Lydia's House is a residential treatment center for women suffering from substance abuse located in Benham, Kentucky near the foot of Black Mountain. Our program integrates the best practices of clinical drug treatment with a time-tested faith-based recovery model.
Lydia's House utilizes the best practices of clinical drug treatment combined with a core Christian discipleship program. Lydia's House is a CARF accredited, state-licensed Alcohol & Other Drug Entity (AODE) and Behavioral Health Services Organization (BHSO) Residential Program. These designations signify that Lydia's House utilizes the best practices of clinical drug rehab. We have a physician as our medical director, licensed counselors and certified alcohol & drug counselors (CADCs), pastoral counselors and trained peer support specialists staffing our treatment program.
Residents participate in one hour of weekly individual counseling, 15 hours weekly of recovery small groups (12 Steps, NA/AA, Living Free & Celebrate Recovery) and group therapy sessions. We offer groups & counseling in relationships, parenting, self esteem, relapse prevention, aftercare, career & personality testing, DUI program, GED, anger management, and wellness.
The tranquil community of Benham is in the southeast corner of Kentucky, in Harlan County. Benham started as a coal camp, with miners shipping coal from the town's L & N Railroad Depot to the South Chicago Steel Works at the beginning of the 20th century. While the depot is gone today, Benham's vibrant community remain.
Over 90 percent of our clients at Lydia's House are Kentucky Medicaid members. We are happy to answer any questions you have about the cost of treatment as a Medicaid member.