Inpatient Rehab in Virginia

Inpatient Drug and Alcohol Rehab in Virginia

Virginia inpatient rehab centers. This page provides a full list of Virginia inpatient drug rehab centers, as well as inpatient alcohol rehabilitation centers within Virginia. Find residential, inpatient rehabs near you.

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Top 20 Inpatient Rehab Centers in Virginia

Passages - Martinsville, VA

Passages is a residential rehab center located in Martinsville, Virginia.

Location: 817 Starling Avenue, Martinsville, VA 24112 in Martinsville City County

Treatment included:

  • Long term rehab and residential addiction treatment
  • Adult men
  • Residential substance use treatment
  • Accepts cash or self-payment
(855) 786-9798

Cornerstones - Chantilly, VA

Cornerstones is an inpatient drug and alcohol rehab situated in Chantilly, Virginia.

Location: 4211 Walney Road, Chantilly, VA 20151 in Fairfax County

Treatment included:

  • Sliding fee scale
  • Accepts private health insurance
  • Transitional housing
  • Long term rehab and residential addiction treatment
  • Dual diagnosis treatment and people with trauma
(866) 448-4587

Fairfax/falls Church Comm Services Board A New Beginning - Chantilly, VA

Fairfax/falls Church Comm Services Board A New Beginning is an inpatient alcohol and drug rehab located in Chantilly, VA.

Location: 4213 Walney Road, Chantilly, VA 20151 in Fairfax County

Treatment included:

  • Residential long term rehab and long term rehab
  • Sliding fee scale
  • Halfway house
  • Accepts cash or self-payment
(844) 210-5504

Council On Alcoholism Lord Fairfax Community Inc - Winchester, VA

Council On Alcoholism Lord Fairfax Community Inc is a residential rehab center situated in Winchester, Virginia.

Location: 512 South Braddock Street, Winchester, VA 22601 in Winchester City County

Treatment included:

  • Accepts Federal funding
  • Halfway and sober housing
  • Long term rehab and one year inpatient rehab
(855) 786-9798

Phoenix Houses Of The Mid Atlantic Phoenix House Mens Residential Center - Arlington, VA

Phoenix Houses Of The Mid Atlantic Phoenix House Mens Residential Center is a residential rehab center situated in Arlington, Virginia.

Location: 521 North Quincy Street, Arlington, VA 22203 in Arlington County

Treatment included:

  • Cocaine detoxification, residential benzodiazepines detox and inpatient alcohol detox
  • Accepts private health insurance
  • Judicial clients, people with trauma and co-occurring addiction and mental health treatment
  • 30 day inpatient rehab, long term residential rehab and long term rehab
  • Residential substance abuse treatment
(866) 448-4587

Galax Treatment Center Inc Life Center Of Galax - Galax, VA

Galax Treatment Center Inc Life Center Of Galax is an inpatient drug and alcohol rehab located in Galax, VA.

Location: 112 Painter Street, Galax, VA 24333 in Galax City County

Treatment included:

  • Outpatient services, 90 day and 1 year rehab and outpatient day treatment
  • Residential benzodiazepines detoxification, inpatient alcohol detox and methamphetamines detox
  • Residential substance abuse treatment
  • Accepts Medicaid
  • Dual diagnosis treatment, adult men and adult women
(844) 210-5504

Bethany Hall Inc/recovery Home For Chemically Dependent Women - Roanoke, VA

Bethany Hall Inc/recovery Home For Chemically Dependent Women is an inpatient drug and alcohol rehab located in Roanoke, VA.

Location: 1109 Franklin Road SW, Roanoke, VA 24018 in Roanoke City County

Treatment included:

  • Residential substance abuse treatment
  • Transitional-age young adults, co-occurring addiction and mental health treatment and sexual abuse victims
  • Accepts Federal funding
  • 30 and 60 day inpatient rehab programs, residential rehab and 90 day and 1 year rehab
(855) 786-9798

Southampton Memorial Hospital - Franklin, VA

Southampton Memorial Hospital is an inpatient addiction treatment center located in Franklin, VA.

