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Substance abuse may be prominent in Virginia, but thankfully there are many professional treatment programs to help both residents and out-of-state visitors get the necessary care. The directory listings included on this page are a great place to start. Spend some time researching the right drug and alcohol rehab center for your own unique needs.

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Treatment Centers in Virginia

Bethany Hall
1109 Franklin Road SW Roanoke, VA 24016
4.5
(2)
Edge Hill Retreat Center
315 East Cork Street Winchester, VA 22601
4.2
(23)
Human Resources, Inc. - Willow Oaks Residential Treatment
114 Willow Oaks Lane Cartersville, VA 23027
4.2
(4)
Pathways Iop & Intake Center
1770 Earley Farm Road Amherst, VA 24521
4.0
(15)
Bridging the Gaps, Inc.
423 West Cork Street Winchester, VA 22601
4.0
(3)
The Harrison House Of Virginia
5105Q Backlick Rd. Annandale, VA 22003
3.7
(5)
Prince William Medical Center
8700 Sudley Road Manassas, VA 20110
3.6
(3)
Mount Regis Center
125 Knotbreak Rd Salem, VA 24153
3.6
(26)
RBHA - Women's Treatment Center
107 South Fifth Street Richmond, VA 23219
3.5
(7)
Sagebrush Treatment Center
7921 Jones Branch Drive, Suite 400 McLean, VA 22102
3.4
(13)
The Farley Center
5477 Mooretown Road Williamsburg, VA 23188
3.3
(76)
Latch Key Projects, LLC
1157 S. Military Hwy Suite 202-B Chesapeake, VA 23320
Valley Community Services Board
85 Sanger's Lane Staunton, VA 24401
5.0
(1)
Blue Ridge Behavioral Healthcare - Burrell Center
611 McDowell Avenue Roanoke, VA 24016
4.0
(1)
City of Virginia Beach — Behavioral Health Division
409 Birdneck Circle Virginia Beach, VA 23451
4.0
(1)
Phoenix House - Men'S Residential Center
521 North Quincy Street Arlington, VA 22203
2.6
(4)
Hampton Newport News CSB Partners in Recovery
400 Medical Drive Hampton, VA 23666
Agape Counseling and Therapeutic Franklin Office
106 West 5th Avenue Franklin, VA 23851
Fairfax-Falls Church Community Services Board
8221 Willow Oaks Corporate Drive Fairfax, VA 22031
Boxwood Detox and Recovery Program
15511 Guinn Lane Culpeper, VA 22701
Dinwiddie Counseling Services
13900 Courthouse Road Dinwiddie, VA 23841
District 19 Community Services Board
3660 Boulevard Colonial Heights, VA 23834
Chesterfield County Community Corrections Dual Tx Track
10111 Krause Road Chesterfield, VA 23832
Region Ten Community Services Board Mohr Center
1014 East Market Street Charlottesville, VA 22902
Fairfax Detox Center
4213 Walney Road Chantilly, VA 20151
Orchard Mountain Recovery
355 Rio Road West Charlottesville, VA 22901
Addiction Allies LLC
233 Hydraulic Ridge Road Charlottesville, VA 22901
Cumberland Mountain Comm Servs Board Substance Abuse Program
113 Cumberland Road Cedar Bluff, VA 24609
Agape Counseling and Therapeutic Eastern Shore Office
15249 Arthurs Court Belle Haven, VA 23306
Ethos Foundation
225 North Washington Street Alexandria, VA 22314
South County Youth Services
8350 Richmond Highway Alexandria, VA 22310
Prince William County Community Services Board
15941 Donald Curtis Drive Woodbridge, VA 22191
Virginia Recovery
2251 Valley Avenue Winchester, VA 22601
Region Ten Community Services Board Greene County Office
9963 Spotswood Trail Stanardsville, VA 22973
Richmond Treatment Center Metro Treatment of Virginia LP
2217 East Franklin Street Richmond, VA 23223
Richmond Southside Treatment Center Metro Treatment of Virginia LP
9609 Jefferson Davis Highway Richmond, VA 23237
Dominion Outpatient Services
2004 Bremo Road Richmond, VA 23226
Daily Planet Health Services
517 West Grace Street Richmond, VA 23220
Council on Alcoholism Lord Fairfax Community Inc
512 South Braddock Street Winchester, VA 22601
Vanguard Services Unlimited Phoenix Program
521 Quincy Street Arlington, VA 22203
Family Counseling Center for Recovery
4906 Radford Avenue Richmond, VA 23230
Bethany Hall
1109 Franklin Road Southwest Roanoke, VA 24016
Bacon Street Youth And Family Services Williamsburg
247 McLaws Circle Williamsburg, VA 23185
The Farley Center
5477 Mooretown Road Williamsburg, VA 23188
Goochland Powhatan Community Services Powhatan Village Building
3910 Old Buckingham Road Powhatan, VA 23139
Norfolk Community Services Board Tidewater Drive Center
7460 Tidewater Drive Norfolk, VA 23505
GHR Center
850 Tidewater Drive Norfolk, VA 23504
A Beautiful Mind LLC Reflections
5750 Chesapeake Boulevard Norfolk, VA 23513
Hampton Newport News CSB Southeastern Family Project
2351 Terminal Avenue Newport News, VA 23607
Passages
817 Starling Avenue Martinsville, VA 24112
Addiction Allies LLC
2137 Lakeside Drive Lynchburg, VA 24501
Living Free Health Services
4306 Evergreen Lane, Suite 204 Annandale, VA 22003
Intercept True North Health Clinic
5673 Airport Road Roanoke, VA 24012
Sagebrush Treatment Inc Residential/Inpatient
11740 Plantation Drive Great Falls, VA 22066
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Blue Cross Blue Shield Virginia

