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If you or a loved one has alcohol abuse problems, you should locate alcohol abuse treatment immediately. As with many addictions, alcohol can easily destroy your personal and professional life, and your body as well. Using alcohol to excess over long periods of time can damage the liver, pancreas, and throat, lead to high blood pressure and is associated with various cancers. But unlike many other frequently abused drugs, rapid alcohol detoxing can actually be life-threatening if not done with proper supervision.

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Local AA Meetings in Richmond, VA
TypeMeeting Name @ LocationAddress Day/Time
Details
AARichmond Friday @ St. Felicitas School Richmond, VA, 23276 Friday @ 8:00 pm
Wednesday @ 8:00 pm
Format: Open Discussion
AAFresh Start @ Fresh Start Richmond, VA, 23276 Saturday @ 8:00 pm
AAWe Think Not @ Kaiser Bldg C 3rd Flr Richmond, VA, 23276 Saturday @ 10:00 am
AA901 Nevin St. @ 901 Nevin St. Richmond, VA, 23276 Thursday @ 12:00 am Format: Discussion
AARevelation Mission @ Revelation Mission Richmond, VA, 23276 Tuesday @ 7:00 pm
AAFirst Edition @ Congregational Church Richmond, VA, 23276 Thursday @ 7:00 pm Format: Big Book
AA770 Sonoma @ 770 Sonoma Richmond, VA, 23276 Wednesday @ 8:15 pm Format: Discussion
AAHoly Trinity Church @ Holy Trinity Church Richmond, VA, 23276 Wednesday @ 8:30 pm
AAHoly Trinity Church @ Holy Trinity Church Richmond, VA, 23276 Friday @ 12:00 pm
Monday @ 12:00 pm
Format: Discussion
AARichmond Day Timer's Group @ DRESDEN RICHMOND UNITED METHODIST CHURCH Richmond, VA, 23276 Saturday @ 12:00 am Format: Big Book Study, Literature
AARichmond Daytimer's Group @ DRESDEN RICHMOND UNITED METHODIST CHURCH Richmond, VA, 23276 Thursday @ 6:00 pm Format: Step Study
AARichmond AA Also Meets Sunday Am. @ Police Station Richmond, VA, 23276 Friday @ 6:00 pm Format: Discussion
AALiving Sober @ Police Station Richmond, VA, 23276 Sunday @ 10:00 am Format: Discussion
AARichmond A.A. Also Meets Thursday. @ Police Station Richmond, VA, 23276 Tuesday @ 6:00 pm Format: Discussion
AAWomen In Recovery @ Police Station Richmond, VA, 23276 Tuesday @ 10:00 am Format: Step
AAAfter All- Living Sober @ Parish House Richmond, VA, 23276 Thursday @ 7:00 pm Format: Closed, Discussion
AACrystal Meth Anonymous Beginners' Meeting @ Parish house Boulevard United Methodist Church 319 N Blvd, Richmond, VA, 23220 Friday @ 7:30 pm Format: Open, Speaker, Discussion, Beginners
AANot Saints @ First English Lutheran Church 1603 Monument Ave, Richmond, VA, 23220 Wednesday @ 5:30 pm Format: Open, Discussion
AAWednesday Gay Group @ St. James Episcopal Church 1205 Franklin St, Richmond, VA, 23220 Thursday @ 5:45 pm Format: Closed
AA210 Women Working Together @ 210 Madison Clubhouse 210 Madison St, Richmond, VA, 23220 Sunday @ 12:00 am Format: Speaker/Raffle
AAEarly Morning Serentity @ Richmond REBOS 6000 Midlothian Tpke, Richmond, VA, 23225 Monday @ 5:30 pm Format: Open Discussion
AA5:30 Commuter Meeting @ Richmond REBOS 6000 Midlothian Tpke, Richmond, VA, 23225 Monday @ 12:00 am Format: Open Discussion
AA5:30 Beginners Meeting @ Richmond REBOS 6000 Midlothian Tpke, Richmond, VA, 23225 Monday @ 11:30 am Format: Open Discussion/Beginner
AASouthside Recovery @ Richmond REBOS 6000 Midlothian Tpke, Richmond, VA, 23225 Tuesday @ 7:30 pm Format: Open Discussion
AAStep Meeting @ Richmond REBOS 6000 Midlothian Tpke, Richmond, VA, 23225 Saturday @ 12:00 am Format: Step Meeting
AASky's The Limit (Women's Meeting) @ Richmond REBOS 6000 Midlothian Tpke, Richmond, VA, 23225 Saturday @ 11:00 am Format: Rotating
AANew Beginnings @ Richmond REBOS 6000 Midlothian Tpke, Richmond, VA, 23225 Sunday @ 10:00 am Format: Open Discussion
AAFreeway Brunch @ Villa DeBorally Richmond, VA, 23276 Monday @ 8:00 pm Format: Open Discussion
AARichmond Hts. Monday @ St. Felicitas Richmond, VA, 23276 Saturday @ 7:00 pm Format: Open Discussion
AAFriends Of Bill W @ Richmond REBOS 6000 Midlothian Tpke, Richmond, VA, 23225 Thursday @ 8:30 pm Format: Speaker
AAStep Out Sober @ Wesley United Methodist Richmond, VA, 23276 Friday @ 8:00 pm Format: Step Sudy
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The Alcoholic Treatment Process

Alcoholism Intervention

The expertise of a qualified interventionist is often needed to help the abuser come to terms with the damage their drinking is doing to themselves and those closest to them. An intervention entails bringing together those closest to the alcohol abuser, seriously talking about their addiction, and requesting they to enter a substance abuse treatment clinic.

