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Fentanyl Resources, Treatment, and Hotlines in Virginia

The prevalence and strength of fentanyl have played a large role in the surge of opioid overdoses, sparking concern in Virginia and nationwide. It’s crucial to reach out for support if you or someone you know is struggling with fentanyl use or dependency. For immediate, free assistance, reach out to us at . Our admissions navigators are ready and available to help today.

Fentanyl Help Lines in Virginia

Virginia offers toll-free, confidential hotlines specifically designed for individuals grappling with substance use and fentanyl addiction. Many helplines are available 24/7, providing support, details on treatments, and assistance in facilitating access to necessary care. Helplines in Virginia include:

Mental Health America of Virginia Warm Line - (866) 400-MHAV (6428)

The Mental Health America of Virginia Warm Line is a peer-operated service available to Virginia residents that provides support for individuals, family members, and others seeking someone to talk to, assistance in accessing community mental health resources, or guidance on their recovery journey. The peers on the Warm Line listen with empathy and offer non-judgmental support. Peers at MHAV Warm Line strive to provide tailored support and attention to every caller, sharing personal experiences of wellness, recovery, and hope, and serving as models of personal wellness for communities and callers alike.

NAMI Virginia Statewide HelpLine: 888-486-8264 Ext. 202

The NAMI Virginia Statewide HelpLine operates Monday through Friday, from 9 am to 5 pm, providing assistance to individuals dealing with substance use issues or their loved ones. Specialists at NAMI Virginia can also facilitate connections to a range of local recovery resources, treatment programs, family support initiatives, and more.

SAMHSA’s National Helpline - 1-800-662-HELP (4357)

The National Helpline by SAMHSA offers confidential treatment referrals and free information on addiction treatment services 24/7. It extends support to individuals and families managing mental health and/or substance use disorders in both English and Spanish.

988 Lifeline – 988

The 988 Lifeline connects local crisis centers nationwide, providing free and confidential emotional support 24/7 to individuals experiencing a form of suicidal crisis or emotional distress in the United States.

American Addiction Centers Addiction Helpline

At American Addiction Centers, our helpline offers confidential, free assistance for individuals struggling with addiction. This service is available 24/7. Our knowledgeable admissions navigators are prepared to hear your story and assist in determining the best plan of action. They provide guidance and facilitate connections with specialized fentanyl addiction treatment options tailored to your specific needs.

Local Fentanyl Resources in VA

In Virginia, there are diverse resources and assistance programs dedicated to supporting individuals coping with fentanyl use and addiction. These encompass a range of services such as support groups, treatment programs, sober living arrangements, and initiatives concentrating on overdose prevention. These resources are geared towards delivering tailored assistance and support to individuals and families navigating fentanyl addiction. Fentanyl-related resources accessible in Virginia include:

  • Curb the Crisis: Curb the Crisis is a joint effort involving five Virginia agencies: the Department of Health, the Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Services, the Department of Criminal Justice Services, the Department of Health Professions, and the Department of Social Services. It serves as a resource hub offering tools for locating services, assistance in accessing treatment, access to up-to-date research and data on this crisis, and a variety of other supports.
  • Virginia Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Services: The Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Services provides a wealth of resources catering to individuals grappling with fentanyl use, their family members, those in recovery, and individuals seeking to deepen their understanding of the opioid epidemic. A significant initiative within DBHDS is REVIVE!, a comprehensive overdose and Narcan training program. This program equips participants with the knowledge and skills necessary to respond effectively to opioid overdoses, potentially saving lives in the process.
  • Sober living programs: Sober living programs across Virginia offer supportive and structured living environments for individuals in recovery from fentanyl addiction. These sober living environments help individuals practice accountability and engage with peers as they transition to fully independent living.
  • Support groups: Examples of support groups include Narcotics Anonymous (NA) and SMART Recovery, which provide judgment-free  spaces for individuals who are currently or have formerly struggled with fentanyl use or addiction to exchange experiences, further develop coping skills, and receive peer support.
  • Treatment programs within rehab facilities: These programs vary in intensity and include residential treatment programs, intensive outpatient programs (IOPs), and outpatient treatments provided by licensed addiction treatment facilities throughout Virginia. These intensive programs deliver comprehensive fentanyl rehab customized to the unique treatment needs of all individuals on the road to recovery.
  • Family support groups: Groups such as Al-Anon and Families Anonymous extend support and guidance to family members and loved ones of individuals who misuse fentanyl. These groups offer a secure environment to exchange experiences, acquire coping strategies, and seek emotional support.
  • Family assistance programs: Programs such as the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration’s (SAMHSA) Family Support Network provide resources, education, and referrals to family members seeking help in supporting a loved one’s recovery from fentanyl addiction. These initiatives may include counseling, education, and financial aid for families navigating the complexities of addiction.

