Find out more about our SUD treatment programs.

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We know there are many questions you might have about substance use disorder treatment. We address some of the most common questions below.


How Will I Know if Inpatient or Outpatient Services are Right for Me?

The type and length of treatment varies depending on the needs of the client and will be determined by your clinician and yourself in collaboration. We do everything in our power to ensure each client receives the right level of care for their unique needs. Talk to a care specialist today to get an estimated timeline based on your current health and treatment expectations.


Can My Family Come With Me?

Family therapy is a key component in outpatient services, and family members are more than welcome to attend when appropriate and consented by the individual. For inpatient programs, family members are welcome to accompany their loved ones to the facility but are unable to gain access to the residential floor. We are planning to offer telehealth family psychoeducational groups, but unfortunately at this time, family member visitation and in-person sessions are not allowed.


What Should I Bring if I'm Staying at Your Residential Program?

Hygiene items and clothing are just a few things to bring; technology is one thing to avoid bringing. For a full list of what to bring and what to leave at home, visit our “What to Bring to Inpatient Treatment” webpage.

Do You Offer Continuing Care?

Aftercare, also called continuing care, is a critical part of recovery and takes place after you complete your treatment program. Continuing care looks different for everyone but usually includes the following:

  • One-on-one therapy
  • Local self-help or recovery support groups, including 12-Step meetings
  • Routine medical check-ups
  • Ways to engage with your community in a positive way such as volunteering or joining a sober peer group

Our team works to ensure that no one leaves our programs without a solid aftercare plan in place and knowledge about local community resources.


What Insurances Do You Take?

At our Wise Path Recovery Centers , we accept most major insurances including WV Medicaid. Contact us at 866-860-9772 for insurance verification or to discuss your financial options.

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