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West Virginia Department of Health & Human Resources:Bureau for Behavioral Health and Health Facilities (BBHHF):Division on Alcoholism and Drug Abuse

(304) 356-4811

Provides acess to information about prevention, treatment, rehabilitation,and educational research for substance abuse related services.

Wisconsin Department of Health Services


Services range from education to treatment and include intervention, outpatient care, day treatment, detoxification, inpatient care, residential and recovery programs.

Meta House


A residential treatment facility designed specifically for women with substance use disorders. Services include counseling, therapy, education, relapse prevention, process and goal setting, meditation, and urine screens.

Wyoming Department of Health: Behavioral Health Division: Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services Section

Provides information regarding women's substance abuse treatment in Wyoming

Central Wyoming Counseling Center


Residential and Outpatient Substance Abuse services are available to any Wyoming resident affected by substance abuse.

Women’s Recovery Center

(216) 651-1450

Provides comprehensive addiction treatment, prevention and education programs that are client-centered, family-based and recovery-focused.

New Hampshire Department of Health and Human ServicesResiliency and Recovery Oriented Systems of Care (RROSC)

(603) 271-6738

Networks of organizations, agencies, and community members that coordinate a wide spectrum of services to prevent, intervene in, and treat substance use problems and disorders. RROSCs support person-centered and self-directed approaches to care that build on the strengths and resilience of individuals, families, and communities to take responsibility for their sustained health, wellness, and recovery from alcohol and drug problems.

New Hampshire Alcohol and Drug Treatment Locator

This directory shares contact information for NH providers available to treat substance use disorders

State of New Jersey Department of Human Services: Division of Mental Health and Addiction Services


Provides a listing of hotlines, helplines and treatment directories for substance abuse and mental health information.

YWCA Women’s Journey

Offers a complete continuum of gender-specific, CARF accredited, and State licensed residential and nonresidential chemical dependency treatment services for women.

Haymarket Center

Goes beyond treatment of addiction – from detoxification, to recovery, to finding a home, learning a job skill and gaining employment.

Park Center

Provides care to individuals who abuse or are addicted to alcohol, prescription drugs, or other drugs. Also served are those who may have coexisting psychiatric condition. A multidisciplinary team provides full diagnostic evaluations and uses well-established psychiatric and medical treatment methods.

La Verna Lodge

Offers a peaceful and private setting for women as they begin the healing process and embrace a new life in recovery.

Wheeler Mission Ministries: Higher Ground Addiction Recovery Program for Women

A long-term residential treatment program for women dealing with alcoholism and/or chemical addiction.

Home with Hope

Provides structured living and transitional services for alcoholics/addicts who willing to work the Twelve Step, self-help program of recovery.

The Way Back Inn

Serves adult men and women who are suffering from alcohol, drug, and gambling dependence

Gateway Foundation

Women's treatment programs including: Educational groups; Individual counseling; Family counseling and education; Recreational activities and team building; 12-Step education; Recovery planning for relapse prevention

Timberline Knolls

A holistic residential treatment center for addiction, emphasizes spiritual renewal and restoring a woman’s authentic self.

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