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The listings in West Virginia provide the following services:

(26) Drug/Alcohol Detoxification
(9) Methadone Maintenance
(9) Methadone Detoxification
(67) Outpatient
(13) Women That Are Pregnant or Postpartum
(15) Females
(41) Mix of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services
(31) Driving Under The Influence/Driving While Intoxicated Offenders
(17) Clients With Legal Issues
(25) Teens and Adolescents
(9) Males
(23) American Sign Language
(6) Spanish Speaking
(6) Halfway House
(9) Residential Care Long-term 30 to 90 Days Treatment
(7) Seniors/Older Adults
(29) Services for Co-occurring Mental and Substance Abuse Disorders
(8) Partial Hospitalization/Day Treatment
(9) Hospital Inpatient
(13) Mental Health Services
(2) Residential Beds for Children
(6) Persons with HIV/AIDS
(5) Gay and Lesbian
(10) Short term Residential Care 30 Days or Less
(2) General Health Services
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A Drug Rehab in West Virginia, is a good option for the treatment of drug addiction and alcoholism. The goal of drug rehab centers in West Virginia, is to direct the treatment plan toward the ability of the individual to stop using drugs and alcohol and hence avoid the psychological, legal, financial, social, and physical consequences that are usually associated with drug addiction and alcoholism.

There are many different addiction treatment approaches such as, long-term drug rehab programs, outpatient drug treatment, short-term drug rehabilitation centers, inpatient drug rehab facilities, support group meetings, drug counseling, halfway houses and sober living.

The vast majority of drug rehab programs in West Virginia typically focus on the two-fold nature of drug addiction and alcoholism: physical and psychological addiction. Physical addiction can be treated by a detoxification program in West Virginia with a detox treatment procedure to assist with the painful withdrawal symptoms which manifest themselves when a person discontinues the consumption of a drug or drugs that they are addicted to. With habitual use of a psychoactive substance the brain gradually adapts to the presence of the drug so the desired effect becomes minimal. This is how physical tolerance develops to drugs such as heroin, amphetamines, cocaine, nicotine or alcohol. It also explains why more and more of the drug is needed to get the same high with habitual use of the drug. The abrupt cessation of consuming an addictive drug can lead to serious withdrawal symptoms where the body may take weeks or months (depending on the drug involved) to return to normal function. The withdrawal symptoms from certain substances, such as heroin, can induce severe and painful withdrawal symptoms, and be quite prolonged.

A drug rehab center in West Virginia, will not only provide the person with a professional drug detox but also provide a drug treatment program for the psychological issues inevitably underlying all drug and alcohol addiction problems, so as to decrease the chances of relapse and increase the chances of a clean and sober life.

A drug rehab program in West Virginia, is more likely to be one of the most successful methods for treating an individual with a severe drug addiction problem. Drug treatment centers in West Virginia, are designed to deliver a comprehensive treatment curriculum and assist a person in every facet of their life 24 hours a day.

For a person to make a successful recovery, they must acquire new knowledge, abilities and 'life skills'. This new knowledge, abilities and life skills must be directed toward strategies for returning home from a drug rehab center in West Virginia and encountering someone from their drug using past - as well as ways to handle returning to their hometown where there are many reminders and triggers of their past drug using days. These triggers can produce memories which can produce psychological stress. These psychological stressors often hinder the recovering addict, making it very difficult for them to feel as though they have control over their actions concerning drug use. This is because research into the brain of drug addicts shows changes in the way their brain functions long after they have discontinued using drugs or alcohol. This is the main reason why even an individual with will power as strong as steel may find it extremely difficult to overcome drug addiction without professional treatment. With so many obstacles such as triggers, drug cravings, and changes in the way their brain functions due to habitual drug use, it is no surprise why so many people attend a drug treatment program each year to successfully recovery from drug and alcohol addiction.

There are many addictive drugs, and drug rehabs for specific drugs can differ. Alcohol Rehab or Drug Rehabilitation Centers may vary regarding their treatment methods depending upon the specific needs of each individual.

Alcohol Rehab or Drug Rehabilitation Facilities in West Virginia, are places that an individual can go in order to receive treatment to recover from the devastation that drug addiction and alcoholism can cause. Through therapy and education, Alcohol Rehab or Drug Rehabilitation Programs use various treatment methods which are directed toward the ability to lead a productive drug free life. There are many reasons why a person should enroll into a drug rehabilitation center in West Virginia. A few of the many reasons are: the inability to control or eliminate their drinking or drug use, alienating their friends and family, legal problems, severe depression and general unhappiness due to excessive drug or alcohol use.

