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CampusSite NameField of StudySite AddressSite CitySite StateSite Zip CodeDescription
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Ashland, KYACT TEAMCounseling625 8th street HUNTINGTON WV25701This site does Individual therapy, Group Therapy,Crisis Intervention,Grief Counseling,Substance Abuse Treatmentand Wellness Prevention or educational Svs.
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Ashland, KYCo-Occurring Intensive Outpatient- PresteraCounseling1853 8th Ave. Huntington WV25701Co-occurring IS Program Description

Facility Name: Prestera Center for Mental Health Services, Inc.

Project Name: Co-occurring Intensive Service (IS)

Address: 1853 8th Ave., Huntington, WV 25705
Cabell County

Days/Hours of Operation
Monday through Friday 11 AM – 7:00 PM

Program Description

Prestera's Intensive Outpatient program in Huntington provides services to clients with co-occurring disorders in a structured, supportive environment that helps each person make positive changes with little disruption to his or her family, work or social life. Intensive individual and group therapy that is offered to help stabilize the individual. Intensive outpatient programs teach individuals how to monitor and manage their psychiatric condition in order to avoid hospitalization. All funding sources will be accepted into the program including: WV Medicaid, insurance, Medicare, and any other funding provider.
Target Population

Consumers 18 years of age or older, have a mental health diagnosis and substance abuse diagnosis based on DSM-IV criteria and meet the ASAM criteria for intensive outpatient dual diagnosis capable program.
Admission Criteria
•Age 18 and above
•The consumer assessed has met the DSM-IV diagnostic criteria for a substance-related disorder and a mental health disorder and ASAM criteria for intensive outpatient services
•The consumer has no symptoms of withdrawal or the symptoms can be safely managed in this level of care
•Biomedical conditions, if any, are stable or are being addressed and will not interfere with treatment
•The consumer’s willingness to participate in treatment and his level of awareness and readiness to change suggest treatment at the level will be effective.
•The consumer requires structured therapy to promote treatment progress and recovery because interventions at another level of care have not been effective OR
•The consumer is not likely to succeed at a lower level of care due to the consumer’s perspective inhibits his ability to make behavioral changes without repeated, structured, clinically directed interventions
Must meet at least one of the following:
•Continued exposure to the consumer’s current environment makes recovery unlikely
•The consumer lacks the resources or skills necessary to maintain an adequate level of functioning without this level of care
•Individuals engage in abuse of family members or significant others and require intensive outpatient treatment to reduce the risk of further deterioration or the individual has a diagnosed emotional, behavioral, or cognitive disorder that requires intensive outpatient monitoring to minimize distractions from his/her treatment or recovery
Continuing Stay Criteria (Must meet at least one)
•The consumer is making progress but has not yet achieved treatment goals
•Continued treatment at this level of care is assessed as necessary to permit the consumer to continue to work toward his treatment goals
•New problems have been identified that are appropriated treated at this level of care
•This level is the least intensive at which a consumer’s new problems can be addressed effectively
Discharge Criteria
•The consumer has achieved the goals on the individual service plan resolving problems that justified admission to this level of care
•The consumer has been unable to resolve problems despite amendments to the individual service plan
•The consumer has experienced an intensification of his problems or has developed a new problem and can be treated effectively only at a more intensive level of care
•Consumer exhibits symptoms and functional impairment that cannot be treated safely and effectively in IS and necessitates more restrictive care, such as hospitalization or the Crisis Residential Unit
•Consumer refuses further services and/or refuses to follow program rules
Length of Stay
The targeted length of stay is 8-12 weeks. The program requires a minimum of nine hours per week of structured medically/clinically necessary treatment services depending on the consumer’s individual continuing needs.

