DRUG, ALCOHOL & ADDICTION SERVICES
Substance use disorder affects individuals from all walks of life, along with the people who care about them.
The Rockefeller Neuroscience Institute’s Department of Behavioral Medicine and Psychiatry offers a variety of treatment programs for those struggling with substance use disorder. Some require hospitalization (inpatient), while outpatient programs do not require a hospital stay. The WVU Medicine Center for Hope and Healing offers a 28-day residential program.
Outpatient programs include:
- Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)
- Addictions Outpatient Program (AIOP)
- Comprehensive Opioid Addiction Treatment Program (COAT)
- Early Recovery
Inpatient programs include:
- WVU Medicine Center for Hope & Healing
- Acute Detox Unit
- Dual Diagnosis Unit
Help is available.
28-DAY RESIDENTIAL TREATMENT
WVU Medicine Center for Hope and Healing
The WVU Medicine Center for Hope and Healing Residential Unit provides a number of beds for adults seeking residential treatment for substance use disorder, up to 28 days. Our patients receive a continuum of care that includes individual and group therapy, as well as medication-assisted treatment. At the Center for Hope and Healing, we deliver essential forms of care in centralized locations, led by physicians specializing in addiction medicine and psychiatry.
For information, call 304-974-HOPE (4673).
Acute Detox Unit
The WVU Medicine Center for Hope and Healing supports adults struggling with substance use disorders through medically managed withdrawal stabilization (detoxification) on the Acute Detox Unit. The facility provides patient-centered care that involves individual and group therapy, as well as medication-assisted treatment. These services are provided in a serene setting by a team committed to providing state-of-the-art treatment, while a caring and supportive environment is maintained.
Contact: 304-974-HOPE (4673)
Center for Hope and Healing
751 Benefactor Drive
Morgantown, WV 26501
Dual Diagnosis Unit
The Adult Dual Diagnosis Unit houses 11 beds and is available to both male and female patients. Adults with an acute psychiatric need who are experiencing problems because of alcohol or drugs may enter a structured, smoke-free inpatient program with strong family participation. A safe detoxification, individualized treatment and family therapy are provided along with the 12-step self help support group of Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotic Anonymous. The Dual Diagnosis unit also offers treatment to women who are pregnant.
For an appointment:
Monongalia and Marion Counties call 304-598-4214.
Harrison, Gilmer, Braxton, Lewis, and Upshur Counties call 304-623-5661.
Intensive Outpatient Program
This is a six-week program which consists of 3-hour intensive group therapy sessions, three times per week. These sessions are designed to help those suffering with substance abuse and dependence to learn about their addictions, the recovery process, and how addiction impacted current life circumstances.
Morgantown, WV 26505
Addictions Intensive Outpatient program (AIOP)
The Addictions Intensive Outpatient Program (AIOP) provides treatment for individuals with substance use disorders as well as those with co-occurring mental health disorders. AIOP meets three times a week via telemedicine and includes process group, friends and family group, medication management group and individual therapy. To enter into this program individuals must first complete an in-person intake evaluation.
To schedule an evaluation, please call 304-598-4214.
Comprehensive Opioid Addiction Treatment Program (COAT)
The Comprehensive Opioid Addiction Treatment (COAT) Program provides treatment for individuals with opioid use disorder as well as those with co-occurring substance use and mental health disorders. We prescribe medications for opioid use disorders in addition to providing individual and group therapy. Medications for opioid use disorder that are prescribed include different formulations of buprenorphine, naloxone and naltrexone including long-acting injectable formulations. To enter into this program individuals must first complete an intake evaluation.
To schedule an in-person evaluation, please call 304-598-4214. The COAT program is delivered via in-person appointments as well as telemedicine appointments.
Early Recovery is an outpatient addiction treatment service for adults who may not be ready for more intensive outpatient treatment. It can be used as a slower entry into the treatment system, or as a motivational forum for those who cannot or will not see the extent of their own substance problems. This program is offered at the Healthy Minds – Clarksburg location.
Individual Substance Use Treatment
The addition specialists at Healthy Minds offer individual treatment for patients with substance use disorders. Individual treatment for med management treatment and addition therapy treatment are available.
West Virginia DUI Safety and Treatment Program
The West Virginia DUI Safety and Treatment Program is offered at Healthy Minds – Clarksburg in conjunction with the West Virginia Bureau for Behavioral Health and Health Facilities/Division on Alcoholism and Drug Abuse and the WV Division of Motor Vehicles. The program consists of education, intervention and treatment components.
The cost of the educational portion of the program is $440. This fee is set by the State and has to be paid upfront by money order only. This fee may be paid at any Healthy Minds location. The fee includes the initial evaluation, the 18-hour educational program, and exit interview. Once the fee is paid the individual will be scheduled for the initial evaluation.
Each individual is required by the State to complete an intake evaluation and, at a minimum, complete 18 hours of required education classes held over from 1-4pm or 6-9pm. Additional treatment services may be required, based on the initial evaluation. Individuals must successfully complete treatment goals in order to be recommended for reinstatement of their driver’s license.
To register, call 304-623-5666 ext. 181343