Here you will find treatment and recovery options as well as support group information. There are various options and support groups listed. Please contact us with any questions that you may have.
WVU Treatment Resources
The WVU Disordered Eating Center of Charleston (DECC) was launched in the summer of 2010 by Dr. Stephen Sondike and Dr. Jessica Luzier. DECC is an interprofessional outpatient treatment program that provides services for youth and adults with disordered eating and clinical eating disorders.
The WVU Medicine Center for Hope and Healing supports adults struggling with substance use disorders through medically managed withdrawal stabilization and residential treatment.
WVU’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 Treatment Programs
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.
West Virginia 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 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 offers many different types of programs for individuals deal with chemical dependency. Services range from individual appointments to residential services.
West Virginia Peers: Enhancing Education, Recovery, and Survival (WV PEERS) is an initiative between West Virginia Sober Living, Inc., WVU Health Science Center, and Thomas Health System. WV PEERS is a network of certified peer recovery coaches in the community working to help connect individuals to the services they need to live a healthier and a more fulfilling life.
- Greater Morgantown Area of Narcotics Anonymous
- Mountaineer Region of Narcotics Anonymous
- Alcoholics Anonymous Area 73
- Alcoholics Anonymous District 16
- National Eating Disorders Association - Support Resources
- SMART Recovery
- Refuge Recovery
- Celebrate Recovery
- Healthy Grandfamilies
The Problem Gambling Help Network of West Virginia
- SAFE Project's Virtual Veterans Recovery Meeting
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