We value all paths to recovery
Our tent is big enough for everyone. Everyone is welcome, regardless of your recovery support, the medication you may (or may not) be on, etc.
We focus on recovery potential, not the pathology
When you seek our services, we will ask you how your recovery is going and how we can support your recovery. We want to move you along the road of recovery. We do not focus on details of your addiction. We focus on the future.
Err on the side of being generous
When on the fence about a decision regarding a recoveree, we ask what the generous thing to do is and that steers us in the right direction. We change our thinking to that of optimism and hope rather than pessimism and doubt. We are subscribing to the belief that good works multiply.
Recovery is holistic
Recovery is relational and we are supported through our social networks and the community. Promoting biopsychosocial wellness helps us promote holistic recovery.
People are in recovery when they say they are in recovery
The definition of recovery is personal, and we do not determine when someone else is in recovery. For some, recovery begins when they make the sincere commitment to change their relationship with drugs or alcohol. For others, recovery is abstinence from drugs and alcohol. You are in recovery if you say you are, and you are welcome.
Err on the side of the recoveree
This is the essence of a strength based, person-centered approach. We do what we believe is best for you.
We protect the privacy of individual recoverees.
We identify, nurture and develop leadership from within the recovery community
This principle guides our decision-making process when selecting board members and volunteers. We actively welcome feedback about our programming from the recovery community of Central Kentucky.
We ensure diversity and inclusion
We actively pursue diverse representation in all our programming, including diversity of thought and recovery path. We believe diversity makes us stronger and will lead to a thriving organization that represents the recovery community of Central Kentucky. You are always welcome.