Treatment & Recovery Options
WVU Treatment Resources
WVU Medicine offers a variety of different services for adults experiencing problems with alcohol and other drugs.
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 Recovery 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.
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 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.
Thomas offers a variety of substance abuse and mental health services - inpatient, outpatient programs are available. The Behavioral Health Center provides comprehensive, compassionate programs for adult psychiatric and substance abuse patients.
For information regarding the Behavioral Health Services, contact Joe Deegan, Business Development/Managed Care Liaison at 304.766.3401 or email@example.com
The Friendship House is a mental health drop in center in Morgantown, WV. We serve anyone with mental health concerns.
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