Alcoholics Anonymous

Address: The Serenity Club 766-9091, 1225 Ohio Avenue, Dunbar WV 25064

Phone: 304-342-4315

Services: Assist with the rehabilitation of the alcoholic who personally requests help, desires to stop drinking through member counseling, open and closed meetings and literature. AA members are available to talk to groups. See also: AL-ANON and AL-ATEEN groups for family members, women, teens and preteens.

Alzheimer’s Support – Hidden Valley Center

Address: 422 23rd Street, Oak Hill, WV 25901

Phone: 304-465-1903

Services: We understand that when you are faced with a loved one exhibiting symptoms of Alzheimer’s or a related dementia, it can be a confusing and troubling time in your life.  We will help you to understand the disease and gain knowledge about the best methods of care for your loved one.  

People afflicted with cognitive impairments require additional care to keep their emotional and physical functioning strong and healthy.  Our specialized professionals connect to deliver consistent, stable care while creating an environment of vitality, warmth and understanding.  

Each member of our dedicated care team has specialized education and training in the care of individuals with dementia.  Our consistent staffing model promotes relationships between staff and residents which provides consistency that is so important to persons with dementia. 

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Consumer Credit Counseling

Address: 109 East Main Street, Beckley, WV 25801

Phone: 304-255-2499

FMRS

Address: 209 West Maple Avenue, Fayetteville WV 25840

Phone: 304-574-2100

Services:

  • Group Therapy – Being able to talk with others who are experiencing similar issues can be invaluable.   Group therapy participants can share your successes and learn from each other’s challenges. Having  a professional guide the group adds structure and insight. We offer several counselor-led groups: Depression, Panic/Anxiety, Mood Disorders, General Mental Health, Co-Occurring Disorders
  • Individual Therapy

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Side by Side Support Group

Address: Bowers Hospice House, 454 Cranberry Drive, Beckley WV 25801

Phone: Andrea Washington 304-256-7139 or Hope Siler 304-618-5044

When: The last Tuesday of each month from 6-8pm

Email: awashington@fmrs.org or hope.siler@prestera.org

Services: The adult suicide survivor support group is deigned to help individuals who have lost a loved one to suicide. The purpose of this group is to connect with others, experience understanding, and healing. The courage to move forward may begin by meeting others with similar experiences and processing grief in an open, non-judgmental environment.

Warm Hands from Warm Hearts

Address: 319 Main Street East, Oak Hill, WV 25901

Phone: 304-222-0629

Services:The Center of Hope sponsors a faith based addiction support group that meets on Thursdays at 7 PM.  There is no cost or registration required – come just as you are.

We believe our Creator intended for us to be free from bondage, and there is no captor more cruel than addiction, whose bands imprison us on the inside through our own desires.  Know that there is a way to be set free from addiction.  God’s word tells us “No temptation has overtaken you but such as is common to man; and God is faithful, who will not allow you to be tempted beyond what you are able, but with the temptation will provide the way of escape also, so that you will be able to endure it” (I Cor. 10:13 NASB).  You are not alone!  God has provided a way of escape and we can help at the Center of Hope at 319 Main Street East in Oak Hill, WV.  Let us journey with you out of the bondage of addiction.

Email: warmhandswarmhearts.wv@gmail.com

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Women’s Resource Center

Address: PO Box 1476, Beckley, WV 25802

Phone: 304-255-2559 or Toll Free 1-888-825-7836

Fax: 304-255-1585

Email: help@wrcwv.org

Services: Women’s Resource Center operates a 36-bed shelter (largest in the state) that has been housing victims of domestic and sexual violence since 1983. They offer temporary emergency shelter, crisis intervention, individual therapeutic counseling, legal, personal, medical and systems advocacy, individual case management, 24-hour crisis hotline, information and referral, service planning and safety planning, support groups and programs to assist child witness and survivors of domestic and sexual violence. 

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