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REA of Hope Fellowship Home

Addiction rehab treatment center in Charleston, West Virginia

REA of Hope Fellowship Home, Charleston, WV, is a place that helps people stop using drugs and alcohol. It’s not about making money; it’s about helping people get better. They have different ways to help you, depending on what you need. At REA of Hope, they know that stopping drug addiction can be really hard, but they’re ready to help.

REA of Hope Fellowship Home has special classes and activities to help people beat addiction. If you or someone you know is struggling with drug addiction, this place in Charleston, WV, has the right tools to help.

Facility Information

Charleston, West Virginia

Location

1429 Lee Street East,
Charleston, West Virginia, 25301

Facility Type

Drug Addiction
  • Cash/Self-Pay

Languages

  • English
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About REA of Hope Fellowship Home

Ages Treated

  • Adults
  • Teenagers

Genders Accepted

Female

Smoking Allowed

Conditions and Issues Treated

A detailed list of the primary issues commonly treated.

  • Drug Addiction

    Drug addiction is a chronic disease characterized by a physical and psychological dependency on drugs. Drug addiction occurs when extensive drug use causes changes in a person’s brain chemistry, resulting in uncontrollable cravings to use regardless of the adverse effects. The only way to overcome drug addiction or other addiction disorders is to receive addiction treatment. REA of Hope Fellowship Home in Charleston, West Virginia offers many treatment options for those struggling with drug addiction. If you or someone you love is struggling with drug addiction, get help as soon as possible. Prolonged drug use can result in a destructive addiction cycle where you must continue using drugs to avoid distressing withdrawal symptoms. Regardless of your situation, help is available in Charleston, West Virginia.

Does not treat alcohol use disorder
Does Not Treat Opioid Use Disorders
Case Management Service, Social Skills Development, Assistance With Obtaining Social Services, Mentoring/Peer Support

Levels of Care Offered at REA of Hope Fellowship Home

This facility offers a variety of treatments.

  • Addiction Treatment

    If you're dealing with a drug or alcohol addiction in Charleston, West Virginia, there are many ways to get help. You can choose from programs that let you stay at the treatment center, or you can visit for treatment while living at home. There are also programs that focus on treating both addiction and mental health issues at the same time. Plus, you can join support groups that keep on giving help even after you finish a program.

    At REA of Hope Fellowship Home, we understand that everyone's journey to recovery is unique. That's why we create a plan that's just for you, based on what you need and what you're going through. Our goal is to help you tackle your addiction from all sides, and teach you how to stay healthy and free from addiction for a long time.

    We offer lots of different ways to help you at REA of Hope Fellowship Home in Charleston, West Virginia. This includes talking one-on-one with a therapist or sharing your experiences in a group setting. These talks can play a big part in your recovery.

  • Aftercare

    Aftercare programs help people stay on track after they finish addiction treatment. Think of going to treatment as the first big step towards getting better. Usually, this treatment lasts for a short time, from 30 to 180 days. But recovery takes much longer.

    Here at REA of Hope Fellowship Home in Charleston, West Virginia, our aftercare programs are here to help when the main treatment is done. Once someone completes their treatment, they team up with our staff to make a plan for what comes next. This plan is all about keeping up with their recovery. Also, they can choose to keep getting help from us to stay strong in their journey to stay healthy and free from addiction.

  • Outpatient Treatment

    Outpatient treatment is a kind of help for beating addiction where people go to sessions a few times each week for a couple of hours. At REA of Hope Fellowship Home, this treatment includes meeting one-on-one and in groups every week, with times that can change to fit your schedule. When you join the outpatient program at REA of Hope Fellowship Home, you can keep doing your normal activities like work or school, take care of your daily tasks, and live at your house or in a house with others who are working towards recovery in Charleston, West Virginia. The outpatient program at REA of Hope Fellowship Home is really helpful at many steps of getting better, like when you feel like you need some more help to stay on track.

Therapies, Programs & Treatment Approaches

A detailed list of the methods used to care for each individual.

  • 12-Step Facilitation

    At REA of Hope Fellowship Home, we help people stop using drugs and alcohol by guiding them through a 12-step program. This program is a kind of help called 12-step facilitation therapy. It's a way to change behavior by encouraging people to join and stay active in the program. The idea is that addiction is a long-term sickness that affects a person's body, mind, and spirit. By following the 12 steps, someone can deal with all these parts of the illness.

    In Charleston, West Virginia, joining a 12-step program means you get to meet others who are also working hard to stay away from drugs and alcohol. Together, everyone supports each other to stay on the path to staying sober. At REA of Hope Fellowship Home, we believe this support is an important part of getting better.

  • Interventions

    At REA of Hope Fellowship Home in Charleston, West Virginia, we work with families and friends to plan a meeting, called an intervention, for someone who has a serious problem with drugs or alcohol. The plan is to help the person see how their addiction is not only hurting them but also the people they care about.

    A professional who knows how to help with these situations guides everyone through the process. Together, they choose a comfortable spot where they can talk to the person struggling with addiction. During this talk, everyone shares how they feel and shows their worry about the person's fight with drugs or alcohol.

    The main aim is to get the person to understand that their addiction is causing a lot of harm. It's important for them to agree to get help from experts who can support them in getting better.

    The team at REA of Hope Fellowship Home in Charleston, West Virginia is really good at helping with these important talks. They know how to make sure the message of concern and love reaches the person in need. Getting help through an intervention in Charleston, West Virginia can truly save a life, especially for someone who is dealing with addiction and other health issues at the same time.

  • Motivational Interviewing

    Motivational interviewing is a helpful way to encourage people to stop harmful habits. At REA of Hope Fellowship Home in Charleston, West Virginia, we use motivational interviewing along with another method called motivational enhancement therapy. This combination helps those dealing with drug or alcohol problems to feel more sure of themselves as they work to get better.

  • Relapse Prevention

    Going back to using drugs or alcohol after you've finished treatment for addiction is called a relapse. Many people who are working to overcome addictions might relapse at some time. If this happens, it doesn't mean you've failed. It just means you might need more help to stay on the path to staying clean for your whole life. Here at REA of Hope Fellowship Home in Charleston, West Virginia, we have relapse prevention therapy. This will teach you about why relapse happens, what makes you want to use again, and how to keep it from happening.

  • Substance Use Disorder Education

    Learning about substance use disorder is really helpful for people dealing with addiction and their families too. At REA of Hope Fellowship Home in Charleston, West Virginia, this kind of learning helps everyone understand more about the problems with using drugs and alcohol. It teaches how these substances can hurt our minds and bodies. It also shows how to be there for someone when they are trying to stop using drugs or alcohol, during their time in rehab, and when they are working to stay drug-free.

    In Charleston, West Virginia, when we talk about learning regarding substance use, it includes lessons for people who are using drugs or alcohol. It also helps their family and friends know how to support them. This education might even include how to talk and listen in ways that can help the person with their addiction.

  • Trauma-Related Counseling

    Trauma-related counseling is a type of therapy that focuses on how tough experiences can affect a person's health and happiness. At REA of Hope Fellowship Home in Charleston, West Virginia, this kind of counseling helps people learn ways to deal with and understand the feelings and memories that come from these hard times. By learning new skills, people can start to think about their experiences in a better, more positive way. In Charleston, West Virginia, treatment centers have different methods to help with healing from trauma.

Case Management Service, Social Skills Development, Assistance With Obtaining Social Services, Mentoring/Peer Support

Additional Details

Address Information

1429 Lee Street East,
Charleston, West Virginia, 25301

Phone Number

304-344-5363

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