Lexington Rescue Mission provides sober living at The Potter's House for men who are trying to get back on their feet. The Potter's House is geared toward men who have achieved at least 30 days of sobriety, who have participated in a recovery program and need a safe place where they can practice those principles, be held accountable and learn how to live a sober, healthy life. We provide case management and pastoral counseling, and residents are required to participate in the Jobs for Life program, which trains them to find and maintain meaningful employment, and other life-skill classes.
In 2017, we provided 45 residents with transitional housing.
If you are interested in becoming a resident in one of our transitional homes, for more information or to submit a completed application, please contact Andrew Baker at (859) 554-6939.