On August 14, 2019, the Kentucky Department of Corrections (DOC) announced the launch of the Supporting Others in Active Recovery (SOAR) aftercare program for inmates in recovery. SOAR offers a new system of support, mentoring, and peer accountability for offenders in recovery from addiction. The program focuses on relapse prevention, education, and reentry skills based on the Therapeutic Community Model—a group-based, residential approach to treating addiction. The evidence-based strategy seeks to reduce recidivism and set the stage for long-term recovery before inmates return to communities. The goal is to provide a steady continuation of care as . . .