Wheeling, West Virginia
West Virginia is facing a serious substance abuse epidemic in the state, and unfortunately, Wheeling has not been immune to the devastating effects of addiction. Every area of Wheeling has been impacted by addiction, particularly by prescription drug abuse and heroin addiction. Fortunately, help is available for Wheeling residents suffering from addiction at Road to Freedom, a Christian addiction treatment center. Many West Virginia residents have healed from their addiction at Road to Freedom.
If you or a loved one is struggling with addiction and do not know where to turn, call us immediately at (844) 402-3605. Help is available 24 hour a day, 7 days a week, including holidays.
Christian Drug and Alcohol Rehab
Road to Freedom has been awarded the Gold Seal of Approval by the Joint Commission, which means we adhere to and exceed the highest standards of quality patient care. It is our belief at Road to Freedom that everyone deserves an opportunity to recover from their addiction and co-occurring mental health issues.
Through our customized treatment plans, we help our patients rebuild their lives and establish a loving relationship with Jesus Christ. To meet our patients’ needs, we tailor their treatment plans to their physical, mental and spiritual needs. Depending on their unique situation, 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
After completing our program at Road to Freedom, our patients have the necessary skills to thrive in recovery. For additional information on our customized treatment plans, call us now at (844) 402-3605.
Substance Abuse in Wheeling, WV
According to law enforcement officials and addiction specialists, the most commonly abused substances include meth, prescription drugs and heroin. Since 2014, there has been a spike in crystal meth abuse in the Upper Ohio Valley.
Although prescription drug abuse has slightly decreased throughout the state of West Virginia, it still remains a significant cause of concern for the state. Prescription painkillers often serve as a gateway drug to heroin. Because heroin is cheaper and more easily attainable, many drug users are turning to heroin. Addiction specialists believe that two-thirds of West Virginians abuse prescription painkillers before they turn to heroin.
No matter what substance you are addicted to, help is available at Road to Freedom. For more information on how we can help you or your loved one, call (844) 402-3605.
Help is Available
Drug and alcohol addiction doesn’t have to be a life sentence. Recovery is possible for you. At Road to Freedom, we believe that every patient can heal from their addiction and re-establish a loving relationship with Jesus Christ. For additional information on how we can help you, call (844) 402-3605 now.