Centered around the 12-step philosophy, the Liberty House approach to recovery is based on a highly refined system that teaches addicts and alcoholics how to apply the principles of a 12-step program into their daily lives.
ABOUT THE LIBERTY HOUSE
Located in Kings Mountain, K.Y., The Liberty House is a sober living facility for newly sober men. The center’s goal is to teach men 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.
TREATMENT & ASSESSMENT
According to the facility’s website, Liberty House focuses on teaching men the tools needed for long-term sobriety, personal integrity, self-respect, and honesty.
Treatment usually lasts a year, and while men are in the house, they are required to attend at least one 12-Step meeting daily. Before an individual graduates, they must fill out an, which is tailored to fit individual focuses.
The Liberty House offers a many different meetings and groups, such as 12-Step meetings, daily goal meetings, Newcomer Group, Peer Group, Resident Family Group, and Senior Member Group.
The center’s website indicates addiction sometimes stems from issues in a family unit. Therefore, Liberty House offers many services to families, including 12-Step meetings, therapy, family group sessions, and family contact.
There is currently no information provided by the facility regarding its treatment staff.
ACCOMMODATIONS & AMENITIES
According to the Liberty House’s website, 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 one alum surveyed by Best-rehabs.com at the time of this writing gave Liberty House four out of five stars when asked about its accommodations and amenities.
WHAT ALUMNI SAY
The lone former client polled by Best-rehabs.com at the time of this writing provided a glowingly positive review. They gave five out of five stars for treatment effectiveness and meals and nutrition.
“Liberty House saved my life,” the alum wrote. “I have been to 10 plus treatment centers before Liberty House and none of them can compare to the treatment received at Liberty House”
The alum also noted he has been sober for more than two years, and attended a graduate program for year after leaving the house.
The 34 people who left reviews on Liberty House’s Facebook page at the time of this writing provided an average five out of five star rating. However, it’s important to note the center has the ability to manage reviews.
Many alumni praised the center in their reviews. “This place saves lives,” Aaron wrote in a representative review. “The best place to go if your wanting a new life. Absolutely owe everything I have to what I learned here.”
WHAT FRIENDS & FAMILY SAY
The only loved one who left a review on the center’s Facebook page at the time of this writing gave Liberty House five out of five stars.
“The last time I saw or spoke to my nephew I asked him to stop what he was doing and get some help,” John wrote. “Thank you for being there to give him an opportunity to heal and recover. It is awesome to see him in the photos looking happy and healthy.”
The Liberty House does not accept insurance. The center is $5,000 a month or $12,000 for 90 days. However, Liberty House does offer financial aid.