The search for the best rehab centers across the nation now brings us to Virginia. Many of these drug rehab centers in Virginia treat psychological and mental illnesses as well as addictions and incorporate other necessities like nutrition and lifestyle to help individuals make healthy choices in all areas of their life. In order to rate the centers, we took into account criteria like staff, food and nutrition, overall experience, and effectiveness and, after ranking and filtering the list, now present the 10 best rehabs in Virginia.
1. Prince William Family Counseling, Manassas
Prince William Family Counseling is an outpatient treatment center that provides counseling services to children, adolescents, adults, couples and families. They treat a variety of psychological and mental illnesses including substance abuse. They are also partnered up with special programs like Virginia Home Based Counseling, P.C., which is program which provides intensive in-home services to at-risk youth.
For more information on this facility go to https://www.pwfc.com/
2. Hope LINE Inc, Leesburg
This not-for-profit organization is dedicated to helping treat those who suffer from chemical dependency. Individuals are assessed and then referred to the appropriate partnering treatment programs which include rehab centers with inpatient services, hospital-based facilities, outpatient centers, day treatment facilities and halfway houses. Hope LINE Inc helps make it possible for anyone to get help regardless of finances.
For more information on this facility go to www.hopelineinc.org/
3. Natural Horizons Wellness Center, Fairfax
Natural Horizons Wellness Center is a health treatment center that seeks to help, among others, those who suffer from substance abuse. They combine a scientific full-body medical approach with counseling to effectively treat the entire individual and all the psycho-emotional issues surrounding addiction. Included in their program are detox, nutrition and lifestyle counseling, IV therapy/oral supplementation, and more.
For more information on this facility go to https://www.nhwellnesscenters.com/
4. Life Line Counseling Center, Fairfax
This outpatient counseling center is for those who have addictions and mental illnesses. They specialize in treating adults and young adults with substance abuse issues. Life Line Counseling Center takes into account research on brain chemistry, nutrition and lifestyle approaches and use this information to increase the likelihood of successful recoveries.
For more information on this facility go to www.lifelinerecovery.com/
5. Independence Club, Springfield
The Independence Club is a non-profit organization run by volunteers. Its purpose is to provide a place for people to hold and attend recovery meetings, meet and relax together in camaraderie, and provide a safe place for people to go where they will be supported in their goals in reaching and maintaining sobriety. Membership is achieved through application and donation.
For more information on this facility go to www.theindependenceclub.org/
6. Bethany Hall, Roanoke
Bethany Hall is a private and non-profit agency that provides long-term residential treatment for women struggling with addiction. Their approach to healing and lasting sobriety is holistic, and their long-term residential programs include treatment for pregnant women, women with children, and programs lasting 30 days or nine months.
For more information on this facility go to https://archservices.org/programs.html
7. Pathways Treatment Center, Lynchburg
A treatment center for those 18 and older, Pathways Treatment Center offers a variety of programs including 12-step support groups, a women’s program, a men’s program, a 52-week continuing care program, and others. There are both outpatient and residential treatment options available depending on the needs of the individual.
For more information on this facility go to https://www3.centrahealth.com/services/pathways.aspx
8. Roanoke Clinic, Roanoke
Roanoke Clinic is an addiction treatment center for those addicted to opiates like oxycodone, heroin, Percocet, fentanyl, etc. They provide medically assisted withdrawal and detox services as well as medications such as methadone and Suboxone. People can participate in individual, group and family counseling.
For more information on this facility go to www.roanokeclinic.com/
9. Victory Home, Chesapeake
Victory Home is a Christian-based facility that seeks to help individuals struggling with addictions in addition to things like homelessness, suicidal tendencies, depression and incarceration. They help individuals by focusing on four main categories: the essentials, spiritual growth, work and transition.
10. Recovery for Life, Virginia Beach
Founded by a Board Certified Pastoral Counselor, Recovery for Life is faith-based non-profit organization dedicated to helping people who struggle with addictions find lasting sobriety. The program includes relapse prevention training for the homeless and for men coming out of the prison system.
For more information on this facility go to myrecoveryforlife.com/
**The facilities and organizations mentioned in this article are not affiliated with DrugRehab.org.
Virginia Counties Drug and Alcohol Rehabs
- Accomack (3)
Bristol, City of (3)
Buena Vista, City of (1)
Chesapeake, City of (2)
Colonial Heights, City of (2)
Covington, City of (1)
Danville, City of (7)
Galax, City of (4)
Harrisonburg, City of (4)
Hopewell, City of (1)
Isle of Wight (1)
James City (9)
King George (1)
King William (2)
Lexington, City of (1)
Lynchburg, City of (15)
New Kent (2)
Newport News, City of (18)
Norfolk, City of (14)
Portsmouth, City of (11)
Prince William (16)
Radford, City of (1)
Salem, City of (5)
Staunton, City of (4)
Suffolk, City of (4)
Virginia Beach, City of (22)
Winchester, City of (8)