Substance Abuse Residential Services

Residents of Planning District 16 may receive social detoxification and residential substance abuse treatment through RACSB’s contracts with public and private, non-profit agencies.

Typically, these more intensive services are utilized when less restrictive options, including outpatient treatment, have not been successful. 

Eligible individuals served receive funding for these services through federal funds allocated through the Virginia Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Services (DBHDS).

These agencies currently include:

  • New Hope Detoxification Center in Staunton (social, non-medical detoxification);
  • Boxwood in Culpeper (intensive residential treatment services for adults);
  • Arise Treatment Center in Lynchburg (medically-assisted detoxification services); and
  • Willow Oaks in Cartersville (intensive residential treatment for adults with an additional focus on dually-diagnosed individuals).




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