The Rebound Center

The REBOUND Center is a Recovery Community Center offering a safe environment for adults in recovery to gather, find support, have fun and learn skills needed to improve their recovery.

Our Services

The REBOUND Center is a place to meet people who understand the recovery process, who have faced and overcome the same barriers you have. This is the first recovery community center in the region and with your help we know this movement will grow.

Support groups, short educational programs, and fun activities are available. Families are welcome and some programs will be geared for them. No appointment or referral is needed, walk-in and see what we have to offer. Come visit and let’s talk!

Regular Event Schedule

Monday-Saturday - 9 am Morning meditation

12:30 pm Celebrate Recovery (Lunch Provided)

Tuesday and Thursday
3 pm, 

- 1 pm NA (12 step discussion, open meeting)

- 7 pm Women’s AA meeting

- 5 pm NA meeting (open)
Individual support sessions vary by method (phone, Messenger, Zoom, face-to-face) and are scheduled based on client needs.


A unique community center with a great purpose:

R - Rebuilding
E - Educating
B - Believing
O - Overcoming
U - Understanding
N - Normalizing
D - Destigmatizing

Contact Us


Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday
8:00am - 5:00pm

Thursday and Fridays
8:00am - 9:00 pm

10:00am - 8:00pm

Road 2 Recovery

Peer Support staff are available on site. Staff will be glad to make referrals to counseling, rehab centers, supportive housing, and agency programs. Special recovery events will be held throughout the year, community is welcome to attend. The REBOUND Center will also be providing educational forums on topics related to recovery. The REBOUND Center is run by an Advisory Council, and seeks to partner with community members. Volunteers are welcome (orientation and training will first be provided). Please let staff know if you have a special skill to offer.

The Association of Recovery Community Organizations (ARCO) at Faces & Voices of Recovery brings together established, new, and emerging groups to build the unified voice of the organized recovery community. It leverages the profile and unifying force of Faces & Voices for member organizations, while building the capacity and leadership of the organized recovery community.
In accordance with Federal law and U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development policy, this institution is prohibited from discriminating based on race, color, religion, creed, sex, age, national origin, familial status, marital status, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, handicap and disability.

Providing Trauma Informed Care for Breathitt, Knott, Lee, Leslie, Letcher, Owsley, Perry, and Wolfe Counties

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