One life at a time…

National Substance Abuse Prevention Month

President Donald Trump has proclaimed October National Substance Abuse Prevention Month. The Trump Administration is committed to saving American lives by protecting families and communities from the scourge of addiction.
To read the proclamation click here.

By The Numbers – September 2019

RHOP Provider Education Summit

Operation UNITE’s Rural Health Opioid Program (RHOP) held its first Provider Education Summit, “Providing Hope to Our Communities,” on Thursday, September 26, at Hazard Community & Technical College.
View photos from the Summit.
Learn more about the UNITE Rural Health Opioid Program.

“Walk For Recovery”


Operation UNITE operates a statewide call center to help connect people in Kentucky with drug treatment and information about substance use disorders. The KY HELP Statewide Call Center is provided in conjunction with the Kentucky Justice & Public Safety Cabinet and the Kentucky Office of Drug Control Policy.
For more information call 1-833-859-4357 or visit the KY HELP Call Center webpage.

Addiction: The Allison Rose Story


Nearly a year ago, Allison Rose stood at the bench of Letcher County District Judge Kevin Mullins addicted and pregnant. It ended up being one of the best days of her life. She completed treatment at Karen’s Place Maternity Center and gave birth to a beautiful and healthy baby girl, Kayleigh Danni-Lynn Rose, on November 20, 2018. This is her story…
Video produced by Joshua L. Ball, Associate Executive Director, SOAR (Shaping Our Appalachian Region, Inc.). Production by PikeTV99.
Click here to read story: A judge’s gavel is bringing opportunities for treatment and recovery in Letcher County