BCBS of Virginia: Health Insurance for Drug and Alcohol Rehab Centers

If you have a substance use disorder (SUD) and are looking for help with your addiction, the first step on your road to recovery is finding the right drug and alcohol rehab center.

One primary goal of addiction treatment (after discontinuing drug use) is to return people to productive functioning within their family, workplace, and community, according to the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA).1

For those with Blue Cross Blue Shield health insurance, your benefits may cover all or part of drug and alcohol rehab. Based on your needs and treatment plan, these services may include:

Does BCBS Cover Rehab Centers in VA?

Blue Cross Blue Shield is offered throughout Virginia as Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield Virginia and CareFirst BlueCross BlueShield.2 Like most health insurance plans, you may be responsible for costs such as your deductible, copays, coinsurance, and out-of-pocket maximum.

Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield Virginia plans are offered across a range of price levels and include bronze, silver, and gold plans.3 CareFirst BlueCross BlueShield plans are similar, offered at silver, gold, and catastrophic levels through HMO and PPO plans.4

Mental health, behavioral health, and substance abuse services must be covered as essential health benefits according to the Affordable Care Act.5 The best way to find out your exact coverage levels for drug and alcohol addiction treatment is to verify your benefits. To speak with an admissions navigator, call

Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield Virginia

Anthem of Virginia: Health Insurance for Drug and Alcohol Rehab Centers

There are over 8.6 million people residing in Virginia.1 Such a large population contributes to high numbers of substance misuse challenges.2 If you are coping with drug or alcohol addiction, you can count on your Anthem health insurance plan for help with addiction treatment in Virginia.

You can also take comfort in knowing you are not alone in your quest for well-being when it comes to substance misuse. A 2019 report indicates that 25,833 people sought treatment in a Virginia substance misuse facility.2 Of all the drugs that people sought help with detox, the most common were alcohol, opiates, cocaine, marijuana, and methamphetamines.

