New Addiction Treatment Facility Slated to Open in March
West Virginia University Medicine says it plans to open a new residential addiction treatment facility in March.
WVU Medicine spokeswoman Amy Johns told The Dominion Post said officials expect to start accepting patients at the $12 million facility in Morgantown.
Johns said the facility will offer 30 residential treatment beds and 12 detox beds, and it will abide by the Hazelden Betty Ford model of offering a 28-day program of intensive residential care.
She said the mission of the center is to offer a comprehensive program that leads to recovery for patients with all forms of substance use disorders, including drugs and alcohol.