Services
Group Therapy 2 – 1.5 hour groups per day M-F
Individual Therapy 1 hour weekly
Supportive Intervention Group 2 – 1.5 hour supportive groups per week
Individual supportive intervention One hour weekly
Psychiatric evaluation On admission
Medication Reviews Twice per month
Targeted Case management 2 hours per week


Anticipated Clinical Outcomes
1. Decrease in use of substances of abuse
2. A reduction in mental health symptomatology.
3. Accessing or improved stability in housing
4. Retention in outpatient treatment
5. Reduction of psychiatric inpatient admissions

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Ashland, KYCornerstone Family Interventions (CFI)Psychology331 State Street Room 403MadisonWV25130
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Ashland, KYCRC Williamson Treatment CenterSocial Work1609 W 3rd Ave Williamson, WV WilliamsonWV25661Provide assistance to the public for substance abuse treatment
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Ashland, KYDHHRSocial Work203 E. 3rd AvenueWilliamsonWV25661DHHR provides services to the general public to enable them to meet their needs. It provides emergency assistance, social services, youth services, child support services, etc.
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Ashland, KYDingess ElementaryCounselingSchool House roadDingessWV25671
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Ashland, KYHovah Hall Underwood Children's HomeSocial WorkGrant Garden RoadOnaWV25545Emergency shelter for children ages 10-18. Residents can stay in the facility from 72 hours to 3 montUndergraduate depending on placement needs. I provide case management services, crisis intervention, individual counseling and group counseling.
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Ashland, KYHuntington Treatment CenterSocial Work135 4th AvenueHuntingtonWV25701Huntington Treatment Center is a substance abuse treatment facility. At this center, patients suffering from addiction enter a treatment program that utilizes methadone and suboxone in order to aid patients into recovery. Medication allows patients to transtion themselves back into society and back into their normal state of living.
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Ashland, KYLoughridge Counseling Services, LLCCounseling701 Main StreetBarboursvilleWV25504This is a private practice for individual counseling.
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Ashland, KYNeccoCounseling2 Bonnie BlvdHuntingtonWV25705Necco Foster Care Agency
Great oppertunity to work with children
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Ashland, KYNeccoOther112 Dingess StreetLoganWV25635
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Ashland, KYNeccoCounseling2 Bonnie BoulavardHuntingtonWV25705Foster care agency that provides children and adolescents case management and therapy.
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Ashland, KYRescareOther3135 16th st rd suite 21 HuntingtonWV25701residential care for the mental challenged
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Ashland, KYRiver Park HospitalCounseling1230 - 6th Ave. HuntingtonWV25701River Park Hospital is a behavioral health care facility.
It has four residential treatment programs:
Adolescent Co-occurring Disorders
Adolescent Sex Offender Treatment Program, Barboursville School (mental hygiene of committed adolescents with serious emotional disturbance), and Child Abuse Reactive Program (for children who have been sexually, physically and/or emotionally abused and are experiencing psychological, emotional and/or behavioral difficulties)
They have three acute treatment programs: Adult, Child and Adolescent, and Gero-psychiatric.
Here is the web-site: http://riverparkhospital.net/
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Ashland, KYSt Mary's Medical CenterCounseling2900 First AveHuntingtonWV25702This is a hospital, specializing in Oncology, heart surgery, and general medical services.
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Ashland, KYSt Mary's Medical Center Counseling2900 1st Street Huntington WV25701Medical Counseling Internship
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Ashland, KYSt. Mary's Medical CenterCounseling2900 First Ave.HuntingtonWV25702Hospital
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Ashland, KYSt. Mary's Medical CenterCounseling2900 1st AvenueHuntingtonWV25702St. Mary's is a comphrensive medical center. The site allows a student to experience counseling in the following areas: Oncology Counseling (in-patient and out-patient), Employee Assistance Counseling (St. Mary's employees), Counseling in Cardiac Rehab, Counseling in Neuroscience, counseling through consultation of a physician for any patient in the medical center and community mental health counseling.
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Ashland, KYSt. Mary's Medical CenterCounseling2900 1st AvenueHuntingtonWV25702Provide counseling to patients in Oncology, Cardiac Rehab and Neuroscience. Community Counseling is also provided.
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Ashland, KYSt. Mary's Medical CenterCounseling2900 1st Ave.HuntingtonWV25702To provide counseling to patients in Cardiac Rehabilitation, Oncology, and Neuroscience units, as well as community counseling.
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Ashland, KYSt. Mary's Medical CenterCounseling2900 1st AvenueHuntingtonWV25702This site provides counseling to patients in Cardiac Rehab, Neuroscience, Oncology and Outpatient counseling.
