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At CFS, Corp., we offer consulting services for improving organizations practices for planning and development. Our main areas of focus are strategic planning, annual reporting, grant writing, cost benefit analysis, and a specialized interest in de-implementation of outdated service modalities.

We are a Joint Commission accredited organization.

Please contact our team to learn more about our consulting services at

Prevention Services

Prevention Services of Knox County specializes in facilitating prevention-based programs for youth, families, and community members that focus on reducing negative health outcomes, substance use, and juvenile recidivism.


Our Prevention Services Team has a School-Based Staff consisting of two School-Based Prevention Specialists, one
Community-Based Prevention Specialist, two School-Based Social Workers, and one Director. Our School Prevention
staff is trained in several different evidence-based programs that cater to both youth and families, ranging from
primary, secondary, and tertiary prevention efforts.

Prevention Services of Knox County has Master Trainers or Train the Trainers in the following programs:

  • Vaping and Substance Use Prevention: CATCH my Breath, INDEPTH/N.O.T. (Not on Tobacco) Program, This is NOT About Drugs, Botvin Life Skills

  • Suicide Prevention: QPR Suicide Prevention, SOS: Signs of Suicide

  • Abuse Prevention: Speak Up Be Safe

  • Parenting: Triple P – Positive Parenting Program

  • Trauma & Mental Health Education: Youth Mental Health First Aid, ACE Interface


Community Based Prevention Projects

Project Manager – McKenzie Young

The Margaret Compton Recovery Hub
This space is an access point for peer recovery support and social service connection as well as various styles of meetings for those in Recovery. A focus will be on filling gaps that exist in the recovery community meeting schedules and providing a space to meet the communities many needs. This is a collaborative project with Good Samaritan Hospital, Knox County Public Library, and Children and Family Services Corp.


Activities and Areas of Interest:
Health Promotion and Education
Social Media Campaigns
Cultural Competency and Diversity Trainings
ACE Interface Master Trainer
Community and School Based Prevention

Life After Meth

Life After Meth, Inc. (LAM) a not for profit, faith-based recovery effort, beginning inside the Knox County Jail.  For an interview, a candidate needs to be incarcerated there for at least 30 days and express an interest in joining our groups.  We offer classes for men and for women three days/ week. Our groups work through various topics and curriculum,  while in class and in their homework, as well as working 12 Steps of NA/AA as our evidence-based practice. LAM classes use the social model during our groups, some classes are peer-led.

To offer continued recovery support, some participants are offered the option to move to one of our recovery residences. These residences are accredited by nationally recognized standards of operation—with annual or biannual site visits by representatives from DMHA. Those standards are best practices established by the National Affiliation of Recovery Residences (NARR). A LAM recovery support meeting is offered to our residents, former residents and anyone in the community that would like to attend once per week.



Executive Director: Marsha Bishop
Full Time Program Coordinators: Tania Willis and Aaron Hendricks
Part Time Support Staff: Lauren Alexander and Jacob Morgan


Call 812-790-2122 to connect with the LAM administrative office.


Hope's Voice

Hope’s Voice provides comprehensive programs of prevention, support, intervention, and advocacy services for survivors of intimate partner violence and sexual assault in Knox and Daviess County. In its tenth year of service provision, Hope’s Voice has expanded exponentially the community’s response to domestic and sexual violence by developing a strong network of health, education, financial, and living supports for survivors and their children in Knox and Daviess County.  


Hope’s Voice continues to expand its collective volunteer advocate community. A larger, well trained volunteer corps to serve both Knox and Daviess Counties would increase our ability to provide community-level education, support survivors with specialized advocacy capacity, reduce service gaps and inequities, and promote a broader public health model to reduce violence.  If you would like to volunteer and promote a safer community, please contact Cathy Bush, Volunteer Coordinator, at 812-886-4470.  


Hope's Voice has a 24-hour/7 days a week crisis line
(812)-899-HOPE (4673). 

For non-emergency, you can contact the office

Monday – Friday from 8:00AM – 5:00PM at


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