Our mission is to provide safe, sober housing and supportive services as our residents gain skills to build positive relationships, stability, self-efficacy, and self-sufficiency.
Fresh Start Frankfort's transitional housing model is rooted in strategies that help individuals face challenges, work on self-betterment, and achieve a sustainable level of independence. A collaborative network of fellow resident “sisters,” individualized case management professionals, and community partners support residents through graduated phases that culminate in physical, emotional, and financial stability, empowering residents to become successful members of our community.
Who can enroll?
Single adult females seeking a sober living environment in which to grow and thrive. This includes individuals who are transitioning from rehabilitation, referred by MAT providers, or mandated by court order and who recognized a need for a structured environment to be successful on their pathway to recovery. Single adult females without substance use disorder as a life barrier are also eligible to enroll.
We serve adults 18 and older and believe firmly that one can never be too old to ask for help.
How long can someone stay?
The average stay is 9 - 12 months, but residents may remain enrolled as long as they are following their individualized case plan and actively working on a path to gain stability. We stress the importance of a solid foundation with healthy community connections before we recommend our residents consider exiting our program into permanent housing.