Over 100 years of

HELPING THOSE MOST IN NEED

overcome their challenges and changing their lives

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Finding the root causes of what brought our clients to us in the first place.

Our Programs

Self Sufficiency Program 

Our aim is to end homelessness and addiction, one person at a time. We do this by empowering individuals with the skills they need to overcome the root causes that brought them to us and to become independent, contributing members of the community.

How It Works

When individuals come to Boulware, they are assessed and assigned a case manager who works with them to identify the reasons behind their situation.  Once identified, the case manager develops an individual service plan that addresses their needs.  

Employment Training

  • Job Search/Referral

  • Resume Writing/Completing Applications

  • Job Seeking/Interviewing Skills

  • Job Retention

Behavioral Education

  • General Life Skills

  • Good Decision Making

  • Anger Management

  • Grief/Loss Recovery

  • Others dictated by client population

Health Education

  • Healthy Lifestyle

  • Nutrition

  • HIV/AIDS Awareness

  • General Health and Wellness

  • Exercise

Drug and Alcohol Education

  • Alcohol and Other Drug Entity Treatment Program (licensed under KY Cabinet for Health and Family Services)

  • Disease Concepts

  • Relapse Prevention

Academic Education

  • GED Instruction In conjunction with KCTCS

  • Tutoring

Financial Management 

  • Financial Literacy

  • One-On-One Financial Consultation

  • Budgeting

Individual Case Management

  • Daily Staff-Client Interaction

  • Individualized Service Plan

  • Counseling

  • Self-Sufficiency Resources

  • Community Program Applications

Faith Based Services

  • Programs to help Spiritual Growth

  • Bible Study Groups

  • Spiritual Formation Groups

  • 12 Step Spirituality

  • Spiritual Wellness

Community Outreach

  • Intensive Outpatient Drug and Alcohol Treatment Program - Public program open to men 

Need Help?
Call to schedule a no-obligation, confidential assessment at (270) 926-0771 or (270) 683-8267

SUCCESS STORIES

Tim

Tim is a 35-year-old male who has lived in Union County his entire life. He was referred to Boulware Mission by the Union County Family Court.

Todd

Todd is a 25-year-old male who was referred to Boulware Mission through the Ohio County Circuit Court. He had been in and out of the court system since his teen years.

John 

John is a 51-year-old, 25-year resident of Webster County who has a long history of alcohol abuse. By his own words, he doesn't remember a time in his life when he wasn't "sad". 

Drug & Alcohol Treatment Program

Boulware Mission's Intensive Outpatient Alcohol and Drug Abuse Treatment Program emphasizes the whole person, not just the addiction.  We do this by addressing the spiritual, emotional, and physical effects of substance abuse.  The program includes group counseling, drug and alcohol education, relapse prevention, introduction to the 12-step program, and aftercare planning.  Treatment sessions are held twice weekly for 3 hours.

  • Licensed by the State of Kentucky, Division of Mental Health and Substance Abuse

  • Member NAAP (National Association of Addiction Providers)

  • Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselors on site

  • Confidential admission assessments conducted by trained professionals

  • 4-6 week duration based on individual needs

  • Appropriate for mild to moderate addiction treatment

Need Help?
Call to schedule a no-obligation, confidential assessment at (270) 926-0771 or (270) 683-8267

Helping People in Our Community For 100 Years

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