Resources and Services

Resources & Services for Substance Use Disorder (SUD), Mental Health, and Other Related Needs

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988, the new 3-digit number for mental health and suicide crisis, is now available across the nation. This is a reality because of mental health advocates like you who raised their voice in support of a vision that we can provide everyone a better response to mental health crises. As of July 16, 2022, anyone experiencing a mental health, substance use, or suicide crisis can call or text 988 or chat with the 988 Suicide and Crisis Lifeline at

No matter where you live, you can be connected to trained crisis counselors at Lifeline call centers across the country. This support is available to people in crisis or their loved ones, and it is free, confidential and available 24/7/365. Learn more about 988 and what it means for you at

SAMHSA’s National Helpline

A free, confidential, 24/7 treatment referral and information service (in English and Spanish) for individuals and families facing mental and/or substance use disorders.

1-800-662-HELP (4357)

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline

1- 800-273-8255 or text “Hello” to 741741 to reach the Crisis Text Line

Featured Resources

Keep scrolling for a complete list of resources in Virginia's communities.

"Our goal is to prevent addiction by raising awareness around the dangers of methamphetamines."

Located in Staunton, Virginia

"All meetings are sorted by language and day of the week. The meeting times are based on local device time."

Located Anywhere

"Opioid & Alcohol Addiction Treatment: Addiction is a Disease That Can Be Treated."

Virginia Locations:

Abington, Big Stone Gap, Blacksburg, Cedar Bluff, Clintwood, Culpepper, Duffield, Fredericksburg, Front Royal, Honaker, Lebanon, Staunton, Winchester, Woodbridge, Wytheville, and Luray

NCWA is a collaboration of "concerned citizens who have come together to address substance use in our community" and understands "that people use drugs for various reasons, including low self-esteem, being reared in an addictive or dysfunctional family, lack of decision-making and problem-solving skills, inability to cope with stress, lack of positive alternatives to drug use, and lack of information."

Located in Lovingston, Virginia

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Private Providers

Allied Transformations


Associated Mental Health Professionals, Inc.


Augusta Health Behavioral Health


Depression, Anxiety, Adjustment Disorders, Personality Disorders, Schizoaffective and Other Related Disorders,

and Alcohol/Other Drug Abuse (Outpatient Services)

Augusta Health Crossroads


Individuals who have: Persistent feelings of sadness, hopelessness or anxiety, Suicidal behavior and/or thoughts,

Severe mood swings, Self-mutilation, Severe agitation, Hearing voices, Medication complications,

Change in hygiene or grooming habits, Sleep or eating disturbances,

Loss of interest in activities that were once pleasurable

Brain Ede

(540) 885-3481

Depression, Relationship Issues, Anxiety

Compass Youth and Family Services


Applied Behavior Analysis, Specialized Outpatient Counseling (designed for Individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder), Family Counseling

Comprehensive Behavioral Health


Psychiatric Evaluations, Medication Management, Spravato Treatment, TMS Therapy

Cross Keys Equine Therapy


Horses help clients to overcome fear, develop confidence, assert boundaries, overcome unhealthy patterns of relating and overcome inadequate communication patterns.

Family Life Resource Center


Family and Parenting, Marital Relationships, Business Management, Older Adults, Personal and Emotional Issues

Liberty Point Behavioral Health


Provides trauma-informed psychiatric residential treatment for young men. Intended to meet the needs of adolescent males, ages 12 to 17, who are experiencing complex emotional, behavioral, and educational difficulties.

Peaceable Life Therapeutic Services, Inc.


