We take pride in being part of New Foundations Recovery Housing and helping each other be successful in recovery.

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

  • This is BOTH a non-MAT and MAT home

About Park Hills

Located just off of Dixie HWY, wind your way through a lovely neighborhood and down a quick country lane to reach our buildings. Nestled inside a wooded and grassy landscape, fresh air and peace are easy to find here. The ladies apartment building in Park Hills, Kentucky is a building with 41 beds, where 4 women will occupy each apartment. Most units have been remodeled and are super cozy. There is a large, green courtyard and plenty of parking available.

We keep our homes clean inside our apartments and outside as well. Everyone is assigned a weekly chore to take care of daily and then we all do a weekly deep clean. Many of us are completely starting over and learning how to live again. Just being able to wake up and make your bed is a blessing and we’re grateful to be here.

Many women are working to get to a place of stability to move out on their own and get their kids back into their custody. Here, our kids can stay all night twice a week. It’s been great for some of our families to have that time to gradually have time with our children, on our own. We host a community support meeting every weekend.

We have select apartments that 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.


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Added Features

  • Laundry Facilities

  • Free Parking

  • Picnic Tables


  • Bus Route

  • Support Groups/Meetings

  • Shopping

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.