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Aspell Recover/Hardin County

Aspell Recovery/Hardin County is a non-profit agency funded in part by the community through contributions by the Darryl Worley Foundation, the Hardin County Healthcare Foundation, Inc., and private donations from individuals, churches, and businesses.

We accept clients directly into our program as well as clients who are stepping down from a higher level of care (detox, residential, etc.)
We provide treatment with the option of supervised and structured transitional living at 700 Pinhook through our 12-bed transitional living facility is available for participants of our intensive outpatient program (IOP) who may be in need of a safe home, adequate social support, and reliable transportation. However, clients who have these supports in their home environments do not have to live on our campus to receive IOP services. During residency, the clients are assisted with job placement, case management as well as required to attend regular 12-step meetings.


We provide semi-structured and supervised extended living at 1090 Pinhook for clients who have completed our 1st phase of treatment. The transitional housing program provides an alcohol and drug-free supportive living environment for men ready to begin rebuilding their lives during their minimum stay of 3-months.


We facilitate our client’s progression through the stages of treatment with planned gradual reintroduction to society and independent living over the duration of a client’s commitment.


The client can commit to 3-, 6-, or 12-month duration at onset of treatment or they can commit in 90-day increments if bed space allows.

Aspell Recovery/Hardin County is able to provide:

Assessment for Alcohol/Drug and Mental Health Issues

Referrals for Appropriate Care

Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) 

Group Therapy Sessions

Individual Counseling 

Health & Wellness Check

Co-occurring disorders capable. 

Trauma sensitive environment 

Alcohol and Drug Life Management Lectures

Family Services

Case Management

Community Outreach Services

Recovery Living