We provide safe, supervised housing, transportation and support services -- delivered in a supportive environment -- to women recovering from substance use disorder. Thanks to partners, meaningful employment and health services are also provided.
Substance use disorders are a recognized medical condition. Substance use/misuse can affect people from all walks of life. If you or a loved one is struggling with substance use, there is help and hope.
Our first priority is safe, supervised housing but Seed Sower is also focused on meeting practical needs of our residents, such as transportation, recovery support, mental and behavioral healthcare coordination, 12-step and other recovery programming, life-skills development, and community reintegration.
Seed Sower offers a comprehensive recovery and residential plan that networks multiple community, state and federal resources to provide evidence-based support services to our adult, women residents. These supports are built around the four major dimensions of recovery support as identified by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA): Home, Health, Purpose and Community.
Our work is grounded in creating a larger, holistic Recovery Ecosystem to sustain long-term recovery.
Since opening Seed Sower Village, our first residential location in Fall of 2021 in Dawson, West Virginia, we have continued to expand. Learn about new locations including a home for pregnant and parenting women in Montgomery and The Well, a Recovery Community Organization (RCO) in Beckley.
You'll find a mix of activities and support services to help support people in their recovery journey at The Well. This is Seed Sower's Recovery Community Organization (RCO) and is located at 313 Neville Street, 3rd Floor in Beckley, WV. The Well is open Monday - Friday from 10AM - 8:30 PM. Additional details listed on the Events page.
We are proud to receive certification as a Stigma Free Site.
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