Lydia’s House

Lydia's House, located in Benham, Kentucky.

Lydia’s House is a residential treatment center for women suffering from addiction located in Benham, Kentucky, near the foot of Black Mountain.
The tranquil community of Benham is in the southeast corner of Kentucky, in Harlan County.

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The Benham Schoolhouse Inn was built in 1926 by the International Harvester Company as the school for coal camp children. Since that time, the town has worked to preserve its history, turning it into an inn.

Harlan County is also home to black bears and Kingdom Come State Park atop Pine Mountain. It was named after the best-selling novel The Little Shepherd of Kingdom Come. The highest mountain top, called Black Mountain, is also found in the county.

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"The staff and interns at all of the ARC (Addiction Recovery Care) facilities are some of the most amazing people I have ever met."
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Addiction Recovery Care’s treatment program is holistic with CARF-accredited clinical programs, medical services directed by an addictionologist, a spiritual-centered approach that includes the 12 steps and chaplaincy care, and a broadening scope of vocational training opportunities for clients. At ARC, we are leading the way when it comes to combining drug treatment and vocational training that results in second-chance employment. ARC’s Crisis to Career approach allows those suffering from substance use disorders to re-enter the workforce and live nourishing lives.

We accept Kentucky Medicaid plans

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