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Whenever one of us is struggling with something, we come together to help each other.

Building into our social model, one person is not in charge, the entire house has a say so…

  • This is a non-MAT home

About Elm

Built in 1888, this is a brick, 2 family home. All together, we have 19 beds, 3 bathrooms and 2 kitchens. We have a large front porch. Our home is updated and comfortable.

Our kitchens and living rooms are where we spend a lot of time together. We eat most meals together and every Sunday have a house meeting. We enjoy cooking together and going over our days at dinner time. We all have a strong bond through our recovery program.

We spend a lot of time working out together and engaging in recovery-based activities after we go to a meeting. Whenever one of us is struggling with something, we come together to help our fellow man. When one of us has a milestone, we celebrate together.

We keep our home very clean and orderly. We take care of the property and are very neighborly. We are close to bus stops, shopping and churches. Many pantries and community programs are close by. There are a lot of AA and NA meetings within a short distance.

One side of the home is set up to allow for safe and secure storage for self-administration of medications for addiction like Suboxone and Methadone for individuals who are engaged in an outpatient treatment program. The other side of the home is for individuals who do not utilize MAT, unless it is an injectable form like the Vivitrol shot or Sublocade.

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Added Features

  • Front Porch

Nearby

  • Bus Stops

  • Food Pantries

  • AA/NA Meetings

House Leader: Steve

We are proud to have Steve as a house leader over our Ludlow Kentucky home. Steve is a great person who sets a solid example of working hard, staying focused and helping your neighbor. Steve continues to progress in his own personal recovery and especially when it comes to helping others in their recovery journey.

Pets: While we wish we could help all living beings, we are not able to accommodate animals; including registered support companions. We must be able to avoid allergic reactions, severe and mild, protecting our program participants.

Are you in need of Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) Housing?

New Foundations Recovery Housing have three homes in Ohio and two in Kentucky that can help.