The Women’s Triangle Recovery House opened in April The Women’s Triangle Recovery House opened in April 2011. Situated in the Heart of Western Kentucky, the house itself is conveniently located in downtown Madisonville in Hopkins County. The residence has two-stories and, prior to the grand opening, underwent extensive renovations and remodeling. With approximately 2,625 square feet of living space, 10 rooms and 2 1/2 baths, the house is well equipped for multiple occupants. The home is beautifully furnished through the generous donations of local groups, organizations, and philanthropists. The house is managed on-site by a resident monitor with general oversight and supervision provided by the Administrator and Board of Directors. The house has a current capacity of up to eight (8) occupants.
- Fully furnished living areas;
- Modern kitchen;
- Semi-private bedrooms;
- 2 1/2 bathrooms;
- On-site laundry facility;
- Cable television;
- Internet access;
- Local phone service;
- Basic utilities included in rent;
- Designated smoking areas;
- Off street parking;
- Recovery resource library;
- Safe, clean & sober living environment.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS (FAQs)
How much is rent and when is it due?
Rent is $100.00 paid weekly in advance.
How much does it cost to move in?
$200.00 (rent for first and last week of occupancy) is due prior to moving in.
Is there a screening and application process to become an occupant?
Yes. Individuals are screened to ensure compatibility with the goals of the house.
What is the occupational capacity?
There is a current occupational capacity of 8.
Can I move in immediately?
Space is available on first-come, first-serve basis. Depending on current occupancy, applicants may be placed on a waiting list. Contact the House Administrator to find out more about current occupancy.
Can I visit the house before moving in?
We encourage you to do so. However, all visits must be scheduled in advance with the House Administrator.
What does my rent include?
Included in rent is room, parking, utilities, and the above-listed amenities. Occupants provide their own food and personal care items.
Are there guidelines for living in the house?
Yes. The Women’s Triangle Recovery house is dedicated to providing a safe, sober, and comfortable living environment conducive of recovery for the occupants. For this reason, only those women who are committed to recovery from alcohol and drug addiction and who are ready, willing, and able to make the effort are accepted as occupants. Additionally, we expect occupants to show one another the same courtesies one would normally give and expect to receive in their own homes.
What happens if I am found to be in violation of the house guidelines?
Violation of house guidelines could lead to disciplinary action up to and including eviction from the premises. Eviction for violation of house guidelines shall result in forfeiture of any pre-paid rent.
How much notice must I give to terminate occupancy?
Notice of at least one week is required to terminate occupancy.
Whom should I contact to apply for occupancy, to schedule a visit, or for more information?
Contact Rita Miller, House Administrator, at (270) 245-2732.