Intake assessments are given for all individuals who present or are referred for residential recovery services to determine their treatment plan and if detox is necessary. As part of the residential recovery program, residents are required to attend weekly support meetings, church services, community service, house projects, and other supported activities. All events are supervised by staff. Staff provide residents with goal-oriented and individualized supports focusing on improved self-sufficiency through assessment, planning, linkage, advocacy, coordination, and monitoring activities. Successful services coordination results in community opportunities and increased independence for residents.
RGSWV partners with the Southwestern Regional Day Report Center, which provides Intensive Outpatient services for individuals on the Treatment Supervision track. The length of stay for residents ranges anywhere from 6 to 18 months, depending on the program track, the individual, the court system and/or DHHR (CPS), and the Director. RGSWV works with the court system to provide alternative sentencing as part of the Jurisdictional Reinvestment Initiative.
For individuals who have cases with Child Protective Services and/or whose children have been taken into temporary custody, RGSWV will work with DHHR to support reunification to restore the family unit. In addition to individuals involved with the court system and other agencies, RGSWV serves many individuals who are self-admitted to the program.
Residential Fees (not required for Treatment Supervision participants) include the following:
- $100 application/intake fee (up front)
- $300 monthly program fee due on the 1st of each month (first month up front)
- $150 monthly food contribution via cash or EBT card.
Treatment Supervision is provided with the help of a grant through the West Virginia Division of Administrative Services, Justice and Community Services Section (JCS).
RGSWV works to remove barriers to success in recovery whenever possible. All residents have access to training in job readiness, financial stability and literacy, and health and wellness; assistance enrolling in GED/TASC programs, college courses, or training and certification programs; assistance obtaining identification credentials; assistance with general healthcare; assistance obtaining gainful employment; help accessing disability benefits and other benefits; assistance obtaining driver’s licenses, independent transportation, and independent housing; family reunification support; and transportation.
If you would like to apply to become a resident, you can: