HOPE Program

HOPE is now available to help new or expectant mothers with substance use issues and their recovery efforts, including mothers who have lost custody of their children because of substance use disorder. Participants will be assessed and monitored by a team of treatment and recovery specialists. The team includes a board-certified psychiatrist, family nurse practitioners, a RN case manager, social workers, psychologists and peer recovery support specialists. 

The recovery team will work individually with each participant to meet challenges to receiving care, including transportation, child care and other identified barriers to success within the daily recovery plan.  Participants will be offered classes such as financial planning; how to prepare for a job interview; and how to cope with the stress of parenthood as well as other classes to set them up for success. An on-site child care area will be provided at the clinic and will be staffed by screened and trained volunteers to make accessing care easier. The end goal of the HOPE Program is to help alleviate the foster care crisis in WV by helping mothers maintain their sobriety. 

For more information or to schedule an appointment for this program call 304-414-5930.



Volunteer for the HOPE Program

Volunteers are needed to assist with child care during on-site patient visits. Volunteers will be setting with infants and small children as the parents are involved in active recovery efforts while in the clinic. Volunteers must be current with all immunizations including MMR, T-dap, Varicella, and Influenza. Volunteers are subject to and must be able to pass a criminal background investigation.     

If you are interested in volunteering, please complete both the volunteer application and background screening form. Completed forms should be returned to shall@wvhealthright.org.