MERCER COUNTY FELLOWSHIP HOME

The Mercer County Fellowship Home (MCFH) is a
non-profit legal entity chartered by the State Of West
Virginia. Our purpose is to provide housing and
recovery services to adult males recovering from
substance abuse. MCFH's program allows residents to
stay 3 months to 18 months.

We are not a rescue mission or homeless shelter.
Prospective residents must fill out an  application and
be interviewed to ensure that prospective resident's
primary purpose is the continuation of their recovery
from substance  abuse. We provide residents a safe
and healthy place to live. We also assist residents
using education, counseling and lifestyle changes to
learn and accept responsibilities of sober living.

We endeavor to provide the necessities of life, such as
access to health care and clothing for residents in
need.

On recommendation from the Administrative Director,
staff and counselors - residents are directed to return
to independent living. To this end, assistance is
provided through social services such as Veterans
Administration, Academy of Adult Learning, Division of
Rehabilitation Services and the Division of Alcohol and
Drug Abuse and other educational resources.




MCFH IS FUNDED BY THE STATE OF WV., UNITED WAY AND PRIVATE DONATIONS

© Copyright Mercer County Fellowship Home, Inc. 2010. All Rights Reserved
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A TRANSITIONAL LIVING FACILITY FOR ADULT MALES             
421 Scott Street Bluefield, WV 24701

Jim McClanahan - Director                                                       (304) 327 - 9876                                                      jimmcclanahan1@frontier.com
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