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With second location, DV8 Kitchen offering more chances for recovering addicts

It's also a place that gives recovering addicts a job, support, and a second chance.

103-year-old beats COVID-19

Resident at Fair Oaks Health and Rehabilitation wants everyone to know.

Nursing home resident recovers from COVID-19, celebrates

Mills Nursing and Rehabilitation Center in Maysville posted a video of the celebration.

Kentuckians with Substance Use Disorder to have greater access to treatment

A Medicaid waiver will expand coverage and increase access to care for Kentuckians with Substance Use Disorder, according to the state.

National Safe Streets & Second Chances project to discussed the initiative Tuesday

Safe Streets & Second Chances project discussed the initiative and other criminal justice-focused efforts in the Bluegrass State.

Injured sheriff’s deputy Jamie Morales able to drive again

Georgetown Sheriff's Deputy, Jamie Morales, who was injured in the line of duty says he has reached another milestone in his recovery.

Lexington addiction recovery community will get federal dollars

Thursday, co-founders and board members of Lexington addiction recovery community, Voices of Hope, celebrated a federal grant with Congressman Andy Barr and Van Ingram, Executive Director for the Kentucky Office of Drug Control Policy. 

Deputy paralyzed after being shot on duty

The Scott County Sheriff's Deputy shot last week is now paralyzed.

Lexington-Fayette County Health Department celebrates 3 years of needle-exchange program

It has been three years since the Lexington-Fayette County Health Department has opened their needle-exchange program.

UK grad student shares recovery journey, offers hope to others

A UK grad student, recovering from opioid addiction, helped found a non-profit, Voices of Hope, to assist others on their journey in recovery.

Ribbon cut on Lexington recovery center expansion

An expansion to a Lexington shelter is giving 30 more women a place to sleep.

UPDATE: Hiker’s body recovered in Red River Gorge

A hiker from Louisville fell 200-feet to his death overnight in the Red River Gorge, according to Powell County Search & Rescue.

Lawmakers, advocates host “Rally for Recovery”

Leaders in the fight against drug addiction, rallied in the state capitol today to bring awareness to the issue.

Rally4Recovery celebrates addiction-free life

Hundreds gather in Winchester to celebrate overcoming various addictions.

Woman’s body recovered from reservoir in Lexington

The Fayette County coroner says a young woman died Wednesday afternoon while swimming in a reservoir near an apartment complex on Lake Park Road in Lexington.

UPDATE: Searchers find body of man who fell in Kentucky River

Franklin County Sheriff Pat Melton says the search for a man believed to have fallen into the Kentucky River has concluded, after the body of William Rawlings was found Wednesday afternoon, just before 12:00 p.m.

Church looks to fight addiction with new program

A Georgetown church is trying to find innovative new ways to end Kentucky's opioid epidemic.

Addiction Recovery Center for Pregnant Women Open in Louisa

A center that provides drug and alcohol treatment for pregnant women is open in Louisa.

State Collects $52,442 in Unpaid Wages in November

Last month, the Kentucky Labor Cabinet recouped $52,442.67 in unpaid wages for Kentucky workers.

Recovery centers plan expansions amid increase in heroin use

Two nonprofits that provide addiction recovery services are planning expansions in response to a community-wide increase in heroin use.

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