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Mingo, WV Alcohol Rehab Centers

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Latest Reviews

Latest Reviews of Rehabs in West Virginia

Brian's Safehouse, Inc.

I�m so grateful to have had the opportunity to come to Brian�s Safehouse and get the help that I received. The staff and all the volunteers loved me and fought for me at a time when I couldn�t love or fight for myself. Being a resident there was a big change for me as the structure was a struggle and accountability was nothing I had ever experienced before. Being apart of a structured program allowed me to focus on doing what I�m suppose to be doing and the accountability helped me stay on track. The curriculum was the best part for me! I was able to learn so much about myself and life struggles through the classes we had in the mornings Monday-Friday. Being able to learn tools and skills that I could apply for solutions to the problems in my life really helped me change the way I live life. I�m able to live life more skillfully by apply these principles to my daily life. I have had long term sobriety since graduating the program with coming up on my 8th year of sobriety. When I surrendered and just allowed people to help me and took my hands out of the process then a great life of recovery was started for me and I�ve been able to build on that foundation and continue to have a sober successful life. The program works if you will work the program!!

- Jeff
5 out of 5
Mount Hope, WV

Jacob's Ladder at Brookside Farm

Jacobs Ladder is mindful of its surroundings, it is almost completely self sufficient on meals. The extracurricular activities mixed with professional counseling is awesome. The weaknesses are very limited. If I had one, it is the fact that it is a new facility. Jacobs Ladder is like an old sole that fits in with todays society, community, and provides all accommodations for clients and their family members. This is a one of a kind facility and is determined to help young men in recovery.

- Anonymous
5 out of 5
Aurora, WV

Williamson Comprehensive Treatment Center

This place has become absolutely pathetic. It use to be a great place to help with addictions but obviously the only care about money because they definitely don’t care about the patients. They NEVER answer the phones and you better not expect them to do what they say, because only you are expected to follow the rules. This clinic has become the biggest joke and sadly the people there needing their help are who suffers. The counselors will literally hang up on you when they get tired of hearing the phones ringing. Go somewhere else.

- Addict
5 out of 5
Williamson, WV