We are a residential recovery program utilizing a 12-step holistic approach that teaches healthy alternatives. Mid-Ohio Valley Fellowship Home, Inc.
is a residential recovery program for people who struggle with substance abuse issues. We utilize a 12-step holistic approach that teaches healthy alternatives. Working together, residents, staff and alumni create a supportive community where recovery takes place.
Operating as usual
Less than one week away!!!
We will be set up and distributing free Narcan and fentanyl test strips along with resources for help at 1030 George street, Parkersburg. Reach out, we are here! September 8, 12-6pm
Y12SR meets on Tuesday evenings at the "Pink Church" (903 Charles St.) in Parkersburg, just up the street from the Fellowship Home . Meeting starts at 6:30pm, doors open at 6:10. First half of our meeting is open discussion, and the second half a beginner friendly yoga practice providing some extra tools for living in recovery. 🧘♀️ 🧘♂️
Mid-Ohio Valley Fellowship Home is looking to hire a Men’s House Manager. This position requires a detail-oriented individual with leadership skills and a passion for helping others recover from a substance use disorder. This position is full-time. The house manager oversees daily operations of the MOVFH. This includes managing and coordinating daily housekeeping tasks, leading weekly “House Meetings,” conducting inspections, and making arrangements for random drug testing. This position is also involved in supporting residents to develop recovery plans and teaching residents skills needed to live in recovery.
1. Engage all residents in conversations and activities that are edifying
2. Monitor residents’ rooms for cleanliness.
3. Ensure that residents have the items that they need upon admission
4. Ensure that all residents are properly respecting and maintaining common areas (esp. kitchen,
living room, community room).
5. Monitor that residents are following house rules.
6. Observe and report any unusual behaviors or potential areas of conflict between residents.
7. Monitor proper use and functioning of appliances and other household equipment. Observe any
unusual activities that may pose a safety or nuisance issue for the residents or neighbors.
8. Maintain inventory of all household supplies (i.e. cleaning supplies, cooking utensils, furniture).
9. Prepare bedrooms for all new residents entering into Homes (i.e. clean linens, dresser drawers,
bedroom cleanliness etc).
10. Review Program and House Rules with all new residents and ensure client compliance with house
11. Facilitate House Meetings, Morning meditation
12. Assist in monitoring MOVFH property to protect from damage and/or theft.
13. Communicate in a culturally sensitive manner as our client population is diverse.
14. Perform other duties as assigned.
REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS · High School Diploma, GED, or willingness to obtain GED · Must have 2 or more years of sustained recovery from a substance use disorder · Willingness to obtain additional education including WV Peer Recovery Support Specialist training, Basic First Aid, CPF, Mental Health First Aid, and drug testing procedures · Must have minor house maintenance/repair skills · Basic computer and keyboarding skills (i.e. Microsoft Word, Excel) · Knowledge of community resources · Candidates must also be able to effectively handle emergency/crisis situations as they arise.
Submit resume to [email protected]
We have some exciting news from the MOVFH.
We are working on creating a alumni database so we can start working closer with those that have gone through the program.
We would love for you to help us get it started!
Click here to fill out the info. We will be in touch soon!
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Thank you Kuraray and United Way!
The 2022 West Virginia Peer Recovery Support Services Conference starts tomorrow!
2022 West Virginia Peer Recovery Support Services Conference Welcome to the 2022 Peer Recovery Support Services Conference - Advancing and Enhancing Peer Services in West Virginia. During this three-day virtual event, you’ll learn more about the role of peer recovery coaches. You will increase your intervention skills by practicing methods such as motivatio...
Are you interested in making a difference in your Community, do you have a passion for people recovering from Substance Use Disorder?
Please email [email protected] if you would like to join our Board of Directors!
Thank you health foundation for your ongoing support!
We are now hiring! Come see us today from 10:00-2:00 at the Second Chance job fair!
Brandy and Steve out shopping for garden plants! We are ready to plant the garden at the MOVFH.
This was in the bathroom of one of the females that had her little guy visiting for a weekend. It was so beautiful to see these toys laying on the floor….❤️
Thank you to our friends, followers, past clients, families of past clients and our community for the support during Give Local MOV!
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This is a one time event held once a year where some funds are matched and prizes are announced to participating non-profits!
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Another random drawing Golden Ticket we could use to fill our Resource Library!
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We are $40 away from hitting our first goal of $1000. Can we make it by noon? With your help we can! www.givelocalmov.org
Thanks to everyone who stopped by the breakfast this morning!
Can you help us win this prize from Community Bank - Parkersburg?
Just donate a min of $10 to MOVFH between the hours of 9am and 11am today only for matching funds to be distributed! Give now: www.givelocalmov.org
"My name is Keith Campbell and I am a Member of Long-term Recovery. Not only that but I am also the current President of the MOVFH Board of Directors, How crazy is that for a guy that came from where I did in addiction? Over 25 years in active addiction both here and in Arizona! Another 25 years spent working toward active Recovery both there and here in the MOV; I currently have over 12 years of abstinence.
I left my support as an Alumni of Crossroads Arizona when I returned Home in 2009 - I needed to have Recovery contacts here. I am incredibly Grateful to Fellowship Home for being that! Not only did they provide the support that I so desperately needed but they encouraged me to grow and support others - the final Step of our 12-Step Program.
At the Fellowship Home I've been able to work with and Sponsor other men for those 12 years which has added to my Recovery. They encouraged me, although I had no credentials. to work in the Recovery Industry as well; I have done that for the past 6 years. And they invited me to serve in various positions on the Board of Directors for the same time period.
