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Looking for a highly-rated rehabilitation clinic in Virginia for yourself or someone you love? Rehabs.com is the industry's leading source for exclusive inpatient facilities and can help you find the program that’s right for you. Our alcohol and drug treatment facilities can help anyone break free from drugs, no matter whether the addiction is to Inhalant, Dextromethorphan (DXM), alcohol or any other street or prescription drug.

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Treatment Centers in Virginia

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
Bethany Hall
1109 Franklin Road SW Roanoke, VA 24016
The Healing Place
700 Dinwiddie Avenue Richmond, VA 23224
Clinch Valley Comprehensive Treatment Center
111 Town Hollow Rd Cedar Bluff, VA 24609
Centra Health - Pathways Recovery Lodge
1770 Earley Farm Road Amherst, VA 24521
Bridging the Gaps, Inc.
423 West Cork Street Winchester, VA 22601
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
RBHA - Women's Treatment Center
107 South Fifth Street Richmond, VA 23219
Mount Regis Center
125 Knotbreak Rd Salem, VA 24153
Sagebrush
7921 Jones Branch Drive, Suite 400 McLean, VA 22102
The Farley Center
5477 Mooretown Road Williamsburg, VA 23188
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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Pathways at Virginia Baptist Hospital

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Lynchburg, VA

Carilion Clinic Psychiatry & Behavioral Medicine - Chemical Dependency Care & Recovery

great staff but poor food and resources.great invirement and very great people to help with any prob you have

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Roanoke, VA

Dominion Behavioral Healthcare

I'd rather keep my experience to myself, as it is/was very personal.

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Richmond, VA
Meet the Pros
Patrice Owens, M.ED, LCPC, LCDC,
Patrice Owens, M.ED, LCPC, LCDC,
Greenhouse Outpatient Director
Greenhouse Outpatient Treatment Center
Founder of The Advantage Group Foundation, Director Patrice Owens came to AAC as an incisive leader in the not-for-profit sector with proven creative problem-solving skills. Handling multiple key leadership functions, Owens oversaw 26 years of continuous growth for Advantage Group, a 501(C) (3) substance abuse outpatient and intensive treatment program for adolescents and young adults serving Chicago and surrounding communities. From inception to CARF Accreditation, Owens also took the community-based Foundation through the processes of state licensure and funding.
Joan L. Bertrand, M.B.A., S.P.H.R., P.H.R.
Joan L. Bertrand, M.B.A., S.P.H.R., P.H.R.
Vice President of Human Resources
AdCare Outpatient Facility, Worcester
Joan L. Bertrand, M.B.A., S.P.H.R., P.H.R., former Director of Human Resources returned to AdCare Hospital in 2002 from a position as Administrative Head of Human Resources at St. Francis Medical Center in Los Angeles, CA. Ms. Bertrand, who is a Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR), is an Adjunct Professor in the Professional Studies Program at Assumption College in Worcester, MA teaching continuing education courses for the SPHR National Certificate Preparation Course. Community affiliations include Board Member and Treasurer of the Girl Scouts of Central and Western MA, Board Member of the Alumna Board of Anna Maria College and former President of the Board of Directors of Girls, Inc. of Worcester, MA.
Dahlia Reyes
Dahlia Reyes
Clinical Director
Riverwalk Recovery Center
Dahlia is originally from the Dominican Republic and was raised in New York City. She attended Brooklyn College and earned a bachelor’s in psychology, and master’s in mental health counseling. Her previous roles include Clinical Director at The Baptiste Group, Senior Clinician at CADAS and Senior Clinician at Montefiore Hospital.
Virginia Treatment Facts

Virginia ranks 37th in treatment centers servicing/accepting federal military insurance per 100,000 residents. Oklahoma is just 1 spot better, ranked 36 out of the United States. The US National Average is ranked slightly worse, ranked 38.

When adjusted for population, Virginia ranks 37th in treatment centers servicing/accepting pregnant or post-partum women. One spot better is Nevada, ranked 36 in the U.S. One spot worse is New York, ranked 38 in the U.S.

For no payment accepted clients, Virginia ranks 38th in population-adjusted treatment centers. Minnesota is ranked one spot better at spot 37. Wisconsin is just 1 spot worse, ranked 39 out of the United States.

Virginia is 38th among U.S. states in treatment centers servicing or accepting medicare. Missouri is ranked one spot better at spot 37. Oklahoma is just 1 spot worse, ranked 39 out of the United States.

Virginia ranks 39th in treatment centers servicing/accepting access to Recovery (ATR) vouchers per 100,000 residents. West Virginia is just 1 spot better, ranked 38 out of the United States. One spot worse is Vermont, ranked 40 in the U.S.

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Hopefully, this article will spur you to take action and make that next step of enrolling in care just a little bit easier.
If you have an addiction to drugs and you've landed on this page in a search for Virginia drug rehab programs that could help you, take a moment to congratulate yourself. Just thinking about entering a program for addiction is a step in the right direction, as it means you're almost ready to leave your addiction behind and start getting help that could allow you to build a sober life. How Safe Are Street Drugs? Dealers in Virginia may tell their clients that they don't need to recover from their addictions, as the drugs sold within the state are considered pure. These dealers may site a story from the Daily Press that states that heroin in the state is traditionally of a higher purity than drugs sold in surrounding states. Don't be fooled.
Heroin you buy one day may be safe, but a dose you buy the next day may include:
  • Quinine
  • Mannitol
  • Acetaminophen
  • Caffeine
  • Dextromethorphan
Any of these ingredients could cause serious physical side effects. It's best to get help and stop using drugs altogether, rather than believing the lies told by dealers.
Getting Ready

Very few Virginia drug rehab programs will ask you to prepare for your treatment. You won't be asked to bring a letter of recommendation from a friend, for example, and you might not be required to provide your medical records. There's no special diet you need to follow in the days prior to your admission, and you won't need to buy special clothes or equipment. All you'll need to do is take the time to mentally prepare for the work that's ahead of you.

Some people find it helpful to make a list of all of the reasons they'd like to get sober, and they bring that list with them to treatment. Taking a step like this might help you to stay motivated, even when the work seems difficult.

If you're accustomed to taking an opiate like heroin or prescription painkillers, there are some medications that could help ease the symptoms of withdrawal you might feel as you wean your body away from drugs. You might be asked to stop taking opiates in the hours before your treatment begins, so you'll be in a mild state of withdrawal when you arrive. The medications can interact with the drugs you take, plunging you into withdrawal if you take the medications when drugs are still active within your body.

Moving Forward
When you begin treatment at your Virginia drug rehab program, the staff will monitor you closely to ensure that you feel comfortable and calm throughout the withdrawal process.

According to an article in the Journal of Psychoactive Drugs, medical professionals often use an 11-point scale in order to monitor people going through opiate withdrawal, ensuring that they provide the right dosage of medications at the right time to help their clients. When withdrawal is complete, you'll move on to therapy and support group participation, learning more about the nature of addiction and how you can keep your urges under control.