VAAP Community Partners
The Virginia Association of Addiction Professionals values our Community Partners! Community Partners are organizations that provide services to individuals with subtance use disorder. They are the rehabilitation facilities, behavioral health centers, and clinics that are on the front lines providing caring, compassionate care to their clients. As our partners in the SUD community, our Community Partners work closely with VAAP to execute our mission From linking to each other’s websites to exhibition opportunities, from sharing job opportunities to marketing events and trainings, we work hand-in-hand to ensure the professionalism and vitality of our work.Your annual membership ensures that you’ll be connected to vital resources and relevant information. Our regular communications will keep you up to date and apprised of all the meaningful work that is being done throughout the SUD community.
Community Partner Benefits
- Free exhibit space at the Annual Members Meeting
- Showcasing your organization as a co-sponsor at VAAP events
- FREE job advertising to VAAP individual members
- Your logo on VAAP’s website with a link to your website
- Promoting your program’s developments, special programs, and trainings in our newsletter and on social media
- Networking with colleagues from accross the Commonwealth
- Discount on exhibiting at the Virginia Summer Institute for Addiction Studi
- Opportunities to collaborate with VAAP on content articles promoted across our digital platforms
- VAAP membershap is a State-level partnership giving your organization a voice in Virginia
Community Partner Directory
Insight Into Action Therapy
About: Insight Into Action Therapy serves Northern Virginia and Washington, DC providing outpatient addiction treatment as well as medication monitoring and mental health services to individuals and families.
Contact: (703) 935-8546
About: Mainspring Recovery is a licensed, accredited addiction treatment center that offers hope and healing to those struggling with substance use disorders. Our comprehensive continuum of care includes withdrawal management and residential treatment programs that help people in the early stages of recovery.
Contact: (571) 771-1804
About: For people living with addiction or serve those with addiction, Recovery Consulting will help develop and organize your life, family, or institution. We offer a variety of addiction recovery support services and addiction recovery consulting options.
Contact: (757) 231-3345
Youth for Tomorrow
About: Youth for Tomorrow provides children and families with the opportunity to focus their lives and develop the confidence, skills, intellectual ability, spiritual insight and moral integrity – each based on Godly principles, resulting in positive changes to the benefit of the child, the family, the community, and the nation.
Contact: (703) 368-7995
Atlantic Outreach Group
About: Atlantic Outreach Group (AOG), is a community based 501(c)3 non-profit organization that is dedicated to empowering individuals and families by connecting them to resources needed for their success.They assist those that are overwhelmed by physical, mental, emotional, social and financial challenges, by providing resources that assist in making positive sustainable changes in their lives.
Contact: (804) 308-2648
About: SaVida Health, treats addiction as a chronic disease, not a personal weakness. They work to heal the whole person by providing comprehensive medication management, behavioral healthcare, counseling, and patient support.
Contact: (267) 356-0501
Crescent Counseling and Casework Services
About: Crescent Counseling and Casework Services empowers individuals and families to build a better life and brighter future. CCCS is dedicated to maximizing the strengths and resources of the individuals they serve through genuine connections that preserve dignity and encourage health, mental wellness and positive engagement with their communities.
Contact: Virginia Beach – (757) 431-0105, Roanoke – (540) 345-2606
The Farley Center at Williamsburg Place
About: The Farley Center is a drug rehab center located in Williamsburg, VA, offering evaluation, detox, partial hospitalization and IOP addiction treatment. For over thirty years, Farley Center has helped men and women begin a new life of purpose in recovery.
Contact: (888) 707-3220
Fellowship Hall Drug + Alcohol Recovery Center
About: Fellowship Hall is a 99-bed private, not-for-profit 501(c)(3) specialty hospital treating adult women and men suffering from addiction to alcohol and/or drugs. They provide training to Duke University Health System’s Psychiatric Residency Program, as well as training for nursing and counseling programs at local universities.
Contact: (336) 621-3381
About: Founded in 2004, The McShin Foundation is Virginia’s leading non-profit, full-service Recovery Community Organization (RCO), committed to serving individuals and families in their fight against Substance Use Disorders. While providing the tools for recovering individuals to create positive lifestyles, they aim to spread the word of recovery and educate families, communities, and government regarding SUDs as well as reduce the negative outlook attached to them. .
Contact: (804) 249-1845
Southstone Recovery Center
About: Southstone Recovery Center is a leading provider of addiction treatment for women who are suffering from substance use disorders and may have related mental health concerns. Offering a safe space where women can focus solely on receiving the treatment they deserve, Southstone Recovery Center is proud to help our participants discover a path to a more optimistic future.
Contact: (877) 759-4276
Caron Treatment Centers
About: Caron transforms lives impacted by addiction and substance use through proven, comprehensive, and patient-centric treatment plans. They are dedicated to delivering evidence-based, gender-specific behavioral health and addiction programming, all while treating patients and families with the respect.