Positive Behavior Support; Substance Dependency Evaluations, Substance Dependency Groups, Couple Counseling, Depression, Anxiety, Trauma, Fostering and Separation, Attachment, Behavioral Challenges, Developmental Diversities, Parenting, Issues Related to Caregiving, Social Skill Building, Adjustment and Life Transitions, Life Purpose and Direction

Sapphire Valley Wellness Center, LLC


Professional Counseling, Mental Health Counseling, Addiction/Substance Abuse Counseling

Shenandoah Art Therapy, LLC


Art Therapy, Trauma Processing, Groups and Workshops

Augusta Psychological Associates


Shenandoah Counseling Associates


Psychological and neuropsychological testing, Individual therapy for adults and adolescents, Child therapy,

Family and couples therapy, Group therapy, Parenting classes

Ronda L. Weber, PhD, LCP, LCSW


Women's Issues, Relationship Issues, Anxiety, Alcohol Use, PTSD

Theresa Murphy Counseling LLC


Adolescent Psychology, Cognitive and Behavioral Psychology, Group & Individual Counseling

Valley Hope Counseling Center


Anxiety or depression, Relationship issues, Domestic violence, Social and emotional issues, Sexual abuse and recovery, Substance abuse and other addictions, Career change/ job stress, Coping with life transitions, LGBTQ+ issues, Anger management, Family and parenting issues, Grief and loss

Valley Pastoral Counseling Center


Provide counseling services to individuals of all ages, couples, families, and groups with a full range of emotional and spiritual concerns.

Victoria Graff Cash, LCSW


Kira Pierce

(571) 497-4620

Eating Disorders, Anxiety, Depression

Jo Ann Shoemaker, LPC


Trauma and PTSD, Behavioral Issues, and Relationship Issues

Mary Powell, LPC, LMFT, LSATP, SAP


Substance Use, Relationship Issues, Trauma and PTSD

Allison Garcia, LPC


Addiction, Depression, Anxiety

Bridgewater Counseling Services, PC


Depression, Anxiety, Relationship Issues, Alcohol Use, Addiction

Poling Therapeutic Group and Rivers of Hope


Depression, Anxiety, Coping Skills, Addiction, Substance and Alcohol Use

Jamie Hiner, MA

540- 426-3948

Anxiety, Grief, Depression

Jeff Lown, MA, EdS, LPC


Depression, Anxiety, Mood Disorders, Bipolar Disorder, Borderline Personality, Men's Issues,

Narcissistic Personality, Relationship Issues, Self Esteem, Stress, Suicidal Ideation, Trauma and PTSD

Residential Providers

*ASAM criteria information here.

Valley Health Winchester Medical Center Inpatient Behavioral Services

Phone: 540-536-8152

1890 Amherst St, Winchester, VA 22601

Individual Psychiatric Assessment, Individual Therapy, Medication Management, Anxiety & Depression Management, Grief Counseling, Assessment & Treatment of Emotional Trauma, Family & Group Modalities of Therapy, Psychopharmacology

Electroconvulsive Therapy (ECT

Pathways Residential Treatment Center (3.5*)

Phone: 434-200-4455 (Referral Number)

3300 Rivermont Ave, Barker-Cowling Building, Lynchburg, VA 24503

Most forms of private insurance and most Medicaid policies

Suboxone Treatment; 21-28 days residential; mild to moderate withdrawl symptoms

Mount Regis Center (3.5 & 3.7*)

Phone and then In-Person Assessment: 855-624-0871

125 Knotbreak Rd, Salem, VA 24153

Aetna, Blue Cross Blue Shield, Cigna, United Healthcare

Detoxification, Medication Management, Individual/Group/Family Therapy, Experiential therapies, fitness classes, detailed discharge planning, and a vibrant educational component

Williamsville Wellness

Phone or 804-599-4357

10515 Cabaniss Ln, Hanover, VA 23069

Anthem, Optima, Optum, Cigna, Magellan, Beacon, United Healthcare, Virginia Premier

28-Day Comprehensive Inpatient Program

Life Center of Galax

Phone: 866-572-3669/ Referral #: 877-201-8630

112 Painter St, Galax, VA 24333

Tricare, Aetna, Blue Cross/Blue Shield (Anthem and others), Cigna, ComPsych

Mental Health Network (MH Net), United Behavioral Health (UBH)/Optum, LifeSynch

Gateway Health Alliance, Primary Physicians Care, First Health Network, Medicaid

Methadone, Buprenorphine, Vivitrol; Discharge is based on each patient's situation and recovery progress

Region 10

Phone: 434-972-1800

500 Old Lynchburg Rd, Charlottesville, VA

Most Insurances and Third-party providers; Sliding Scale Available on Website

Individualized Service Plan (ISP), instruction in activities of daily living, coordination of psychiatric and medical care, education about community resources, opportunities for socialization, and coordination and support of vocational rehabilitation; Average stay is 1-3 years

