Voluntary Admission (Self-Report)

When a health care professional (HCP) is proactive and voluntarily self-reports drug or alcohol use or a qualifying mental health condition to WVR, higher levels of confidentiality and advocacy may be offered. However, if the HCP is later reported to WVR by an outside agency, the voluntary (self-report) status may be changed to reflect a mandatory or regulatory admission.

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Our caring and compassionate team can walk you through the entire process and will clearly lay out expectations, so you understand exactly what you need to do to get well and keep the career you love.
How It Works

In West Virginia, with voluntary admission, you must sign a contract consenting to your participation in the recovery program. This is then followed by work site support, random drug testing, and an active role in continuing care. The indicators of successfully completing the program require both accountability and transparency between you and WVR. It is our job to help you achieve wellness while also ensuring public safety. This is achieved through documented treatment and participation, established measures of performance, and by incorporating evidence-based and individualized monitoring programs.

West Virginia Restore (WVR)
If you suspect a co-worker is impaired or you are struggling
with alcohol or drug addiction, or a qualifying mental health condition,
reach out today.