Treatment Centers in Harpers Ferry, WV

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Maryland Center for Gender & Intimacy
Treatment Center
Verified Verified
Harpers Ferry, WV 25425
Not accepting new clients
We are psychotherapists specializing in gender, sexuality, relationships, and sex therapy. We are committed to doing effective healing work informed by social justice values. We are members of the LGBTQIA2+ community, and many of our clients are, too. A primary focus of our practice is working with clients of diverse sexual, gender, and relationship identities, including (but not limited to) people who identify as: transgender, non-binary, gender-nonconforming, intersex, lesbian, gay, pansexual, bisexual, queer, asexual, kinky, and polyamorous. We operate from an anti-white-supremacy framework and welcome people of color. We recognize that clients’ identities may not be central to the reason they seek therapy. It can help to have a therapist who “gets it” so you can focus on what brings you to therapy.
We are psychotherapists specializing in gender, sexuality, relationships, and sex therapy. We are committed to doing effective healing work informed by social justice values. We are members of the LGBTQIA2+ community, and many of our clients are, too. A primary focus of our practice is working with clients of diverse sexual, gender, and relationship identities, including (but not limited to) people who identify as: transgender, non-binary, gender-nonconforming, intersex, lesbian, gay, pansexual, bisexual, queer, asexual, kinky, and polyamorous. We operate from an anti-white-supremacy framework and welcome people of color. We recognize that clients’ identities may not be central to the reason they seek therapy. It can help to have a therapist who “gets it” so you can focus on what brings you to therapy.
(301) 360-4349 View (301) 360-4349

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Rapid Detox - Waismann Method® Opioid Treatment
Treatment Center, MD, APMC, ABAM
Verified Verified
Shenandoah Junction, WV 25442
WAISMANN METHOD Rapid Detox Center is the leading medically assisted treatment program in the nation. The center has maintained an unparalleled safety record while demonstrating superior results for over two decades. From the inception of Waismann Method in 1998, Dr. Michael Lowenstein, M.D., the center's medical director, and Clare Waismann SUDCC/RAS, its founder, have continued to work tirelessly to provide patients the best possible experience, the safest form of opioid detoxification and the most successful results. The opioid detox journey begins in a private room of an accredited hospital, where a comprehensive medical evaluation and physical stabilization are performed. This meticulous pre-treatment protocol allows the medical team to identify each patient's unique health needs and the most suitable detox treatment plan. Dr. Lowenstein is quadruple board-certified and recognized as the USA's most experienced rapid detox physician. Rapid detox usually occurs on the second day in a private ICU room, under the care of Dr. Lowenstein and his team of medical professionals. The day after rapid detox, most patients are given a Vivitrol shot or Naltrexone to control cravings.
WAISMANN METHOD Rapid Detox Center is the leading medically assisted treatment program in the nation. The center has maintained an unparalleled safety record while demonstrating superior results for over two decades. From the inception of Waismann Method in 1998, Dr. Michael Lowenstein, M.D., the center's medical director, and Clare Waismann SUDCC/RAS, its founder, have continued to work tirelessly to provide patients the best possible experience, the safest form of opioid detoxification and the most successful results. The opioid detox journey begins in a private room of an accredited hospital, where a comprehensive medical evaluation and physical stabilization are performed. This meticulous pre-treatment protocol allows the medical team to identify each patient's unique health needs and the most suitable detox treatment plan. Dr. Lowenstein is quadruple board-certified and recognized as the USA's most experienced rapid detox physician. Rapid detox usually occurs on the second day in a private ICU room, under the care of Dr. Lowenstein and his team of medical professionals. The day after rapid detox, most patients are given a Vivitrol shot or Naltrexone to control cravings.
(310) 773-5385 View (310) 773-5385
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Quantum Behavioral Health Services
Treatment Center
Verified Verified
Charles Town, WV 25414
Are fear, anxiety, and uncertainty feeling all too familiar day after day? Are you ready to get help, but worried about what will change when you do? If you’ve ever worried about how long you’ll stay in a facility or whether you’ll lose your job when you seek treatment, you’re not alone. We work with you, your family, and your employer (if needed) to remove any roadblocks to your recovery and we create a treatment plan that’s tailored to your specific needs. So, you’ll always know what’s next. How would it feel to be independent? To walk through your day without needing to drink or use? To get your life back? To have healthier relationships? It’s possible. No matter where you are in your journey, there’s hope. There’s Quantum. We’ll help you discover the changes you need to make, the steps to take to avoid relapse, and the skills you’ll need to create the life you want. Because we’re a smaller facility, you’ll get to know the treatment team with whom you’re working, get your questions answered, and connect with staff who can celebrate your progress with you every step of the way.
Are fear, anxiety, and uncertainty feeling all too familiar day after day? Are you ready to get help, but worried about what will change when you do? If you’ve ever worried about how long you’ll stay in a facility or whether you’ll lose your job when you seek treatment, you’re not alone. We work with you, your family, and your employer (if needed) to remove any roadblocks to your recovery and we create a treatment plan that’s tailored to your specific needs. So, you’ll always know what’s next. How would it feel to be independent? To walk through your day without needing to drink or use? To get your life back? To have healthier relationships? It’s possible. No matter where you are in your journey, there’s hope. There’s Quantum. We’ll help you discover the changes you need to make, the steps to take to avoid relapse, and the skills you’ll need to create the life you want. Because we’re a smaller facility, you’ll get to know the treatment team with whom you’re working, get your questions answered, and connect with staff who can celebrate your progress with you every step of the way.
(732) 217-4734 View (732) 217-4734

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How much does rehab cost?

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Does insurance cover rehab?

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How do you get someone who refuses treatment into rehab?

It is important to convey compassion and understanding toward an individual dealing with an addiction problem. If a person refuses treatment at first, it’s important for their loved ones to continue to express their concerns in a kind and respectful manner, and to periodically encourage them to get help. It can take time for someone dealing with addiction to gain the motivation to make a change. In the meantime, it can be helpful for loved ones to set boundaries with the individual and educate themselves on the many treatment options that exist in order to have more informed conversations regarding recovery.