The breakdown of individuals who went into drug rehab and addiction treatment centers in Virginia in 2019 is as follows:2

  • 7,421 sought treatment with alcohol being either the primary or secondary substance used.
  • Opiate misuse—whether related to heroin or other opiate drugs—was the reason 6,705 people went for substance abuse treatment.
  • 2,408 Virginia residents checked into a substance abuse treatment center for help with cocaine or crack misuse.
  • Marijuana/hashish was a substance that 4,514 people went into treatment for.
  • Methamphetamine/amphetamines were the primary substance for which 2,602 sought a rehab treatment plan at a substance abuse facility.

This report, produced by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), indicates that alcohol is the most used substance in the state.

Does Anthem Cover Rehab Centers in VA?

Seeking inpatient treatment, outpatient treatment, or a detoxification program is a good first step for anyone struggling with substance misuse. Access your Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield Virginia coverage for drug and alcohol rehab and begin the journey to wellness.

You can discuss Anthem treatment in Virginia with an admissions navigator at American Addiction Centers. Our admissions navigators will be able to check your insurance coverage instantly when you call. Call today

United Healthcare

United Healthcare Insurance for Alcohol and Drug Addiction Treatment in VA

Between 2017–2019 in Virginia, an average of 488,000 people aged 12 or older—about 6.9% of the state’s population—reported past-year substance use disorder.1 Specifically, the prevalence of past-year alcohol use disorder in Virginia among the same population was 5.1%, or about 357,000 people.1 Additionally, in 2020, there was a 17% increase in opioid-related drug overdose deaths, with an average of 4 Virginians dying every day of an opioid overdose.2

If you or a loved one is struggling with addiction in Virginia, you’re not alone. Of the 25,609 people enrolled in treatment in Virginia—based on a single day count from March 2019—57.5% were being treated for a drug problem only, 12% were treated for an alcohol problem, and 30.5% were treated for both.1

United Healthcare Insurance Coverage for Inpatient and Outpatient Rehab Treatment in VA

Regardless of the type of treatment you may need, it usually comes at a cost. Fortunately, if you have a Virginia United Healthcare Insurance plan, you may be able to use your plan to cover all or some of the portion of drug rehab and addiction treatment.

Every plan covers mental health and drug abuse treatment differently. To instantly check your insurance coverage to see how it covers inpatient and outpatient rehab treatment in Virginia, you can call the number on the back of your insurance card. You can also work with a rehab center directly or call the confidential American Addiction Centers (AAC) helpline. Don’t wait any longer to get the help you need; reach out to AAC today. Call .

Aetna

Aetna of VA: Health Insurance for Drug and Alcohol Rehab Centers

In the state of Virginia, 16.1% of the adult population reported excessive drinking.1 But, Virginia substance use disorders encompass more than just alcohol use disorder. In 2017–2019, about 857,000 Virginians aged 12 or older cited past-year marijuana use, 26,000 cited past-year heroin use, and 237,000 cited past-year misuse of prescription pain relievers.2 These statistics show that if you’re struggling with addiction in Virginia, you’re not alone.

Many choose to enter drug rehab and addiction treatment to recover from their addiction, but the cost of rehab can cause some patients to not get the care they need. If you have an Aetna of Virginia health insurance plan, you may be able to use it to cover some or all the costs of care.

Does Aetna Cover Rehab Centers in VA?

Aetna of Virginia provides health insurance plans across many markets, including individual, family, and employer-sponsored plans.3 There are many different plan types and tiers of coverage across all plans offered in Aetna of Virginia.

Every plan provides different levels of coverage, but as mandated by federal health care law, almost all U.S. health plans must provide some level of coverage for behavioral health and substance use disorder treatment.4 To check your benefits and coverage details, call the number on the back of your insurance card or reach out to an admissions navigator at American Addiction Centers at .

Cigna

Cigna Insurance for Alcohol and Drug Addiction Treatment in Virginia

Cigna insurance plans are offered across the country, including in the state of Virginia. Those with a Cigna health insurance plan in Virginia may be able to use it for drug rehab and addiction treatment. This can be beneficial, since substance use disorder affects hundreds of thousands in the state.

