At Mountaineer Recovery Center we are committed to providing an inclusive and welcoming environment for all members of our clients, staff, volunteers, vendors and subcontractors. We do not discriminate based on race, color, religion (creed), gender, gender expression, age, national origin (ancestry), disability, marital status, sexual orientation, or military status in any of our activities or operations. Click here for more information on Civil Rights.
Mountaineer Recovery Center began in 2019 with a $3 million grant to create a 48 bed residential substance use treatment facility. Mountaineer Recovery Center add many staff and evidence-based programming due to the overwhelming demand for the quality services we provide.
Treatment does not occur in isolation, but in collaboration with a supportive community using:
Patients receive the most updated evidence-based practices, medications, and technologies. We partner with West Virginia University and Shepherd University along with other higher education agencies to evaluate the program’s impact.
The Women’s Center includes 12 two-bedroom apartments for moms with children to have their children up to age 4 reside with them while attending residential treatment. The addition will allow women to not have to choose between keeping their kid’s or going into treatment.
Our treatment model is based on a Continuum of Care, meaning that we adjust treatment according to the needs of the patient. Since needs change over time, so does our treatments and services. If needs go up, so do the level of services available. As needs reduce and circumstances improve, treatment can adjust to accommodate and enhance a persons improved functioning.