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Treatment Centers in District Of Columbia

Salvation Army Harbor Light Center
2100 New York Avenue NE Washington, DC 20002
Rap Inc
1949 4th Street, N.E. Washington, DC 20002
KOLMAC Outpatient Recovery Centers
1411 K Street, NW Washington, DC 20005
Partners in Drug Abuse Rehab and Counseling (PIDARC)
2112 F Street NW Washington, DC 20037
Substance Abuse Rehabilitation Program Washington Navy Yard
915 N Street Washington Navy Yard, DC 20374
UPO Comprehensive Treatment Center
1900 Massachusetts Avenue SE Washington, DC 20003
Providence Health System - Behavioral Health
1140 Varnum Street NE Washington, DC 20017
Pilgrim Rest Therapeutic Services Inc The Better Way Program
4601 Sheriff Road NE Washington, DC 20019
Latin American Youth Center Substance Use Disorder Treatment
1419 Columbia Road NW Washington, DC 20009
Inner City Family Services Inc
2307 Martin Luther King Jr Avenue SE Washington, DC 20020
Calvary Healthcare, Inc
600 W Street NE Washington, DC 20002
Behavioral Health Group Recovery of Washington DC
1320 Good Hope Road SE Washington, DC 20020
Aquila Recovery Clinic
5100 Wisconsin Avenue NW Washington, DC 20016
The Bowen Center For The Study Of The Family/Georgetown Family Center
4400 MacArthur Boulevard NW Washington, DC 20007
Federal City Recovery Services
920 Bellevue Street SE Washington, DC 20032
Family and Medical Counseling Service
2041 Martin Luther King Avenue SE Washington, DC 20020
Clean and Sober Streets
425 2nd Street NW Washington, DC 20001
Circles of Hope Psychotherapy and Addictions Services
3000 Connecticut Avenue NW Washington, DC 20008
Veterans Affairs Medical Center Substance Abuse Recovery Program
50 Irving Street NW 3-C North Washington, DC 20422
So Others Might Eat Inc (SOME)
60 O Street NW Washington, DC 20001

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Latest Reviews of Rehabs in District Of Columbia

KOLMAC Outpatient Recovery Centers

Treatment effectiveness and accomodations were good.

- Anonymous
4.5 out of 5
Washington, DC

Regional Addiction Prevention, Inc.

strength:culture based weakness:no physical activety you have to be involved

- anonymous
4 out of 5
Washington, DC

Harbor Light

Strengths:Cleanliness Weakness:Security. Good fac

- Anonymous
5 out of 5
Washington, DC
Meet the Pros
David Dorschu
David Dorschu
Recovery Centers of America at Raritan Bay
David Dorschu, MS, has over eighteen years of experience in the substance abuse field, serving in various leadership positions which incorporate the entire continuum of care, including Clinical Director, Risk Management Director, QA Director, Outpatient Program Director, and currently as Chief Executive Officer of the RCA at Raritan Bay facility. David began his tenure at RCA in 2016 as CEO of the Lighthouse, a 133-bed facility located in Mays Landing, NJ. David has utilized these various leadership roles to form a treatment philosophy based on the latest, empirically supported research. “The patients we are so fortunate to serve have provided to us a tremendous gift: the willingness to share their pain and offer us a glimpse into their brokenness. They are under no obligation to do so, therefore we must treat this gift as a sacred trust and privileged responsibility.“ David earned his Master’s Degree in Counseling Psychology from Villanova University.
Chelsi Butler
Chelsi Butler
Program Director
Spring Hill Recovery Center
Chelsi Butler earned her Masters Degree in Psychology, specializing in Crisis Management. She holds licenses and certifications in both Massachusetts and New Hampshire, including an LSW and LADC, in addition to being a Masters Addiction Counselor (MAC). As a military spouse, she has been afforded the opportunity to travel the world, working in diverse populations, gaining invaluable real world knowledge and expertise. Chelsi’s most recent experience was in Alaska where she became a Certified Interventionist as the Clinical Director for the National Council on Alcohol and Drug Dependence. Chelsi has extensive experience in leadership positions that include working with co-occurring populations, trauma informed person centered care, and the criminal justice reform.
Patrick Babcock
Patrick Babcock
Founder, CEO and Executive Director
Foundation House
Patrick opened Foundation House in 2002 to pay forward his experience in recovery for young men battling alcoholism and chemical dependency. With more than 24 years of joyful and continued sobriety, Patrick has helped hundreds of men live free from addiction and taught them to embrace a clean and sober way of life. At Foundation House, Patrick has created an environment that teaches residents not just how to get sober, but how to stay sober through a practical and holistic approach to the 12 Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous. His primary gift is connecting with residents and their families to help them adopt healthy lives and relationships. Patrick’s introduction to AA and recovery began in 1988. Through inpatient and extended care programs, he has experienced first-hand what works – and what doesn’t – in helping young men to lead successful, sober lives and to grow their kinship with family, friends and work colleagues. Patrick continues to expand Foundation House’s mission of helping young men live life on life’s terms, while also giving back to his community through Foundation House volunteerism and charitable contributions. Patrick holds a bachelor’s degree in finance from Fordham University’s College of Business Administration in New York City. He has trained under licensed alcohol and chemical dependency professionals since 2001, specializing in motivational interviewing, PTSD, cognitive behavioral therapy and life skills mentorship. Patrick credits his motivational and leadership techniques to studying those of his father; football coaches Vince Lombardi and Bill Belichick; UCLA basketball coach John Wooden; Greg Varley and Geraldine Owen Delaney, formerly of Alina Lodge in New Jersey; and his sixth-grade math teacher Mike Michaelson. Patrick live in Cape Elizabeth, Maine, with his daughter Lula, son Bodhi, and dog Maddy. Patrick enjoys scuba diving, skiing, live concerts, the practices of Buddhism, travel, everything about Portland, Maine, the Boston Red Sox and New England Patriots. A native New Yorker, he remains a New York Rangers fan.
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