Chrysalis House turning to community for support to continue services during coronavirus pandemic
March 30, 2020
During this time of incredible need, Chrysalis House, Kentucky’s oldest and largest licensed treatment program for women with substance use disorders, continues to provide critical services to women and their babies. With 4 residential facilities, participants in the aftercare and outpatient programs and residents in the 40 unit apartment complex, it takes a tremendous amount of resources to care for these families.
Lexington’s spectacular venue, the Apiary, recently launched the Hive, a subscription-based meal option that also includes access to exclusive content such as videos, tutorials, live cooking classes and a direct line of contact with chefs and artisans. For the duration of the COVID-19 crisis, each membership fee will help support a family in recovery at Chrysalis House by providing care packages to its residents.
“In times like these, community support is paramount to ensure the most vulnerable still receive services. We are fortunate to be in a position to provide critical support to the Chrysalis House families,” stated Proprietor Cooper Vaughan. Learn more about the Hive: https://mailchi.mp/1f699e358a35/the-hive
“We are extremely grateful to our community of supporters who went into immediate action to help,” said Lisa Minton, Chrysalis House Executive Director. “However, due to the uncertainty and extent of COVID-19, additional help is still needed to sustain the families at Chrysalis House.”
Other ways the community can help support Chrysalis House include:
• Visit our Amazon Wish List which allows you to send items directly to us
• Drop off items such as canned goods, snacks, baby products, hygiene products, household goods, gift cards, toys and craft supplies to Chrysalis Community Center, 1589 Hill Rise Drive, Lexington, KY 40504
• Make a monetary donation online at www.chrysalishouse.org or by mail to the address listed above
From Chrysalis House