Recovery center for addicted newborns opens in Huntington


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HUNTINGTON, West Virginia — A recovery center for babies born addicted to drugs has opened in Huntington.

A ribbon-cutting ceremony was held Wednesday for Lily's Place. The privately operated facility weans infants off opiates and other drugs. It also offers support for mothers.

WCHS-TV ( ) reports Lily's Place accepts tax-deductible gifts such as diapers and monetary donations.

The facility has treatment agreements with Cabell Huntington Hospital and the Prestera Center.


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