Location: 100 Fairview Drive, Franklin, VA 23851 in Franklin City County

Treatment included:

  • Hospital inpatient rehab, hospital inpatient treatment and hospital inpatient detoxification
  • Accepts cash or self-payment
  • Inpatient detox
  • Inpatient alcohol detox, residential benzodiazepines detox and inpatient opioid detoxification
(866) 448-4587

Phoenix Houses Of The Mid Atlantic Phoenix House Womens Center - Arlington, VA

Phoenix Houses Of The Mid Atlantic Phoenix House Womens Center is an inpatient rehab situated in Arlington, Virginia.

Location: 200 North Glebe Road, Arlington, VA 22203 in Arlington County

Treatment included:

  • Dual diagnosis treatment, rehab for adult women and people with trauma
  • Inpatient treatment for dual diagnosis
  • Accepts Medicaid
  • Inpatient opioid detox, methamphetamines detox and cocaine detoxification
  • Residential long term treatment, residential rehab and residential detox
(844) 210-5504

Mount Regis Center - Salem, VA

Mount Regis Center is an inpatient alcohol and drug rehab located in Salem, VA.

Location: 125 Knotbreak Road, Salem, VA 24153 in Salem County

Treatment included:

  • Accepts cash or self-payment
  • Cocaine detox, methamphetamines detoxification and inpatient opioid detoxification
  • Long-term rehab, residential detox and outpatient rehab
  • Rehab for adult men, dual diagnosis treatment and people with trauma
  • Inpatient detoxification
(855) 786-9798

Sudcc Army Substance Abuse Program - Fort Belvoir, VA

Sudcc Army Substance Abuse Program is an inpatient drug and alcohol rehab situated in Fort Belvoir, VA.

Location: 9300 DeWitt Loop, Fort Belvoir, VA 22060 in Fairfax County

Treatment included:

  • Residential substance abuse treatment
  • Methamphetamines detoxification, inpatient opioid detoxification and residential benzodiazepines detox
  • Accepts Military insurance
  • 30 and 60 day inpatient rehab programs, hospital inpatient rehab and regular outpatient treatment
(866) 448-4587

Volunteers Of America Chesapeake Inc Residential Program Center/arlington - Arlington, VA

Volunteers Of America Chesapeake Inc Residential Program Center/arlington is an inpatient alcohol and drug rehab situated in Arlington, VA.

Location: 1554 Columbia Pike, Arlington, VA 22204 in Arlington County

Treatment included:

  • Inpatient opioid detoxification, cocaine detoxification and residential benzodiazepines detoxification
  • Inpatient detox
  • Residential rehab, short term inpatient rehab and residential addiction treatment
  • Accepts Federal funding
(844) 210-5504

Boxwood Detox And Recovery Program - Culpeper, VA

Boxwood Detox And Recovery Program is a residential rehab center located in Culpeper, VA.

Location: 15511 Guinn Lane, Culpeper, VA 22701 in Culpeper County

Treatment included:

  • Accepts Medicaid
  • Inpatient dual diagnosis treatment
  • Cocaine detoxification, methamphetamines detox and residential benzodiazepines detox
  • Sliding fee scale
  • Long-term rehab, residential addiction treatment and short term inpatient rehab
(855) 786-9798

Blue Ridge Behavioral Healthcare Rita J Gliniecki Recovery Center - Roanoke, VA

Blue Ridge Behavioral Healthcare Rita J Gliniecki Recovery Center is an inpatient addiction treatment center located in Roanoke, VA.

Location: 3003 Hollins Road NE, Roanoke, VA 24012 in Roanoke City County

Treatment included:

  • Residential substance abuse treatment
  • Short term inpatient rehab, residential detoxification and residential rehab
  • Accepts private health insurance
  • Payment assistance
  • Residential benzodiazepines detoxification, cocaine detoxification and inpatient opioid detox
(866) 448-4587

Veterans Affairs Medical Center Substance Abuse Treatment Program - Salem, VA

Veterans Affairs Medical Center Substance Abuse Treatment Program is an inpatient rehab located in Salem, VA.

