SUBSTANCE USE SERVICES AND ADDICTION
You may be feeling scared and overwhelmed. You or someone you love has an addiction that can’t be controlled. It has become physically, mentally, and emotionally draining — a thirst that’s never quenched, a craving that’s never satisfied.
At Westbrook Health Services, our team of professionals understands the challenges of recovery. We know that addiction affects not only the individual but the family as well. Working with both the individual and family, Westbrook can help you and your loved one achieve freedom from addiction. There is hope, there is help.
Substance Use Treatment Services include:
Inpatient Detox and Crisis Stabilization Program
28 Day Treatment Program
Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT)
DUI Safety and Treatment Program
Genesis Residential Substance Use Treatment Program for Women
Genesis is a Residential Addiction Recovery Program for Women, Pregnant Women, and Women with Dependent Children. The Genesis Program provides the opportunity to spend time in a safe, sober, drug and alcohol-free environment. Here women are afforded the training and support necessary to become reliable and productive members of the community. During their treatment, they will be helped to build the life skills that will enable them to successfully live on their own.
AMITY-28 DAY TREATMENT PROGRAM
Substance abuse and addiction can leave you scared and overwhelmed. Desperation, hopelessness, failure- these are just a few of the emotions you might be experiencing. Despite these feelings, hope is still possible. Our team works with you and your family from the first day of admission to evaluate individually the level of services needed and to develop an individualized road to recovery.
MEDICATION ASSISTED TREATMENT (MAT) PROGRAM
Vivitrol is an available option to individuals with substance use disorder with moderate to severe severity according to DSM V criteria. The first phase of the Vivitrol Program focuses on obtaining the optimal dose of Vivitrol at which the client discontinues or markedly diminishes the use of other opioids and alcohol; and experiences no withdrawal symptoms, minimal or no side effects, and no uncontrollable cravings for drugs of abuse. The first phase also focuses on basic recovery skills, including but not limited to: the biopsychosocial aspects of addiction, developing a support system, and recovery planning. The second phase allows clients to work on further enhancing recovery skills including employment, interpersonal relationships, and advanced relapse prevention. The intensity and frequency of services decrease as the client meets treatment goals over the life of the individualized program. Services consist primarily of therapy, counseling, and education about substance-related and mental health problems and medication management. This program allows clients to receive essential education and treatment services while allowing them to apply their newly acquired skills in real-world environments.
Westbrook Health Services recognizes the growth of the opioid epidemic in the United States and its particular prevalence in the state of West Virginia. In order to effectively treat this problem, Westbrook Health Services offers Buprenorphine as an available option to treat opioid dependence. Westbrook Health Services helps to manage both the short-term and long-term effects of opioid dependence as part of overall treatment; which consists of medication, counseling, attendance at support group meetings, and monitoring to ensure optimal success at building a lifestyle that supports recovery efforts.