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Information Concerning Personal Counseling, Treatment, Drug Awareness, & Rehabilitation

TREATMENT, RECOVERY AND REHABILITATION FACILITIES. Below is a partial listing of available treatment centers in the area.

Mercer County Fellowship Home
421 Scott Street
Bluefield, West Virginia
(304) 327-9876

Local AA
The Behavioral Medicine Center
Princeton Community Hospital
Princeton, West Virginia
(304) 487-7336

24 Hour Admission
Insurance Plans
Life Center of Galax
Galax, Virginia
(800) 345-6998

Free Assessment
Insurance Plans

COUNSELING AND TREATMENT FOR ALCOHOL AND DRUG ABUSE:

Southern Highlands Community
Mental Health Center
Princeton, West Virginia
(304) 425-9541
Welch, West Virginia
(304) 436-2106

Crisis Intervention Services
Fee based on ability to pay
Springhaven, Inc.
201 12th Street
Princeton, West Virginia
(304) 487-3602

Accepts most insurance
Laurel Ridge Psychiatric Associate
Hunter Park
Princeton, West Virginia
(304) 487-6121

Accepts most insurance PEIA
FRMS Mental Health
101 Eisenhower Drive
Beckley, West Virginia
(304) 256-7200

 
Dr. Barry Yates
(Greenbrier Campus)
100 Maple Wood Avenue
Fairlea, West Virginia
(304) 645-47777

Addiction and
Psychological Services

TELEPHONE RESOURCES:

Alcoholics Anonymous
Alateen
Chemical Dependency
  Care Unit
Narcotics Anonymous
24-Hour Drug Helpline
(800) 333-5051 in WV / (304) 327-9876 Local
(304) 325-6327
(800) 826-4584 in WV
(800) 468-1362 in VA
(800) 766-4442
(800) 821-4357

TOBACCO USAGE POLICY:
Because the use of cigarettes and tobacco have been determined to be a health hazzard, the use of all tobacco products is prohibited in all campus buildings and in all state vehicles. Smokers are requested to refrain from smoking in or near doors or exits, so that non-smokers are not subject to second-hand smoke.

ALCOHOL/DRUG POLICY
The legal age for the consumption of alcohol and spirits is 21 years in West Virginia. As a non-residential institution, Bluefield State's approach to policies and educational intervention regarding the use of alcohol and/or drugs is creative in its focus. The complete alcohol and drug policy is available in the offices of the Vicre President for Student Affairs, Student Life and Enrollment Services.