philosophy is that recovery is a journey not a destination. People
recovery better in a supportive community. Education and treatment
are only part of the solution. A spiritual element enhances progress
in recovery. Exposure to the recovery community such as Alcoholic
Anonymous, Narcotics Anonymous, Crave, The Mat, Celebrate Recovery or
other self help groups is encouraged.
DUI and Substance Abuse Program has evolved as owners have moved on
over the years since 2009. It was Bridges in Community, Counseling
and Community Services and now Jessamine DUI and Substance Abuse
Wanda Beckley, Licensed Clinical Alcohol and Drug Counselor (Instructor since 1987) and a certified Master Addiction Counselor. I began working for the 3rd DUI program in Kentucky while working as assistant director of Chrysalis House, the first women’s program in Kentucky. She left there to develop and coordinate the University of Kentucky Employee Assistance Program for 5 years.
David Gibson is a Peer Support Counselor. David and his wife started Grace Happens, the first residential women’s treatment program in Nicholasville.
Tiffany Simpson is working on a Temporary Clinical Alcohol and Drug Counselor License. She is an Environmental Health and Safety Group Leader. A very busy mom who starts her mornings with the Running Wives Club in Nicholasville and has is available to help out when needed.
Patrons are encouraged and given information addressing a whole body system. Areas covered are mental, physical, spiritual, financial and intellectual and emotional well being.