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Ashland, KYSt. Mary's Medical CenterCounseling2900 1st AveHuntingtonWV25702To provide counseling services to patients and their families throughout the hospital.
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Ashland, KYSt. Mary's Medical CenterCounseling2815 5th AveHuntingtonWV25702Medically based Counseling Internship
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Ashland, KYStarlight Behavioral Health ServecisPsychology5317 cherry lawn Rd.HuntingtonWV25704Starlight Behavioral Health Services Provides mental health Care for clients with a wide array of disorders. Starlight provides direct care, medication managment, waiver care and active community treatment for there clients.
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Ashland, KYStarlight Behavioral Health ServecisPsychology5317 cherry lawn Rd.HuntingtonWV25704Starlight Behavioral Health Services Provides mental health Care for clients with a wide array of disorders. Starlight provides direct care, medication managment, waiver care and active community treatment for there clients.
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Ashland, KYStarlight Mental Health ServicesPsychology5317 cherry lawn rd. HuntingtonWV25701The general purpose of this site is to help provide behavioral health services to their clients. This includes helping clients acquire such things as medicate, Medicare, social security, medications, treatment plans, therapy, transportation, and doctor appointments ect.
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Ashland, KYThomas Memorial Other4605 MacCorkle Ave.CharlestonWV25309Working along with Mrs. Smith with case studies, dual diagnosing, filing and observing her coordinating techniques.
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Ashland, KYSouthern Highlands CMHCCounseling102 howard ave MullensWV25882
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Ashland, KYNeccoCounseling2 Bonnie BlvdHuntingtonWV25705
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Ashland, KYVa Medical Center VAMCOther1540 Spring Valley DriveHuntingtonWV25704Voluntary Services at the VAMC is geared towards helping the patient get well and return to a normal and productive life in the community. Volunteers of the health care system at the VAMC are considered WOC (without compensation) employees and assist in various areas of the medical center including information desk, chaplain services, social work, patient and community care services, and many others.
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Ashland, KYKVC behavioral HealthcareOther1831 Mud Fork Rd,VerdunvilleWV25649
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Ashland, KYPrestera Center for Mental Health ServicesCounseling3375 US RT 60 E HuntingtonWV25705Prestera Center provides mental health services in multiple counties in West Virginia. The company provides service in areas including (but not limited to): outpatient, inpatient, intensive outpatient, partial hospitalization, crisis service, residential services, addiction services and waver services.
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Ashland, KYRiver Park HospitalPsychology1230 6th Ave HuntingtonWV25701This is a psychiatric hospital which consists of pediatric units, adolescent units, adult units, and geriatric unit. There are both residential and acute units.
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Gallatin, TNSumner County Teen CenterOther976 grassland placegallatinWV37075Grant writing, hands on with children, marketing, putting together activities.
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Logan, WVBaileysville elementaryCounselingDrawer 409BrentonWV24818Baileysville Elementary School grades K-8
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Logan, WVBaileysville Elementary & Midddle SchoolCounselingP.O. Box 409BrentonWV24818The function of the site is to provide services to students within the school system of Wyoming County Board of Education. The purpose of the school counseling lab is to provide counseling services to students enrolled in grades k-8 at Baileysville Elementary & Middle School.
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Logan, WVBaileysville Grad SchoolCounselingPO Box 35BrentonWV24818
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Logan, WVBeth Haven Christian SchoolOtherOmar WVLoganWV25635I will be working with children who need special attention in areas of learning. I will be working closewith the teacher with those children who have emotional or mental needs.
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Logan, WVBureau of Children and FamliesPsychologyPo Box 970 Danville WV25053Child protective services
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Logan, WVCASASocial WorkPo Box 42HamlinWV25523Advocating for children placed in State's custody.
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Logan, WVchamanville Hs Counseling200 Vance StreetChamanvilleWV25508This is a high schoolk, that is going to allow me to obtain my practicum hours for Lindsey Wilson College.
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Logan, WVCornerstone Family Interventions, Inc.Counseling331 State St.MadisonWV25130CFI provides psychological and social services to individuals, children, and families.
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Logan, WVCrum Middle SchoolCounselingP.o. Box 9, 150 School Street CrumWV25669This is Crum Middle School and its basic function is to educate our children.
