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Drug & Alcohol Rehab Near Charleston, West Virginia

If you’re looking to help yourself or someone you love struggling with a drinking problem or addiction to drugs in Charleston, WV, Rehabs.com maintains comprehensive online database of inpatient programs, as well as myriad other options. We can assist you in finding addiction treatment programs for a variety of addictions. Search for a top rehab facility in Charleston now, and embark on the path to recovery.

Treatment Centers near Charleston, WV

Mattie V. Lee Home
810 Donnally Street Charleston, WV 25301
3.2
(5)
CAMC General Hospital
501 Morris Street Charleston, WV 25301
Charleston Comprehensive Treatment Center
2157 Greenbrier Street Charleston, WV 25311
Saint Francis Hospital
333 Laidley Street Charleston, WV 25301
Rea of Hope Fellowship Home
1429 Lee Street East Charleston, WV 25301
Prestera Center for MH Services Inc
96 MacCorkle Avenue SW South Charleston, WV 25303
- 3 Miles Away
Pyramid Counseling LLC
808 B Street Saint Albans, WV 25177
- 11 Miles Away
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Information About Rehab in Charleston

Latest Reviews

Latest Reviews of Rehabs in West Virginia

Martinsburg Institute

The cost was minimal, and the care was excellent. Treated me with respect and compassion.

- Gwen
5 out of 5
Martinsburg, WV

Prestera Center

It has good family and friend support. Not enough AA or followup. They take medicaid.

- Anonymous
5 out of 5
Huntington, WV

Williamson Comprehensive Treatment Center

This place has become absolutely pathetic. It use to be a great place to help with addictions but obviously the only care about money because they definitely don’t care about the patients. They NEVER answer the phones and you better not expect them to do what they say, because only you are expected to follow the rules. This clinic has become the biggest joke and sadly the people there needing their help are who suffers. The counselors will literally hang up on you when they get tired of hearing the phones ringing. Go somewhere else.

- Addict
5 out of 5
Williamson, WV
More Info
Info on Charleston Treatment Programs West Virginia has the highest rate of deaths caused by drug overdose in the United States. Most of the deaths involve prescription drugs. The topic has been heavily debated in the past few years as lawmakers decide how to help decrease rates. Education to teens, arrests, disposal sites, hotlines and prescription drug monitoring have all been used, but have not helped the problem much.

Prescription drug abuse is a growing problem all over the country, but there is hope. Treatment is available in most larger cities around the country.

Kinds of Rehab Approaches

Sober living houses are rehab facilities that are primarily for those who have already completed their stay in a treatment facility. A sober living house is a type of aftercare program that allows residents the freedom to work and attend school. These homes provide group support for those who have previously struggled with drugs or alcohol. Each person pays rent and buys their own food. They also attend regular meetings.

Avoiding Triggers

The key to maintaining sobriety after treatment is to stay away from triggers. Anything that can tempt you into using drugs and alcohol again should be avoided, as it can trigger a relapse. Here are some ways to avoid triggers:

  • Avoid friends who are still using drugs.
  • Stay away from bars, clubs and other places where alcohol is served.
  • Be honest about your drug use when having medical treatment done so you can have alternative medications prescribed.
  • Be careful with prescription drugs. They are highly addictive, so only take them if absolutely needed.
Picking Rehab Centers in Charleston

Charleston has several rehab centers in the area, with about 40 in the state of West Virginia. Each facility in Charleston offers different types of treatment. Finding the right kind of treatment for your drug problem can be frustrating and confusing. There are so many choices out there. Where do you start?

You can start by calling us. We can help you get started by narrowing down your choices. The path to recovery is at your fingertips.