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Information about Sober Living in West Virginia

If you are looking to find sober living homes in West Virginia, there are a few things that you should know before jumping into the process. One of the first things that you should do is check with your local government to see if there are any legal requirements that you need to meet in order to stay at a sober home. A few examples of this would be anything that required you to take a drug test or to take some sort of psychological test. If you are not sure about these things, just ask your local authorities and they should be able to tell you what they require of you. When you have completed everything that you need to, you can start the process of applying for an outside program in which you will be allowed to live the rest of your life without facing a life sentence. You will probably have to start by filling out a lot of paperwork and possibly having to go through some drug tests. You may even have to get a court ordered detoxification in which you have to drink as much water as possible and then be on a liquid diet for three days. This can prove to be a great challenge for someone who has no prior experience of detoxification. Once you have successfully completed the detoxification process, you will then have to undergo a counseling session. Counseling sessions are mandatory so if you do not like this part, or if you are not comfortable with it, you should look for other options. Once you have completed all of the steps that are needed to free yourself from your life sentence of addiction, you will have to complete all of the necessary drug tests that are required. These can prove to be very difficult if you are not very good at passing them. If you have a strong sense of faith, then you should be able to pass them easily. Once you have passed all of the drug tests, you will have to be put on a detox program. You can choose to be put on a residential program, or a residential outpatient program. If you want to put yourself in a hospital treatment center, that option is also available. Once you have completed the drug rehab program and detoxification process, you will then be allowed to return home.