ABOUT THE LIBERTY HOUSE
Located in Kings Mountain, K.Y., The Liberty House is a residential program for men and women seeking treatment for addiction The center's goal is to teach men and women how to apply 12-step principles and philosophies in their daily lives. The center describes its treatment as an alternative to residential treatment and hospitalization. Detox is not available on-site.
TREATMENT & ASSESSMENT
Liberty House focuses on teaching clients the tools needed for long-term sobriety, personal integrity, self-respect, and honesty. It operates like a residential program but tries to distinguish itself from residential programs in general.
The treatment program is based around the 12-Step program, which includes daily classes and counseling. The 12-Step program is used in 255 (71 percent) of Kentucky’s treatment facilities. Treatment usually lasts one year, and clients are required to attend at least one 12-Step meeting daily. Before a client graduates, he or she must fill out an aftercare plan, which is tailored to fit individual focuses.
Liberty House is one of Kentucky’s 143 (39.2 percent) of facilities with treatment programs only for men.
The Liberty House offers many different meetings and groups, such as 12-step meetings, daily goal meetings, Newcomer Group, Peer Group, Resident Family Group, and Senior Member Group. These groups focus on specific focus areas and conditions in order to help clients overcome related problems.
Liberty House offers many services to families, including 12-step meetings, therapy, family group sessions, and family contact. Families receive care and support from 268 (74.7 percent) of the treatment facilities in the state.
The facility is staffed by case managers, counselors, operations personnel, and support specialists that focus on managing houses and providing direct life correction support to clients.
ACCOMMODATIONS & AMENITIES
The 16-bed facility has a basketball court, tennis court, and workout area. The center also has a home entertainment center, Internet, a large TV, and on demand movies. There is also an area for fishing and swimming. The center is surrounded by wooded areas, and animals are kept on site for therapy purposes.
WHAT ALUMNI SAY
At the time of this writing, five alumni provided feedback to Rehabs.com about the Liberty Ranch. All of the feedback was positive, centering on high-quality meals, the “tools” they learned through the program, and long term sobriety. As one anonymous reviewer wrote, “The staff was welcoming and the entire unity of the house encouraged treatment to start the very moment that I walked in. The program was intense and everything I did was recovery related.”
On Google, Liberty Ranch has an average rating of 4.5 out of five stars from 53 reviews to date. Many loved ones indicated that the program was successful and effective. Many alumni noted that they enjoyed the activities, such as Ally who wrote “Red River Gorge and jumping off rocks, swimming in our pool, bonfires at the fire pit, going to the movies, and most importantly learning the true meaning of happiness.”
WHAT FRIENDS & FAMILY SAY
At the time of this writing, the single loved one polled by Rehabs.com about the Liberty House gave positive feedback. The loved one wrote how supportive the staff was and how they were “there for them every minute of every day, absolutely amazing.”
The facility's website states that Liberty Ranch accepts insurance plans including Aetna, Cigna, Blue Cross Blue Shield, and more.
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