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Matt Layton speaking about 20 YEARS of RECOVERY. Good food, good music, good friends and gratefulness in abundance today at the Hope Center's Recovery Program for Men's Alumni Picnic! ... See MoreSee Less

Posted 2 days ago  ·  

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See you tomorrow at the Recovery Program for Men's Alumnni Day Picnic! 12-5pm at George Privett Recovery Center 250 W Loudon Ave. Delicious food served at noon and then have fun the rest of the day with a Sobriety Countdown, games for adults and kids, face painting and some very good music! It's also a great time to catch up with folks you haven't seen in awhile and make new friends. Alumni, friends, family, students (old and new), volunteers, staff and anyone else who has been on this journey with us are invited to attend. ... See MoreSee Less

Posted 3 days ago  ·  

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Thank you to Larry McCoy and his family for putting together a fantastic show last Friday! Hundreds of Hope Center clients and community members came together at The Addiction Project. ... See MoreSee Less

Posted 4 days ago  ·  

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One Parent Scholar House is a Hope Center program focused on education. Each client is a single-parent seeking their higher education while raising their children. But, in One Parent Scholar House, they aren't alone. Our staff and other student-parents form a supportive community allowing each person to grow and pursue their college degree. The Child Development Center is a 3-Star rated pre-school preparing the little scholars to be kindergarten ready. Please read Jackie's story and then "Like" the page so you can also help support their efforts! ... See MoreSee Less

Jackie's Story: I joined the military right out of high school, in 2005. After having my son Maddox and daughter Lexie my marriage dissolved, but when I moved back from Germany, I called One Parent Scholar House, because my aunt knew about the program. I will graduate from Kentucky State University with a double bachelor’s in biology and psychology. One Parent Scholar House was definitely the stepping stone in my life that helped me rebuild to where I am today. I will always be thankful for the experience. The staff has been awesome, especially Miss Janet. They have been a sounding board when I needed it, and made life easier when I encountered bumps in the road. My daughter Lexie is in the Child Development Center, and is thriving.

Posted 5 days ago  ·  

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Car wash today until 5:30 at George Privett Recovery Center for Men, 250 W Loudon Ave, right across from Hallway Feeds, just look for the signs. Free, though donations for the men's activity fund are greatly appreciated. Yes, they'll even wash SCHOOL BUSES! ... See MoreSee Less

Posted 6 days ago  ·  

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Ball Homes Night of Hopes presented by Don and Mira Ball - Featuring Meredith Baxter - October 27, 2016 at Lexington Opera House
Johnny Carino's presents Hoops for Hope to benefit The Hope Center - Thrusday, November 10, 2016 at Rupp Arena
Hope Center Annual Report 2015




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