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Drug & Alcohol Rehab Near Leesburg, Virginia

If you’re looking to help yourself or someone you love struggling with substance addiction in Leesburg, VA, Rehabs.com presents large online database of private clinics, as well as a wealth of other choices. We can help you locate drug and alcohol abuse care clinics for a variety of addictions. Search for a great rehab clinic in Leesburg now, and get rolling on the path to clean living.

Treatment Centers near Leesburg, VA

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Recovery Centers of America Capital Region
11100 Billingsley Rd. Waldorf, MD 20602
- 51 Miles Away
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Recovery Centers of America at Bracebridge Hall
314 Grove Neck Road Earleville, MD 21919
- 90 Miles Away
Newport Institute
20173 Gleedsville Rd. Leesburg, VA 20175
Aquila Recovery Northern Virginia
706 South King Street Leesburg, VA 20175
Inova Behavioral Health Cats/Loudoun
19 Fort Evans Road NE Leesburg, VA 20176
Insight Into Action Therapy
44340 Premier Plaza Ashburn, VA 20147
- 6 Miles Away
Insight Recovery Centers
44340 Premier Plaza Ashburn, VA 20147
- 6 Miles Away
Multicultural Clinical Center
46161 Westlake Drive Sterling, VA 20165
- 10 Miles Away
Loudoun County Mental Health
21641 Ridgetop Circle Sterling, VA 20166
- 10 Miles Away
Aquila Recovery of Virginia
425 Carlisle Drive Herndon, VA 20170
- 13 Miles Away
BornFree Wellness Centers of America
19537 Doctors Drive Germantown, MD 20874
- 14 Miles Away
Positive Recovery Services
19506 Doctors Drive Germantown, MD 20874
- 14 Miles Away
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Latest Reviews of Rehabs in Virginia

Life Center of Galax

Helps you to have a strong sense of self. Makes you feel worthy. Cost was way too high. There were not enough counselors. They really try to help you. The counselors were involved and attentive. But the cost was extreme.

- Anonymous
4.3 out of 5
Galax, VA

RBHA - Women's Treatment Center

12 steps is taught where the understanding makes it easy to want to live by. Very nice program would recommend it to anyone.

- Anonymous
4 out of 5
Richmond, VA

A New Beginning

While there I worked on the reasons I drank and did drugs. Prior to going there, I had no idea what core beliefs were. I thought they were going to teach me how not to drink and drug - when in actuality they taught me why I did

- John
4.7 out of 5
Chantilly, VA
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Exploring Leesburg Treatment Clinics Recreational abuse of prescription painkillers by Virginians hovers between 4.71 and 5.08 percent, and abuse of illegal drugs, like marijuana, heroin and cocaine, is also a problem. Drug rehab in Leesburg, VA can help you conquer your dependence on alcohol and drugs and get back to living your life in a healthy and productive manner.Comparing Inpatient and Outpatient Programs

Choosing whether to enter an inpatient or outpatient program can be a difficult decision. Many people who exit rehab relapse and begin abusing substances again over time. It's important to know that relapse is not a sign of failure and is often simply an obstacle to overcome on the path to sobriety. Many addicts need to enter rehab, whether inpatient or outpatient, more than once in order to successfully recover.

Addiction experts often recommend trying an inpatient rehab program if you haven't had success with an outpatient treatment program in the past. Outpatient programs require discipline and independent motivation. Ask yourself these questions:

  • Is my substance abuse tied to the stress of my daily life?
  • Do I use drugs and alcohol with my friends, family or spouse?
  • Do I have a physical dependence on alcohol or drugs?

If you answered "yes" to any of the above questions, you may be best off in an inpatient program.

Substance Abuse in Veterans and Soldiers

Alcohol and drug abuse among our soldiers returning from Iraq and Afghanistan is a growing problem. From 2005 to 2008, the recreational abuse of prescription painkillers among soldiers increased threefold.

Twenty-seven percent of veterans abuse alcohol when they return home, and from 2003 to 2009, substance abuse played a role in 30 percent of Army veteran suicides.