Ardery House Louisville

Transitional Housing
Louisville, KY
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1347 S 3rd St
Louisville, KY - 40208

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Transitional halfway house. Wellspring's first site, Ardery House, opened in 1982; it was named in honor of our founding board chair, Philip P. Ardery. This program assists individuals who are leaving the hospital and/or experiencing homelessness achieve independent living. While all participants have a diagnosis of mental illness, nearly half also have a co-occurring substance abuse disorder. Ardery House provides 13 men and women with room, board, life-skills training, recreational activities, case management, and individual and group therapy. Residents had an eleven-month average stay in FY 2009.

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