Charleston, West Virginia
Drug and alcohol abuse and addiction are plaguing the state of West Virginia, and unfortunately, Charleston has not been immune to the devastating effects of substance abuse. In particular, prescription drug abuse and heroin addiction have reached epidemic levels in West Virginia. Fortunately, there is hope for Charleston residents struggling with addiction at Road to Freedom, a Christian treatment center.
For more information about our program and how we can help you or your loved one, call us immediately at (844)402-3605. Our admissions counselors are on standby to answer any questions you may have about our facility.
Christian Addiction Treatment Center
At Road to Freedom, we restore lives through the power of the gospel. We not only help our patients recover from their addiction, but also help them grow closer to the source of their power, Jesus Christ. Our innovative treatment programs have help thousands of people recover from addiction.
At Road to Freedom, personalized care is at the core of our treatment program. Every patient receives their own customized treatment plan developed for their specific needs and recovery goals. Depending on the patient’s needs, the following faith-based services and therapies may be included in their treatment plan:
- Safe, medically-supervised drug and alcohol detox
- Pastoral counseling
- Group addiction counseling
- One-on-one therapy
- Dual diagnosis treatment
- Biblically based 12-step meetings
- Family workshops
- Court Liaison Program
- Chronic pain management
- Holistic therapies
- Relapse prevention
- Inpatient treatment
- Outpatient treatment
- Aftercare services
For additional information on our faith-based treatment services and individualized treatment plans, call us now at (844)402-3605.
Substance Abuse in Charleston, WV
The most commonly abused substances in Charleston, West Virginia include prescription drugs, heroin and alcohol. Since the crackdown on pill mills, prescription drug abuse is on the decline in Charleston. Unfortunately, since prescription painkillers are harder to obtain, many residents have turned to abusing heroin. Heroin is a major problem for the Charleston region. In 2014, Kanawha County had the third-most heroin-related overdose deaths in the state of West Virginia.
While prescription drugs and heroin have really taken over the state, many Charleston residents are also struggling with alcohol abuse. Regardless of what substance you are addicted to, help is available at Road to Freedom. Call now for help: (844)402-3605.
Recover from Addiction
Addiction is a complex and powerful disease, but long-term recovery is possible. The first step in the recovery process is to seek help. Start the recovery journey today and call Road to Freedom now at (844)402-3605. Or, if you feel more comfortable, chat with an admissions counselor online. We are available to help you 24/7, even on holidays.
The Road to Freedom is a Christian Treatment Track at
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4905 Lantana Road, Lake Worth, FL, 33462