THE PROOF

From reduced recidivism to increased employment and improved mental and physical well-being, the Fletcher Group model promises to produce the same positive outcomes achieved by the Recovery Kentucky program upon which it is based.

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Millions In Taxpayer Savings

Impressive Return On Investment

Dramatic Improvement

Reduced Drug and Alcohol Use

Far Fewer Substance Abuse Disorders

Decreased Depression and Anxiety

Fewer Thoughts of Suicide

Better Overall Health

Lower Stress = Lower Drug Use

Far Fewer Arrests

Far Fewer Incarcerations

Far Fewer Convictions

Improved Quality of Life

Higher Rates of Employment

Far Less Homelessness

Better Able To Meet Their Own Needs

Much More Support

High Rates of Client Satisfaction

Dramatically Positive Outcomes

Data Prepared by the University of Kentucky Center on Drug and Alcohol Research

The 2019 data, charts and graphs appearing above are taken from the eighth annual Recovery Center Outcome Study (RCOS) follow-up report conducted by the Behavioral Health Outcome Study team at the University of Kentucky Center on Drug and Alcohol Research (UK CDAR). Fifteen of the currently established Recovery Kentucky programs participated in the Recovery Center Outcome Study (RCOS). Of the participating recovery centers, there were 7 Recovery Kentucky facilities for women and 8 facilities for men across the state.