Learning to Live Life

(Men & Women)
  • Located in Boyle County 

  • Drug and Alcohol Intensive Outpatient Program

  • Licensed By the Office of the Inspector General 

  • Clients are male/female ages 18 years and older

  • 6 Month Program

  • Maximum sixty (60) clients.  

  • Intensive treatment day or evening

  • In lieu of serving jail sentence.



Shepherd’s House Community Impact Treatment Programs

Intensive Outpatient Program provides:

(Men & Women)

  • Evidence-based treatment

  • Integration of best practices, with clinical expertise, in the context of patient characteristics, culture, and preferences

  • 12-Step Programming

  • Clients participate in group and individual therapy

  • Utilize Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)

  • Clients participate (to the extent they are physically able) in our full wellness programs

  • Features wide variety of services including referrals to other programs

  • Vocational and Employment Assistance

  • Client have access to a Medicaid Connector to utilize all services that are available through Medicaid.

  • Clients, when possible, will be introduced to a local contact and support group in his/her community

  • Day Reporting staff will work with the court to ensure additional post-treatment support is available

  • Staff will also work in tandem with the courts to provide custom aftercare program for each client