Recovery Point of Charleston plans for Nov. 3 opening
October 9, 2016
The walls inside the former Mountaineer Gas building on Stockton Street have been painted in pastel pink and purple, bright blue and green. Beginning early next month, the 13,000-square-foot structure will serve as a 92-bed long-term treatment facility for women suffering substance abuse problems in the community.
Recovery Point of Charleston is scheduled to open Nov. 1, with a ribbon-cutting on Nov. 3.
The facility is the first of its kind for Charleston, said Matt Boggs, executive director of Recovery Point of West Virginia.
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