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Logan, WVCrum Middle SchoolCounselingP.O. Box 9, 150 School Street CrumWV25669This is Crum Middle School and its basic function is to educate our children.
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Logan, WVDepartment of Health and Human ResourcesCounseling203 E Third Ave.WilliamsonWV25661Department of Health and Human Resources. Administers programs that benefit the citizens of West Virginia.
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Logan, WVDepartment of Health and Human ResourcesSocial Work203 E 3rd Ave WilliamsonWV25661You will get a good job experience and you get to go out in the field and see what the Department of Health of Human Resources do for our community.
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Logan, WVDepartment of Health and Human ServicesCounseling195 Dingess StreetLoganWV25601Provides human services to children and adults on assisted living.
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Logan, WVDepartment of Health and Human ServicesOther195 Dingess StreetLoganWV25671The purpose of this site is to provide services to individuals seeking homeless assistance, receiving intakes and referrals, and trying to promote a healthy environment for people with needs.
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Logan, WVDepartment of Health and Human ServicesOther195 Dingess StreetLoganWV25601The purpose of this site is to assist individuals with the proper services they need such as security deposits for new homes, placement homes, and to make sure homes are fit for proper living. Our main goal is to make sure we help individuals with these needs, so they have a place to stay and the proper services they need to fullfill their needs.
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Logan, WVDHHRSocial Work195 Dingess St.LoganWV25601I work with APS and CPS, and sometimes the youth services. They protect the children and elderly people who need protected.
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Logan, WVDHHRSocial Work203 E. 3rd AvenueWilliamsonWV25661Provides services that can meet the needs of our clients. We house Social Services, Child Support, Works, and Income Maintenance.
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Logan, WVDHHR Logan CPSSocial Work195 Dingess STLoganWV25601Child Protective Services at DHHR in Logan. Specialized Child Welfare Service. Services provided for children who are Neglected or abused by their parents, guardians, custodians.
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Logan, WVDignity HospiceCounseling557 Main streetchapmanvilleWV25508This facility provides care to the terminally ill clients and their families for a year following the death.
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Logan, WVDignity HospiceSocial Work557 Main StreetChapmanvilleWV25508Dignity Hospice serves terminally ill and homebound patients of southern West Virginia
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Logan, WVDignity HospiceSocial WorkMain StreetChapmanvilleWV25508I followed with Maria in taking care of patients needs in the final stages of their life. I did some home visits, some paperwork, alot of filing faxing and copying of doctors notes and nurse visit notes. I called patients to ask if there were any needs that we could help with. I think this was a very good experience.
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Logan, WVDignity HospiceSocial WorkMain StreetChapmanvilleWV25508This site deals directly with people who have been diagnosed with illness or disease and have 6 months or less to live. This facility also deals in home health care as well
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Logan, WVDignity HospiceCounseling557 Main Street ChapmanvilleWV25508An agency to assist patients in their actively dying process.
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Logan, WVDignity HospiceSocial Work557 Main St.ChapmanvilleWV25508Dignity Hospice provides quality end of life care.
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Logan, WVDignity HospiceSocial Work557 Main StreetChapmanvilleWV25508This site is Dignity Hospice at the site you work with the social worker and get one on one experience with patients and other things.
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Logan, WVDignity Hospice Social WorkP.O. Box 4304 ChapmanvilleWV25508This site provides not only home health care, but Hospice care, to patients who have 6 months or less to live. They provide treatment plans, supplies, nursing care, household help (such as light housekeeping, cooking, etc), and spirtual guideance if needed.
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Logan, WVDignity Hospice and Home HealthSocial WorkP.O. Box 4304ChapmanvilleWV25508-9534This site is where students can gain long term experience in social work and bereavement therapy with an outstanding nation-wide agency. They will learn about procedures with patients such as living wills, MPOA's, DNR's, Physician Orders for Scope of Treatment (POST) forms, and palliative care. Also this agency is slowing learning and transforming over to the new Affortable Health Care Act and the new DSM 5 with their patients. Students will engage in meetings about patients with the physicians and nurses with updates on their care protected by HIPPA. This agency maintains public relations in all departments by attending resoursable meetings such as FRN, behavioral conferences and webinars to give their patients the best of care.
