcohol and drug addictions, to assist in their successful transition to sober living (a sober lifestyle), and to promote the development of skills necessary to become functional members of their families and self sufficient in their communities.
Campbellsville’s ARC is a 100 bed Transitional Living Program for men with various substance addictions as well as the often related problem of homelessness. We are located at 105 Hiestand Farm Road beside the Holiday Inn.
Referrals can come from virtually any source, including the courts, social service agencies, attorneys, churches and families. Please feel free to contact us at (270) 789-0176 for more information.
ARC is part of Kentucky’s “Recovery Kentucky” initiative designed to help Kentuckians recover from substance abuse and rebuild their lives.
In January of 2005, the governor’s office unveiled Recovery Kentucky, an initiative to help Kentuckians recover from substance abuse, which often leads to chronic homelessness.
Kentucky GraphicRecovery Kentucky is a joint effort by the Department for Local Government (DLG), the Department of Corrections and Kentucky Housing Corporation (KHC). These agencies have developed a financial plan that provides construction and operational financing, including Low Income Housing Tax Credits (Housing Credits) from KHC. Operational funding includes DLG’s Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) program and funding from the Department of Corrections. Major sources of development funds for the construction of ARC were provided by KHC, the City of Campbellsville, the Federal Home Loan Bank of Cincinnati, Community Trust Bank and Marian Development Group. Major sources of operating funds for ARC are the Kentucky Department for Local Government, Kentucky Department of Corrections, Kentucky Housing Corporation’s Project Based Section 8 Program and the City of Campbellsville.
For more information on ARC’s parent corporation, please visit Interlink Counseling Services’ web site.
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