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Lotus Recovery Center of Comfort
We offer comprehensive, dual-diagnosis care with various levels of care to meet clients where they are at. Lotus emphasizes 12-Step recovery for its clients. For our veterans, we offer a specialized track that is Psycharmor certified to help veterans heal from past trauma and find appropriate housing, employment, and more.
You’ve already taken the first step to get help with addiction or mental health issues. Lotus is here to help you or a loved one recover.
We Accept Most Insurance Plans
Lotus Recovery Centers is proud to be in-network with a number of insurance carriers including Highmark Blue Cross of WV, all Medicaid plans in the state, VACCN and more. We also accept out of network insurance where we are not contracted. Our admissions department is happy to provide a confidential benefit verification so you can have a clear picture of what your costs will be.
Multiple Levels of Care
Lotus Recovery strives to support our clients during every phase of their recovery. We provide medically managed ASAM 3.7 detoxification services for clients that need detox upon admission. This is followed by residential care with the option to extend beyond 30 days. We also prioritize case management including referrals to aftercare, specialists, sober living and other community resources.
We offer support during withdrawal in the form of counseling and medication.
For those struggling with both mental health issues and addiction, we offer integrated treatment.
Certain medications can ease withdrawal symptoms and curb cravings.
We’ll help you rebuild your life and begin the road to recovery in our extended program.
Residential treatment allows you to focus on your recovery away from the stresses of everyday life.
Lotus Recovery has a unique program tailored to veterans and the challenges they face in recovery. In addition to substance use, we also treat co-occurring disorders common in veterans such as PTSD, depression, anxiety, and bipolar disorder. Veterans on VA benefits can receive treatment.