Virginia Fentanyl Statistics

Fentanyl use and substance abuse in general are significant concerns in Virginia, posing challenges that demand attention and action. The number of fatal fentanyl overdoses in 2021 was 2,039 a 22.9% increase from the prior year.1 In 2021, fentanyl was involved in 76.4% of all drug overdose deaths.1

  • Also in 2021, Virginia experienced an opioid overdose death rate of 26.0 per 100,000 individuals, exceeding the national rate of 24.7 per 100,000 in the United States.2
  • The rate of fentanyl misuse does not seem to be decreasing. In 2022, Virginia witnessed 2,490 fatalities due to drug overdoses, with nearly 79% of these deaths attributed to substances such as fentanyl, fentanyl analogs, and tramadol.3

Get Fentanyl Help in Virginia

If you or someone you know is struggling with fentanyl misuse or addiction in Virginia, it’s crucial to get help. Our admissions navigators are available 24/7 to offer free assistance, help you explore treatment options, and provide support. Contact us today at for help.

Addiction Treatment in Virginia

Bethany Hall
1109 Franklin Road SW Roanoke, VA 24016
Willow Oaks
114 Willow Oaks Lane Cartersville, VA 23027
Edge Hill Retreat Center
315 East Cork Street Winchester, VA 22601
Bridging The Gaps
31 South Braddock Street Winchester, VA 22601
Pathways Iop & Intake Center
3300 Rivermont Avenue (Barker-Cowling Building) Lynchburg, VA 24503 Lynchburg, VA 24503
Blue Ridge Behavioral Healthcare
611 McDowell Avenue Roanoke, VA 24016
Recovery Unplugged Drug & Alcohol Rehab Virginia
5105Q Backlick Rd. Annandale, VA 22003
UVA Health Prince William Medical Center
8700 Sudley Road Manassas, VA 20110
Mount Regis Center
125 Knotbreak Rd Salem, VA 24153
RBHA - Women's Treatment Center
107 South Fifth Street Richmond, VA 23219
Sagebrush Treatment Center
7921 Jones Branch Drive, Suite 400 McLean, VA 22102
The Farley Center
5477 Mooretown Road Williamsburg, VA 23188
Latch Key Projects, LLC
1157 S. Military Hwy Suite 202-B Chesapeake, VA 23320
Sandstone Care Virginia Beach
5040 Corporate Woods Dr. Virginia Beach, VA 23462
New Season Treatment Center - Richmond
3021 Mechanicsville Turnpike Richmond, VA 23223
Newport Academy
1318 Kurtz Road McLean, VA 22101
Conscious Healing, Inc.
450 Solomon Drive, Suite 101 Fredericksburg, VA 22405
Newport Academy
1901 Plantation Dr. Great Falls, VA 22066
Newport Institute
20173 Gleedsville Rd. Leesburg, VA 20175
Newport Academy
8280 Willow Oaks Corporate Dr, Fairfax, VA 22031
Newport Academy
11901 Plantation Drive Great Falls, VA 22066
New Season Treatment Center - Harrisonburg
30 Baxter Drive Harrisonburg, VA 22801
Sandstone Care Reston
11415 Isaac Newton Square South Reston, VA 20190
New Season Treatment Center - Southside
9609 Jefferson Davis Highway Richmond, VA 23237
Bridging the Gaps
31 South Braddock Street Winchester, VA 22601
Sandstone Care Richmond
4880 Sadler Rd Glen Allen, VA 23060
Sandstone Care Detox Center
15100 Enterprise Ct Chantilly, VA 20151
Virginia Hospital Center : Rehab Unit
1701 North George Mason Dr, Ground Floor Arlington, VA 22205
True North Health Clinic
5673 Airport Road Roanoke, VA 24012
Life Center of Galax
112 Painter Street Galax, VA 24333
Phoenix House - Men's Residential Center
521 North Quincy Street Arlington, VA 22203
FMTC - Fairfax Methadone Treatment Center
7008-G Little River Turnpike Annandale, VA 22003
RPMC - Richmond Private Methadone Clinic
