The city's Substance Use Disorder Intervention Program is a resource for individuals searching for information about substance use, addiction and treatment services.
Recovery Supportive Living Assistance (RSLA) Program
Recovery housing addresses the need for safe, healthy, affordable, illicit substance-free housing for those with substance use disorder. The program provides peer and recovery support to a person in early recovery from substance use disorder.
The Recovery Supportive Living Assistance (RSLA) Program helps people in Fayette County who have trouble paying to enter or continue in recovery housing. You will receive assistance if all eligibility criteria are met, and funding is available. LFUCG will coordinate with the owner or operator of the recovery residence to provide up to $400 in assistance for a resident entering or continuing in recovery housing.
Apply online. It is important to complete all sections of the application and attach a copy of the program agreement signed by the resident and a representative from the recovery residence. Additional information regarding recovery housing requirements can be found on the application.
Recovery residences participating in the RSLA Program must be a Lexington-Fayette Urban County Government (LFUCG) vendor. To become a vendor of LFUCG, complete and return the New Vendor Form and a W-9 for the recovery residence to the LFUCG, Division of Central Purchasing, 200 E. Main Street, Room 338, Lexington, KY 40507. Completed vendor forms can also be faxed to (859) 258-3322 or emailed to email@example.com.
Incomplete applications, including applications that do not contain required documentation, are not eligible for consideration.
Substance use disorder services locator
Are you looking for substance use disorder services for yourself or someone else?
GetHelpLex.org is a substance use disorder services locator that provides information about available services across Kentucky.
To use the locator, go to the website and answer a few simple questions and a list of available service options will be provided.
Opioid Misuse Resource & Needs Assessment
The Substance Use Disorder Intervention Program, in consultation with the University of Kentucky College of Medicine, recently published the Opioid Misuse Resource & Needs Assessment. The assessment was designed to:
- characterize impacts on health and behavioral health providers, first responders, and other services
- identify the strengths of the service delivery system in response to the opioid epidemic
- identify unmet needs or barriers to accessing available resources for individuals who misuse opioids
Helpful links and contacts
Contact Carmen Combs at firstname.lastname@example.org for questions or assistance on substance use disorder.