Wise Path Recovery Centers

 

WILLIAMSON, WV

Treatment Services Offered

Our facility in Williamson, WV offers Detox & Stabilization, Short-Term Residential and Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT) services. Detox may be the first step to overcoming addiction and oftentimes uses medication-assisted treatment for assistance. After detox is completed, clients will transition to short-term residential treatment where you will continue to be in a substance-free environment and simultaneously learn how to develop healthy coping skills.

You will also have access to:

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Medication Management

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Health and Substance Monitoring

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Individual, Group and Family Therapy

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Relapse Prevention Skills

What to Expect from Inpatient Services at our Williamson Location

Our inpatient rehab treatment programs allow patients to be in a controlled and substance-free environment where they are able to focus on overcoming their addictions. You will get access to 24/7 medical care including a full clinical team to monitor your progress and to adjust your treatment plan as you progress through the program. To schedule a free consultation, give us a call today to get started.

A Look into our Facility

Located in the Williamson community, this Wise Path Recovery Centers facility offers inpatient services, such as detox and short-term residential with 46 beds. Clients will have access to an updated lounge meant to promote peer engagement within the facility community and an outside gazebo for access to nature.

We’re located at:

859 Alderson Street
Williamson, WV 25661
Open 24/7

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Real Stories of Recovery: Hear How Wise Path Recovery Centers Empower Individuals on the Path to Recovery

Williamson, WV Staff

  • Erika Pallie
    Erika Pallie
    Physician
  • Jim Patton
    Jim Patton
    Program Director
  • Joey Ferguson
    Joey Ferguson
    Director of Business Development & Patient Access
  • Teddi Grim
    Teddi Grim
    Lead Admissions Coordinator
  • Russell Wyatt
    Russell Wyatt
    Senior Outreach Coordinator
Erika Pallie
Physician

Dr Erika Pallie has a medical career spanning 25 years. She Is board certified in both Addiction Medicine and Family Medicine. She earned her medical degree from WVU in Morgantown, where she completed her residency in Family Medicine. Her interest in taking a holistic approach to helping patients attain wellness led to a career shift when she started working in the addiction field. What started as job that offered a way to help with the addiction epidemic transitioned into her main focus as she progressed to being Medical Director for a methadone clinic in Morgantown WV, overseeing both methadone and suboxone programs. Now, she is the lead physician at outpatient and residential treatment centers.

Dr Pallie advocates for an individualized patient-centered approach to patient care and is committed to helping people achieve recovery.

Jim Patton
Program Director

Jim Patton is the Program Director of our Charleston, WV Recovery Center. He worked for the Devereux Foundation for 13 years in the capacity of Program Director and oversaw a 150-bed inpatient facility for at-risk youth. He has also worked in management capacities for Acadia Healthcare, Bowling Green Brandywine Treatment Center, New Perspectives of White Deer Run of Lebanon, Lehigh Center For Recovery, Charleston Comprehensive Treatment Center, and OVP Health in South Point Ohio. On a personal note, he likes coaching his children in baseball and softball, and he is an avid hunter and fisherman.

When asked why he’s excited to lead WPRC – Charleston, he said, “I celebrated 11 years clean and sober this past June and know addiction and recovery firsthand. I was excited to be able to handpick my team and bring a strong outpatient program to Charleston in the Kanawha Valley. It is desperately needed. In addition to providing an array of treatment services, we will also be focusing on providing more nontraditional hours to help those who may be working or may be farther away and need time to attend treatment later in the day.”

Joey Ferguson
Director of Business Development & Patient Access

Joey started his professional addiction career by helping to develop and launch a mindfulness-based treatment center called Jacobs Ladder, which is featured in Netflix documentary “Recovery Boys.” Joey has traveled both internationally and locally to participate in screenings and community discussions on substance use disorder and treatment. Joey helped develop the collegiate recovery at West Virginia University where he served as a graduate assistant in their program. He helped WVU Medicine develop a detox and residential treatment center called the Center for Hope and Healing, which is open and operational in Morgantown, WV. During his time at WVU, Joey spoke for the Mark Wahlberg Youth Foundation and various other organizations. Joey has work experience with nationally renowned treatment programs and serves individuals needing treatment on the front lines. Joey has been with the ki®RC–Williamson team from inception to opening.

Teddi Grim
Lead Admissions Coordinator

Teddi Grim is the face our Centers as our Lead Admissions Coordinator. She was born, raised, and lived in the northern panhandle for most of her life and currently resides in Western PA near the WV border. She tells us she will always be a Mountaineer at heart.

She spent 22 years working in the medical field with more than 5 years in addiction medicine. The hospital-based treatment service she worked at for those years is where I found my passion for the industry. Now as the Lead Admissions Coordinator, she loves being the first voice that clients hear when they’re making that difficult phone call to seek help and being able to help them navigate their way into recovery. 

When she is not working, she loves camping, kayaking and traveling with her husband and two sons.  Most of her free time is spent being a sports mom and shuffling kids to and from practices and games, which she loves doing.

Russell Wyatt
Senior Outreach Coordinator

Russell is the Sr Outreach Coordinator for Wise Path Recovery Centers in West Virginia. He is a person in long-term recovery and has over a decade of experience in the addiction/recovery field. Russell spends his days traveling our great state building and fostering relationships with community partners to help people find wellness and recovery. He is dedicated to this mission, and he thinks that anyone suffering from substance misuse deserves the chance to recover and live a happy life. Russell previously worked as an outreach coordinator for American Addiction Centers before joining the Wise Path team. He also worked for West Virginia Sober Living/West Virginia Peers and was one of the first peer recovery support specialists in our area to become state certified and went on to help train and mentor many others in this role. He is a person who believes in second chances! Russell loves to spend his free time with friends and family. His hobbies include traveling, playing video games and other various things.

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