Contact: (855) 675-0912
Fairfax - Falls Church Community Services Board
About:The Fairfax-Falls Church Community Services Board’s mission is to provide and coordinate a system of community-based supports for individuals and families of Fairfax County and the cities of Fairfax and Falls Church who are affected by developmental disability, serious emotional disturbance (youth), mental illness and/or substance use disorders.
Contact: (703) 502-7000
Blue Ridge Behavioral Healthcare
About: Blue Ridge Behavioral Healthcare (BRBH) is the Community Services Board serving adults, children and families with mental health disorders, developmental disabilities, or substance use disorders in the Roanoke Valley of Virginia. They serve residents of the Cities of Roanoke and Salem, and the Counties of Botetourt, Craig, and Roanoke. They are one of forty Community Services Boards established under the Code of Virginia to provide services for individuals who have mental health disorders, developmental disability, or substance use disorders.
Riverside Behavioral Health Center
About: Riverside Mental Health & Recovery Center, a campus of Riverside Regional Medical Center, offers the most comprehensive range of behavioral health programs on the Virginia Peninsula, including acute care for adolescents and adults, and crisis assessment.
Contact: (757) 827-3119
SAARA of Virginia
About: SAARA’s vision is to transform Virginia communities through hope, education, and advocacy for addiction prevention, treatment, and recovery. They provide individuals and communities with education, advocacy and support.
Contact: (804) 762-4445
Proactive Behavioral Services
About: ProActive Behavioral Services provides the highest quality, mental health and substance abuse services. Their diverse clinical staff members are a team of dedicated, experienced professionals who help clients meet goals across the full range of presenting life issues and concerns.
National Capital Treatment & Recovery
About: National Capital Treatment & Recovery’s premier residential and outpatient programs are conveniently located in Arlington, Virginia, and provide a safe haven to begin a path to recovery. They use evidence-based treatment solutions, coupled with highly experienced and compassionate team members to provide a comprehensive continuum of care to meet the unique needs of each individual.
Contact: (703) 841-0703
About: Recovery Unplugged is a national addiction treatment organization that integrates music into every aspect of their care model so they can help their clients more readily embrace evidence-based treatment and recovery. They offer all levels of care, including medical detoxification, medication-assisted treatment, and comprehensive behavioral rehab, to address the full spectrum of substance use disorder while using music to influence your mood, energy, and engagement with treatment.
Contact: (844) 889-9433
Mount Regis Center
About: Mount Regis Center is a leading inpatient treatment program for men and women recovering from addiction and behavioral health concerns.
Contact: (877) 516-0886
Richmond Behavioral Health
About: RBHA is the statutorily established public entity responsible for providing mental health, intellectual disabilities, substance abuse and prevention services to the citizens of the City of Richmond.
Contact: (804) 819-4000
About: Conscious Healing is a premier substance abuse treatment facility that helps individuals flourish using both traditional therapeutic treatment modalities and unique integrative modalities. This blend fosters the connection between body, mind, and spirit through which true healing may occur.
Contact: (540) 402-1199
About: Faith Recovery is a DBHDS licensed Clinical Christian Addiction Treatment Program serving men ages 18 and up. The campus is located in Williamsburg, VA and has two DBHDS Accredited Recovery Residences where residents find hope and healing. Within these residences they provide a safe sober living environment which includes a clinically managed recovery services program which meets state and national standards. Faith Recovery is a non-profit 501c3 organization.
Groups Recover Together
About: Groups members meet for an hour each week in small groups led by a licensed counselor. These virtual or in-person sessions connect clients with a group of members who know what they’re going through.
Contact: (888) 858-1723
Hampton - Newport News Community Services Board
About: Hampton-Newport News CSB provides a comprehensive continuum of services and supports promoting prevention, recovery, and self-determination for people affected by mental illness, substance use, and intellectual and developmental disabilities, and advancing the
well-being of the communities they serve.
Contact: (757) 788-0300
Higher Ground Recovery, Inc.
About: Higher Ground Recovery, Inc. is focused on providing high-quality holistic treatment addressing the mind, body and spirit. Higher Ground Recovery, Inc. is based on the belief that consumers’ needs are of the utmost importance.
Contact: (804) 363-2583
H.Y.P.E Counseling Services
About: H.Y.P.E Counseling Services are committed to providing services that allow each individual the opportunity to succeed. They believe that once you are equipped with the necessary resources and services, self-sustainability will be attained.
Contact: (804) 213-0259
Impact Mental Health Services
About: Impact Mental Health Services LLC is a innovative community based mental health agency committed to providing the most effective support services to members of the Tidewater area. They have assembled a team of committed professionals to createa highly ethical and clinically sound programs.
Contact: (757) 399-1500