There are no addiction treatment centers near Keyser, West Virginia.
Luckily, there is one drug rehab center nearby, in Morgantown.
Substance abuse treatment services provided include:
- inpatient programs
- substance abuse counseling
- mental health treatment
For more treatment options, be sure to view our list of the best detox centers in West Virginia.
Rehab Center Near Keyser, West Virginia
West Virginia University Medicine Center for Hope and Healing – Morgantown, West Virginia
The Center for Hope and Healing is a drug and alcohol addiction treatment facility that serves adults.
This drug rehab center provides substance abuse treatment through medically managed withdrawal stabilization and residential treatment in a 28-day program.
Alcohol and drug addiction treatment services available:
- medical detox
- inpatient treatment
- individual counseling
- group therapy
Location and contact information:
751 Benefactor Drive.
Morgantown, West Virginia 26501
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Finding Substance Abuse Treatment Centers Near Keyser, West Virginia
There is only one alcohol and drug rehab center serving the Keyser area.
Which means you will have to travel elsewhere in the state or somewhere in the U.S. to receive outpatient treatment and other services.
If you are considering traveling for addiction treatment, be sure to view our list of the best detox centers in the US.
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Published on June 3, 2021
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- West Virginia Department of Health and Human Resources — Drug and Alcohol Use Statistics
- West Virginia Department of Health and Human Resources — Overdose Emergency Room Visits