Blue Ridge Behavioral Healthcare (3.5 & 3.7*)

Phone: 540-344-6208/ Referral #: 540-343-3007

3003 Hollins Rd, Roanoke, VA 24012


Boxwood Recovery Center (3.5*)

CSB (Monday through Thursday 12 pm to 1pm)

Phone: 540-547-2760

15511 Guinn Ln, Culpeper, VA 22701


Phoenix House (3.5*)

Phone: (703) 841-0703 option 1

200 North Glebe Road, Suite 104, Arlington, VA 22203

Aetna, Anthem , Beacon, CareFirst, Cigna, ComPsych, Kaiser Permanente, Magellan Health, Optima Health, United Healthcare, Value Options

Men and Women's Residential Program; Evidence-based treatment solutions

Mohr Center - Men Only (3.5*)

Phone: 434-979-8871

1014 E. Market St, Charlottesville, VA

Most Insurances and Third-party providers; Sliding Scale Available on Website

Men's Residential Program; Supervised Drug Free Housing

S. East Virginia Family Project - Women Only (3.5 & 3.1*)

Phone/CSB: (757)-245-1070

2351 Terminal Avenue, Newport News, VA 23607


Residential Program for Pregnant and Parenting Women with Substance Use Issues

RBHA Hope (3.5*)

Phone/ Rapid Access (Same-day Walk-Ins)

Phone: 804-241-9621

107 S. 5th Street, Richmond, VA 23219


Recovering Hands - Women Only

Residential Peer Recovery Support Center

4067 Beulah Road, Nathalie, VA 24577

Methadone and Suboxone Treatment (MAT)


Phone or Submit a Quick Online Form: 800-805-6989

1445 Rio Road E, Suite 104, Charlottesville, VA 22901

Medicaid, Medicare, and major insurance plans

Methadone and Suboxone Treatment; Outpatient Treatment Facility

ARS Treatment Center

Phone: 800-ARS-9695

103 S. Pantops Dr, Suite 102, Charlottesville, VA 22911

Aetna, Anthem/Blue Cross Blue Shield, Magellan, Optum, Optima, VA Premier, Anthem, VA CCN

Methadone, Suboxone; Counseling services, case management, medical management, and community education

New Season

Form Online (

or Phone (877-284-7074)/ 540-908-3917

30 Baxter Dr, Suites 170 & 180, Harrisonburg, VA 22801

Medicaid, Anthem, Magellan, Optima, United Healthcare, Optum, VA Premier

Methadone, Suboxone, and Buprenorphine; addiction counseling

FCCR Fredericksburg

Phone: 540-426-3633

11720 Main St, Suite 108, Fredericksburg, VA 22408

Aetna, Anthem, Blue Cross Blue Shield (BCBS), Humana, United Behavioral Health, Value Options/Beacon Health, Medicare, Medicare Advantage, Medicaid

Methadone, Buprenorphine/Suboxone, Substance Abuse outpatient counseling

Orchard Mountain

Phone or Submit a Quick Online Form: 434-282-2294

355 Rio Rd W, Suite 203, Charlottesville, VA 22901

Aetna, Anthem, Blue Cross Blue Shield, Optima / (Signa and United Healthcare should be available in the near future)

Family & Individual Counseling, Medical Evaluation, Monitoring Alcohol and Drug Use,

Recovery Maintenance, Educational Groups

Region 10

Phone: 434-972-1800

800 Preston Ave, Charlottesville, VA 22903


MAT Treatment for Opioid Addiction


Phone: 540-887-3200

85 Sangers Ln, Staunton, VA 24401


Office Based Opioid Treatment and MAT; Peer based 12-Step Meetings and other Support Groups;

Individual Case Management


Phone: 540-221-4885

15 Pratts Run, Suite A01 Waynesboro, VA 22980

Medicaid - August 16th, 2021 / For now: Self-Pay (Call for Prices)

