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The opioid epidemic has hit Virginia hard with 1,193 overdoses involving opioids in 2018.

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Recovery Unplugged – Harrison House of Northern Virginia

Annandale, VA

Multiple Levels of Care

855-734-4364

Cove Forge Behavioral Health Center

Williamsburg, PA

Multiple Levels of Care

844-225-6578

Bowling Green Brandywine

Kennett Square, PA

Multiple Levels of Care

844-797-7507

MeadowWood Behavioral Health

New Castle, DE

Multiple Levels of Care

855-609-4051

Banyan Delaware

Milford, DE

Full Spectrum of Care

855-925-2492

Ambrosia Treatment Center – Northeast

Philadelphia, PA

Multiple Levels of Care

866-970-0918

White Deer Run

Allenwood, PA

Multiple Levels of Care

877-638-3697

Banyan Philadelphia

Philadelphia, PA

Full Spectrum of Care

855-661-4722

Boca Recovery Center – New Jersey

Galloway, NJ

Full Spectrum of Care

855-628-9076

Huntington Creek Recovery Center

Shickshinny, PA

Multiple Levels of Care

844-892-1288

Right Path Addiction Treatment Centers

Virginia Beach, VA

Multiple Levels of Care

855-982-0704

Clearbrook Treatment Centers

Laurel, PA

Full Spectrum of Care

855-661-4722

Ashburn Substance Abuse

Virginia has had its fair share of challenges with drugs. In cases involving prescription opioids, doctors wrote 44.8 prescriptions per every 100 people. In the previous year, thousands of Virginians contracted HIV/AIDs through shared needles, with 7.1% stemming from drug-related injections for women, and 6% for men.

Ashburn, located in Loundon county, has seen a spike in heroin overdoses and abuse since 2010. In that year, the county suffered 80 heroin overdoses, with 20 out of the 80 fatally overdosing. In 2014, the county saw 31 fatal overdoses due to heroin abuse. The county’s EMT administered Narcan, the drug to revive those who have overdoses from opioids, 13 times in one year. In 2015, a highly publicized drug bust occurred in Loundon county consisting of the seizing of: “2.5 pounds of cocaine, 1 kilo of cocaine, 5 ounces of crack cocaine, 1.5 ounces of heroin, 6 pounds of marijuana, 5 ounces of PCP, 429 ecstasy pills, prescription pills and $60,000 in cash.” This drug bust has been dubbed as “the largest drug bust in Loundon county history.”

Treatment Options: Inpatient Rehab

Inpatient rehab offers many benefits for those wanting to be fully immersed in the recovery process. Someone seeking inpatient rehab would have to stay on campus for extended timeframes depending on their recovery needs. For example, some recovery plans feature a 28-day stay, while others recommend up to 6 months of recovery. After patients check into the facility, they get one-on-one counseling to uncover the root and motivating factors for their substance abuse. Inpatient rehab provides cutting-edge medication and is ideal for patients willing to sacrifice their job and daily commitments for the recommended recovery time.

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With just 30 days at a rehab center, you can get clean and sober, start therapy, join a support group, and learn ways to manage your cravings.

Attending a facility and choosing to stay on campus allows someone to be fully engaged in the recovery proves. Patients receive hands-on, around-the-clock care for needed support. Support groups allow individuals to be vulnerable and heal in safe spaces. He or she can discuss relationship patterns and ways to salvage relationships after recovery. Individuals can make friends, and in some cases, can have relatives present in family-friendly support groups. Therapies like yoga and adventure therapy are featured in inpatient rehab. Lastly, the rate of recovery tends to be higher with inpatient rehab.

Treatment Options: Outpatient Rehab

Outpatient rehab is ideal for patients who do not want to or cannot give up commitments. This means patients still receive cutting edge medications needed for detox. Additionally, he or she will have access to support groups that allow for transformation and personal accountability. Nonetheless, outpatient rehab is still an effective option for those seeking treatment. These are generally more affordable and are available in different program types:

  • Intensive Outpatient Programs
  • Standard Outpatient Programs
  • Partial Hospitalization Programs

Intensive outpatient programs involve treatment that last 3 hours each day, having 1 hour of one-on-one therapy. Standard outpatient programs meet 1 to 2 hours a week, with treatments spanning an hour weekly. Lastly, partial hospitalization programs offer therapy 6 to 8 times per day, meeting one once a week. Like inpatient rehab, outpatient offers support groups for those to connect with like-minded individuals. For patients preferring outpatient treatment, he or she can balance treatment with work and other commitments, saving money along the way.

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There are several options to consider when seeking recovery from addiction. Furthermore, it’s important to understand the types of treatment offered in these types of facilities, and how intense the treatments would be. Patients can access such information by contacting a qualified and dedicated treatment professional. Those seeking to make the best decision for life-changing treatment, located in Ashburn or anywhere else, can call risk-free and gather details to help create positive change. Contact a treatment provider and discover what options lie ahead.

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Government Programs

Find local government programs that promote sober living and will help you find peace in your day to day life.

Name Location Phone
Dulles Corridor Area of Narcotics Anonymous PO Box 70 Herndon
VA 20172-0253
800-543-4670
Montgomery Area Service Committee PO Box 8214
Gaithersburg, MD 20898-8214
202-399-5316
Battlefield Area of Narcotics Anonymous PO Box 4164
Manassas, VA 20108
800-543-4670
Washington Area General Service Assembly P.O. Box 5673
Friendship Station, Washington, D.C. 20016
District of Columbia Area Service Committee PO BOX 9863
Washington, DC20016
202-399-5316

College Programs

Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS)

George Mason University

CAPS give classified individual and personal and academic services to students. Individual and gathering treatment, emergency intercession, consultations to students, workforce and staff, and gr...

4400 University Drive
Fairfax, Virginia 22030

Counseling Center

Marymount University

We offer free and confidential counselling services at the Counseling Center. Students can talk privately with a licensed counsellor about their concerns in a nonjudgmental, confidential atmosph...

2807 North Glebe Road
Arlington, VA 22207

Counseling and Other Services

American University

A Counseling Center clinician will assist you confirm your eligibility for cluster guidance, and your alternatives if there’s not an acceptable on-campus cluster. Group counseling is obtai...

4400 Massachusetts Avenue
NW, Washington, DC 20016

UDC Counseling and Student Development Center

University of the District of Columbia

We provide a broad range of high quality, innovative, and ethical services, resources and information to students, staff and faculty. To promoting psychological wellbeing that enriches personal,...

4200 Connecticut Avenue NW
Washington, DC 20008

Counseling & Mental Health

Georgetown College

CAPS is known by most of the students as Counselling and Psychiatric Services. From our location on the main campus, mental health care needs of students and the campus community is provided. Wh...

37th and O Streets
N.W., Washington D.C. 20057

Health Education Services

Georgetown University

A worried friend, member of the campus community, or loved one may also contact HES concerning another student’s liquor or drug use. Any GU student will request free, secret help from Health Edu...

Poulton Hall
1437 37th St NW #101, Washington, DC 20057

Student Advocate Program

Yeshiva College of the Nations Capital

If a student admits his/her involvement in substance abuse to an administrator prior to being tested, the Yeshiva will treat this as a request for help. This honest attempt of the student will h...

1216 Arcola Ave
Silver Spring, MD 20902

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