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August 28, 2019

Local organizations offer help for opioid addiction

File Photo/Lawrence Emerson
Families Overcoming Drug Addiction and the Come As You Are Coalition last fall hosted a vigil in Warrenton to remember those lost to addiction.
Virginia’s Piedmont has no shortage of help for opioid addicts and their families. Some require payment; some are free. Some are local resources, some national.

Phone helplines 

Delphi Behavioral Health Group
addiction center: 888-367-9987

Legacy Healing Center addiction resource: 888-459-5511

Crisis Hotline: 540-825-5656

Crisis Text Line: Text HOME to 741741

Peer2Peer Warmline: 833-626-1490

Substance Abuse Hotline: 800-662-HELP

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 800-273-TALK

Family support and information 

Come As You Are Coalition (CAYA): This organization maintains an extensive online listing of resources, treatment options and support groups. Go to

Families Anonymous: A 12-step program for relatives and friends of people with drug, alcohol or related behavioral issues.

Families Overcoming Drug Addiction (FODA): A support group for addicts and families dealing with addiction. Meets first and third Thursdays at Fauquier Hospital. Email Caroline at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) for more information.

Mental Health Association of Fauquier County: Provides information and guidance on mental health and addiction resources and treatment for residents and Fauquier and Rappahannock counties. Call 540-341-8732 or go to

Nar-Anon: A 12-step program for families and friends of addicts.

National Alliance of Mental Illness (NAMI): Piedmont: Family support group meets third Mondays at 6:30 p.m. in the Sycamore Room of Fauquier Hospital. Website: Prince William: Family support groups meet third Tuesdays at 6:30 in Haymarket Gainesville Community Library, and second Tuesdays at 7 at Sentara Potomac Hospital in Woodbridge. Website:

Survivors for Life: Suicide support group meets third Mondays at 7 p.m. in the Rappahannock-Rapidan Community Services office in Culpeper. Call 434-825-8913. 

Virginia Veteran and Family Support: Offers assessments of individual and family needs and also peer and family support groups. Call 540-840-3003. 

Recovery support

Celebrate Recovery: A Bible-based,12-step recovery program that meets Fridays at the Bridge Community Church in Warrenton. Call 540-341-7409 or email .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

Narcotics Anonymous: Twelve-step recovery program. Call 800-777-1515 or to find times and locations of meetings, go to

Restore Culpeper: A 12-step, Christ-centered program for those struggling with addictions and also family members. Meetings on Monday nights at The Refinery in Culpeper. Email: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address).

Sex, Drugs and God: Nonprofit organization offering peer addiction counseling in Culpeper, Fauquier, Rappahannock, Orange and Madison counties. Call 540-779-0088 or go to

SpiritWorks Recovery Center: Peer-to-peer addiction recovery support in Warrenton. Call 540-428-5415 or go to

Outpatient treatment and counseling

Chrysalis Counseling Centers: Substance abuse assessments and individual and family counseling. Culpeper office: 540-727-0770; Warrenton office: 540-347-0613.

Family Focus Counseling Services: Substance abuse assessments and counseling. Culpeper office: 540-829-9666; Warrenton office: 540-349-4537.

Health Connect America: Substance abuse evaluations and therapy. Culpeper office: 540-317-1404;

National Counseling Group: Mental health and substance abuse counseling. Culpeper office: Phone: 540-825-0705; Manassas office: 703-257-5997.

Prince William Community Services: Substance Abuse Services provides outpatient treatment, including clinical assessments and individual and family therapy. Manassas clinic: 703-792-7800; Woodbridge clinic: 703-792-4900. 

Rappahannock-Rapidan Community Services Board: Provides outpatient mental health and substance use clinical assessments to determine the treatment needed. Warrenton clinic: 540-347-7620; Culpeper clinic: 540-825-5656  

SaVida Health: Opioid and alcohol addiction centers that offer outpatient medication-assisted treatment and counseling services. Culpeper: 540-827-4274; Woodmont: 703-214-5825.

Inpatient treatment

Boxwood Recovery Center: A 28-day residential drug treatment center in Culpeper that provides individual, family and group therapy. 540-825-3100.  

Edge Hill Recovery Treatment Center: Residential, non-medical 12-step recovery program at center in Winchester. 540-662-8865.  

Prince William Medical Center Novant Health: For inpatient addiction treatment, call 703-369-8864. For intensive outpatient treatment (IOP), call 703-369-8404.

— Compiled by Randy Rieland

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