Recovery Point Charleston
501 Stockton Street
Charleston, WV 25312
Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP)
Intensive Oupatient Program
About This Rehab
The Recovery Point of Huntington, Recovery Point of Charleston, and Four Seasons Recovery Center programs are social models of long-term recovery, pioneered by The Healing Place of Louisville, KY. Clients reside at the facility for six to twelve months while working an intensive program consisting of the Twelve Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous and the supplemental curriculum of Recovery Dynamics in a community setting that is centered on personal accountability and unconditional love. Surrounded by peers who have “been there and done that,” clients quickly discover the power of shared experience with those who live in close proximity to them. Seeking and sustaining recovery must be approached with a sense of urgency, and those who are given the many gifts of recovery possess an equally urgent desire to give away to others that which has been freely given to them. Such is the essence of peer-to-peer recovery at the Recovery Point family of organizations.
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