New women’s treatment center to open in Harrodsburg

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A women’s treatment center is set to open in Harrodsburg, Kentucky next month.

MERCER COUNTY, Ky. (WTVQ) – A women’s treatment center is set to open in Harrodsburg, Kentucky next month.

The new substance abuse treatment center is managed by Isaiah House and is set to open February 4.

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The Isaiah House treatment center manages four centers serving 138 male clients.

The Lisa Walker Center will provide the nation’s best treatment to female clients battling addiction.

The new facility will serve as many as 16 residential clients at a time.

Each center is staffed with two licensed therapists, a registered nurse, a targeted case manager and several certified peer support specialists, as well as house management staff.

The Lisa Walker Center is now accepting applications and will begin admitting clients on February 4.

Payment options will include self-pay, KORE, most commercial insurance plans, and Medicaid.

For more details, contact Isaiah House treatment center admissions at 859-375-9200 or click HERE.

Isaiah House Treatment Center is an outpatient, intensive outpatient and residential treatment program with a Gold Standard of care for men.

A women’s treatment center is set to open in Harrodsburg, Kentucky next month.
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