Lake Cumberland Recovery started as an idea in 2014 while CEO Mikkle Hampton was finishing up his sentence in a substance abuse program. Since then Mikkle has become the pastor of Pisgah Presbyterian Church in Somerset Kentucky and has pursued the idea and dream of helping others succeed by incorporating Lake Cumberland Recovery in late 2019. Lake Cumberland Recovery is a 24 hour, 7 day a week community-based residential treatment center that provides services for alcohol and substance abuse.
Lake Cumberland Recovery is a state licensed AODE and BHSO that specializes in tackling the toughest addictions including opiates, methamphetamine, and alcoholism. Our team of licensed healthcare professionals provide world class clinical, medical, and personal healthcare solutions. We take your privacy as a partner very seriously by utilizing cutting edge technology to provide HIPAA compliant privacy of all personal healthcare information.
Our mission at Lake Cumberland Recovery is to partner with program participants who are struggling with alcohol or drug abuse to create a new set of skills that promote positive thought patterns that lead to healthy and responsible living. We use a holistic approach of treatment that provides each person served a completely individualized treatment plan focusing on spiritual, mental, emotional and physical well-being by utilizing evidence-based recovery techniques.
It is the heart and vision of Lake Cumberland Recovery to partner with each participant as they begin to emerge from the darkness and pain that alcohol and substance abuse has caused and step into the light of a new life. We will provide the tools and skills necessary to begin a lifelong process of healing and restoration. We believe each person that partners with us during the process of recovery will experience a genuine love and acceptance throughout their treatment working with our healthcare professionals.
If you are struggling with alcohol or drug addiction, now is the time to make a change. Lake Cumberland Recovery is ready when you are.