What we do
The WVU Medicine Center for Hope and Healing supports adults struggling with substance use disorders through medically managed withdrawal stabilization and residential treatment.
Located in Morgantown, West Virginia, the Center for Hope and Healing provides patient-centered care that involves individual and group therapy, as well as medical management, including medication-assisted treatment. These services are provided in a beautiful setting, where our team is committed to providing state-of-the-art treatment, while maintaining a caring and supportive environment.
The treatment facility provides 12 beds for detoxification and 30 beds for substance use disorder residential care up to 28 days. Our patients receive a continuum of care that is ordinarily found at multiple sites by different providers. At the Center for Hope and Healing, we deliver essential forms of care in one central location led by physicians specializing in addiction medicine and psychiatry.
The comprehensive person-centered treatment program offered at the Center for Hope and Healing includes:
- Residential treatment
- Medication-assisted treatment
- Family support services
- Individualized treatment plans
- Trauma-informed care
- Mindfulness-based practices
- Specialized programming for recent overdose survivors and pregnant women
In addition to our adult residential treatment program, WVU Medicine continues to offer the full range of substance use disorder services from acute inpatient, day programming, and intensive outpatient programming at Morgantown facilities and via telemedicine clinics throughout the state. Learn more.
751 Benefactor Drive, Morgantown, WV 26501 (Adjacent to Mylan Park)
To provide hope and a healing environment to people with substance use disorders.