Rehabs near Charleston WV

West Virginia has a reputation for hospitality that is endearing. Sadly, it faces some of the highest rates of opioid abuse in the country. In 2017, West Virginia saw 49.6 out of 100 deaths due to opioids. This is more than the national average. Secondly, opioids were involved in 70% of overdoses in 2018. While much of the opioids abused were synthetic, prescription medications were widely available, with doctors writing 69.3 prescriptions “per every 100 persons”. With sobering statistics, it is vital to get the care necessary. West Virginia offers a variety of treatment options for individuals to access. Explore your options today.

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