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Isaiah House

4.6 Excellent (24 Reviews) |
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4.6
Excellent
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2084 Main Street
Willisburg, Kentucky 40078

Financial & Insurance Details

  • Insurance
  • Medicare
  • Medicaid
  • Financing

Services

  • Private/Secluded

Facility Highlights

Recovery Education

Marital and Family Counseling

Case Management

Philosophy

As a Christian-based addiction recovery center, the mission of Isaiah House is to provide the best possible care to those entrusted to us regardless of socio-economic means, working not only with the client individually but with the whole family. In all we do, we strive to bring glory and honor to our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. Addiction is certainly a leading cause of poverty in Kentucky and throughout the nation. Its consequences are almost always devastating – loss of employability, homelessness, incarceration, serious physical and mental health issues, divorce, spouse and child abuse/neglect and broken relationships. The Isaiah House provides a comprehensive program that helps clients face and deal with the consequences of addiction in addition to focusing on solutions that prevent relapse and lead to a productive, meaningful life after they complete the program. Love and faith in Jesus is changing lives at Isaiah House on a daily basis.

Facility Center Details

  • Residential Treatment
  • Detox Services
  • Behavioral Disorder Treatment
  • Dual Diagnosis
  • Outpatient Services
  • Intensive Outpatient Services
  • Sober Living Home
  • Day School
  • Private Rooms
  • Pet Friendly
  • Exceptionally LGBT Friendly
  • Men Only
  • Women Only

