REINTEGRATING RECOVERING INDIVIDUALS INTO THE WORLD
West Virginia is still leading the country in overdose deaths and is in the spotlight for being at ground zero for the drug addiction epidemic. West Virginia Sober Living, a non-profit 501(c)(3) corporation, headquartered in Monongalia County has been a leader in the state at providing the highest quality care and accountability. West Virginia Sober Living formerly Morgantown Sober Living was named Best New Business in Morgantown in 2013 – 2014 by Mainstreet Morgantown. We have been widely recognized as a leader in the state at fighting the substance use disorder (SUD) epidemic. We have helped many other programs in the state open by consulting to them and assisting them with replicating our program. We are providing a service that has never been offered in this area and are changing lives on a daily basis. There is a solution to SUD, and we are offering it at West Virginia Sober Living. With more financial resources, we can expand and impact more lives.
3 homes in Morgantown, WV
3 homes in Charleston, WV
1 home in Columbus, IN
We have been in operation for more than 6 years and have put hundreds of men and women through our program since opening in 2013. We have touched the lives of not only these men and women, but also their families who now have their sons/daughters, brothers/sisters, and husbands/wives back. Many of the men and women that come into our 6 – 12-month residential program don't have any financial resources or ability to pay for their housing, recovery care, clothing or food. In 2017, our President, Douglas M. Leech, elected not to take his salary in an effort to allow this money to go towards providing care for more people in our community. Doug, his family, and all of the staff at WVSL give of their time and money to this cause, as we see lives being changed on a daily basis. Miracles are happening at West Virginia Sober Living and are made possible by charitable donations to the organization.
Thank you so much for your support. Your donation will help us continue our mission to change the lives of both addicts/alcoholics and their families in our region.
Douglas J. Leech
Douglas M. Leech
Brown Family Foundation
Hott Memorial Foundation
*Donations over $20,000