COVID-19 Relief Funding

Beacon House residents and staff are in need of:

  • Meals for quarantined residents: individual microwaveable meals, sandwiches, gatorade, water, and protein bars.

  • Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) – Masks and gloves

  • Medicine: Tylenol and thermometers

  • Hygiene Items: Facial Tissue, soap, hand sanitizer, toilet paper

Please call or text Erin Henle to coordinate food drop-offs and discuss any donations in further detail at 502-751-0712 or email at

Thank you for your support.

Beacon House was founded in 1997 to provide men suffering from alcohol and drug addiction with a safe, structured and accountable living environment.  We are the next step after treatment on the addiction treatment continuum of care for individuals seeking long-term recovery management. Our goal is to return men to a sober, independent and productive life.  We are the only transitional living facility in the region that provides residents in their first year of sobriety access to intensive clinical treatment, on-site life skills education and case management, and peer support. Beacon House’s sober housing and high-quality recovery program have played a critical role in the success of thousands of people in their path to recovery.

“I love this place and what it has brought to my life.”- 12/12/17


“I was lucky enough to come from rehab for a tour…I knew returning home would be less than beneficial to my sobriety.” – 11/29/17


“I have gained some of the greatest friendships that I know are going to last. I have also gained the longest period of sobriety in my life.” – 11/29/17


“I have done more with my life and state of emotions in the past 9 months than I have in the past 15 years. I have made some of the best friends I’ll ever have, made huge strides in my career choices and I have no urge to use drugs or drink.”


“I have gained the foundation and knowledge needed to stay sober. I have gained friends and the ability to stand on my own two feet.”