Location: 1970 Roanoke Boulevard, Unit 116-A4 (Psychiatry), Salem, VA 24153 in Salem County

Treatment included:

  • Outpatient methadone/buprenorphine or naltrexone treatment, outpatient rehab and residential rehab
  • Inpatient opioid detoxification, inpatient alcohol detoxification and residential benzodiazepines detox
  • Dual diagnosis treatment, people with trauma and vets
  • Accepts Military insurance
  • Inpatient dual diagnosis treatment
(844) 210-5504

Sagebrush Treatment Inc Inpatient/residential - Great Falls, VA

Sagebrush Treatment Inc Inpatient/residential is an inpatient addiction treatment center located in Great Falls, VA.

Location: 11901 Plantation Drive, Great Falls, VA 22066 in Fairfax County

Treatment included:

  • Inpatient treatment for dual diagnosis
  • People with trauma and dual diagnosis treatment
  • Long term rehab, residential addiction treatment and short term inpatient rehab
  • Accepts Military insurance
  • Sliding fee scale
(855) 786-9798

Horizon Behavioral Health Courtland Wellness Center - Lynchburg, VA

Horizon Behavioral Health Courtland Wellness Center is a residential rehab center located in Lynchburg, Virginia.

Location: 620 Court Street, Lynchburg, VA 24504 in Lynchburg City County

Treatment included:

  • Residential substance use treatment
  • Domestic violence victims, LGBT clients and pregnant and postpartum women
  • Outpatient methadone/buprenorphine or naltrexone treatment, residential long term treatment and intensive outpatient treatment services
  • Accepts Medicare
(866) 448-4587

Hampton Vamc Domiciliary - Hampton, VA

Hampton Vamc Domiciliary is an inpatient addiction treatment center located in Hampton, VA.

Location: 100 Emancipation Drive, Building 148, Hampton, VA 23667 in Hampton City County

Treatment included:

  • Accepts Federal funding
  • Cocaine detoxification, inpatient opioid detoxification and methamphetamines detoxification
  • Inpatient dual diagnosis treatment
  • Co-occurring substance abuse and pain treatment, rehab for seniors and adult men
  • Residential detoxification, long-term rehab and long term residential rehab
(844) 210-5504

Williamsville Wellness - Hanover, VA

Williamsville Wellness is an inpatient addiction treatment center located in Hanover, VA.

Location: 10515 Cabaniss Lane, Hanover, VA 23069 in Hanover County

Treatment included:

  • People with co-occurring pain and substance use, rehab for adult men and rehab for older adults
  • Short-term residential treatment and long-term rehab
  • Residential treatment for substance abuse
  • Accepts cash or self-payment
(855) 786-9798

New Life For Youth Inc - Richmond, VA

New Life For Youth Inc is an inpatient addiction treatment center situated in Richmond, VA.

Location: 2320 Broad Rock Boulevard, Richmond, VA 23224 in Richmond City County

Treatment included:

  • Adult men
  • Long-term rehab and one year inpatient rehab
  • Payment assistance
  • Transitional housing
  • Accepts cash or self-payment
(866) 448-4587
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Virginia Inpatient Addiction Treatment    

Virginia inpatient rehab provides the right type of treatment for those who are suffering from an addiction to alcohol or other substances. No matter the type of addiction, these facilities are able to provide personalized medical treatment and an opportunity for the patient to focus completely on their addiction, without some of the worries that happen when they are at home.

Inpatient rehab in Virginia provides many options for the patient, based on what they need the most. Whether the patient chooses to begin their journey there with just 30 days in treatment or they are looking to spend two or three months in treatment, the right residential rehab in Virginia will provide them a good path to sobriety that will help them for years to come.

