It’s no secret that addiction continues to impact our communities. It is estimated that over 21 million Americans have a substance use disorder, and yet only 10% receive the necessary treatment. And Kentucky is no exception.

Since opening in 2016, Revive Life House has opened doors of welcome and transformation through our men’s residential program. Our Outpatient Center extends our services to women and individuals who will benefit from additional support and more accessible hours. Our goal? To awaken a life of recovery!

Please consider joining us on November 3, 2022 at the beautiful Mane on Main as we celebrate A Life Awakened. You will hear stories of transformation and revival, witness the restoration of families and wholeness, and learn more about how each one of us has a role in making recovery possible. Here are just a couple of stories from last year attendees.

The work being done through Revive not only helps re-build the lives of those they serve, but also helps to create a better community overall.  Without addiction holding power over someone’s life, they are able to become a more productive member within their home and their community. 

~ Corporate sponsor since 2019

I’m convinced that if we made more space for story in our society, our lives would be so much better. That’s what this banquet was for me, a place to hear the stories of new life and transformation, of grace and opportunity, not from some anonymous person or organization, but from those whose lives have been directly impacted by the work and ministry of Revive. Sitting in a room of miraculous stories both inspires and encourages the soul and provides the impetus for continued support and work for recovery and revitalization. 

~ Local pastor and friend

Please consider joining us on November 3rd as we celebrate “A Life Awakened.” Visit our banquet page for details.