OVP HEALTH’s medication-assisted treatment and counseling program has once again received three-year accreditations fron the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities, or CARF, for two of its programs related to the care and treatment of people suffering from opioid addiction.
During the survey, CARF surveyors found that “OVP HEALTH demonstrated substantial conformance” to its high standards and a “true commitment to continuous quality improvement.”
OVP HEALTH Testimonials
David and Mandy Smith
Drug addiction can result in the loss of almost everything for people suffering from it. That almost happened for Dave and Mandy Smith, of Logan County, WV. But their love story has a happy ending, thanks to their faith, determination and a little help from OVP HEALTH. Here’s their story.
For half of her life, 46-year-old Chensla Lee, of Cattletsburg, KY, has been battling addiction. But now, thanks to medication-assisted treatment and counseling at OVP HEALTH in Ashland, she has the upper hand on it – and life is completely different. Here’s her story.
An Answer to Prayer
Huntington, WV, pharmacist Fran D’Egidio wasn’t proud of the way he was treating patients who came to him for prescriptions to treat their drug addictions. So, he changed the way he looked at them, and began talking to them. And by doing that, his perception changed, his understanding grew, and he was able to strike up a friendship with an OVP HEALTH nurse practitioner who was praying for a specific sign that her work was making a difference in the lives of her patients.
Jamie Doss: A Recovery Story
For more than half of his life, Jamie Doss, of Fort Gay, West Virginia, was addicted to painkillers. That addiction had cost him just about everything in his life. Then he decided he had had enough, and it was finally time to get help. As this video shows you, he found that help at OVP HEALTH in Louisa, Kentucky – medication assisted treatment and counseling that put him on the road to recovery.