Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
Below are answers to many common questions about NAS and our work here at Lily's Place.
What is Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome?
Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome (NAS) is a group of problems that occurs in a newborn after being exposed to illegal and/ or prescription drugs while in its mother's womb.
Is Lily's Place open to the public?
For the safety and privacy of our patients and their families, Lily's Place is a closed medical facility and is not open to the public.
Is Lily's Place a nonprofit organization?
Yes! Lily's Place is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization. Our tax-exemption number is: 46-2235123.
How can I become a Lily's Place volunteer?
To volunteer with Lily's Place, please click here to complete our volunteer application. Once received, our volunteer coordinator will review it and, if you are qualified, contact you to schedule training once an opening becomes available.
How can I donate to Lily's Place?
Lily's Place provides medical care to approximately 100 infants suffering from NAS each year. We are appreciative of the support we receive from companies, churches and individuals to help us continue to carry out our mission.
Please click here to make a one-time donation, or you may mail a check made payable to Lily's Place to the address below. We thank you for your support.
PO Box 2
Huntington, WV 25706
How can I help my community by opening a NAS Center?
We would love to share our experience with you! Please click here to visit our Lily's Place Store for more information on how we can help you on your mission to open a NAS Center in your community.
What items can I donate to Lily's Place?
We maintain a regularly updated wish list of our currents wants and needs. Click here to take a look. Thanks in advance for your generosity!
Does Lily's Place facilitate adoptions?
No, Lily's Place does not facilitate adoptions.