Returning to normal life immediately after the recent successful attempt of overcoming an addiction may not always be the best solution for a recovering addict. At this point these recovering addicts are still considered to be in a very fragile state and sometime the slightest challenge or temptation could put them right back into the addiction phase again. The West Virginia Drug and Health Administration Department understands the need to cater to this segment of society in order to ensure the recovery efforts were not in vain. There has been a lot of effort put into setting up as many halfway houses as possible to ensure adequate support. These centers offer control and supervision to help the addict stay “clean” and build their confidence to resume normal living. Counseling and skills training are some of the services provided at these halfway houses to help the recovering addicts from a more practical angle.
The information at our website will help the visitor source for the nearest and most suitable halfway house that will meet the immediate needs. It will also help the visitor understand the advantageous of considering a halfway house as an option to strengthen the former addict, before returning to the “outside world”.
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