Why Should I Choose Inpatient Rehab in Virginia?

There are many reasons why a patient addicted to alcohol or drugs should consider inpatient rehab for their addiction in Virginia. The patient could choose to go with an outpatient option as well, but these are often less successful than working with the inpatient facility. Since the patient is allowed to go home each day after the treatment is done with outpatient therapy, they will still have to face their triggers and worry about a negative environment that will make it hard to fight off the addiction.

This is not true for the inpatient rehab. During inpatient drug and alcohol rehab, the patient is able to leave their negative environment and all the bad triggers behind. They move into the treatment facility for the length of their therapy. They can enjoy constant medical supervision and supportive staff who are there to monitor their symptoms, answer questions, and give the patient the best chance of success.

During inpatient rehab, the patient has a chance to work through many of the problems that may have caused their addiction in the first place, and face the triggers that make it hard for them to stop. Inpatient rehab for drug and alcohol addiction will allow the patient to focus just on the addiction and recovery for some time, making it more effective than some of the other methods available.

How Long Does Inpatient Rehab Detoxing Take?

One of the components of inpatient drug and alcohol rehab is the detox. Many patients will enter the treatment facility still using the substance. They may find it hard to stop using the substance and to go through the detox on their own before they show up. The detox will give them the time to go through all of these symptoms before they enter treatment and get some of the medical attention they may need.

The typical detox will last up to five days. If the medical team decides that the patient needs to use a tapering method to help with the detox and withdraw slowly, then this time may be prolonged to keep the patient safe. The exact amount of time that the detox takes, and the severity of the symptoms, will depend on which substance the patient is addicted to, how long they took the substance, and what dosage they used with that substance

Most patients will go through mild symptoms of the detox based on how they respond when the substance leaves the body. However, there are some patients who will have more severe issues with the detox and will need medical intervention. Medical staff can provide some types of medication to help the patient deal with the issues of the detox and to make sure they stay safe, whether it is to alleviate some of the symptoms or help the patient avoid issues with severe symptoms.

What Types of Therapy are Used for Residential Drug and Alcohol Rehab in Virginia?

Patients who attend a residential drug and alcohol rehab in Virginia will need to go through various forms of therapy to help them understand more about their addiction, what negative thoughts and behaviors caused them to struggle with the addiction, and what their unique triggers are. The patient will spend a good deal of time working through both individual and group therapy while in rehab.

The individual therapy will be personalized to what works the best for the patient. There are several different types of individual therapy the patient can go through including motivational therapy, DBT, and CBT to name a few. These all work to provide the patient with coping techniques that will help them live a healthier and better life, without the addiction. The patient can learn their individual triggers, how to avoid them and how they can deal if they do encounter the trigger.

The patient will also need to spend some time in group therapy. There are many others who are at the inpatient drug and alcohol rehab who will be working through some of the issues that come with drug and alcohol addiction. The group therapy sessions will provide the patient with time to meet these other individuals and learn from them. This is a good basis for a support group the patient will need to rely on when they are done with treatment.

Depending on the exact situation around the addiction, some patients will also need to work with family therapy while they are at inpatient rehab for drug and alcohol addiction. This type of therapy allows the family members to come to some of the therapy sessions. They can talk with the patient, learn more about the addiction and what caused it, get their questions answered, and learn more about the steps they can take to provide support and help to the patient once the patient leaves the facility.

During the therapy portion of the inpatient drug and alcohol rehab, the patient may discover that they have a dual diagnosis. This means that they not only need to deal with the issues of the addiction, they also have a mental health condition that will need some time and attention as well. The medical staff can provide treatment for this dual diagnosis, including issues with anxiety and depression. This can include extra therapy options and medications to help the patient manage the symptoms.

The patient will not be able to maintain sobriety and stay healthy if they do not work on all of the problems that come with the addiction. The substance is often only part of the problem. If the patient also has depression, anxiety, ADHD, or another mental health condition, they need to work on that as well. Otherwise, they carry around an automatic trigger that will easily send them into relapse that will ruin all the work.

