HUNTINGTON - Recovery Point Huntington will honor 20 men for graduating from its long-term, residential recovery program during its inaugural Silver Chip ceremony at 6 p.m. Thursday, June 13, at First Presbyterian Church in Huntington.

The ceremony signifies that all graduates have achieved all of Recovery Point's necessary steps to transition back to society after grappling with substance use disorder.

Starting in Huntington in 2011, Recovery Point serves more than 360 clients across West Virginia at five facilities in Huntington (including HER Place), Charleston, Bluefield and Parkersburg. The majority of Recovery Point's 100 employees are in long-term recovery themselves.

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