Addiction Recovery Care – Beth’s Blessing

Addiction Recovery Care – Beth’s Blessing

Beth’s Blessing’s program utilizes the best practices of clinical drug treatment combined with a core Christian discipleship program. Beth’s Blessing is a CARF accredited, state-licensed Alcohol & Other Drug Entity (AODE) and Behavioral Health Services Organization (BHSO) Residential Program. These designations indicate that Beth’s Blessing 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.


Opened in 2012 and Located n Annville, K.y., Beth’s Blessing is
a faith-based treatment center, and is an Addiction Recovery Care (ARC) facility, part of a network of addiction rehab centers in Kentucky. It is one of the 48 (13.2 percent) of Kentucky facilities that offers long term, residential services. It also offers non-medical detox on-site.


According to Addiction Recovery Care’s website, access to treatment at this facility begins with an online application. Once women are admitted, they begin social detox support for three to seven days, or are referred to a local hospital if medical detoxification is necessary.

Following this period of stabilization, clients participate in a 30- to 60-day period of highly structured Christian and clinical counseling based treatment. Clients participate in a 12-step process, with access to Narcotics and Alcoholics Anonymous, Celebrate Recovery, and Living Free groups.

Programming includes daily groups and weekly individual counseling. Therapy and educational sessions focus on self esteem, relationships, parenting, anger management, relapse prevention, and whole person wellness. Women at Beth’s Blessing also receive spiritual mentoring, personality testing, and GED and vocational support. Residents work on developing financial and nutritional living skills and participate in community service and recreational activities.

ARC requires weekly screening for drugs and alcohol as well as nicotine. Prior to discharge, clients work with a case manager to create an aftercare plan.

The parent organization’s services build through three phases. After completing one or two months at this facility, clients are encouraged to continue less intensive treatment while transitioning to a sober living facility. Some clients will begin a six- to nine-month internship program that culminates in health and human services certification from a local university.


Addiction Recovery Care’s website notes the treatment team includes a physician, pastoral counselors, certified alcohol and drug counselors, and peer support specialists who are alumni of ARC’s residential treatment and training programs. Licensed therapists supervise addiction counselors.


Photographs on the facility’s official Facebook page show shared bedrooms furnished with bunk beds. Beth’s Blessing is set in an updated, historic stone house on the Annville Institute campus, where residents may use the campus swimming pool. Weekly visitation with loved ones is allowed, but clients may not use personal electronic devices or cellphones.

WHAT ALUMNI SAY has yet to receive any feedback from this facility’s former clients. However, the 40 people to leave reviews on Beth’s Blessing’s Facebook page, which it has the ability to manage, gave an average of 4.7 out of five stars. The reviewers tended to praise the staff and characterize the program as life-saving. [1]

“Beth’s Blessings saved my life. Gave me hope and restored my faith,” Renee wrote in a representative review. “There is life after addiction and these people truly care and want to help you!!”

“Best program I’ve been to it’s saved my life! Thank u all,” Ashley wrote on Facebook.

The six people to leave Google Reviews for Beth’s Blessings gave an average of 2.6 out of five stars, and mixed commentary. Individuals who left negative feedback indicated they wouldn’t recommend the treatment center, the center’s website is a lie, and that the staff isn’t helpful. “Don’t go. They do nothing to help you through anything. All you do there is learn about the Lord,” Joey wrote in a representative review. [2]

However, the three other people left positive commentary, and praised the center’s staff and indicated they recommended treatment. “I absolutely recommend Beth’s Blessing to anyone who is truly ready for a better life,” Erica wrote in a representative review. “This place was amazing for me.! Yes it is a faith based program however that was EXACTLY WHAT I NEEDED!!”


The loved one polled by to date provided positive feedback for Beth’s Blessing, and identified the facility’s faith-based programming as a strength. They gave three out of five stars when asked if they would recommend the center, counseling options, its treatment of co-occurring disorders, and the staff’s level of experience.

Facebook’s one negative review was left by an individual whose loved one was not accepted into the program.


According to the Addiction Recovery Care website, Kentucky’s Medicaid plans are accepted, placing it among the 62 percent of facilities in the state to take some form of Medicaid. The facility is also in-network with a some commercial insurance plans, including Humana, Passport, Aetna, and WellCare.

[2] GoogleReviews

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Faith based.This facility will help any way possible.