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Treatment Centers in West Virginia (WV)

The following drug treatment centers, alcohol rehab programs and dual diagnosis treatment facilities are all located in the state of West Virginia. Clicking on the name of any addiction treatment program will bring up a details page with all of the contact information we have in our database for that particular rehabilitation center, as well as ratings and reviews about the program written by members of our recovery community (the public). If you have personal experience with any of the treatment centers listed, we encourage you to register for our site and share your experience with others by writing a review of your own.  Our directory lists treatment centers in West Virginia as a public benefit. Please call our 24/7 addiction treatment helpline at 1-800-610-HOPE (4673) for further assistance. We're here to help!

1325 Locust Avenue , , , , 26554

SubtitleBehavioral Health

175 Philpot Lane , , , , 25813

101 South Eisenhower Drive , , , , 25801

SubtitleRaleigh County Office

201 Woodlawn Avenue , , , , 25801

SubtitleFellowship Home Inc

1410 Crim Avenue , , , , 26250

SubtitleBarbour County Office Adult Services

421 Scott Street , , , , 24701

Lincoln County Office 25 Lincoln Plaza, , , , 25506

SubtitleLincoln County

27 South Kanawha Street , , , , 26201

SubtitleUpshur County Office Adult Services

511 Morris Street , , , , 25301

SubtitleInnerchange

Buffalo Creek Road , , , , 25667

SubtitleMingo County Office

800 David Drive , , , , 26301

1 Medical Center Drive , , , , 26301

SubtitleSubstance Abuse Services

725 Yokum Street , , , , 26241

SubtitleRandolph County Office Adult Services

202 Columbia Street , , , , 26554

100 Maple Avenue , , , , 26807

SubtitlePendleton County Office

501 North Pike Street , , , , 26354

135 4th Avenue , , , , 25701

432 6th Avenue , , , , 25701

SubtitleTransitional Living

1420 Washington Avenue , , , , 25704

SubtitleAddiction Services

 

Drug and alcohol treatment in West Virginia (WV)

From the top of Spruce Knob to the Potomac River, West Virginia’s unique history and character places itself apart within the mid-Atlantic region and the entire United States. With all of the unique outdoor activities and job opportunities, led by coal mining logging, and tourism, West Virginia is a fantastic place to make a living. Despite these opportunities, West Virginia finds itself in the same struggle as most of the rest of the United States. Addiction to drugs and alcohol is preventing the citizens of West Virginia from achieving all that they can.

 

West Virginia and surrounding communities are fighting a continuing battle with substance abuse.

 

Addiction to and dependence on drugs and alcohol consistently destroy the lives of individuals and their families in West Virginia. This growing problem of substance abuse is a significant public health issue for West Virginia and the surrounding region. Dependence on drugs and alcohol are not confined to one specific group of people: both the young and the old suffer from the devastating effects of substance abuse. From Charleston to Morgantown, and Huntington to Parkersburg, every community is equally susceptible to drug and alcohol addiction. We were established in our community to provide solutions to these issues.

 

Rehab and treatment options are immediately needed in our West Virginia communities to address addiction.

 

The research evidence on addiction in West Virginia paints a devastating picture of our community:

•           5356 people were arrested for drunk driving in West Virginia during 2011.

•           Prescription painkillers alone accounted for over 1600 separate incidences of drug treatment in West Virginia during 2010.

•           405 people died directly of drug use during a single year in West Virginia. During the same year, only 267 people died of firearms related deaths firearm related deaths.

 

Although the numbers appear overwhelming, rehab and treatment facilities can successfully treat these problems at an individual level. We utilize the latest evidence in counseling practices and addiction science in order to create individualized treatment plans for every patient. Our medical experts and staff believe that no addiction is the same and, consequently, that notreatment plan can be the same for everyone. Through adherence to an individualized treatment plan, we believe that long-term recovery can be achieved. Please call us today at 1-800-610-HOPE (4673) to find out more.

 

Our staff will work with the insurance companies. We have your back.

 

Have you been discouraged by the thought of dealing with insurance companies and ever-changing healthcare laws? Our experienced staff at our sites will cut through the red tape and deal with the fine print for you. Did you know that:

·      All but seven states have laws requiring most insurance policies to address substance abuse rehabilitation programs?

·      Recently upheld federal healthcare legislation compels most covered programs to consider treatment centers for drug and alcohol addiction?

Please, don’t let the rhetoric on healthcare policy in Washington DC or the state capitol in Charleston make you think professional help is out of your reach. We are excited to put our knowledge to work for you, so that you can focus on the important thing: your recovery from addiction. Call us today to learn more 1-800-610-HOPE (4673).

 

You can begin to dream about your future after defeating dependence on drugs and alcohol.

 

Imagine your life after recovering from substance abuse. You can start to earn your way to your dream job again after recovering from prescription painkillers or heroin addiction. You can start to rebuild your friendships after recovering from methamphetamine addiction. You can start relationships with your family again after recovering from alcohol dependence.  The Mountaineers and Thundering Herd cannot wait for you to celebrate your fight over addiction with your friends and family in our great state. We are excited and honored by the possibility of working with you. Give us a call at 1-800-610-HOPE (4673) today.

 

We believe you can change. Make the choice to find help today!

 

The hardest part of recovery from substance abuse is often finding the courage to ask for help. We believe you have the strength inside of you. Will you make the call today?  West Virginia has the rehab treatment facility designed to help you put your life back together and defeat your addiction to drugs or alcohol. Our team is standing by to begin working on your recovery right now! Please call 1-800-610-HOPE (4673) now!

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