Getting Help

Do you have a problem with drugs or alcohol and live in West Virginia? Are you concerned about a family member in West Virginia, who has a problem like this? Whatever your situation it's easy to believe that you're alone with this . . . that, somehow, you have to solve the problem all on your own. That is not the case. We care about you - and will help you find a drug treatment programs in West Virginia, suited to your specific treatment needs. You don't have to deal with drug addiction or alcoholism on your own!

Call toll free 1-855-731-7773 to speak to a professional Registered Addiction Specialist or simply fill out the West Virginia, Drug Rehabilitation or Alcohol Rehab Center request form and you will be contacted by a counselor shortly.

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Drug Rehab & Treatment Centers West Virginia

Martinsburg Institute Martinsburg, WV
Appalachian Community Health Ctr Inc Belington, WV
Beckley Treatment Center Inc Beaver, WV
Southern Highlands Comm MH Center Inc Princeton, WV
Potomac Highlands MH Guild Inc Romney, WV
Mercer County Fellowship Home Inc Bluefield, WV
Valley Comprehensive Comm MH Ctr Inc Grafton, WV
Seneca Health Services Inc Webster Springs, WV
United Summit Center Weston, WV
Chestnut Ridge Center Morgantown, WV
Appalachian Community Health Ctr Inc Elkins, WV
Laurelwood Huntington, WV
Fairmont General Hospital Center for Fairmont, WV
Riverpark Hospital Huntington, WV
Charleston Treatment Center Inc Charleston, WV
Potomac Highlands MH Guild Inc Franklin, WV
City Hospital Inc Martinsburg, WV
CAT 5 Substance Abuse Services Martinsburg, WV
HealthWays Inc Weirton, WV
Prestera Center for MH Services Inc Charleston, WV
Veterans Affairs Medical Center Huntington, WV
Rainbow House Inc Gypsy, WV
Potomac Highlands MH Guild Inc Keyser, WV
Eastridge Health Systems Ranson, WV
Behavioral Health Services of Martinsburg, WV
Options Alternative Program Vienna, WV
Huntington Treatment Center Huntington, WV
Prestera Center Charleston, WV
FMRS Health Systems Inc Beckley, WV
Thomas Memorial Hospital South Charleston, WV
United Summit Center Sutton, WV
Prestera Center for MH Services Inc Huntington, WV
Valley Comprehensive Comm MH Ctr Inc Fairmont, WV
Worthington Center Inc Parkersburg, WV
Southern Highlands Community MH Center Mullens, WV
Eastridge Health Systems Martinsburg, WV
Wayne County Outpatient Services Wayne, WV
United Summit Center Clarksburg, WV
Renaissance Place Huntington, WV
Oasis Behavioral Health Services LLC Barboursville, WV
Olympic Center Preston Inc Kingwood, WV
Potomac Highlands MH Guild Inc Petersburg, WV
Prestera Center for MH Services Inc Branchland, WV
EastRidge Health Systems Berkeley Springs, WV
Westbrook Health Services Ripley, WV
Prestera Center for MH Services Inc Point Pleasant, WV
Veterans Affairs Medical Center Clarksburg, WV
Northwood Health Systems Wheeling, WV
Shenandoah Valley Martinsburg, WV
Valley Healthcare System Morgantown, WV
Appalachian Community Health Ctr Inc Philippi, WV
Seneca Health Services Inc Marlinton, WV
Behavioral Health Services Charleston, WV
CRC Health Group Inc Triadelphia, WV
Appalachian Community Health Ctr Inc Buckhannon, WV
Westbrook Health Services Vienna, WV
Logan Mingo Area Mental Health Inc Logan, WV
Olympia Center Preston Inc Kingwood, WV
Braxton County Fellowship Home Sutton, WV
Chestnut Ridge Hosp WVU Hospitals Inc Morgantown, WV
Logan Mingo Area Mental Health Inc Chattaroy, WV
Prestera Center for MH Services Inc Dunbar, WV
Seneca Health Services Inc Summersville, WV
Appalachian Community Health Ctr Inc Parsons, WV
Valley Alliance Treatment Services Inc Morgantown, WV
Westbrook Health Services Parkersburg, WV
Southern West Virginia Beckley, WV
Southern Highlands Comm MH Center Inc Mullens, WV
Word House Inc Huntington, WV
Parkersburg Treatment Center Parkersburg, WV
Valley Healthcare System Kingwood, WV
Presteras Addiction Recovery Centers Dunbar, WV
Charleston Area Medical Center Charleston, WV
Valley Healthcare System Fairmont, WV
Clarksburg Treatment Center Clarksburg, WV
Seneca Health Services Inc Lewisburg, WV
Southern Highlands Comm MH Center Inc Welch, WV
FMRS Health Systems Inc Fayetteville, WV
United Summit Center Gilmer County Big Springs, WV
Williamson Treatment Center Inc Williamson, WV

