5 Inpatient Drug Rehabs in West Virginia That Provide Excellent Dual Diagnosis Treatment

There are 32 inpatient dual diagnosis treatment centers in West Virginia that treat addiction. Only 5 of these rehab centers met our rigorous editorial standards for high-quality care.

IN THIS GUIDE

  • Harmony Ridge, Jacob’s Ladder at Brookside Farm, Prestera Center, WVU Medicine Center for Hope and Healing, and Shenandoah Valley Community Health Center (View All)
  • Each treatment center in our list has: (a) The Gold Seal of Approval from the Joint Commission or a CARF accreditation for addiction services, (b) Composite online review score of 3/5 stars or better, (c) Robust programs that effectively treat dual diagnosis disorders in an inpatient setting.

Top Rated Inpatient Drug Rehabs in West Virginia

Harmony Ridge

Harmony Ridge in West Virginia

888-771-8372   |    Visit Website

47 Chambers Circle Road, Walker, West Virginia 26180

In addition to medical supervision, clinical therapy, and psychiatric care, Harmony Ridge also provides several holistic therapies including equine therapy, meditation practices, yoga, therapeutic fitness, art therapy, music therapy, nutrition classes, and biofeedback therapy.

What They Treat: Dual diagnosis substance abuse and anxiety, bipolar disorder, depression, eating disorder, personality disorders, schizophrenia, OCD, and PTSD.

Levels of Care: Detox, Residential Treatment, PHP, IOP, Sober Living, Aftercare

TRUST SIGNALS

Online Reviews: A
Accreditations: Joint Commission Gold Seal

Jacob’s Ladder at Brookside Farm

Jacob's Ladder at Brookside Farm in West Virginia

304-239-1214   |    Visit Website

25208 George Washington Highway, Aurora, West Virginia 26705

Jacob’s Ladder is a long-term residential treatment program for men only. Their program includes mindfulness practices, adventure therapy, as well as music and art therapy. There is an emphasis on 12-Step recovery practices in a community-centered program.

What They Treat: Dual diagnosis substance abuse and mild mental health issues.

Levels of Care: Residential Treatment

TRUST SIGNALS

Online Reviews: A
Accreditations: Joint Commission Gold Seal & NAATP Accredited

Prestera Center

Prestera Center in West Virginia

304-525-7851   |    Visit Website

3375 US-60 East, Huntington, West Virginia 25705

Prestera Center specializes in behavioral health care and addiction treatment programs. As a non-profit, they provide care and services to anyone who needs it, regardless of their ability to pay. They currently offer two residential programs, one exclusively for men and another that caters solely to women and children.

What They Treat: Dual diagnosis substance abuse and mental health issues and crises.

Levels of Care: Detox, Residential Treatment, PHP, IOP, Sober Living

TRUST SIGNALS

Online Reviews: C
Accreditations: CARF Accredited

WVU Medicine Center for Hope and Healing

WVU Medicine Center for Hope and Healing in West Virginia

304-598-4200   |    Visit Website

1 Medical Center Drive, Morgantown, West Virginia 26506

The WVU Medicine Center for Hope and Healing supports adults struggling with substance use disorders. Residential care includes co-ed, male-only, and female-only options that last for up to 28 days. Programs for recent survivors of overdose as well as postpartum care are also available. They provide patient-centered care that involves individual and group therapy, medication-assisted treatment, and mindfulness-based practices.

What They Treat: Dual diagnosis substance abuse, depression, anxiety, PTSD, and eating disorders.

Levels of Care: Detox, Inpatient Treatment, PHP, IOP

TRUST SIGNALS

Online Reviews: C
Accreditations: Joint Commission Gold Seal

Shenandoah Valley Community Health Center

Shenandoah Valley Community Health Center in West Virginia

304-596-2610   |    Visit Website

99 Tavern Road, Martinsburg, West Virginia 25401

Shenandoah Valley Community Health Center offers behavioral health services including substance abuse counseling and treatment, therapy for individuals, couples, families, and groups, medication management, specialized therapy techniques including EMDR, ILS, and Biofeedback and specialty counseling for an array of topics such as conflict resolution parenting, grief, relationships, and family dynamics

What They Treat: Dual diagnosis substance abuse, eating disorders, and psychiatric disorders.

Levels of Care: Detox, Residential Treatment, PHP, IOP

TRUST SIGNALS

Online Reviews: C
Accreditations: Joint Commission Gold Seal
Editorial Note: Shenandoah Valley Community Health Center also provides programs for eating disorders among children and adults.

West Virginia Addiction & Mental Health Support

Additional Resources For Finding Help in West Virginia:

Overdose Prevention Resources

  • In the event of a suspected overdose call 911 and monitor the individual until paramedics arrive. 
  • NEXT Distro – West Virginia: A national overdose prevention organization, their site provides information about getting naloxone in West Virginia.
  • West Virginia Poison Center: This article on naloxone use provides instructions for using naloxone as well as a map of places to get naloxone all across the state.
  • Help & Hope West Virginia: This site provides a helpful training video for how to use naloxone in the event of an overdose.
West Virginia Crisis Hotlines

Addiction Recovery Support Meetings