Addiction is a medically-recognized disease that negatively impacts one's physical and mental health and wellness. For those experiencing or affected by addiction, Marshall Health has a team of experienced providers trained in providing exceptional treatment and recovery services.
No single treatment option is a best-fit for every individual struggling with addiction. Marshall Health provides a comprehensive approach for each individual's assessed, including any combination of medication, therapy and social supports. Our team includes multiple physicians, therapists and social workers who provide services at multiple locations.
Recovery doesn't happen alone. At Marshall Health, we partner with other providers, community organizations and grantors to ensure everyone has access to addiction care and treatment.
CORE helps individuals in recovery re-enter the workforce--focusing on a career path, rather than a job. Our team partners with local employers across 12-county region in southern West Virginia who are committed to providing gainful employment through existing jobs and new job opportunities through start-ups.
Great Rivers works with more than 70 organizations and agencies in Cabell, Jackson, Kanawha and Putnam counties in West Virginia to build an infrastructure and strengthen community collaborations so that partners are empowered to provide comprehensive substance use disorder treatment to their communities.
Healthy Connections is a collaborative community response to the treatment of mothers struggling with addiction and the well-being of their families. It undertakes the challenge of finding solutions to our region’s high rate of neonatal abstinence syndrome, substance use and the resulting effects on child development and family stability by better integrating the existing programs and services in the community and building upon them. It seeks to increase inter-agency efficiency through research, education, and collaboration for clients, students and providers.
Known as MARC, the Maternal Addiction Recovery Center at Marshall Health supports expectant mothers with substance use disorder. The team of experts who oversee the MARC program are committed to the safety and well-being of both mom and baby. MARC can provide medications, such as buprenorphine, to reduce cravings, one-on-one therapy to support your mental health and groups with other moms.
PROACT, the Provider Response Organization for Addiction Care & Treatment, brings together behavioral, social and medical resources from the community to effectively triage patients experiencing addiction. The PROACT model consolidates the process into a single-accessible service hub to ensure individuals see a physician and receive timely access to a treatment plan. PROACT includes clinical assessments, medication-assisted therapy (MAT), peer recovery supports, individual & group therapy, spiritual care, support groups, intensive outpatient services and career placement & training.
Contact: 304-696-HOPE (4673)
Project Hope for Women & Children offers hope of a brighter future for mothers experiencing addiction. As a comprehensive residential treatment facility for women with substance use disorders and their children, Project Hope provides onsite peer and residential support, developmental and parenting supports and mental health services. After completing the residential addiction treatment program at Project Hope, clients have the option to continue at Hope House for up to an additional six months. Beyond treatment, Project Hope helps residents put life skills into practice, gives children a sense of stability and supports mothers as they raise their children in a way that promotes healthy habits.