Alcohol Rehab In West Virginia

When your daughter first started college, her future was bright. She had high grades and an exuberant smile, and was loved by teachers and peers alike. Over time, however, that changed. She started to go to more parties, and would arrive home practically stumbling through the door, clearly intoxicated. At first, you thought nothing of it; drinking was just part of college life. As long as she wasn’t driving while intoxicated or doing anything dangerous, a little partying was okay.

The drinking habit continued, though, and worsened. Eventually, her grades declined, and she seemed to have a hangover nearly every day. When you learn she’s been sneaking alcohol into her classes in the water bottle she brings to school every day, you know the situation has gotten out of control. Is it still possible for her to return to her former self? How do you help your daughter? What is the next step?

The daughter from the story above isn’t alone. Around 26% of West Virginians aged 18-26 reported binge drinking in 2021. Whether you can relate to her or the concerned parent, the next step in this situation is alcohol rehab. Maybe the only thing you have in common with the people from the story is alcohol use greatly interfering in your life. No matter who you are or where you are in life, Hope for Tomorrow in Point Pleasant and Beckley, West Virginia can help. We encourage pregnant women, veterans, those with complex medical conditions, and anyone in between to let us walk alongside them on their road to recovery.

How We Treat: Understanding Alcohol Rehab and Alcohol Addiction Treatment Services at Hope for Tomorrow

Hope for Tomorrow is an addiction treatment center specializing not just in alcohol rehab, but in treatment for all substance use disorders and co-occurring mental health conditions. Our treatment modalities are evidence-based, meaning they’re already proven to work, and they’re customized to you based on the initial assessment given by our expert team. Our staff is compassionate, open-minded, and will never judge you, no matter what your alcohol use disorder looks like. 

Our treatment programs consist of residential treatment, outpatient and intensive outpatient programs, addiction counseling, and continuing care after your time with us.

Inpatient Alcohol Detox

The first step of treating alcohol use disorder is usually alcohol detox. When going through alcohol detox, you will be carefully monitored around the clock by medical professionals as your body processes the alcohol in your system. If you have an alcohol use disorder, typically withdrawal is part of this process. Our trained staff will help you progress through it safely, and as painlessly as possible.

After your alcohol detox is successful, you’ll transition into one of our other programs to continue your recovery.

Inpatient Alcohol Rehab

The inpatient alcohol rehab program at Hope for Tomorrow is for people in need of 24/7 care and time away from their regular lives to effectively build an alcohol-free life. If that’s you, you’ll heal alongside a warm community that understands where you’re coming from, and a passionate medical team dedicated to your recovery.

A regular day in our inpatient program consists of therapeutic activities and counseling with our master’s-level counselors, both in groups and as an individual. You will also receive a minimum weekly visit by your medical provider to monitor your health as a whole during your time with us. Your room will be semi-private, with delicious meals made in our full-service kitchen. Your comfort and recovery are our top priority, and we will be available around the clock for any concerns during your time with us.

We have two facilities in Beckley and Point Pleasant, with our Beckley facility focusing specifically on inpatient treatment. Length of stay will vary based on the initial assessment and your needs. Individuals in our residential program typically transition to an outpatient program once their stay is over.

Intensive Outpatient Alcohol Rehab

An intensive outpatient program (IOP) is a good option for alcoholism treatment if you want some additional independence in your treatment and/or have obligations you can’t abandon for an inpatient program. It’s also a helpful way for people from inpatient programs to adjust to their normal lives while still receiving treatment.

IOP allows you to attend treatment sessions at times that work best for your schedule. Unlike inpatient programs where you are with us 24/7, during IOP, you’ll return home at the end of the day and still be able to take part in your life outside of treatment. If you still want to work, spend time with your family, and participate in your favorite hobbies alongside your treatment, IOP is a good option for you.

