The Center for Substance Abuse Treatment promotes community-based substance abuse treatment and recovery services. It includes resources to locate treatment and educational prevention materials.
Provides information to futher help those challenged by prescription drug abuse issues.
The Harm Reduction Coalition provides information regarding manuals and best practice documents for preventing drug overdoses.
Help4WV has a searchable database to find treatment and prevention resources. Additionally, individuals may call or text the hotline at 1-844-HELP4WV.
The National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism provides educational resources regarding alcohol use and abuse. There are also resources to assist individuals in understanding available treatment options.
The National Institute on Drug Abuse provides a wealth of information regarding controlled substances, emerging trends in drug abuse, and other related topics.
The National Institute of Mental Health provides an overview of various mental health issues. Individuals can order free information on mental health such as depression, schizophrenia, and bipolar disorder. Additionally, the site provides general information and resources to locate treatment services.
Safeguard My Meds provides information on safeguarding prescription medicine.
SAMHSA provides information on finding help and treatment.
The Substance Abuse Services Directory provides information about resources for substance abuse and mental health in each county.
Partnership for Drug-Free Kids provides educational resources including information explaining different types of controlled substances, a parent and grandparent toolkit, and tips for talking to children and teens about drug use.
211 is a free, confidential referral and information hotline that connects people from all communities and all age groups to health and human services. The hotline is available twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week.
The West Virginia Bureau for Behavioral Health & Health Facilities provides a list of resources and hotlines for a variety of behavioral health and health-related issues.
The West Virginia Center for Children’s Justice provides information regarding the Handle with Care program and the West Virginia Alliance for Drug Endangered Children.