Transitions, a women’s residential addiction program in Kenton County, received $450,000 from the state to support women dealing with alcohol and substance abuse.
“Transitions has been saving lives for 47 years. I am honored to support what they are doing to improve the lives of women and their families throughout Northern Kentucky,” said Attorney General Andy Beshear, who was on hand for the presentation.
Transitions’ services include short-term and long-term residential programs, intensive outpatient treatment, mental health counseling, targeted case management and sober living. Transitions’ WRAP House is among just a few residential programs that allow children under 12 to live with their mothers during treatment.
The funding came as a result of money recovered from the Purdue Pharma case.