A National Directory of Drug Treatment Centers and Alcohol Treatment Centers, Therapists and Specialists. A free, simple directory providing assistance and guidance for those seeking help regarding alcohol addiction, drug addiction, dependency and many other conditions that affect the mind, body and soul.
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West Virginia Treatment Centers

West Virginia AA Meetings

West Virginia Area 73 Alcoholics Anonymous

Al-Anon Family Groups

West Virginia Al-Anon / Alateen

Mental Health Services

Health & Human Bureau for Behavioral Health

West Virginia Behavioral Healthcare Providers

West Virginia Behavioral Health

Well WVU Mental Health

Anonymous Groups

Greater WV Area – NA

Mountaineer Region NA

NA Wheeling West Virginia

Cocaine Anonymous – call (800) 347-8998

West Virginia Gamblers Hotline – call 855-2CALLGA

Sex Addicts Anonymous West Virginia

Marijuana Anonymous West Virginia

West Virginia Helplines

AIDS Hotline – call (800) 642-8244

Rape Crisis Center – call (304) 523-0558

West Virginia Child/Adult/Domestic Violence Abuse Hotline – call 800-352-6513

Runaway youth and family crisis center – call 800-999-9999

Treatment & Detox Guide

Reducing blood alcohol limit to 0.02 won’t stop car crashes, say experts

THE Queensland Government’s proposal to see the alcohol limit cut to 0.02 across Australia has been labelled as “nonsense” by alcohol and accident experts. Motoring groups, police, accident research centres and hotelliers all rejected moves to slash the drink-driving limit outlined in a Queensland Government discussion paper released yesterday, arguing it would make little difference….

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Dealing with addiction

Addiction to drugs and alcohol has gradually become the biggest “social evil” that we are facing today. Addiction to certain substances can ruin the professional as well as personal life of a person. Addiction can also lead to development of serious abnormal behaviors in a person that can result into dangerous criminal tendencies. Today, a….

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Naltrexone: can a pill cure alcoholism?

Naltrexone is cheap, effective and requires no costly rehab. So why do so few doctors endorse it? Mrs M, as she asks me to call her, isn’t sure exactly when she last drank herself into a comatose state, but she knows it was about five years ago. At that time she got through a bottle….

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Choosing the Best Treatment Centers for Substance Abuse

Many factors should be considered before choosing a center for substance abuse treatment. Cost isn’t the only important factor, location and level of care also matter. The best treatment centers for substance abuse will vary from one patient to the next based on individual needs. When you decide to seek help, for yourself or a….

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Judge considering center for drug, alcohol help program

Court-ordered rehabilitation for drug and alcohol offenders may soon be a locally based option for those facing charges in Lincoln County Justice Court, a choice authorities say would provide them with better options for sentencing and enhance the effectiveness of such treatment. Lincoln County Justice Court Judge Ralph Boone and Post One Probation Officer Roger….

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