West Virginia Medical Detox Center
For many in Walker, WV, medical detox is a necessary form of treatment required at the top of their addiction treatment. Depending on the individual’s history of abuse, what kind of substance he or she has been abusing, and for how long, medical detox might be a requirement prior to receiving any further therapeutic treatments. At Harmony Ridge, our detox program includes many of our most experienced medical and psychiatric professionals who will work with all clients to ensure their comfort and well-being. During this time, clients will participate in care that includes vital checks, group therapy sessions, rest time, case management services, and more. And, once a client has completed detox, he or she can move into another program best suited for his or her needs.
Residential Treatment Center Walker WV
Our drug & alcohol residential treatment programs in Walker West Virginia welcomes individuals who desire to focus on his or her treatment without any interruptions, increase his or her chances of success, and go through this process alongside others who can understand what they are experiencing. With services being provided on an around-the-clock basis, clients participating in a residential treatment program will be provided with several therapeutic means designed to bolster their recovery. From family therapy and wellness education to individual therapy and adventure therapy, Harmony Ridge covers all bases in the residential treatment program.
The very root of what Harmony Ridge is all about can be found in the therapeutic services that we provide. We believe in providing evidence-based, clinically effective therapies that have proven potential to affect significant change in the lives of those looking to push past addiction and make it through to recovery.
Harmony Ridge Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT) Center
Studies show that those who are addicted to opioids and/or opiates can benefit from participating in medication-assisted treatment programs. Harmony Ridge rehab programs in Walker WV provide clients with prescription medication designed to help manage the intensity of their withdrawal symptoms and help prevent powerful cravings. At Harmony Ridge, we utilize medication-assisted treatment to effectively wean individuals off of these substances in a safe manner. This treatment can last anywhere from one to six months long, and no clients are ever discharged still on one of these medications.
Intensive Outpatient Program Walker WV
Those who participate in our intensive outpatient program in Walker West Virginia, often do so after completing a residential program or a partial hospitalization program (PHP). It is the perfect therapeutic setting for those who still require a strong guiding hand in their recovery, but do not need the same level of care as those in a residential program. Harmony Ridge’s intensive outpatient program, better known as our IOP, usually offers programming in the mornings (9AM – 12PM) or evenings (6PM – 9PM). There, patients will receive life skills training, cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), and relapse prevention classes.
Outpatient Program in WV
The outpatient program at Harmony Ridge in Walker WV is usually best suited for those who have gone through detox, residential treatment, and intensive outpatient. The client does not reside at the Walker wilderness treatment center, nor does he or she spend as much time there as he or she does during intensive outpatient program. Instead, clients will do things such as participate in an hourlong weekly meeting, family therapy, receive employment support, motivational training, and court assistance, if necessary.
Sober Living / Housing
Our extensive network of resources in the area and abroad will assist you in finding affordable, safe, clean, recovery-focused housing that best suits your needs.
Community / 12-step Meetings
Our AA and NA-sanctioned meetings, located in our meeting hall, are open to the public and provide much-needed support to a local community that is deep-rooted in recovery and deserves all the local support systems that it can get in fighting the opioid and drug epidemic.