IOP at Hope for Tomorrow still involves the mindfulness training, group therapy, and individual psychotherapy our inpatient program does, but outside of the 24-hour setting. Additionally, you’ll learn skills to help you live life to the fullest, such as budgeting, cooking, and securing housing or jobs, as well as ways to cope with stressors and triggers without alcohol. You will still receive our staff’s compassionate, expert care, and individualized treatment targeting exactly what is necessary for you to overcome your alcohol use disorder.

Outpatient Alcohol Rehab

Our outpatient program is typically most suitable for those with a mild to moderate alcohol use disorder. Like intensive outpatient, outpatient isn’t a 24-hour program, and you’ll spend less time with us than you would in IOP. You will still have full access to our therapy options even in our outpatient program, and a weekly appointment with a therapist to help you get to the root of your alcoholism. Outpatient works well as low-intensity treatment to help you integrate back into your life seamlessly and alcohol-free.

Continuing Care After Your Stay

Even after receiving alcoholism treatment, it can be difficult to stay alcohol-free, and some people return to drinking. Feelings of shame and hopelessness can come with that, but there’s no need to feel guilty. Instead, we encourage you to return to us, and we’ll be happy to welcome you back without judgment, just like we did the first time.

At Hope for Tomorrow, we care about you and want to be involved in your recovery for as long as you need us. That’s why we offer continued therapy for those leaving our residential programs. Continuing therapy after a residential program is proven to help those who received treatment continue to live alcohol-free lives.

Addiction Counseling

Counseling is at the core of all of our treatment programs at Hope for Tomorrow. Some of these counseling methods include:

  • Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT). In CBT, you’ll learn how to identify and cope with the challenges in your life, and how to counter destructive thought patterns. You’ll also learn more problem-solving techniques.
  • Individual and group substance use counseling. We believe in getting to the root of substance use disorders so our patients can heal on every level. In counseling, you’ll also set goals, and develop a plan alongside our qualified therapists to achieve them. Group counseling will help you develop relationships with people able to empathize with you, and you’ll support one another in recovery.
  • Family counseling. We’re aware that family greatly affects mental health, and substance use disorders alongside it. Alcohol use disorders also affect the family, not just the one with the disorder. Our family counseling sessions address the family dynamic as a whole so everyone can learn how to best support the person in recovery, and deal with any of their problems that may be interfering with the family unit’s overall well-being.

What to Expect When Getting Alcohol Rehab With Hope For Tomorrow 

Hope for Tomorrow is prepared to offer you specialized, compassionate care for your alcohol use disorder whenever you’re ready for it. In addition to our treatment programs, there’s important information on other aspects of the process you might find useful before contacting us. Of course, we’re here to answer any questions you may have as well.

The Intake and Admissions Process

When you call us about our alcohol use disorder treatment, we’ll walk you through the initial comprehensive assessment. This assessment will ensure we create a custom treatment plan that will help you recover from your alcohol use disorder. Our intake team, just like the rest of our staff, is here to help and will never judge you for your answers or where you are in life. We want to help you, no matter who you are.

Once we determine what program will work for you, you’ll be admitted. When you arrive at our facility, you’ll fill out intake forms to help us understand where you’re starting and monitor your progress along the way. We’ll do a search of your belongings for everyone’s safety, and if you’re joining our residential program, lead you to where you’ll be living during your stay.

Paying for Alcohol Rehab at Hope for Tomorrow

Hope for Tomorrow currently accepts all major insurance policies, including Medicare and Medicaid. Medicaid will provide transportation to our facility to anyone within a 70-mile radius. Our highly trained administrative staff will always be on standby to assist you with any financial questions you may have.

When To Seek Treatment for Your Alcohol Use Disorder

There is never a bad time to seek treatment. You’ve already taken a large step by making it to the bottom of this page, and we encourage you to continue that walk to recovery and join us at Hope for Tomorrow.

At Hope for Tomorrow in West Virginia, you’ll receive quality care from our passionate team of doctors, therapists, and counselors. We’re eager to help set you on a path toward recovery, no matter who you are, and won’t turn you away. We hope you’ll join us, and that in doing so, you’ll find hope yourself. Take the next step toward recovery and call us at 877-679-8162.

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