4926 West Broad Street Richmond, VA 23230
VBMC - Virginia Beach Methadone Clinic
1728 Virginia Beach Boulevard Virginia Beach, VA 23454
ARS of Pantops
103 South Pantops Drive Charlottesville, VA 22911
Northwestern Community Services
170 Prosperity Drive Winchester, VA 22602
500 Pegasus Court Business Center Winchester, VA 22602
American Addiction Treatment Center Williamsburg
5583 Mooretown Road Williamsburg, VA 23188
Mid-Atlantic Recovery Center
15 Pratts Run Waynesboro, VA 22980
Virginia Beach Psychiatric Center
1100 1st Colonial Road Virginia Beach, VA 23454
Adult Outpatient Services/Pembroke 6
297 Independence Boulevard Virginia Beach, VA 23462
1258 Holland Road Suffolk, VA 23434
Winchester Community MH Center Inc
105 Stony Pointe Way Strasburg, VA 22657
BHG Staunton Treatment Center
15 Green Hills Drive Staunton, VA 24401
Salem VA Medical Center
1970 Roanoke Boulevard Salem, VA 24153
Spero Health
2502 Broadway Avenue SW Roanoke, VA 24014
Carilion Mental Health - Roanoke
2017 South Jefferson Street Roanoke, VA 24014
Blue Ridge Behavioral Healthcare-Residential
3003 Hollins Road NE Roanoke, VA 24012
Henrico County Mental Health East Clinic
3908 9 Mile Road Richmond, VA 23223
Chippenham Hospital
7101 Jahnke Road Richmond, VA 23225
2623 Park Avenue Petersburg, VA 23805
10543 South Crater Road Petersburg, VA 23805
10531 South Crater Road Petersburg, VA 23805
Henrico Charles City
9403 Pocahontas Trail Providence Forge, VA 23140
Eastern Shore Comm Services Board
18469 Dunne Avenue Parksley, VA 23421
Eastern Shore Behavioral Hlthcare Ctr
19056 Greenbush Road Parksley, VA 23421
Groups Recover Together
280 Virginia Avenue NE Norton, VA 24273
Pinnacle Treatment Centers
12695 McManus Boulevard Newport News, VA 23602
Spero Health
314 Fairy Street Martinsville, VA 24112
Martinsville Treatment Services
8500 A L Philpott Highway Martinsville, VA 24112
Pathways Lodge
3300 Rivermont Avenue Lynchburg, VA 24503
Hampton VA Medical Center
100 Emancipation Drive Hampton, VA 23667
Hampton VA Medical Center
100 Emancipation Drive Hampton, VA 23667
BHG Glen Allen Treatment Center
13100 Mountain Road Glen Allen, VA 23059
Spero Health
105 Doctors Park Galax, VA 24333
Mount Rogers Community Services Board
6999 Carrollton Pike Galax, VA 24333
Spero Health
30 Town Center Drive Dublin, VA 24084
Spero Health
789 Piney Forest Road Danville, VA 24540
1555 Meadowview Drive Danville, VA 24541
1555 Meadowview Drive Danville, VA 24541
Culpeper Treatment Services
571 James Madison Highway Culpeper, VA 22701
Advanced Medical Sports and Spine
2002 Orange Road Culpeper, VA 22701
Alleghany Highlands Community
311 South Monroe Avenue Covington, VA 24426
Christiansburg Comprehensive Treatment Center
2100 Roanoke Street Christiansburg, VA 24073
Carilion New River Valley Medical Center
2900 Lamb Circle Road Christiansburg, VA 24073
BHG Chesapeake Treatment Center
3322 Western Branch Boulevard Chesapeake, VA 23321
Addiction Allies
631 Berkmar Circle Charlottesville, VA 22901
SaVida Health Blacksburg
2609 Sheffield Drive Blacksburg, VA 24060
Virginia Hospital Center
1715 North George Mason Drive Arlington, VA 22205
Arlington County Community Servs Board
2100 Washington Boulevard Arlington, VA 22204
Inova CATS Program
3300 Gallows Road Falls Church, VA 22042
Boxwood Recovery Center
15511 Guinn Lane Culpeper, VA 22701
New Hope Housing Residential Program Center
1554 Columbia Pike Arlington, VA 22204
Insight Into Action Therapy