How phenomenal! Thank you MOV Fellowship Home for these incredible gifts of Recovery...
Please, join me this year in supporting our legacy at Fellowship Home by participating in and donating to MOV Fellowship Home during the Give Local MOV campaign - I guarantee you that it does make a difference in a Recovering individuals' life.
"Thank you for 12-stepping me" Fellowship Home!
Keith Campbell; President, MOV Fellowship Home Board of Directors"
Who is staying up to midnight to claim the first donation prize!
We hope you make plans to stop by and meet Brandy!
One week until Give Local MOV!
We would like to invite all of our Facebook Friends to meet our New Executive Director, Brandy on Tuesday May 3rd!
Just 2 weeks to go until 2022! 📅🤯
"I will forever be grateful to everyone at the Fellowship Home, more than words could ever express! Everyone helped me to grow and change so much. I'll never forget the things you've taught me, especially how to be honest
with myself and enjoy life clean and sober."
Peer Recovery Staff - Parkersburg, WV 26101 - Indeed.com Mid-Ohio Valley Fellowship Home, Inc.
Howdy! My name is Brandy Blatt and I ‘am the new Executive Director of the Mid-Ohio Valley Fellowship
Home. I look forward to working in this community. I feel strongly that the drug epidemic is my
responsibility, this is my neighborhood, this is my problem. My passion for working with people that
suffer from substance use disorders (SUD) spans over my lifetime. I know firsthand the devastating
effects that SUD has on a family, my own upbringing has shown me that. I also know what it is like to
start life over again, sober and scared to death of what move to make next. Professionally I have
dedicated my studies to the field of social work. I put myself through school, working from the bottom
up. I will graduate this summer with my master’s degree in social work and I am thrilled that I get to
bring my skill set to the MOVFH. In my free time, I enjoy spending time with my 4 children, reading,
gardening, and sewing.
Today we bid farewell to Patrice Pooler after 19 years of being our executive director. We wish you the best!
Please join us in wishing Patrice well in her next adventure. Patrice has served the MOVFH as the executive director for the last 19 years.
We will host an open house on Friday afternoon from 2:30-4:30. Refreshments will be provided.
Will you help us find our next Executive Director?
Position is linked on our website, www.movfh.org.
Thank you to our generous donors!
Our giving day sponsors rock! 🤘 The support of local businesses is critical to the success of Give Local MOV! Please consider supporting our campaign and making 2022 our biggest year yet!
Within the next 24 hours we will be finishing up our Annual Giving Campaign. We have shared stories of success with you over the past month. The people that have shared their stories are your friends, neighbors and coworkers. Please step up and help us continue the work of sober living. Give today: www.movfh.org.
Have you heard Dennis and Sabrina's stories?
You can find them both on our website.
Mid-Ohio Valley Fellowship Home The Mid-Ohio Valley Fellowship Home, Inc. offers multiple residential rehab programs for individuals who are struggling with substance abuse issues and addiction recovery, including programs for men, women, and those with children. Located in Parkersburg, WV, the MOVFH serves both West Virginia and
Sabrina shares her story about how MOVFH changed her life!
MOVFHs 2022 Giving Campaign is going on right now.
Help us fight substance abuse in the Mid Ohio Valley by making a donation here, https://www.movfh.org/donate-button.
You can watch the Full Video here: https://youtu.be/aIAGFgne6ag
For more than 50 years, the Mid-Ohio Valley Fellowship Home has been a refuge and source of hope for those fighting addiction in the area.
There are many ways you can get involved In helping the MOVFH!
Donate during our giving campaign
Volunteer (even virtually!)
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Donate — Mid-Ohio Valley Fellowship Home The Mid-Ohio Valley Fellowship Home receives financial support from community and government organizations, as well as private donors. Without these funds, it would not be possible to continue serving those in need of recovery services.
MOVFH provided a safe, supportive, sober home for Dennis in his recovery journey. Hear from Dennis about why he thinks you should support the Fellowship Home during the 2022 Giving Campaign.
Happy New Year!
The Mid-Ohio Valley Fellowship Home, Inc. offers multiple programs for individuals who are struggling with substance abuse issues, including a Men's Program, Women's Program, and Women with Children's Program.
We provide 24/7 staff support, daily 12-step meetings and community support services for fourteen chemically dependent men, 18 years of age or older. Residents develop good health and work habits and live cooperatively with one another.
As an extension of our six-month men's residential program, long-term residency of up to two years is available for men who continue to need a supportive living environment. This continuum of care is a self-run, self-supporting home to four adults.
Our six month program is a structured and individualized residential program which provides 24/7 staff support, on-site recovery programming, daily 12-step meetings and community support services for six females, ages 18 years and older.
Women in recovery for chemical dependence, with the need to heal from the trauma of domestic violence and are homeless or at risk of homelessness, qualify for our long-term residential recovery program. Three women may reside in this home for up to two years.
Women with Children Program
Our program is targeted for four women ages 18 yrs. and older, with their dependent children, who are in need of structure to maintain sobriety and be a healthy and nurturing mother. An average length of stay is six months. We offer support for our residents and their families with a focus on their young children. We help women make positive lifestyle changes on their journey to being a sober, healthy parent. We provide access to services which offer specialized children's and parenting programs.
St. Joseph Recovery Center in Parkersburg, WV is an Adult Residential and Outpatient Treatment Center serving those effected by Substance Use Disorder.