Methadone and Buprenorphine


Form Online ( or Phone: 540-569-9625

40 Lambert St., Suite 212, Staunton, VA 24401

Aetna, Medicaid, Medicare, BlueCross BlueShield, United Healthcare

Suboxone, Buprenorphine, Naloxone, Vivitrol;

Staunton Treatment Center

Phone (540-217-6366)


15 Greenhills Dr, Suites 6 & 7, Staunton, VA 24401

VA Premier Medicaid, Magellan Complete Care of Virginia, Anthem HealthKeepers Plus,

and Aetna Better Health of Virginia

Methadone, Suboxone, Naltrexone, and Buprenorphine; Behavioral Health Counseling


Form Online ( or Phone: 540-440-7027

35 Southgate Ct STE 101, Harrisonburg, VA 22801

United Healthcare, Optima, Virginia Premier, Magellan, Aetna Behavioral Health, Anthem PPO/HMO, HealthKeepers and Health Keepers Plus, VA Optum, Veterans Affairs, VA CCN, Medicaid

Strength-focused and recovery-orientated; Individually designed and uses Evidence-Based approaches

Outpatient Treatment

Region 10

Phone: 434-972-1800

800 Preston Ave, Charlottesville, VA 22903



Phone: 540-887-3200

85 Sangers Ln, Staunton, VA 24401


ARROW Project

Phone: 540-255-0972

11 Middlebrook Ave, Staunton

Medicaid (MH), Self Pay, Optum, Anthem, Virginia Premiere, Optimate Health, Grant funds for SUD cts

Spero Health

Phone: 540-779-7524

2303 N Augusta St, Ste B, Staunton

Medicaid, Most Commercial Insurances


Form Online ( or Phone: 540-440-7027

35 Southgate Ct STE 101, Harrisonburg, VA 22801

United Healthcare, Optima, Virginia Premier, Magellan, Aetna Behavioral Health, Anthem PPO/HMO, HealthKeepers and Health Keepers Plus, VA Optum, Veterans Affairs, VA CCN, Medicaid

Bridging the Gap or Phone: 804-986-0044

10515 Crestwood Dr Suite 103 Manassas VA 20109

2114 Dabney Rd Suite C Richmond VA 23230

Intensive Outpatient Therapy

Overdose and Addiction Statistics for Minority and Marginalized Populations

Substance Abuse Statistics about African Americans

Racial Disparities

Opioid Addiction in the LBGTQ Community

Harm Reduction

VDH Comprehensive Harm Reduction

Comprehensive Harm Reduction and Syringe Services Program

Virginia Harm Reduction Coalition

Insight Recovery Center

NEXT Distro

VA Comprehensive Harm Reduction Collaborative

“The philosophy of harm reduction has roots in the public health approach. It does not endorse drug use, but accepts drug use as a reality and focuses on reducing its harmful consequences, including death, HIV, hepatitis C, criminal activity, and incarceration” (Hawk, Vaca, & D'Onofrio, 2015). This includes access to: medication (opioid – eg methadone, buprenorphine- augments traditional counseling/behavioral therapy to reduce craving/withdrawal) – availability limited by cost, also aversion to treatment located in the area. “Many harm reduction organizations have incorporated naloxone distribution into their scope of services. The logic behind naloxone take-home programs is that when it comes to reversing an opioid overdose, time matters. It has been well reported that many overdoses are witnessed by individuals who would be willing to intervene and provide assistance [35,73,81]. Naloxone is an opioid antagonist, which means that it displaces opioids from opioid receptors and prevents additional opioid from binding. Naloxone rapidly reverses the effect of opioids, including analgesia and respiratory depression, and lasts 20 to 90 minutes, allowing individuals to access medical care. Naloxone administration by intranasal and intramuscular administration has been shown to be safe and effective with minimal training [37,82,83]. Naloxone has been used for in-hospital opioid reversal for more than 40 years, and although rare side effects have been reported, it has an excellent safety profile [38,84]" (Hawk, Vaca, & D'Onofrio, 2015).


Hawk, K. F., Vaca, F. E., & D'Onofrio, G. (2015). Reducing Fatal Opioid Overdose: Prevention, Treatment and Harm Reduction Strategies. The Yale journal of biology and medicine, 88(3), 235–245.