Parkersburg Comprehensive Treatment Center

Parkersburg Comprehensive Treatment Center


Located in Parkersburg, W.V., Parkersburg Comprehensive Treatment Center (PCTC) is an outpatient clinic providing medication-assisted therapy (MAT) to adults struggling with opioid addiction. The clinic also offers integrated care, including education and counseling. PCTC is part of a West Virginia network of medication-assisted clinics operated within the CRC Health national network. CRC Health also operates treatment clinics in the communities of Beckley and Williamson.


To enroll in MAT at Parkersburg Comprehensive Treatment Center, clients must have been opioid-dependent for at least one year and in withdrawal within the last 24 hours. However, exceptions are made for individuals who have transfered from another detox or treatment facility. During the intake process, which may last up to four hours, clinicians conduct physical and psychosocial screenings to develop a personalized treatment plan.

Parkersburg Comprehensive Treatment Center utilizes a range of evidence-based medications, including Suboxone, Subutex, Vivitrol, and methadone. The medications are proven-effective in alleviating the discomfort of withdrawal and help curb opioid cravings. The type of medication and prescribed dosage is determined by the individual’s needs and health. As the client progressing into MAT, physicians continually monitor and manage the dosage.

While MAT helps to alleviate the physical issues associated with opioid dependency, Parkersburg Comprehensive Treatment Center also provides integrated programming to address the emotional, social and psychological contributors to addictive behavior. Clients are encouraged to participate in group and individual therapy sessions.

Counseling sessions are designed to help clients identify and address the emotions, thought patterns, and circumstances that may contribute to or be affected by addiction. Counseling sessions may help clients to process trauma, improve coping techniques, and teach relapse prevention strategies.


Parkersburg Comprehensive Treatment Center employs a treatment staff of physicians experienced in addiction medicine, certified substance abuse counselors, and nurses.


While has yet to receive alumni feedback to date, secondary sources revealed generally positive alumni opinions of the facility. On Google reviews, 12 individuals gave the facility an average rating of 3.2 out of five stars. [1] Satisfied clients tended to praise the facility’s staff.” This place has saved me! The staff is great. The nurses are the best. They work with you,”Jaclyn, a representative reviewer, wrote. Criticisms included long wait times and the general upkeep of the building.


The sole loved one polled by at the time of this writing praised most aspects of the facility. Out of five stars, the loved one gave a perfect five-star ratings for the facility’s counseling options and the amount of family involvement. “They encourage participants to allow family to be a part of the process,” the loved one wrote.


According to the facility’s website, Parkersburg Comprehensive Treatment Center accepts most insurance plans. Intake fees are due during the client’s initial appointment. Costs vary, depending on each individual’s plan of treatment.


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  • They encourage participants to allow family to be a part of the process.