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Logan, WVDignity Hospice and Home HealthSocial WorkP.O. Box 4304 ChapmanvilleWV25508
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Logan, WVDignity Hospice and Home HealthCounselingPO Box 4304ChapmanvilleWV25508This site assist patients who are actively dying. The Social Work department takes care of any social support need and assist with bereavement therapy and counseling. Maria is an amazing supervisor and is very flexible with scheduling. This site is a very professional atmosphere. You will engage in office work in and among RN's, Chief of Nursing, Chief of Operations, and The Chief Executive Officer. It would be ideal to dress and act at you most professional demeanor as possible. You are also required to pass background check and an on site drug test. Dignity Hospice will also let students complete Practicum I, II, and III. You are not required to keep completing the entrance procedures as well.
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Logan, WVDonald R. Kuhn CenterOtherOne Lory Place Julian JulianWV25529This site a dentention and Dx center for juveniles.
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Logan, WVDonald R. Kuhn CenterSocial WorkOne Lory PlaceJulianWV25529This site is a juvenile correctional facility. This facility houses juveniles from the ages of 10 to 21 years of age. The facility holds both detention residents and runs a statewide diagnostic program. I work as a correctional counselor II at the juvenile center. While there, I conduct groups and individual sessions. I am available/on call in emergencies and I am expected to deescalate any crisis that emerges. I complete intakes, assessments such as the BDI, MAYSI, and YLS/LSI, write reports for the packet, deal with legal professionals, and interpret court orders. I work with the psychologist and other treatment staff to agree on a level of placement for the resident's recommendation. I document the resident's behavior by observing them on the unit and interacting with them both individually and in-group settings.
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Logan, WVDonald R. Kuhn Juvenile CenterPsychologyOne Lory PlaceJulianWV25529This site is a juvenile detention and Diagnostic Center. The facility holds juveniles from the ages of 10 to 21. The diagnostic program conducts a 60 day evaluation, and then makes a recommendation of what level of care the juvenile needs. The facility also holds juveniles in detention for the surrounding counties (Lincoln, Logan, Boone, and Mingo).
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Logan, WVFurute's Treatment CenterCounseling118 Stratton St.LoganWV25601Its a Drug Rehab
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Logan, WVFurute's Treatment CenterCounseling118 Stratton St.LoganWV25601Its a Drug Rehab
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Logan, WVFuture's RehabCounseling118 Stratton StLoganWV25601Inpatient Drug rehab. Future's is a 9 bed, 90 day, male facility with the purpose of helping drug addicts start a new life.
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Logan, WVFUTURESCounseling115 Stratton St.LoganWV25601
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Logan, WVFutures Recovery Treatment CenterPsychology118 Stratton StreetLoganWV25601Future is a 90 day resident program for recovering addicts. It is an all male facility that provides group counseling, one on one counseling and education opportunities.
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Logan, WVGilbert ElementaryCounselingBox 942GilbertWV25608Gilbert Elementary Grade School
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Logan, WVGilbert Elementary ....Energy ExpressCounselingBox 984GilbertWV25621Gilbert Elementary Grade schhol, Gilbert , WV
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Logan, WVGilbert Grade SchoolOtherpo box 1900gilbertWV25621To educate children and help their development.
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Logan, WVGlen Fork Elementary and Middle SchoolCounselingPO Box 450 Glen Fork WV25845k-8 Elementary and Middle School
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Logan, WVHarless Childrens ShelterSocial Work1 Clubhouse RdHoldenWV25625Children's shelter
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Logan, WVHarless ShelterCounseling#1 Clubhouse Dr.HoldenWV25625Care for youths in crisis.
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Logan, WVJune Harless Childrens ShelterSocial WorkPo box N HoldenWV25625Working with Children who are sent to the shelter for emergency reasons.
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Logan, WVJune Montgomery Harless ShelterSocial Work#1 Clubhouse Dr. holdenWV25625
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Logan, WVKermit K-8CounselingRt 1 Box 720KermitWV25674To learn school counseling related skills while observing specific counselor job duties such as but not limited to: school support, transfer and enrolling students, individual and group counseling (classroom character, education, developmental guidance, testing practices, policies and procedures.)
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Logan, WVKVC Behavioral HealthcareSocial Work1831 Mudfork RoadVerdunvilleWV25649I will be providing counseling and therapy to client in two counties under the supervision of Mike Lucas.
