Our Recovery Model not only works. It pays for itself! But how is that possible? The answer is what’s called “Braided Funding” involving innovative partnerships with a wide range of public and private entities. We’ll show you how.


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 the numerous charts and graphs below. As you’ll see, our outcomes are equal to or exceed the most effective programs in the nation.

It should also be noted that no other recovery program has been studied and documented as comprehensively or for as long a period of time. Having eight consecutive years of detailed outcome documentation is critically important when it comes to earning the trust of stakeholders. It also plays a key role in winning tax credits and other governmental assistance.

The 2019 data, charts, and graphs appearing below are taken from the eighth annual Recovery Center Outcome Study (RCOS) 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. Of the participating recovery centers, seven facilities were for women and eight were for men.

The entire 124-page 2019 RCOS Annual Report and a visual summary of the data can be viewed on our News Page.


Technical Assistance from the Fletcher Group Rural Center of Excellence facilitates a wide range of valuable resources for our local community-based partners.


Recovery, Hope, Opportunity and Resilience—RHOAR works with the the Appalachian Regional Council to bridge the gap between recovery and employment.


In partnership with the Kentucky Opioid Response Effort (KORE), the Fletcher Group provides medical clinics, community health centers, and private practices with the SUD screening and treatment many of their patients desperately need.


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.