Belle Grove Springs Review
Belle Grove Springs is a men’s only CARF Accredited residential substance abuse treatment center in Louisa, Kentucky. It was established in 2013 by founder and CEO Tim Robinson and utilizes evidence based therapeutic methods. Both the 12-step philosophy and CBT into group and individual therapy. This facility is located near the border of West Virginia, in Fleming County, Kentucky and is operated under the umbrella of Addiction Recovery Care treatment services.
Accommodations and Food
The Belle Grove Springs facility is situated on 300 acres of rural farmland that includes a 22-acre lake. The residential quarters is a two story farm style home that can accommodate up to 16 clients in five bedrooms. The shared rooms are furnished with full beds, a dresser that is split amongst the roommates each taking one drawer and night stands. There are three bathrooms, a large living room with flat screen TV, foosball table, kitchen and dining room where the residents hang out together during their downtime.
There is an on site workout room where clients can lift weights, and the lake is a great location for fishing, paddle boating and canoeing. The facility also includes offices, meetings rooms, classrooms and a charming wraparound porch complete with rocking chairs. Belle Grove Springs is very close to the Daniel Boone National Forest and the Appalachian Mountains, so clients frequently hike and explore the terrain surrounding the residence. Clients are supplied with towels, linens, and cleaning supplies.
Changing eating habits is a big part of healing at Belle Grove, and all the food that is included with the clients stay is prepared with wholesome ingredients. Three meals a day are provided in addition to healthful snacks, like fresh fruits. Everything is prepared on site and clients dine together.
Treatment and Staff
A major component of the program at Belle Grove is the spiritual aspect, which includes not only the 12-Steps and Celebrate Recovery, with daily step work and regular AA or NA meetings, but involvement in the local church by attending services weekly and even participating in the choir. Typically clients stay in treatment for up to six months—though there are some that participate in the shortest program, which is 37 days, and some that stay for up to a year. Treatment includes one individual therapy session per week and several group sessions that cover topics such as relapse prevention, parenting classes, coping skills and identifying triggers.
There is also a holistic element to the programs that include regular exercise and a healthy diet. For clients who come to the facility with existing co-occurring disorders, there are medication management services, and visits with the clinic’s medical director and house RN. Clients aren’t allowed to bring cell phones or any personal devices into treatment with them, and are tested regularly for alcohol, drugs and nicotine. A multidisciplinary team that includes CADCs, LPCs and residential staff that are available 24 hours a day, and peer support also plays a big part in the program at Belle Grove Springs.
Workshops are available on topics like communication skills, employment training, cooking classes and house management skills, like cleaning and learning how to be fiscally responsible. A family program is offered to all clients and their families that involve both individual and group therapy.
Though some may be unsure of entering into a treatment facility that is so heavily faith based, Belle Grove Springs welcomes all clients regardless of their beliefs. This is a great choice for men and presents them with evidence based best practice clinical models for recovery success.
Belle Grove Springs Location
125 South Main Cross St
Louisa, KY 41230
Belle Grove Springs Cost
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