WHAT THEY KNOW
WHAT THEY KNOW

A self-destructive cycle of dependency and homelessness.

WHAT YOU KNOW
WHAT YOU KNOW

Insufficient funds, incomplete programs and recidivism.

WHAT WE KNOW
WHAT WE KNOW

How to build Recovery Ecosystems that work.

Recovery Housing that works. And pays for itself.

We can help you build stable, sober housing that’s effective, proven, debt-free, and sustainable.
OUR TEAM
OUR PARTNERS
OUR FACILITIES
OUR OUTCOMES

We Can Help You With...

RECOVERY HOUSING
Innovative Recpveru Housing is a Fletcher Group speciality, providing the ideal, self-sustaining platform for the full Continuum of Care essential to lasting recovery.
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DEBT-FREE FUNDING
Our Recovery Model not only works. It also pays for itself. But how is that possible? The answer is Braided Funding through innovative partnerships with...
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EVIDENCE-BASED TREATMENT
Technical Assistance from the Fletcher Group applies the latest recovery science, epidemiological data, next-generation strategies and evidence-based practices to optimize all your prevention, intervention, treatment,...
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PEER-DRIVEN SUPPORT
Having succeeded in their own journey to recovery, Peer Support Workers often excel at helping others travel the same path. Doing so also helps the...
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MEANINGFUL EMPLOYMENT
There’s no getting around it: Employment is as important to a sense of fulfillment and dignity as it is to financial independence. Without it, the...
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DOCUMENTED OUTCOMES
From reduced recidivism to increased employment and improved mental and physical well-being, the effectiveness of the Fletcher Group model is well documented, as evidenced in...
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Our Latest Work

RCOE
Technical Assistance from the Fletcher Group Rural Center of Excellence facilitates a wide range of valuable resources for our local community-based partners.
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RHOAR
Recovery, Hope, Opportunity and Resilience—RHOAR works with the the Appalachian Regional Council to bridge the gap between recovery and employment.
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KORE
The Fletcher Group model of Recovery Housing will be applied at Hope Village, a new collaborative treatment complex in northwest Georgia that will offer residential treatment, transitional living, and outpatient services in a safe, supportive “city-within-a-city” complex.
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HOPE VILLAGE
Life and purpose return to a beloved Georgia campus.
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HOPA MOUNTAIN
Hopa Mountain: A Ray of Hope In Montana’s Fight Against Opioid Addiction “Working together, we can create a mountain of hope for the future of...
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TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE
Composed of financial, technical, business, and treatment experts, the Don Ball Technical Assistance Center plays a key role within the Fletcher Group by providing organizations,...
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Our Latest News

CONFERENCES
Making our case at the nation’s most influential forums.
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ENDORSEMENTS
“A Model That Works.” U.S. Department of Health and Human Services “A Bright Spot In Treating Prescription-Drug Abuse.” The Louisville Courier-Journal   “A Program of...
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AWARDS
Excellence is measured simply: in the lives we restore.
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TESTIMONIALS
"The program changed me and I’m now a peer mentor. I know about this disease better and have the tools to stay sober." "They truly,...
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Meet Ernie Fletcher

Fighter pilot, board-certified physician, statesman, and healthcare visionary, Ernie Fletcher was elected in 1998 to the first of three consecutive terms in the United States House of Representatives where he served as a member of the House Committees on Energy and Commerce and chaired the Policy Subcommittee on Healthcare.

In 2003 he was elected the 60th Governor of Kentucky and proceeded to establish “Recovery Kentucky,” an innovative Recovery Housing program whose 18 facilities have helped  thousands of people recover from addiction while saving millions of taxpayer dollars.

As Founder of the Fletcher Group, Ernie continues a legacy of innovative public service dedicated to protecting and promoting the health and well-being of society’s most vulnerable populations.

Dr. Fletcher received his Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Kentucky College of Engineering in 1974 and graduated from the University of Kentucky College of Medicine in 1984. He currently resides in Kentucky and Georgia with his wife, Glenna. They have two children and seven grandchildren.