Virginia has more than 200 drug and alcohol rehabilitation programs across the state, and they are usually helping over 21,000 people in the state each year. One of the biggest shortcomings of the rehab facilities in Virginia is that only about 7 percent of people enrolled in treatment on a given day are participating in residential or inpatient services.
If you are looking for a drug rehab center for someone from Virginia, we can help. We assist people in locating treatment facilities for alcohol and other drug addictions based on their needs. Either click on a city below to browse program listings or contact us to learn more about recovery services. We can help you find out more about your insurance coverage and find rehabs additional options you may not have been aware of.
Virginia Addiction Treatment Information
Virginia has more than 22,000 people enrolled in treatment for substance abuse problems on a given day. This is a couple thousand more compared to a few years ago.
Among the people in Virginia enrolled in substance use treatment, 39.0% were in treatment for a drug problem only, 19.2% were in treatment for an alcohol problem only, and 41.7% were in treatment for problems with both drugs and alcohol.
In Virginia, nearly 460,000 people aged 12 or older were dependent on or abused alcohol within the year prior to being surveyed, which is slightly lower than before.
About 160,000 people in the same age group in Virginia were dependent on or abused illicit drugs within the year prior to being surveyed.
Roughly 400,000 people aged 21 or older reported heavy alcohol use within the month prior to being surveyed. Of these, about 1 in 20 received treatment for alcohol use within the year prior to being surveyed.
Among people aged 12 or older in Virginia with alcohol dependence or abuse, about 46,000 received treatment for their alcohol use within the year prior to being surveyed.
There were more than 5,000 people in Virginia receiving methadone as part of their substance usetreatment, and another 1,200 receiving buprenorphine. These numbers are up significantly compared to a few years earlier, which were less than 3,800 and under 400, respectively.
Among the people in Virginia aged 12 or older with illicit drug dependence or abuse, about 29,000 received treatment for their illicit drug use within the year prior to being surveyed.
Here are some additional resources for recovery and support groups in Virginia.
Virginia Drug Rehabs by City
- Abingdon (1)
Belle Haven (1)
Big Stone Gap (1)
Cedar Bluff (1)
Colonial Heights (1)
Falls Church (2)
Fort Lee (1)
Front Royal (1)
Glen Allen (1)
Great Falls (1)
Hot Springs (1)
King George (1)
King William (1)
Newport News (4)
Prince George (1)
Providence Forge (1)
Rocky Mount (1)
Ruther Glen (1)
South Boston (1)
Virginia Beach (11)
Weber City (1)
Virginia Recovery Support
Piedmont Area http://www.piedmontvana.org
Tar Roanoke Area (Emporia) http://tarroanokeareana.org
Shenandoah Valley Area http://www.shevana.org
Central Atlantic Region Phone: 800.777-1515 http://www.car-na.org
Roanoke Valley Area http://roanokena.com
Rappahannock Area http://www.rappahannockareaofna.com
Chesapeake & Potomac Region Phone: 800-543-4670 http://www.cprna.org
Outer Limits Area http://www.outerlimitsareana.org
Beach Area (Portsmouth, Chesapeake, Norfolk, Suffolk) Phone: 866-972-5055 http://www.virginiabeachna.org
Tidewater Area http://www.tidewaterareana.org
Peninsula Area (Carrollton, Gloucester, Grafton, Hampton, Kilmarnock, Newport News, Williamsburg) http://peninsulaareana.org
Greater Richmond Phone: 804-965-1871 http://www.metrorichna.org
Tri-Cities Area Phone: 804-965-1871 http://www.tricitiesareaofna.org
Virginia State Agency Resources
Virginia Department of Behavioral Health & Developmental Services
P.O. Box 1797
Richmond, VA 23218-1797
Phone Number: (804)-786-3906
Fax Number: (804)-786-9248