Virginia Drug and Alcohol Abuse Rehab Center

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.

Treatment Centers in Virginia

RBHA - Women's Treatment Center

Richmond, VA


(7 Reviews)

The Farley Center

Williamsburg, VA


(76 Reviews)


McLean, VA


(13 Reviews)

Bethany Hall

Roanoke, VA


(2 Reviews)

Mount Regis Center

Salem, VA


(25 Reviews)
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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 1-888-744-0069 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.


    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.



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