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The suffering caused by addiction to drugs and alcohol is immense and far-reaching, but treatment help to put an end to the struggle and restore hope. By searching through reviews, you can find the information you need to help you select the right program for yourself or a loved one, including payment options, staff credentials, and more. Armed with program information and user reviews, you’ll be able to choose a rehab program you can feel good about.

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Treatment Centers in Virginia

Bethany Hall
1109 Franklin Road SW Roanoke, VA 24016
Edgehill Recovery Retreat Center
315 East Cork Street Winchester, VA 22601
Centra Health - Pathways Recovery Lodge
1770 Earley Farm Road Amherst, VA 24521
Bridging the Gaps, Inc.
423 West Cork Street Winchester, VA 22601
Recovery Unplugged at Harrison House
5105Q Backlick Rd. Annandale, VA 22003
Prince William Medical Center
8700 Sudley Road Manassas, VA 20110
Mount Regis Center
125 Knotbreak Rd Salem, VA 24153
RBHA - Women's Treatment Center
107 South Fifth Street Richmond, VA 23219
Sagebrush
7921 Jones Branch Drive, Suite 400 McLean, VA 22102
The Farley Center
5477 Mooretown Road Williamsburg, VA 23188
Latch Key Projects, LLC
1157 S. Military Hwy Suite 202-B Chesapeake, VA 23320
Sentara RMH Behavioral Health
644 University Boulevard Harrisonburg, VA 22801
Valley Community Services Board
85 Sanger's Lane Staunton, VA 24401
Virginia Hospital Center - Addiction Treatment
1701 North George Mason Dr, Ground Floor Arlington, VA 22205
The Healing Place
700 Dinwiddie Avenue Richmond, VA 23224
Clinch Valley Comprehensive Treatment Center
111 Town Hollow Rd Cedar Bluff, VA 24609
Salem VA Medical Center
1970 Roanoke Boulevard Unit 116-A4 Psychiatry Salem, VA 24153
Hampton VA Medical Center
100 Emancipation Drive Unit 116-A Hampton, VA 23667
Virginia Beach Psychiatric Center
1100 First Colonial Road Virginia Beach, VA 23454
Alleghany Highlands Community Services Guinan Center
311 South Monroe Avenue Covington, VA 24426
A New Beginning
4213 Walney Road Chantilly, VA 20151
New Season - Southside Treatment Center
9609 Jefferson Davis Highway Richmond, VA 23237
Life Center of Galax
112 Painter Street Galax, VA 24333
Richmond Private Methadone Clinic (RPMC)
4926 West Broad Street Richmond, VA 23230
Snowden at Fredericksburg
1200 Sam Perry Boulevard Fredericksburg, VA 22401
Horizon Wellness Center at Court Street
620 Court Street Lynchburg, VA 24504
Phoenix House Mid-Atlantic
521 North Quincy Street Arlington, VA 22203
Pioneer Counseling Of Virginia
400 East Burwell Street Salem, VA 24153
Colonial Services Board Substance Abuse Services
1657 Merrimac Trail Williamsburg, VA 23185
Harrisonburg/Rockingham Community Services Board
1241 North Main Street Harrisonburg, VA 22802
Living Free Health Services
4306 Evergreen Lane, Suite 204 Annandale, VA 22003
Bacon Street Inc
247 McLaws Circle Williamsburg, VA 23185
Chesterfield Mental Health Mental Retardation Subst Abuse Servs
6801 Lucy Corr Boulevard Rogers Building Chesterfield, VA 23832
Blue Ridge Recovery Center
3003 Hollins Rd Roanoke, VA 24012
Sellati and Co Inc Woodbridge Methadone Treatment Center
8427 Dorsey Circle Suite 101 Manassas, VA 20110
Southside Community Services Board Halifax County
424 Hamilton Boulevard South Boston, VA 24592
Council on Alcoholism Lord Fairfax Community Inc
512 South Braddock Street Winchester, VA 22601
Life Line Counseling Center
10374 Democracy Lane Suite A Fairfax, VA 22030
Human Resources Inc
15 West Cary Street Richmond, VA 23220
Avenues To Recovery
20 Walnut Ave Roanoke, VA 24016

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More Info About Rehab in Virginia

Drug Addiction in Virginia

One of Virginia’s biggest public health problems is opioid addiction. In 2014, for the first time in Virginia’s history, more people died from opioid overdoses than car accidents. In 2013, fatal drug overdoses became the number one cause of unnatural death in Virginia.1

There is also evidence that the dangerous synthetic opioid carfentanil is available in Virginia. This opiate is usually used to sedate large animals like elephants. The fact that it has made its way into Virginia presents a serious health risk to the public.1

Addiction by the Numbers
  • Opiate-related deaths more than doubled from 2007 to 2016 in Virginia. They jumped from 515 in 2007 to 1,133 in 2016.2
  • Data from 2014-2015 show that 10.7% of all adolescents ages 12-17 used alcohol in the last month.3
  • Between 2011-2015, the majority, or more than 51%, of adults in Virginia with mental illness, did not receive treatment within the past year.3
  • The number of people receiving methadone as part of an opioid treatment program increased from 4,799 in 2011 to 5,735 in 2015.3
  • Nearly 60% of all adolescents ages 12-17 with a major depressive episode did not receive treatment within the past year, according to data from 2011-2015.3
How Much Does Rehab Cost?

The cost of treatment is dependent on a number of factors, including:

  • How long you plan to stay.
  • The type of program (public, private, executive, or luxury).
  • The amenities offered (e.g., some programs offer benefits like equine therapy, chef-prepared meals, massage, and more).
  • Whether the program takes insurance and how much is covered.
  • Whether the program offers sliding scale payments, meaning whether they will adjust to the cost to your income/what you can afford.
Treatment Options

In 2015, there were 230 substance abuse treatment facilities in Virginia offering a variety of substance abuse treatment options, including outpatient, inpatient, detoxification, and residential treatment. The treatment ranges from short term, which is less than 30 days, to long-term residential treatment that lasts 30 days or more.4 Twenty-seven VA facilities provide opioid treatment.4

The payment options for substance abuse treatment range from self-pay to federal military insurance. Options are available for people that cannot afford to pay.4

Local Resources for Recovering Addicts
Sources
  1. Gov: Governor Terry McAuliffe. (2016). Opioid Addiction Crisis Declared a Public Health Emergency in Virginia.
  2. (2017). Addiction, Prevention & Recovery Resources.
  3. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. (2017). Behavioral Health Barometer, Virginia, Volume 4.
  4. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA). (2015). National Survey of Substance Abuse Treatment Services (N-SSATS): 2015 State Profile – Virginia.
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