Accreditation/License

  • CARF
  • JCAHO
  • ADP
  • NAATP

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This Program is the best one out there..they truley care and are the ones making the difference..I would recommend them to anyone wanting to get their life back they will most definitely be the ones to get it done!!
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5.0
Excellent
I thank God and the Isaiah House for giving us my brother back. For anyone really wanting to get clean and sober and willing to put the hard work in this is the place to be. Thank You again
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3.3
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Bad things are happening there right now. People leaving, lies, etc. I sure hope the clients there are taken care of during this time of huge change and investigations.
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No Rating
Total money grab. But I guess since it’s done under the religious label, that’s OK! I’ve never seen so much hypocrisy in my life! Too many ridiculous things to list, but it’s obvious that the focus of this place is money and not recovery! WWJD?? Not the things this place does!
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To be fair, this rehab did help my son. He’s clean now. However, they have some policies that are really quite disappointing. When the guys go to work, they receive $20 a week from their check. They are all taken to work in a van and are charged $50 a week for gas. It was a 15 minute drive for my son. So everyone in the van paid $50. There were 10 people on the van, so $500 a week for gas and there were three shifts. So they make $1500 a week from these guys for gas for a 15 minute drive. Keep in mind this was for just one factory or places of employment. There are others as well. They are charged the $25 a week for their sack lunch which mostly consists of a peanut butter sandwich. So not only are they getting their food stamp card but they are keeping a portion of their pay for a peanut butter sandwich. They put the remainder of their paycheck into their “account”. I also think some of it goes into their canteen account, where they purchase snacks. Parents or others can call and put money into their canteen accounts as well, which we did regularly. When my son became eligible to go into a sober living house, the upfront costs were $600. With his paycheck and our $400 that we paid, he had enough to go. He never went because they were needing some documents that we were trying to get. I’m the meantime, my son kept working and his paychecks went to his account. On the Friday of one of his home visits, he received notice that the judge had released him. He didn’t have to go back. He has the judges order and we assumed the judges office had sent them the same. I called to speak with them about his money and the money that we had paid, a total of over $1,000. I asked for it to be sent to us. I was told that my son walked off and the policy is that if you walk off and don’t complete the 11 month program, you forfeit your money. They said he signed an agreement stating this when he went in. When he went in he was on hard drugs. He wasn’t capable of understanding what he was signing. His mind was not clear. How can that stand as legal? Furthermore, he didn’t walk off, he was released. There are other things that aren’t quite right but others have stated those things in their reviews. They are telling the truth. Employee relapses, fun events that they don’t get to participate in, only work them etc. My son says he felt like at one time, this was a great place because of some of the people who came back to visit who had been there a long time ago. Their opinion of the rehab was very good. I also realize that some may say what’s a thousand dollars if your son is clean. Well, it’s costed much more than that. He worked for that money, it should be his. The money we paid for his rent at the sober living house should be returned because he never was able to go. This circumstance has really disappointed me. I don’t believe it’s fair or right. Just be aware of this going in. Hopefully they will change this policy. My son has nothing. His habit costed him everything. His marriage, his home, his car. $1000 for him may as well be a million dollars. Now, he’s lost that to a facility that apparently is in need of money. They can’t possibly need it more than he does.
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I absolutely love Isaiah House! To work at a place that is Christ based means everything to me. You are part of a family here. Their love for each other and the broken in this world is genuine. If you are looking for a place to heal and recover, this is the place for you.
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4.7
Excellent
Very well established facility. They gave me all the tools I need to live a clean productive life and have a different programs depending on your situation. Best rehab facility I have been to.
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4.3
Great
Isaiah House offers everything a person needs to get their life back on track and become successful.
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4.7
Excellent
Isaiah House is an excellent substance abuse treatment facility. I've had more than one family member get their life together there. As long as a client is willing to employ the skills taught to them there, they can remain sober. The facilities are very well kept. The food is not a beautiful gourmet arrangment, but it's mostly healthy and tastes pretty good. Also, I've never seen them have less than an A+ rating posted by the health department, whom family members saw doing their checks during their long-term stay.
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5.0
Excellent
I'm living proof that there is indeed REAL Hope for addiction and the foundation of a wonderful life in recovery to be found at the Isaiah House!
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5.0
Excellent
I have found Isaiah House to be a very professional and effective treatment center. It truly is a place of miracles!
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I attended This facility thinking that it was going to be a good and helpful place just to find out everything I was told before arrival was fabricated just to get my insurance. I was told that this was a medical detox and that I would not have to come off drugs cold turkey. When I arrived the staff played very nice with my wife doing all they could to make her comfortable with me staying at their facility but as soon as she left everything changed the staff were very rude and some even racist. The food the served reminded me of public school or worst, it was disgusting which makes no since because they make you apply for Foodstamps and give them all to the facility for food.Our staff member was some how given all this power over us when it was obvious that he needed to get his own life in order. When I decided to leave I was talked to badly and disrespected I came back to get the rest of my things and was treated as if I did something to someone they kept an entire carton of my cigarettes and 100$ that I had left to me by my wife when asked about it I was threatened to have me removed from property by local police they didn’t want to explain anything to be at all about my things just told that when I walked off I forfeited the rest of my things and that I signed a paper saying that but was refused any proof of compliance. This is a horrible facility worsft I’ve ever been too and I don’t recommend anyone go if you really want help.
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I paid the deductible for my son to be admitted to Isaiah House for 30 days or more. He was only there for 4 days and they let him get away. Aetna was the insurance provider. They are charging his wife for $900. This can not be right. Same old story. Trust A Christian group and get stabbed in the back!!
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Official Facility Response
We are so sorry to hear that your son was only with us for a few days. It is our genuine desire that all Isaiah House clients complete our full program and begin a new way of life with the tools they acquire here. We try as hard as we can to bring back any clients who leave but we are not always successful. The staff of the Isaiah House prays that your son has found sobriety today and is living his best life.
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4.3
Great
The Isaiah House took me in and provided a safe place when my decision-making became life threatening. As soon as I was able to get out of bed and stand without shaking I was constantly engaged and busy. This was pivotal for me. I learned how to be a hard worker and while my hands were busy so was my mind. The staff are firm and the program is a challenging one. Opportunities were made available to me and doors were opened but I had to earn it all. You could say I grew up in Isaiah House and that experience will always be with me.
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We seen our son rock bottom. Nothing in his future. He was guided to the Isaiah House which we feel has saved his life. I can not say enough on how great the Isaiah House has been to him and our family. Broken chains mended. Love and will always speak kind words for the Isaiah House.
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5.0
Excellent
Great opportunity. If you cant make it there you cant anywhere. They have the NET device for detox, college classes and credits on site, guaranteed fulltime employment for any one who wants it. A ton of great counselors. The food isn\'t that bad. And the rooms are awesome.
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not enough funding.
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5.0
Excellent
I will never be able to express my gratitude enough. Isaiah House gave my husband the tools to come back to his family a whole man.
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3.0
Good
Isaiah House's 90 day treatment program is excellent. The food served is minimal and outdated. Once the client starts the work program, they're sent with cold sandwiches every day. ... Once the client enters into the work portion of the program, rent goes up to $700/month for a small area with 2 bunk beds and 3 other guys. Food is $95/week and a ride to and from work is $25/day for each person. 10-12 guys in a trip. Do the math.
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5.0
Excellent
Would absolutely recommend it.
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4.7
Excellent
Based payment on sliding scale. Recommended to me by friends and family. Glad I went.
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4.0
Great
This was a faith based program, which i believe made all the difference in the world. It saved my life.
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5.0
Excellent
I personally had gone thru 13 rehabs before becoming sober . I've been sober 15 years now and this is the best center I've seen.
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5.0
Excellent
Very effective. Changed my life.
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