Should I Choose a Luxury Inpatient Drug and Alcohol Rehab in Virginia?

Patients will be able to choose from a few different types of inpatient drug and alcohol rehab in Virginia to help them make a decision for their overall health and recovery from substances. Most patients will choose to go with the traditional inpatient rehab. This provides them with all of the detoxing, therapy, and other amenities that they need. For other patients though, luxury inpatient rehab is the choice that they want to make.

Luxury inpatient rehab is the best option for those who want to get special care and amazing amenities while they are going through rehab. These can often be used by those who are high-profile in Virginia and who want more privacy, along with better accommodations while they are going through therapy. The cost is often higher, but the amenities can make it worth it.

The exact type of amenities that are provided in these centers will depend on the one that the patient chooses. They frequently have extra care for the patient, swimming pools, massages, spas, and larger rooms compared to what a patient may find at the traditional rehab center.

How Much Does Inpatient Drug and Alcohol Rehab Cost?

Many patients wonder about the costs of attending an inpatient rehab for their drug and alcohol addiction in Virginia. They worry that the costs will be too high and that they will not be able to afford getting some of the treatment that they need. However, the average cost of a 30-day stay at inpatient rehab will often be around $8000.

Patients can also choose more affordable residential drug and alcohol rehab options in the state of Virginia. The patient will find some very reputable facilities that will cost closer to $2000 a month. If the patient decides to go with a luxury inpatient rehab, they can expect to pay closer to $20,000 for a month.

The length of time the patient stays at the facility, the location of the facility, and the specific amenities that are provided at the residential rehab will all factor into the overall cost of receiving treatment. The patient will need to research to see which facility is going to be the best for their needs while also maintaining the affordability.

What are the Options to Pay for Inpatient Drug and Alcohol Rehab?

Patients will have several options when it comes to how they will afford their time at the inpatient drug and alcohol rehab in Virginia. Most patients will take a look at their private insurance plan. Thanks to the ACA, most insurance plans in the state of Virginia, including Cigna, Aetna, and Blue Cross Blue Shield, will provide at least partial coverage for patients who need to attend rehab.

The patient will need to check in with their policy to see exactly how much coverage they will get. This varies based on the policy the patient has and the premium that they pay for the policy each month. The patient will also need to take a look at the specific facility they would like to attend to see whether it will take their specific insurance or not.

Not all patients will have private insurance to work with when paying for their time at residential rehab. If the patient is using Medicaid to help with their insurance costs, Virginia offers some state-funded inpatient rehab facilities that will accept this kind of insurance. Patients who are low-income and have no insurance, but who do not have Medicaid can still get treatment as well. They can look into payment plans, sliding scale paying that is based on their income, and some of the different grants and scholarships that are available in the state.

Choosing the Best Inpatient Rehab in Virginia

Patients will have many choices when it is time to choose the right inpatient rehab center in the state of Virginia for their needs. the right one will depend on what the patient is looking for, how bad their addiction is, and the type of treatment that they need.

It is common for patients to begin their search in their local area. This helps them to still be close to their home while getting treatment. Others may want to go to a treatment center that is further away so that they can start a fresh slate. The patient will need to choose how close they want to be to their current location when they pick out the right rehab for their needs.

The amenities that are provided at one facility over another can affect the cost too. The more amenities, the more it is going to cost. Luxury inpatient rehab will cost more than traditional inpatient rehab. The patient will need to balance the cost with the amenities that they feel are the most important to them.

The type of treatments available are important too. If the patient has a specific substance abuse problem or a mental health condition, they will need to look for a facility that is able to handle these conditions as well. The length of the stay must be factored in here too. While traditional therapy will last for 30-days, many patients find that spending 60 or 90-days at the inpatient drug and alcohol rehab is a better choice. This gives the more time to work through the addiction and set themselves up for success in the future.