Substance Use

Prestera offers a comprehensive continuum of care designed to support individuals grappling with substance use disorders, including those with co-occurring substance use and mental health disorders. An individualized assessment process is undertaken to ascertain the optimal level of care, considering both the individual's preferences and specific needs. The available levels of care encompass withdrawal management, short-term residential, long-term residential, medication-assisted treatment, psychiatric services, outpatient programs, individual and group therapy, as well as case management and recovery coaching.

DUI Safety and Treatment Program

The West Virginia DUI Safety and Treatment Program operates in partnership with the West Virginia Division of Motor Vehicles, offering education, intervention, and treatment components. Participants must complete a minimum of eighteen hours of education over six...

LEAD (Law Enforcement Assisted Diversion)

Law Enforcement Assisted Diversion (LEAD) is a pre-booking initiative enabling law enforcement officers to offer low-level offenders rehabilitation instead of incarceration. LEAD aims to assist individuals struggling with substance use disorder by redirecting them...

Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT Program)

The Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) Program serves adults with opioid or opiate dependence, utilizing medications like buprenorphine with naloxone (generic for Suboxone®) or naltrexone (generic for Vivitrol®). Suboxone creates a ceiling effect on opiate euphoria,...

QRT (Quick Response Team)

The Quick Response Team (QRT) is an evidence-based intervention aimed at connecting individuals who have recently overdosed with treatment for substance use disorders. Within 24-72 hours of a non-fatal overdose, the QRT engages individuals to develop a...

SAMHSA Workforce Support

SAMHSA Workforce Support offers vocational assistance to consumers with substance abuse or co-occurring diagnoses. Each consumer receives a vocational assessment and is assigned a vocational case manager who assists with steps for gaining employment or connects them...

State Opioid Response (SOR)

The State Opioid Response Grant (SOR) funding aims to enhance the accessibility of Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) and evidence-based services for identifying and engaging individuals in treatment. It also offers support to aid in retaining individuals in...

SRO – Single Room Occupancy Apartments

Prestera's Pinecrest addiction treatment campus, located at 4020 US Route 60  in Huntington, WV (25705), is open for housing applications from single adults who are not currently using drugs or alcohol. The campus offers permanent, safe, decent, and affordable...

TRUST- Treatment for Individuals Who Use Stimulants

The TRUST Program employs evidence-based behavioral treatments for individuals with psychoactive stimulant use disorders. This 12-week program emphasizes developing strategies to achieve lasting sobriety from stimulants through individual and group therapy, supportive...

Crisis Stabilization Unit (CSU) for Detox

The Crisis Stabilization Unit (CSU) is a CARF-accredited crisis unit catering to adults aged 18 years and older facing psychiatric crises necessitating short-term stabilization or requiring detoxification from opioids, alcohol, or benzodiazepines. The CSU offers daily...

Short-Term 3.5 Residential Addiction Treatment

Pinecrest and Riverside are CARF-accredited short-term residential substance use disorder programs, each lasting 28 days. Pinecrest accommodates both men and women aged 18 and older, while Riverside exclusively serves men of the same age range. Consumers must possess...

Men’s Transitional Living & Residential Treatment

Laurelwood West, Laurelwood East, and the Mason County Recovery Home are all CARF-accredited programs offering transitional living for individuals recently completing substance use treatment. These facilities support men aged 18 and older in continuing their recovery...

Women’s Transitional Living & Residential Treatment

Renaissance and Mattie V. Lee are CARF-accredited programs offering transitional living and residential addiction treatment for women and women with children. Services provided encompass parenting support, family therapy, individual and group counseling, children’s...