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Tri-State Financial Solutions

Huntington, West Virginia No reviews at this time
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Gentiva Health Services

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Simpson Amy PT

Charleston, West Virginia No reviews at this time
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Better Balance LLC

Charleston, West Virginia No reviews at this time
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Canterbury Nancy Rabel Psychologist

Charleston, West Virginia No reviews at this time
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Kelly Sheila E Psychologist

Charleston, West Virginia No reviews at this time
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Implement Neuro Rehab

Huntington, West Virginia No reviews at this time
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Development Therapy Center Inc

Huntington, West Virginia No reviews at this time
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Dodd Jack E & MD Inc.

Huntington, West Virginia No reviews at this time
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Ramesh H S MD

Charleston, West Virginia No reviews at this time
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Thaxton Stephen Dr

Charleston, West Virginia No reviews at this time
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Osburn Donna MA

Charleston, West Virginia No reviews at this time
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Association of Community Mental Health

Charleston, West Virginia No reviews at this time
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Phifer James F PhD

Charleston, West Virginia No reviews at this time
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Occupational Disability Assessment Center

Huntington, West Virginia No reviews at this time
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Cabell County Mental Health Consumer

Huntington, West Virginia No reviews at this time
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Looking for a perfect rehabilitation facility in West Virginia for yourself or someone you love? Rehabs.com is the industry's leading source for luxury executive facilities and can help you find the clinic that's right for you. Our substance abuse rehabilitation clinics can help anyone get away from drugs, regardless of whether the addiction is to DMT, Ecstacy, alcohol or any other illegal or prescription medication.
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Chad Bishop

Director of Operations Jacob's Ladder at Brookside Farm

Chad earned his Bachelor of Science in Physical Education from West Virginia University in 2000 and an Associate’s Degree in Criminal Justice from Glenville State College in 2014. Chad spent time early in his career coaching women’s basketball and softball at Waynesburg College and then as head assistant coach of men’s basketball at Potomac State College. Chad has spent much of his career helping others. For the past decade, Chad has worked for West Virginia Department of Juvenile Services at the Kenneth “Honey” Rubenstein Juvenile Center (KHRC) in Davis, WV. When he started out with KHRC, he was a counselor and was quickly promoted to case manager. While with KHRC, he earned his certification in Therapeutic Recreation for High and Low Ropes Courses and various counseling techniques. ​Chad’s natural leadership skills and commitment to others extends beyond professional contributions and also shows through his volunteerism within his community and county. He is currently a chair for Preston County Parks and Recreation Commission, Aurora Middle School Girls’ Basketball Coach, and President of the Aurora Youth League. Chad uses his leadership and interpersonal skills to help motivate others to be productive members of society. Chad is a native of Aurora, WV, where he lives with his wife and two daughters.

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Teresa Clark

Clinical Director Williamson Comprehensive Treatment Center

Email teclark@crchealth.com Phone (877) 977-2372

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Chad Bishop

Director of Operations Jacob's Ladder at Brookside Farm

Chad earned his Bachelor of Science in Physical Education from West Virginia University in 2000 and an Associate’s Degree in Criminal Justice from Glenville State College in 2014. Chad spent time early in his career coaching women’s basketball and softball at Waynesburg College and then as head assistant coach of men’s basketball at Potomac State College. Chad has spent much of his career helping others. For the past decade, Chad has worked for West Virginia Department of Juvenile Services at the Kenneth “Honey” Rubenstein Juvenile Center (KHRC) in Davis, WV. When he started out with KHRC, he was a counselor and was quickly promoted to case manager. While with KHRC, he earned his certification in Therapeutic Recreation for High and Low Ropes Courses and various counseling techniques. ​Chad’s natural leadership skills and commitment to others extends beyond professional contributions and also shows through his volunteerism within his community and county. He is currently a chair for Preston County Parks and Recreation Commission, Aurora Middle School Girls’ Basketball Coach, and President of the Aurora Youth League. Chad uses his leadership and interpersonal skills to help motivate others to be productive members of society. Chad is a native of Aurora, WV, where he lives with his wife and two daughters.

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Addictions can be insidious, working their way beneath your skin and just waiting to come back to life when you're least expecting it.
Margaret Atwood once wrote, "Every habit he's ever had is still there in his body, lying dormant like flowers in the desert. Given the right conditions, all his old addictions would burst into full and luxuriant bloom." It's a concept that people who work in West Virginia drug rehab programs might identify with, and you might understand this issue all too well yourself. West Virginia treatment centers can be incredibly helpful in this regard. With therapy, you'll learn more about how addictions work and why a relapse to drug use often takes place. Addiction in West Virginia According to documents released by the National Drug Intelligence Center, cocaine is a significant drug of abuse in West Virginia, as the drug was responsible for more drug-related offenses than any other illicit drug in 2002. Prescription medications, however, are also becoming serious targets of abuse within the state, as people begin to steal these drugs and use them for recreational purposes on a regular basis. While any addictive drug can be dangerous or even deadly, these two drugs of abuse could be especially troublesome. Prescription medications can cause nasty symptoms of withdrawal if you try to stop taking them abruptly, and cocaine addictions can leave behind a craving for drugs that stays in place for years. While it's possible that you could overcome these addictions on your own, without help, in a West Virginia drug treatment center, you'll have access to therapies and medications that could ease your physical and mental distress, making your recovery all the more likely.
Developing Your Relapse Plan

Cravings for drugs might stay with you long after your treatment plan has ended. In therapy, you'll be asked to develop a comprehensive set of resources you can lean on to help you resist the temptation to use. Your resource list might include:

  • Support group meetings
  • Sober friends
  • Yoga classes
  • Good sleep habits
  • Stress-management skills
  • Meditation

By leaning on your resources when times are tough and the urge to use begins to grow, you may be able to keep a relapse from taking place.

Understanding the 12 Steps

Some West Virginia treatment centers provide treatment based on the 12 steps of Alcoholics Anonymous. The idea is to allow you to connect to a power that's larger than you are, and perhaps allow you to feel a reduced level of stress and discomfort as a result. When your burdens are shared, they might be easier to handle. It might sound like a silly idea to combine spiritual healing with the physical healing that comes with addiction rehab, but studies seem to suggest that this approach has merit.

A study in the International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology found that inmates who participated in a 12-step program, "...demonstrated a higher sense of coherence and meaning in life, and a gradual reduction in the intensity of negative emotions" when compared to people who did not get this kind of care.

This seems to indicate that people who receive this kind of care experience a deep experience that others may not. If you're interested in this kind of healing, it's best to ensure that the program you choose offers this form of therapy.

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