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Recovery Point West Virginia

Intake: (304) 208-8491

Welcome to Recovery Point

Help for Individuals Suffering from Substance Use Disorder

Recovery Point West Virginia provides several recovery programs at NO COST to individuals suffering from a substance use disorder. The organization relies on grants, donations, and fundraising to offer our programs to individuals in need. Our goal is to help individuals find lasting recovery and a new healthy way of life.

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Recovery Point team members
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Community Impact


Individuals Housed & Treated


Rides Provided through Routes to Recovery


Hours Volunteering in Our Communities


Graduates from our program

Embrace Hope 2024

Embrace Hope is the major fundraising event for Recovery Point West Virginia, and this year promises to be our best yet! We’re thrilled to announce our keynote speaker, Tony Hoffman, a former BMX Pro and U.S. Olympic Coach, who will inspire us with his incredible journey of resilience and recovery. Whether you’re a long-time supporter or new to our cause, this event is for you! All are welcome to attend and be part of this impactful celebration. We can’t wait to see you there!

upcoming classes

Our Behavioral Health branch is hosting upcoming PRSS classes beginning on April 5, 2024 at 9AM. Classes will run for 5 consecutive Fridays from 9AM to 4PM. The cost for the 5-week class is $500. Requirements are listed as well as a contact email if you wish to enroll in the class.

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Recovery Point West Virginia provides several recovery programs at no cost to clients across the state. Recovery Point WV is a 501(c)3 charitable organization. Consult your tax advisor for benefits available to you for giving.

If you wish to specify a program for your donation or are in need of more information about donating to our programs, please email our Director of Development Leah Cook.

Thank you for your generosity!

Help Us Make a Bed

The “Make A Bed” campaign allows us to continue caring for individuals suffering from substance use disorders at no cost to them.

When a resident enters our program, the first thing we teach them is to be responsible for the task, “Make A Bed.” We believe that chaos around you can produce chaos in you. 

The cost for us to provide a bed to a resident is $32 per day. We receive, on average, $18 a day through state funding which leaves a deficit of $14 per day for us to provide a bed to a resident at no cost to them.

Today, we want to ask you to partner with Recovery Point West Virginia by “Making A Bed.” Because we surely can’t do this without you.

Our Programs

Our Services

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Long-Term Recovery Facilities

Recovery Point West Virginia (RPWV) offers several programs of recovery services to individuals with substance use disorder at no cost to participants.

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Peer Recovery Coaches

Recovery Point West Virginia employs peer recovery coaches in various settings, organizations, and agencies throughout the state.

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Peer Recovery Coach Training

Recovery Point West Virginia provides training to meet the educational requirements of the Peer Recovery Credential offered by WVCBAPP.

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Beyond the Point

Beyond the Point offers many services for housing, training, education, development, behavioral health, and much more.