Who are we?
An Answer To Addiction And Homelessness.
Founded in 2010, we aim to help Kentuckians recover from substance abuse and transition to a stable, productive life. Owensboro
Regional Recovery achieves this by providing a safe and caring environment and equipping the clients we serve with the necessary
education and resources to continue their path of recovery. We are a service of the non-profit Audubon Area Community Services.
Named "A Model That Works" by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
Breaking the cycle of addiction
Preparation for living a sober life outside of our facility is key to sustaining recovery. Throughout our program we prepare
clients to handle the responsibilities of maintaining a job, paying bills, cooking and cleaning, maintaining healthy
relationships, balancing their life with their recovery, and more. Many clients are even able to attain their GED while they are
More about ORR
Owensboro Regional Recovery (ORR) is a Recovery Kentucky men’s substance abuse recovery program modeled after Louisville’s Healing
Place. Our program usually takes between 6 and 9 months to complete. The peer-driven community model is the greatest contribution
to our client’s success. Our goal is to simultaneously reduce the state’s drug problem and homeless issues. We help people recover
from addiction, gain control of their lives, and eventually reside in permanent housing.
We have been serving the area since 2010 as a partnership between Audubon Area Community Services, Inc. and Lighthouse Recovery
Services, Inc. Our program is funded in part by the Kentucky Housing Corporation, The Department of Local Government, and the
Kentucky Department of Corrections
Call our building today at (270) 689-0905 and talk to someone about how to start
your recovery journey with O.R.R.
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4301 Veach Rd.
Owensboro, KY 42303
For more information on entrance to our program please Email our intake coordinator, Bob Wetzel at
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