Appalachian Behavioral HealthCare (ABHC) is a licensed behavioral health facility that offers twenty-four hour, supervised residential treatment for women with Substance Use Disorder. The 9,966 sq. ft. facility sits on 3.6 acres of land located in South Charleston, West Virginia and provides ample space for healing, exploring, and recovery. Residents have access to public transportation and local churches, while nestled in a protective environment that once was a rock quarry and then Rock Lake Pool from 1942-1986.
At ABHC, we honor the unique journey of women seeking life-long sobriety through person-centered treatment. We provide access to all paths to recovery including abstinence-based and medication-assisted treatment. Our program is an estimated six-month period of time, depending on the path the resident chooses and their individual therapeutic needs.
Each resident will receive the individualized attention of a therapist, addiction counselor, case manager, and peer recovery support specialist. All residents participate in our ReIntegr8 program where they receive activities such as meaningful employment and life skills training alongside women who are successfully navigating their recovery journeys.