Substance Use Disorder

Treatment

These resources include information on services for those who need help with their substance use including treatment facilities and MAT providers. We strive to engage with Treatment providers, to ensure that local Peer Recovery Support Specialists and Recovery Coaches have options when assisting an individual entering into treatment.

  • West Virginia Parent Training & Information

    The West Virginia Parent Training and Information, Inc. (WVPTI) is a non-profit parent organization committed to improving the lives and education of children and individuals with disabilities. We serve parents and families of a child or youth from birth to age twenty-six with special needs. As the statewide Parent Training Center and Family Voices State Affiliate organization, WVPTI is committed to providing parents and families the tools to ensure that children, youth, and young adults with special needs lead enriched lives as full members of their schools and communities. WVPTI helps parents, caregivers, foster families, and others with educational questions and issues.

    For more information or assistance: Brenda Lamkin, Executive Director.

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    99 Edmiston Way, Suite 101-102, Buckhannon WV 26201

    304-472-5697, T: 800-281-1436

    wvpti@aol.com

    wvpti-inc.org or https://www.facebook.com/WVParentTrainingandInformationCenter/

  • Beckley Treatment Center

    Beckley Comprehensive Treatment Center is a leading provider of medication assisted treatment to individuals, aged 18 and older, who are struggling with an addiction to opioids. We provide all-inclusive care that utilizes both therapeutic interventions, along with specific prescription medications, to target the emotional and physical components of addiction. Medications used within Beckley Comprehensive Treatment Center’s program include: Vivitrol, Subutex, Suboxone, and Methadone.

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  • BreakThru

    Providing Medical Management Withdraw from Opioid, Benzodiazepine, and Alcohol. Located within Plateau Medical Center, participants stay on average 3-5 days in a private room within the hospital. The program has around 2-3 participants each week and participants receive an after care plan prior to leaving. They accept Medicare, Medicaid and commercial insurance plans.

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  • Brian’s Safe House

    Brian’s Safehouse is a place where men, who are fighting against addiction, can experience the life restoring powers of God in an environment free from the temptations of drugs and alcohol. We are a 12 month, inpatient program with a closed campus. Our program is Biblically based, acknowledging that complete restoration comes through Jesus Christ. We teach residents emotional, spiritual, and practical life skills. Individualized treatment plans address underlying issues as well as focus on the resident’s strengths and potential. We strive to enable residents to reenter society as responsible, contributing citizens.

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  • Crossroads for Women

    Crossroads Recovery Home is a 12 bed facility for women which is dedicated to providing a home for women who are recovering from substance abuse. We will provide a safe and enriching environment free from drugs, alcohol, and violence where mutual support will be a key to recovery.

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  • FMRS

    Providing MAT services. Medications include Suboxone, and Vivitrol. We also offer outpatient services, Opioid Use Disorder (OUD) medication, Alcohol withdraw, and Medication Assisted Treatment Access for Rural Appalachians (MARA) which is a wraparound service providing case management and transportation.

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  • New River Health Association

    Providing MAT. Medications include Suboxone. The program requires 4 hours of weekly meetings, behavioral health meetings once a month, and visiting NRHA once a week. Please contact Amy at 304-465-2255 and she will conduct an interview and schedule the induction.

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  • Sparrow’s Nest

    Sparrow’s Nest is a place where women who are battling addiction can encounter the life restoring powers of God in an environment free from the temptations of drugs and alcohol. Our program teaches residents emotional, spiritual, and practical life skills. We strive to enable residents to reenter society as responsible, contributing citizens. We also address underlying issues while highlighting the resident’s strengths and potentials. Sparrow’s Nest is a safe place where women can make a complete change in lifestyle. Our residential program is a 12 month, in-patient, very structured program.

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