Intensive Outpatient

Intensive outpatient treatment is a good option for those whose substance use is beginning to interfere with some aspects of their life, such as their job, family or financial situation, but who feel they live in a supportive environment.  This allows you to remain at home, yet get a more intense treatment experience than just attending individual therapy or support groups. This program also provides access to medical and psychiatric services as needed.   To obtain more information or to make a referral, please call 304-256-7144 or 304-256-7100.


LEARN

The LEARN Program is a 90-day intensive residential treatment program geared toward men, aged 18-and-over, who suffer from an identified substance use disorder(s), and/or a mental health disorder. The typical client may suffer from family stress, financial burdens, employment issues, legal issues, and health issues as a result of his substance use disorder. Treatment interventions include twice-daily participation in group therapy, individual sessions with a therapist, frequent and random drug screens, and recovery-based activities, including NA/AA meetings.  This program also provides access to medical and psychiatric services as needed. 

The staff will work closely with each referral to determine the best options and will assist with any family reunification efforts. Similarly, many men referred to the program have experienced trauma. The staff is trained in providing a trauma-informed environment and in providing treatment for trauma.

To obtain more information or to make a referral, please call 304-256-7144 or 304-256-7100.


MOTHER

The MOTHER Program is a 90-day intensive residential treatment program geared toward women, aged 18 and over, who suffer from an identified substance use disorder(s), and/or a mental health disorder. The typical client may suffer from family stress, financial burdens, employment issues, legal issues, and health issues as a result of her substance use disorder. Treatment interventions include twice-daily participation in group therapy, individual sessions with a therapist, frequent and random drug screens, and recovery-based activities, including NA/AA meetings.  This program also provides access to medical and psychiatric services, as needed. 

The staff will work closely with each referral to determine the best options, and will assist with any family reunification efforts. Similarly, many women referred to the program have experienced trauma, whether through domestic violence or through childhood or adult sexual abuse. The staff is trained in providing a trauma-informed environment and in providing treatment for trauma.

To get more information or to make a referral, call 304-256-7146 or 304-256-7100.


Turning Pointe

Turning Pointe is a 90-day intensive residential treatment program tailored to address the needs of pregnant and post-partum women (up to 12 months), with identified substance use disorders, and/or co-occurring mental health diagnoses. The typical client may suffer from family stress, financial burdens, employment issues, legal issues, and health issues as a result of her substance use disorder. Treatment interventions include twice-daily participation in group therapy, individual sessions with a therapist, frequent and random drug screens, and recovery-based activities, including NA/AA meetings. Parenting skills are also developed at Turning Pointe and clients are linked with appropriate community resources to encourage ongoing growth following completion of treatment. This program also provides access to medical and psychiatric services, as needed.

The program is a smoke-free community, but a smoking cessation specialist and smoking cessation assists are available to help women as they adjust to a smoke-free environment. Women who are pregnant have a choice (made with their doctor’s input) to slowly taper off opiates if that is the drug of choice, or to use Medication Assisted Treatment (Subutex) while in residential treatment to minimize the impact of drug use on the development of the fetus. Turning Pointe staff have a close relationship with the OBGYN Clinic (through Access Health) and with Raleigh General Hospital’s neonatal and labor and delivery staff. The health of both mom and her baby are a key goal of the program.

To get more information or to make a referral, contact 304-252-6783.


Detoxification is often the first step to addressing alcohol or substance use. The Crisis Stabilization program offers opioid, alcohol and benzodiazepine detoxification to those who are actively withdrawing from drugs or alcohol and demonstrate commitment to long-term drug or alcohol treatment upon discharge. If the consumer expresses that they have no plans to enter long-term treatment upon completing the detoxification process or has had previous detoxification admissions with failure to follow-up with drug or alcohol treatment, admission for detoxification may not be approved.

     Additionally, if a referral has been actively utilizing alcohol and would likely obtain a Breathalyzer result of .08 or higher, then medical clearance will need to be obtained to ensure the consumer’s safety and competence level to consent to treatment. The consumer will be admitted to the CSU once a Breathalyzer result is obtained that is lower than .08.

Detoxification


DUI Safety and Treatment

FMRS provides the WV DUI Safety and Treatment Program through an agreement with the State of WV. Classes are offered in Raleigh County on Tuesday mornings and Tuesday evenings. In Fayette County, classes are provided on Thursday afternoons. Each class is provided to ensure participants meet the requirements of the State of WV. If the DUI occurred in another state, we work to meet that state’s particular requirements. Consumer Satisfaction Surveys note that “the instructor was helpful and did not judge us”. Please call 304-256-7100 for information about fees, dates for upcoming classes and other information that may help in regaining a valid driver’s license.


Medication Assisted Treatment

Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) Services include the use of medications, such as Suboxone, Vivitrol, or Naltrexone in addition to counseling to treat severe opioid use problems.  MAT may be offered as a treatment option within any of the FMRS substance use treatment programs.  MAT would include a minimum of weekly group counseling, monthly individual counseling and all participants are seen by the physician weekly.  Regular urine drug screens are completed through an on-site laboratory.  An initial evaluation will determine of MAT is an appropriate option for each referral.