Did You Know? ...
Interesting Facts and Statistics:

After dropping from 34.9 percent in 2006 to 31.8 percent in 2007, the rate of current cigarette smoking among female young adults aged 18 to 25 held steady at 31.8 percent in 2008. Between 2002 and 2008, the rate of cigarette use among young adults declined for both boys (from 44.4 to 39.5 percent) and girls (from 37.1 to 31.8 percent).

Treatment for drug abuse is on the increase as more and more individuals are becoming addicted to various types of drugs. Years of research have indicated that abuse of any drug can be treated.

The rate of current alcohol use among teens aged 12 to 17 was 14.6 percent in 2008, which is lower than it was in 2007, when it was 15.9 percent. Youth binge and heavy drinking rates were 8.8 and 2.0 percent, respectively. The 2008 rate for youth binge drinking is also lower than the 2007 rate, which was 9.7 percent.

In 2008, an estimated 20.1 million Americans aged 12 or older were current (past month) illegal drug users, meaning they had used an illegal drug during the month prior to the survey interview. This estimate represents 8.0 percent of the population aged 12 or older.

Percocet is similar to other narcotics, such as Lortab and Vicodin in terms of its effects and addiction potential.

Most countries in Europe report typical retail prices of Ecstasy in the range of ?3 to ?9 per tablet.


The following survey was completed by residents of West Virginia as part of the USNODRUGS monitoring program. The survey below is a representation of perceptual drug and alcohol usage rates in West Virginia. We cannot guarantee complete accuracy, but our monitoring team uses the highest standards for survey compilation.
You do not have to answer all of the survey questions, you should only answer questions that are relevant to your thoughts and experiences.
Survey results as of September 1, 2014
Perception of marijuana in West Virginia.
Do you believe that using marijuana can be harmful?
Maybe
No
Yes
90%
7%
3%
Marijuana use in West Virginia.
Have you used marijuana in your lifetime?
No
Yes
89%
11%
Have you used marijuana in the past month?
No
Yes
75%
25%
Do you use marijuana regularly?
Maybe
No
Yes
6%
92%
2%
Perception of Alcohol in West Virginia.
Do you believe that drinking alcohol can be harmful?
Maybe
No
Yes
12%
3%
85%
Have you had a binge drinking experience in the past month?
No
Yes
93%
7%
Do you consume alcohol daily?
Maybe
No
Yes
14%
81%
5%
How old were you when you first experimented with alcohol?
0-10
11-21
22-31
32 or older
4%
19%
55%
22%
What motivated you to use drugs or alcohol for the first time in West Virginia?
Boredom
Curiousity
Drugs were all around
Family problem
Hopelessness
It was easy to get
None of the above
Peer Pressure
To fit in
Unhappiness
6%
6%
0%
6%
6%
1%
70%
2%
3%
0%
Most common first drug experience in West Virginia?
Alcohol
Club Drug
Crack Cocaine
Ecstasy
Heroin
Inhalants
Marijuana
Meth
Over The Counter Drug
Powder Cocaine
Prescription Drug
Psychedelic Drug
19%
6%
3%
4%
2%
5%
11%
3%
9%
7%
21%
10%
Use of drugs and alcohol in West Virginia schools.
Have you ever gone to school in West Virginia under the influence of marijuana?
Maybe
No
Yes
0%
94%
6%
Have you ever gone to school in West Virginia under the influence of alcohol?
Maybe
No
Yes
0%
97%
3%
What is the most common drug used in your school in West Virginia?
Alcohol
Club Drug
Crack Cocaine
Ecstasy
Heroin
Inhalants
Marijuana
Meth
Over The Counter Drug
Powder Cocaine
Prescription Drug
Psychedelic Drug
18%
4%
2%
8%
2%
4%
11%
4%
10%
8%
20%
9%
Your Age?
0-10
11-21
22-31
32 or older
4%
35%
40%
21%
Your Gender?
Female
Male
74%
26%
Surveys updated monthly.

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