Necco makes counseling accessible in West Virginia

You will talk to a staff member who will take your information down and submit a referral to our clinical team. A member of our clinical team will call you within 2 days to schedule you for an intake assessment that should occur within 1-2 weeks depending upon your schedule. You and your professional counselor will work to develop goals that you want to accomplish during your therapeutic journey. After that plan is established, the therapeutic process begins.

What can you expect?

No two individuals are the same. You do not need a formal referral. In fact, you may make a self-referral by calling one of our offices. We see children from the age of five years and up. Some may need just a couple of sessions to reach their goals while others may need more time. Our goal is to help you reach your goals in a timely manner. Counseling session usually are 45-60 minutes, depending on the nature of your visit.

We currently accept all forms of WV Medicaid (regular or through MCOs), as well as WV CHIPS. We do accept private pay as well.

Does my child go alone or do we do family? We provide both individual and family counseling. Our dedicated clinical team will work with you, your child and the family to decide what best serves your family in reaching your therapeutic goals.

What makes Necco different?

Ultimate Customer Service and competency is what makes Necco different than other agencies. Our clinical team is comprised of licensed counselors with certifications to serve those in need. We have counselors who have been certified in DBT, trained in Trauma counseling, Substance Abuse and Play Therapy techniques.

How can counseling help me, my child and/or my family?

  • Gaining a better understanding of yourself, your goals and values
  • Developing skills for improving your relationships
  • Discovering resolutions to the matters or concerns that led you to pursue therapy
  • Gaining knowledge of habits to handle stress and anxiety
  • Appropriately dealing with anger, grief, depression, and other emotional pressures
  • Improving your communications and listening skills
  • Challenging and changing old behavior patterns and developing new ones
  • Discovering new ways to resolve difficulties in your family and community
  • Cultivate your self-esteem and improving self-confidence

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