  • Amy Thomas
    1900 Byrd Ave Ste 200
    Richmond, VA 23230
    (804) 419-4014
  • Henry Morris
    2008 Bremo Rd Ste 103
    Richmond, VA 23226
    (804) 419-5989
  • Susan Buniva
    312 Granite Ave # 4
    Richmond, VA 23226
    (804) 571-0270
  • Regina Collins
    12359 Sunrise Valley Dr Ste 320
    Reston, VA 20191
    (703) 997-1607

Alcohol Detox Program

Detoxifying is the process of washing the abused intoxicants from the body, in this case alcohol. While it sounds simple, there are a number of serious, unpleasant withdrawal side effects that can keep people from getting the treatment they need. Many of these can be treated with medicine at most treatment programs you'll find in Richmond, VA.

  • Prakash G. Ettigi M.D.
    3212 Cutshaw Avenue Suite 303
    Richmond, VA 23230
    (804) 353-3324
  • Shama Saiyed M.D.
    7135 Jahnke Road
    Richmond, VA 23225
    (804) 330-3334
  • Louis Karl Duchin M.D.
    McGuire VA Medical Center 1201 Broad Rock Boulevard
    Richmond, VA 23249
    (804) 675-5000x4220
  • Gregory James Pleasants M.D.
    1805 Monument Avenue Suite 309
    Richmond, VA 23220
    (804) 355-0600
  • Juanita Garrett M.D.
    505 West Leigh Street
    Richmond, VA 23220
    (804) 274-0216
  • Elmer E. Neil M.D.
    2825 Rady Street
    Richmond, VA 23222
    (804) 640-0162
  • Victoria E. Grady M.D.
    1606 Hull Street
    Richmond, VA 23224
    (804) 230-4913
  • Gregory Lyman Condie D.O.
    Foundation Medical LLC 7135 Jahnke Road
    Richmond, VA 23225
    (804) 506-0526
  • Maria Carolina Haine M.D.
    Insight Physicians 2006 Bremo Road, Suite 101
    Richmond, VA 23226
    (804) 288-1881
  • Akm Sulaman M.D.
    Hunter Holmes McGuire VA Medical Center 1201 Broad Rock Boulevard
    Richmond, VA 23249
    (804) 675-5000x2093
  • Jefferson Maurice Sommers M.D.
    905 Southlake Boulevard Suite C
    Richmond, VA 23236
    (804) 419-0492
  • Joyce LaFon Whitaker M.D.
    1127 North 29th Street
    Richmond, VA 23223
    (804) 648-6153
  • Armistead E. Henderer M.D.
    7427 Brook Road
    Richmond, VA 23227
    (804) 301-5186
  • Amenra F. Tuason M.D.
    McGuire Verterans Hospital 1201 Broad Rock Boulevard
    Richmond, VA 23228
    (804) 399-6156
  • Renuka Evani M.D.
    Richmond Behavioral Health 107 South Fifth Street
    Richmond, VA 23219
    (804) 819-4120
  • William Ronald Gaertner M.D.
    Family Counseling Center for Recovery 4906 Radford Avenue
    Richmond, VA 23230
    (804) 354-1996

Residential Alcohol Rehabilitation Centers

Exclusive Richmond alcohol rehabs are proven to have a lower rate of client relapses than outpatient centers, which is one reason why many find them a better alternative when attempting to get clear of alcohol. There are many private options available for those seeking first-class amenities during their stay. 30-day, 60-day and 90-day regimens of rehab are typical for these centers.

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Addiction Therapies and Aftercare Following Inpatient Treatment

Maintaining a sober life is a long-term decision, but for those who feel like they need further services after leaving rehabilitation, addiction therapy is a fine choice. Through group meetings and counseling, those finishing recovery can continue to get counseling and get the extra nudge they need to stay sober.

  • Pamela A Schalow
    3500 Kensington Ave Ste A3
    Richmond, VA 23221
    (804) 615-2222
  • Kara Meszaros
    5501 Patterson Ave Ste 103
    Richmond, VA 23226
    (804) 414-8314
  • Charlotte Markva
    1805 Monument Ave Ste 312
    Richmond, VA 23220
    (804) 254-7643
  • Lynne B Einhaus
    720 Moorefield Park Dr Ste 204
    Richmond, VA 23236
    (804) 223-0917
  • Allie Burrow
    5516 Falmouth St Ste 305
    Richmond, VA 23230
    (804) 793-9437 x204
  • Lisa Lisanti
    1617 Monument Ave Ste 301
    Richmond, VA 23220
    (804) 562-6604
  • Katie Neidow Hill
    3421 Hawthorne Ave
    Richmond, VA 23222
    (757) 517-2562
  • Erica Mindes
    413 Stuart Cir Ste 200-a
    Richmond, VA 23220
    (804) 313-9980
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