Isaiah House VP Cassie Music wins Hope Award

Published 5:15 pm Friday, June 21, 2024

Cassie Music, MSN, APRN, and Vice President of Clinical Operations for Isaiah House, was honored with the Hope Award at the annual Hometown Connect Gala in Campbellsville, on April 28.

Hometown Connect is a non-profit organization that works to address needs in Kentucky such as homelessness, addiction, hunger and food shortages, and access to medical care.

The Hope Award recognizes people with exceptional compassion and commitment to serving those with needs in behavioral health and substance use disorder.   Music is a Nurse Practitioner and is leader of all clinical and medical staff at Isaiah House’s six residential facilities and three outpatient locations across Kentucky.

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“Cassie is an exceptional person and I cannot think of anyone more qualified to be awarded for her commitment,” said Nick Wren, CEO of Isaiah House.  “Her compassion for our clients, her long record of incredible service, leadership, and most of all her dedication to her family and faith, are all things that make Cassie a great leader and servant for our clients.”

Music has worked for Isaiah House for eight years, first as a Nurse Practitioner, and for the last two years as VP of Clinical Operations.  She lives in Frankfort with her husband, Lt. Shane Music of the Frankfort Police Department, and their two children.


About Isaiah House

Isaiah House is Kentucky’s largest non-profit addiction recovery organization, providing comprehensive, personalized and evidence-based services to individuals with substance use disorders (SUD) for more than 24 years in a Christ-centered setting. Isaiah House serves 3,500 clients each year at facilities throughout Kentucky.