Specifically, of Virginians aged 12 or older, 357,000 cited past-year alcohol use disorder, 195,000 cited past-year illicit drug use disorder, and 237,000 cited past-year misuse of prescription pain relievers from 2017–2019.1

For those who are struggling with alcohol addiction or another substance use disorder, getting treatment is one of the first steps on their path to recovery. Depending on the health insurance plan you have, you may be able to use your Cigna of Virginia health plan to cover some or all of the costs associated with rehab.

Cigna Insurance Coverage for Inpatient and Outpatient Rehab Treatment in Virginia

There are several types of rehab treatment options available in Virginia, including inpatient and outpatient rehab programs. What’s more, the type of Cigna insurance plan that you have will affect the coverage for rehab treatment you receive. Cigna provides insurance plans to individuals and families, as well as employer-sponsored health plans.2

To find out what’s covered under your Cigna insurance plan, it’s recommended that you check your benefits and coverage. You can do this by calling the number on the back of your insurance card, calling the American Addiction Centers helpline, or instantly checking your insurance coverage online. Call and learn more about the services available to you.

Addiction Treatment & Rehab Centers in Virginia

Cities in Virginia

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Information about rehab in Virginia

VA Substance Abuse Facts

Drug and alcohol abuse is a significant problem in Virginia. In 2015, about 25,000 people in Virginia over the age of 12 had used heroin in the past year, and approximately 397,000 Virginians qualified for diagnosis of an alcohol use disorder.1 

Nationwide, an estimated 21.7 million people needed treatment for a substance use disorder in 2015; however, less than 11% of those people actually received that treatment.2 Getting the proper care to the people who need it is a major initiative of addiction specialists, community organizations, and government initiatives. 

 

In Virginia, more than 22,000 people were enrolled in substance abuse treatment on a single-day count conducted in 2015.1 Of those, 40% were in treatment for both alcohol and drug abuse, showing the prevalence of polysubstance abuse.

Getting Addiction Treatment Help in VA

Every person in addiction treatment has a unique set of needs, and rehab facilities offer a range of features and amenities to choose from.

Knowing your options and determining what’s most important to you is the first step. Call rehab facilities in your desired area to learn more about:

  • Program details.
  • Insurance coverage.
  • Length of stay.
  • Family involvement.
  • Amenities such as private rooms or complementary wellness activities such as yoga classes.

Where Else Can I Find Help in VA?

If money is short, there are still plenty of ways for you to enter a substance abuse rehab center and receive addiction treatment and/or detox services. Government insurance providers like Medicare and Medicaid are currently required to provide benefits for addiction treatment.

There are also a number of rehab facilities that are happy to work with patients to set up payment options that meet their needs. This could mean a sliding scale option, in which the amount you’re charged is based on your ability to pay. Another option is a payment installation plan, which can be set up either directly with the treatment center or through a third party that provides low-interest loans and credit cards to help cover healthcare costs.

Recovery groups and 12-step programs like Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous are also excellent resources, regardless of whether you’ve completed an addiction treatment program. In fact, many treatment centers rely on 12-step groups as the cornerstone of their recovery and aftercare programs.

Resources in Virginia

If you need help finding or paying for addiction treatment in Virginia, here are some helpful links to get you started:

For more information about specific treatment options in your area, or to learn more about Virginia rehabs or other treatment options if you’re planning to travel from out of state, call today. A treatment support specialist will be able to answer all your questions relating to types of care and treatment, alternative therapies, how to pay it, and what to do as your next step.

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Sources
  1. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. (2017). Behavioral Health Barometer: Virginia, Volume 4: Indicators as measured through the 2015 National Survey on Drug Use and Health, the National Survey of Substance Abuse Treatment Services, and the Uniform Reporting System. HHS Publication No. SMA–17–Baro– 16–States–VA. Rockville, MD.
  1. Center for Behavioral Health Statistics and Quality. (2016). Key substance use and mental health indicators in the United States: Results from the 2015 National Survey on Drug Use and Health.HHS Publication No. SMA 16-4984, NSDUH Series H-51.