We provide safe supervised housing, transportation and support services to women recovering from substance use disorder.
A Path to Recovery
Seed Sower provides safe, supervised housing in a supportive environment – a cornerstone for any successful recovery and a successful SUD abatement program.
Thanks to federal and state grant funding, Seed Sower Village is now open. Our recovery residence located near I-64 in Dawson, WV provides housing, transportation and recovery support for 11 women for up to one year.
We are currently accepting applications. Details under the Apply tab.
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. If you or someone you know may have overdosed, call 9-1-1 immediately. A drug poisoning is a medical emergency.
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.
Safe, secure and affordable housing and access to reliable transportation are among the greatest barriers to recovery. Seed Sower provides both.
Peer-led recovery support, behavior health and other clinical services are provided to Seed Sower residents through our partnership with Seneca Health Services.
Seed Sower is partnered with Fruits of Labor Inc, a well established social enterprise that provides American Culinary Federation certified culinary training and employment to all our women residents.
Seed Sower and our ARC POWER grant partners are creating Communities of Healing. This a recovery-to-work ecosystem project designed to spur small business development and employ West Virginians healing from substance use disorder through the growth of social entrepreneurship.
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.
We are proud to receive certification as a Stigma Free Site.
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Seed Sower, Inc. is headquartered in Meadow Bridge, West Virginia (Greenbrier County) at I-64 Exit 150.