Beyond the Point Offers a Wide Range of Services

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Routes to Recovery

  • Began in November 2020
  • Provides transport to medically necessary appointments, cafe interviews, work, etc.
  • Completed over 15,000 rides to date
  • Additionally available for those who are
    not in substance abuse recovery
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The Point Apartments

  • Opened September 7, 2022
  • Houses 30 individuals in recovery
  • Average stay of 6-12 months
  • Path 1 (intensive outpatient services) beginning in 2023
  • Includes 12-step facilitation, individual sessions with Peer Recovery Support Specialists (PRSS), therapy, etc.
  • Path 2 clients are required to have completed at least a 30-day program
  • Required to be employed, complete daily chores, and attend 5 meetings and 1 community event each week
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The Point CAFÉ

630 8th ave, huntington wv, 52701

  • Opened July 7, 2022
  • Served over 550 individuals
  • Provides Peer Recovery Support Specialists (PRSS) classes and life skill training for individuals with 24 hours or more in recovery
  • Offers 12-step traditional meetings
  • Narcan training
  • GED schooling
  • Identification assistance
  • Assistance with pre-employment and reference direct employment
  • Case management services
  • Fun recreational group activities
  • Computer lab with free Wi-Fi
  • Recovery library for members
  • Recovery professionals meeting
  • Peer Recovery Support Specialists (PRSS) CEU credit classes
  • A safe environment to gather with friends and family
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Recovery Point Behavioral Health

137 8th ave. west, huntington, wv 25701

  • Began operation in 2020
  • Served over 1,500 people across the tristate area
  • Provides counseling and mental health resources to our residents
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Mobile Integrated Care (MIC) Unit

  • Began operation on November 7, 2020
  • Fully operational RV dedicated to public health
  • Currently services four different counties
  • Provides behavioral health and healthcare to individuals by always having Peer Recovery Support Specialists (PRSS) on board