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Chestnut Ridge Center’s Adult Addiction Services

The Chestnut Ridge Center offers a variety of different services for adults experiencing problems with alcohol and other drugs.

WELLWVU Student Assistance Program

WELLWVU’s Student Assistance Program offers an array of services for students with alcohol or other drug concerns, including individual assessment, individual and group counseling, and educational activities. Students who seek our services participate in an evaluation/assessment, which is reviewed by the SAP staff.

Other Recovery Programs

Jacob’s Ladder

Jacob’s Ladder at Brookside Farm is a long-term, residential recovery program. This is a community made up of professionals and peers all striving toward recovery in a supportive environment.

Morgantown Sober Living

Morgantown Sober Living’s main program goal is reintegrating recovery individuals into world. Accountability is built into the program and offers residents a safe, caring, and supportive environment to begin living a sober life.

Ascension Recovery Services
Ascension Recovery Services offers long-term addiction recovery support services to men and women dealing with substance abuse issues. These services include addiction interventions, addiction recovery legal services, and relapse prevention and monitoring. Ascension also offers substance abuse treatment center design and development consulting.
Valley Healthcare System

Valley Healthcare System offers many different types of programs for individuals deal with chemical dependency. Services range from individual appointments to residential services.

Thomas Hospital
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• Inpatient rehabilitation program designed to assist adult patients with establishing and maintaining sobriety through a 12 step program. Length of stay up to 28 days. 
• Patients will have an initial evaluation with an Addictionologist, as well as daily follow-up, throughout the treatment program. 
• Masters Level Licensed Professional Therapists (LPC, Social Work etc.) will meet with patients to develop an individualized treatment plan.
• Patients will attend AA and/or NA meetings daily. Attempts will be made to assist patients with obtaining a temporary sponsor while they are in the program, so that, upon discharge, there are community supports in place. 
• Patients will also be provided with education regarding addiction and recovery, along with coping skills training. Recovery Coaches will be utilized to assist with education, activities, and supervision to off-unit events. 
• Families will be invited/expected to participate in family education and family sessions whenever possible. Family visitation/education will occur each Sunday. 
• Southway inpatient will encourage participation in aftercare activities which are individualized for each patient. Referrals will be made to Intensive Outpatient (IOP) Programs, out-patient programs, psychiatrists, sober living programs, etc. 
• Engagement with Employers, Licensing Boards, Treatment Professionals, Lawyers, Courts and other collateral supports will be obtained as needed by the program once a release is signed to support patient recovery. Each patient will be asked to sign release forms to potential referral sources in an effort to assist with arranging follow up care.
QUESTIONS? Call Joe Deegan at 304-766-3401


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