Treatment Resources

Below is a list of some area resources, use the comprehensive Safe Treatment Locator to locate treatment facilities that meet your specific needs.

Peer Run Support Groups and Hotlines

24/7 anonymous substance use support: 703-527-4077

Peer Run Warmline: 571-302-0327

Peer to Peer Group: Mondays 9 AM, Wednesdays 1 PM, Thursdays 12 PM. Zoom ID: 428-435-5021

Fridays 5 PM and Saturdays 9 AM. E-mail aari@arlingtonva.us for Zoom ID

Becoming Resilient: Thursdays 12:30 PM. Zoom ID: 961-766-1202

The Squad, Women’s Recovery: Tuesdays and Sundays 12:30 PM. Zoom ID: 961-766-1202

Alcoholics Anonymous

Narcotic Anonymous

Smart Recovery

LGBTQ Resources

Triangle Club
PO Box 65458, Washington, DC 20035

Whitman-Walker Health
1342 Florida Ave. NW, Washington, DC 20009

Nearby Locations

Aquila Recovery
5100 Wisconsin Ave. NW, Suite 307, Washington, DC 20016
202-244-1600

Encore Recovery (ages 18-35)
4420 N. Fairfax Drive, Suite 100, Arlington VA 22203
703-436-8158

Fairfax County Screening
Fairfax-Falls Church Community Services Board (CSB)
Mental Health and Substance Abuse assessment: 703-383-8500
CSB Emergency Services 703-573-5679
Fairfax Detoxification Center: 703-502-7000

Harrison House
5105 Q Backlick Road, Annandale, VA 22315
703-256-6474

Inova CATS (Comprehensive Addiction Treatment Services)
Falls Church, VA
703-289-7560

Inova Kellar Center (adolescents)
11204 Waples Mill Road, Fairfax VA 22030
703-218-8500

Kolmac Clinic
301-589-0255

Sandstone Care (adolescents/young adults 13-30)
11820 Parklawn Drive, Suite 403, North Bethesda, MD 20852
240-743-3807

Suburban Hospital (adolescents and adults)
Outpatient Addiction Treatment, Montrose Road, Rockville, MD
301-896-2036

Recovery Centers of America
11100 Billingsley Road
Waldorf, MD 20602
202-849-5619

Kemet Behavioral Health
5413 Backlick Road, Suite A, Springfield, VA 22151
703-829-6897

 

 

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