For over 10 years, Williamson Comprehensive Treatment Center has provided outpatient Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT) for opioid addicts. It currently offers treatment plans using methadone, Subutex, Suboxone and Vivitrol. Williamson CTC also requires clients to attend group and individual therapy while in treatment.
Williamson is a small town in Southwestern West Virginia, on the Tug Fork River near the Kentucky border. The facility is located a short distance from the Tug Valley ARH Regional Medical Center and is a member of the Acadia treatment network, an international network of mental and behavioral health facilities with a number of outpatient and residential programs throughout the United States and United Kingdom.
Treatment and Staff
After clients are assessed, they and the treatment team determine which course of MAT they’re best-suited for: methadone, Subutex or Suboxone. Vivitrol may be administered by court order or if a client has been unsuccessful in other courses of MAT. During their first 90 days of treatment, clients must attend group therapy at least twice a month and individual therapy weekly. After 90 days of successful treatment, clients may reduce therapy frequency and begin applying for take-home doses of their medication.
Therapy uses Motivational Interviewing (MI) and CBT. Groups address anxiety, relationships, relapse prevention and health and wellness. There is also a dedicated group for pregnant clients. Clients are encouraged to bring family or other members of their support network to relapse prevention groups, so that loved ones may learn how to best support the client in their recovery.
Williamson CTC’s treatment team is made up of physicians, nurses and Master’s-level therapists including LCSWs. Counselors address co-occurring disorders in individual and group sessions but refer clients in need of comprehensive dual diagnosis support to nearby mental health clinics. Williamson CTC encourages clients to attend peer support meetings such as NA and posts local meeting schedules and locations in the clinic for easy reference.
Willamson CTC hopes that all clients will eventually not need MAT, and it works with them to create a treatment plan that culminates in tapering. However, clients are not pressured to taper on any set timeline.
Williamson Comprehensive Treatment Center offers residents of Southwestern West Virginia support for opiate addiction by providing a combination of MAT and therapeutic services. With a specialized group for pregnant women, accessible peer support meeting schedules and an extended invitation to family members and loved ones to relapse prevention groups, Williamson CTC gives clients the opportunity to heal their families and support systems as they leave their addictions behind.
Williamson Comprehensive Treatment Center
1609 West 3rd Ave
Williamson, WV 25661
Williamson Comprehensive Treatment Center Outpatient Cost: Accepts insurance. Self-pay for methadone is $450-$720 (30 days). Reach Williamson Valley Comprehensive Treatment Center by phone at (304) 235-0026.
Do you have a complaint or review of Williamson Comprehensive Treatment Center to add? Use the comments area below to add to your Williamson Comprehensive Treatment Center review.