The Healing Place has announced an unprecedented capital campaign in support of expanding its original campus located at 1020 West Market Street. This fundraising effort is timed with The Healing Place’s 25th anniversary. The Healing Place provides recovery services and housing at no cost to its clients. The Market Street facility currently offers 24 detox beds and 250 beds in its recovery program. A new men’s unit would house up to 60 men in the detox unit and 426 men in the recovery and transitional living programs.
The non-profit is also announcing the first major donation to its capital campaign – a $1.5 million contribution from the James Graham Brown Foundation. The Healing Place hopes to raise $20 million through this effort.
The Market Street location serves as the organization’s men’s recovery facility while a newer facility for women and children is located at 1503 South 15th Street. A third rehabilitation facility is located in Campbellsville, Kentucky.
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