The Recovery Resource Club of Henderson was created to enhance the lives of those in recovery from chemical addiction. “The Club” offers services and a variety of social and educational experiences and is open to all those who desire to strengthen and add value to their lives of sobriety.

Aftercare Case Management

A case manager is provided to people returning to the tri-state from treatment programs outside of the Henderson area. Assistance with employment, housing, court issues, and other services needed for a successful transition conducive to a healthy recovery environment

Alcoholics Anonymous Meetings

Alcoholics Anonymous is a fellowship of people who come together to solve their drinking problem. Membership is open to anyone who desires this type of support.

Narcotics Anonymous Meetings

Narcotics Anonymous is a fellowship of men and women for whom desire support recovering from an addiction to narcotics.

Al-Anon Meetings

Friends, family members, and anyone else concerned about the alcohol or substance misuse of another person can attend and benefit from Al-Anon meetings. Al-Anon is an excellent place for anyone looking to meet others who understand what it is like to love someone with an alcohol use disorder.

Expungement Clinics

Local attorneys lead this clinic to aid people to who meet the criteria for expungement of their past criminal history.

Casey’s Law training and guidance

 Casey’s Law is a  petition you may file that mandates court-ordered involuntary treatment for those who do not wish to seek help on their own. We offer training and guidance to walk you through this process.

Treatment Placement Referrals for adults and adolescents

Assistance is provided for people who need resources including medical detoxification, outpatient programs, short-term and long-term programs.

PAL Group of Henderson

Parents of Addicted Loved Ones (PAL) provides education, support, and hope to family members of an adult loved one dealing with substance use disorder. Free and open to parents, spouses, grandparents, siblings, and close friends who are 18 and older. The free meetings are held at Recovery Resource Club of Henderson437 First StreetHendersonevery Tuesday night 6:30-8:00PM.  For details, contact 270-212-0116.

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Grief Group for people who have lost loved ones to addiction

This support group was formed for people who have lost loved ones to addiction, whether it be from overdose, accidents or health issues. They currently meet once monthly.

Recovery Literature

We offer recovery literature for AA, NA, and Al-Anon for sale at wholesale price.

Narcan distribution and training

Free Narcan is available at any time. Training is also available by appointment.

HIV testing in collaboration with Matthew 25

Free HIV testing is conducted on a bi-monthly basis for anyone that wishes to be tested. Everything is confidential.

Young People in Recovery Meetings

This Alcoholics Anonymous meeting is especially for young people who are in recovery, ages 13-24.

Holiday parties and picnics

Events are planned to have  sober celebrations for holidays.

Quiet Meeting spaces

If you are an AA/NA sponsor and would like to have a quiet place to meet, the “Club” is available M-F 8am-8pm and weekends from 10am-8pm.

Sober hangout

Puzzles, books, games, television and complementary coffee are provided.

Events for families and children

Special events are planned on an ongoing basis for custodians and their children to encourage reunification in a sober environment.