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Drug and Alcohol Addiction Treatment Centers in Courtland, Virginia

If dependency to alcohol or medication is impacting your work and home life, Courtland has quite a few excellent drug abuse centers to help you or someone you care about. Whether addicted to Amphetamine, opiate drugs, painkillers or alcohol, we can help you connect with rehabilitation to get the perfect help available. You can even find executive or exclusive treatment in Courtland to make rehabilitation as easy as possible.

Treatment Centers near Courtland, VA

Behavioral Health Group
1333 Carrsville Highway Franklin, VA 23851
- 9 Miles Away
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Latest Reviews of Rehabs in Virginia

Bethany Hall

Program uses the Theraputic Community model. Treatment is intense, but facilitates major changes in a relatively short period of time. My only complaint about the program is the lack of emphasis on 12 step programs as a means of achieving long-term recovery.

- Kelly
4 out of 5
Roanoke, VA

Edgehill Recovery Retreat Center

My stay was very positive and the staff as amazing. I gained new friends and lots of knowledge as to my addiction I have went on to move and start over witch was a no go before. I am happy and moving forward. Those guy s there are why I am who I am today

- Eric
4.7 out of 5
Winchester, VA

Recovery Unplugged at Harrison House

It's a great place, the counselor gives amazing lectures on how the brain works, and he's figured out things about addiction and how the brain changes as your addiction progresses and the possibility of basically rewiring the brain to enjoy other things to combat addiction. It's all very exciting to think about retraining your behaviors on that level, to feel hope about actually being happily sober. Most of the counselors are amazing, caring people, the living situation is awesome, and you learn and do so many cool things. The counselor that made me leave made did it arbitrarily and unfairly. I had my boyfriend and family in the living room because I thought you were allowed to show your visitors the home you were living at. I was made to leave, but my friend who had her boyfriend in our room was not even talked to about that. I really think that I could have gotten a lot from the treatment. I was so upset that I obviously relapsed... hard.

- J.W.
5 out of 5
Annandale, VA