Our History

The epidemic of drug addiction in our nation is exploding. In order to serve the tiniest of those affected, Lily's Place opened its doors in October 2014 as the first Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome (NAS) Center in the United States. Click below to see milestones and highlights from our journey thus far.

Our Story

Our Facility

Babies born with NAS require specialized care. At Lily's Place, we strive to make them as comfortable as possible while going through the weaning process. Our facility is designed in a very specific manner to achieve this goal. Click below for a behind-the-scenes peek inside our facility. 

A Peek Inside

Our Services

Lily's Place provides observational, therapeutic and pharmacological care to infants suffering from prenatal drug exposure. We use proven therapeutic handling methods and the latest weaning techniques to ease withdrawal symptoms. We want to share our knowledge and experience with you! 

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The Lily's Place Team


Angela Davis

Social Worker

Angela has over 4 years of experience working with families in need and 2 1/2 years of experience working with families of infants with NAS. At Lily's Place she helps families find services and items necessary to care for their infant, such as cribs, car seats and clothing. Angela also assists with finding employment and housing, and works with families and Child Protective Services to ensure that our patients go home to a safe environment.

Alicia Christian

Peer Recovery Coach

Alicia is one of our Peer Recovery Coaches here at Lily’s Place. Alicia herself went through 10 years of suffering from addiction and understands exactly what our parents are going through, she now has over 6 years of continuous abstinence-based recovery and a passion for helping others find a life without drugs or alcohol. She is here for the parents to utilize during their baby’s stay and is also available after the baby is released. She has the unique opportunity to relate and empathize with the daily struggles of our parents. Alicia’s primary focus is on our mothers and helping them with encouragement, guidance, and resources to better equip them to become the mothers they wish to be.

Marilyn Murdock

Volunteer Coordinator

Marilyn has been with Lily’s Place since we opened our doors. She reviews all volunteer applications and handles the training and scheduling for those interested in helping us here at Lily’s Place. 

Misty Musser

Office Manager

Misty is our office manager and has been with Lily’s Place since the beginning. She greets our families, answers phone calls and handles all of our administrative needs. She coordinates our clinics and works with our families to schedule follow-up appointments. Misty also handles all of our inventory. If you would like to donate an item to us, please contact Misty!

Olivia Meade

Director of Development

Olivia joined Lily’s Place in 2017 and comes with a background in recruitment and training. She holds an MBA from Marshall University. Olivia is responsible for all fundraising efforts including grant writing, special events, and donations. She also oversees marketing communications and completes speaking engagements on behalf of Lily’s Place.  

Rebecca Crowder

Executive Director

Rebecca is the Executive Director of Lily’s Place. She has 8 years of experience in recovery administration and is responsible for overseeing the programs and strategic plan of Lily's Place. Rebecca works with our Board of Directors and leads our staff in order to fulfill our mission. She is also the primary contact for all inquiries concerning our replication plan.

          Shirley Wi​lks

Peer Recovery Coach

Shirley is one of our peer recovery coaches at Lily's Place. Shirley suffered from addiction first hand for over 15 years. She now has over 7 years of continuous sobriety and has worked in the recovery field for nearly 5 years. Shirley has a heart for helping women and children navigate the complexities substance abuse places on families. Shirley is currently working towards a degree in human services/social work from Ohio University.

Rhonda Edmunds, RN

Director of Nursing

Rhonda is one of the founders of Lily’s Place and was instrumental in creating the NTU at Cabell Huntington Hospital. There, she gained 27 years of experience working in the NICU and NTU. At Lily's Place, she  oversees the day to day care of infants, as well as our patient care staff and scheduling. Rhonda is involved in our community outreach efforts, specifically NAS education. She provides clinical updates of patients to managed care companies and also helps facilitate new admissions.

Sean Loudin, MD

Medical Director

Dr. Loudin is a member of the Division of Neonatal-Perinatal Medicine at Marshall University. He received his medical degree and completed his Pediatric residency at Marshall University. He continued his training with a three-year fellowship in Neonatal/ Perinatal Medicine at the Medical University of South Carolina in Charleston, SC. His research and clinical interests focus on neonatal abstinence syndrome. Dr. Loudin is a Board-certified pediatrician, Board-certified in Neonatology subspecialty and a member of the American Academy of Pediatrics.

Lily's Place: A Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome Center

Mailing Address

PO Box 2
Huntington, WV 25706

Contact

P: (304) 523-5459
F: (304) 523-8341


Hours

By appointment only.

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