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Logan, WVKVC Behavioral HealthcareCounseling1831 Mudfork Rd. VerdunvilleWV25649The purpose of the site is to work with children and adults on behavorial health as well as working with foster care under the supervision of Master's level Therapy supervisor, Dana Sloan.
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Logan, WVKVC Behavioral HealthcareSocial Work1831 mudfork rdVerdunvilleWV25649I will be providing counseling and therapy under the supervision of Michael Lucas.
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Logan, WVKVC Behavioral HealthcareSocial Work1831 Mudfork Rd. VerdunvilleWV25649KVC Behavioral Healthcare is a private foster care agency that can be contracted out.
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Logan, WVKVC Behavioral HealthcareCounseling1831 Mudfork Rd.VerdunvilleWV25649KVC Health Systems, Inc. is a nonprofit corporation providing medical and behavioral healthcare, social services and education to children and families. Each day KVC touches the lives of more than 40,000 children and families. At KVC, employees are committed to utilizing family-centered, culturally informed and evidence-based practices to heal children and their families.
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Logan, WVKVC Behavioral HealthcareSocial Work1831 Mudfork RdVerdunvulleWV25501
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Logan, WVKVC Behavioral HealthcareCounseling1831 mudfork rdVerdunvilleWV25701to care for the welfare of foster children in the state of wv custody.
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Logan, WVKVC Behavioral HealthcareCounseling1831 Mudfork Rd.VerdunvilleWV25649To provide clinical and theraputic services to individuals involved with foster care.
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Logan, WVLaw Office of Pamela A. LambertOtherP.O. Drawer 926GilbertWV25621This site is an attorney's office. We handle personal injury cases and estate matters, and we are dealing with upset and distraught clients daily. We handle catastrophic accidents and often deal with the family members of someone killed in an accident. We also deal with people who are depressed about the fact that they cannot return to gainful employment. Finally, we handle adoption matters and limited abuse and neglect cases.
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Logan, WVLenore K-8Counseling1 Ranger DriveLenoreWV25676
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Logan, WVLenore K-8Social Work1 Ranger DriveWilliamsonWV25676
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Logan, WVLenore K-8Counseling1 Ranger DriveLenoreWV25676Observed Ms. Vance, School Counselor
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Logan, WVLenore K-8 SchoolCounseling1 Ranger DriveWilliamsonWV25661Grade School / Middle School
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Logan, WVLindsey Willson CollegeCounseling2900 Dempsey Branch RdMt. GayWV25637Site coordinator for the Logan campus
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Logan, WVLindsey Wilson College - School of Professional CounselingCounseling2900 Dempsey Branch RoadMt. GayWV25637
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Logan, WVLogan County Dept. of Health and Human ResourcesCounseling195 Dingess St. LoganWV25601This branch of the HHS is oriented toward protecting the health of clients and providing essential human services
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Logan, WVLogan County Drug CourtCounseling420 Main Street LoganWV25601Drug courts concentrate the efforts of judges, prosecutors, defense counsel, substance-abuse treatment specialists, probation officers, law enforcement and correctional personnel, educational and vocational experts, community leaders, and others on individuals who are charged with illicit drug abuse. The criminal justice system works cooperatively with treatment systems and others to provide an offender with the necessary tools to get into recovery, stay in recovery, and lead a productive, crime-free life.

The drug court acts to help the offender change his or her life in order to stop criminal activity, rather than focusing only on punishment of the offender. Drug courts also help to provide consistent responses to drug offenses among the judiciary, and they can foster coordination between intervention agencies and resources, thus increasing the cost-effectiveness of drug-intervention programs. Successful completion of the drug court's treatment or intervention regimen usually results in the dismissal of drug charges, shortened or suspended sentences, or a combination of these. Participants acquire the wherewithal to rebuild their lives.
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Logan, WVLogan County Family Resource NetworkSocial Work420 Main StreetLoganWV25601This facility deals with various groups and programs, such as Pride, Headstart, WECAN, PIECES, Logan Mingo Mental Health, DHHR, and Southern WV Community and Technical College, to generate as much information in the community about on going activities and how to help in the community and what programs are available to those who need help.
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Logan, WVLogan County Family Resource NetworkSocial Work420 Main StreetLoganWV25601This organization has a hand in every help based organization in Logan County. The work side by side with DHHR, PIECES Coalition, PRIDE, and many others. They also work with the weatherization programs that come to the area during the summer.
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