About the Transitions Program
We offer separate facilities for both men and women, where you can live in a sober living environment!
Safely surrounded by clinicians, you’ll receive emotional support, help with life skills, and the structure that will help you develop the self-reliance and accountability that forms the basis for long-term recovery.
Through our peer support program, you can also connect with someone who’s been where you are right now — someone who can walk beside you on your journey.
“I came in broke, busted, and sick. I saw things in each staff member who was in recovery, and I decided I wanted those things too. They were more than willing to help me achieve them.”
Learn life skills!
- How to obtain documents — Social Security card, birth certificate, licenses
- How to find — and keep — stable housing
- How to use public and private transportation
- How to find employment — learn how to write a resume and prepare for an interview
- How to go back to school or get into a program
- Building healthy relationships
- Time management
Edgewater is supported by community partners that can help you on your journey, including St. Claire HealthCare, Maysville Community & Technical College, the Kentucky Center, and GrinGrant.org.
Our long-term program includes introduction and engagement in the 12 step community through meetings, fellowship and sponsorship, life skills sessions with support staff, employment education, respectable hygiene, and community participation in keeping a well maintained and organized community residence. Structured community living allows patients the support and care they need while working through substance abuse as well as behavioral and emotional issues.