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

Recognizing the Signs of Drug Relapse Post Drug Treatment

If you have already completed drug treatment or if someone you love has completed treatment at a treatment center then you probably think that things are perfect, on the right track and can never go back to what they were. Unfortunately, if you aren’t ready to recognize the early warning signs of drug relapse after….

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Drunks who attack hospital staff face pubs and clubs ban

A New scheme to ban people from city centre pubs and clubs if they assault hospital staff after a night out has been welcomed by Health Minister Edwina Hart. But Alcohol Concern in Wales said while the idea is “useful”, it believes some of the root causes of drink-fuelled violence, such as irresponsible supermarket and….

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How group gave me strength to live with my alcoholic husband

alcoholic husband problems

She spent 30 years “wheedling, cajoling, arguing, fighting, threatening and blackmailing” her alcoholic husband. But it was only after attending a local Al-Anon Family Group, for the family and friends of alcoholics, that Mary* realised no one could stop her husband drinking except her husband himself. Mary, a former nurse in her 60s, and her….

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