44340 Premier Plaza Ashburn, VA 20147
Tidewater Psychotherapy Services Horizons
260 Grayson Road Virginia Beach, VA 23462
Winchester Community Mental Health Center
36 Ricketts Drive Winchester, VA 22601
500 Pegasus Court Winchester, VA 22602
ARS of Winchester
210 Front Royal Pike Winchester, VA 22602
LewisGale Physicians Mental Health - Salem
1902 Braeburn Drive Salem, VA 24153
FCCR Southlake
905 Southlake Blvd # C Richmond, VA 23236
Williamsburg Place
5477 Mooretown Road Williamsburg, VA 23188
Living Free Health Services
4306 Evergreen Lane, Suite 204 Annandale, VA 22003
Norfolk Community Services Board Tidewater Drive Center
7460 Tidewater Drive Norfolk, VA 23505
Hampton Roads Clinic Opioid Treatment Program
2712 Washington Avenue Newport News, VA 23607
BHG Newport News Treatment Center
6000 Jefferson Avenue Newport News, VA 23605
Behavioral Healthcare Services
1811 King Street Portsmouth, VA 23704
Lynchburg Comprehensive Treatment Center
4000 Murray Place Lynchburg, VA 24501
Addiction Allies LLC
2137 Lakeside Drive Lynchburg, VA 24501
FCCR Radford
4906 Radford Avenue Richmond, VA 23230
Vanguard Services Unlimited
521 Quincy Street Arlington, VA 22203
Western Tidewater Community Services Board
1000 Commercial Lane Suffolk, VA 23434
VHC Health - Virginia Hospital Center
1701 North George Mason Drive Arlington, VA 22205
Fort Belvoir, VA Outpatient Clinic
9300 DeWitt Loop Fort Belvoir, VA 22060
Colonial Behavioral Health
1657 Merrimac Trail Williamsburg, VA 23185
WMTC - Woodbridge Methadone Treatment Center
8427 Dorsey Circle Suite 101 Manassas, VA 20110
Fairfax Detox Center
4213 Walney Road Chantilly, VA 20151
American Addiction Treatment Center Gloucester
6983 C Mid County Drive Hayes, VA 23072
Mental Wellness Now - Nancy Pinzon, LPC
1363 North Main Street Harrisonburg, VA 22802
New River Comprehensive Treatment Center
140 Larkspur Lane Galax, VA 24333
Behavioral Health Group
1333 Carrsville Highway Franklin, VA 23851
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Human Resources, Inc. - Willow Oaks Residential Treatment

I was put here by a drug court program, I have celiac disease and they went ABOVE AND BEYOND to make sure my nutritional requirements were met. They really made sure that I was eating what I was supposed to, and eating well. I was not supposed to be there, of course no one would believe that. It's very true though. I was treated very respectfully, which was a relief considering the fact that I was screwed by the system. The nurse went over my rights. She also had a homeless man there who had no clothes of his own and brought him her husband's clothes. Everyone there is so caring. I had a great experience, and I would think that I would say the opposite considering the fact that I SHOULD NOT have been in that position. It was not their fault, it was the county i was in who decided. But they treated me with nothing but respect and genuine compassion. I see reviews about not having enough family time. I saw how Boxwood (not sure I spelled it right but know it was one of the two facilities that I would be sent to) operated and they were able to have visitors. But had it explained to me why they thought it would be a negative thing. I saw the pros and cons of both. But really feel this facility was looking out for me and my well being. I have no negative things to say despite the bitterness of being sent there in the first place. If it's the same as when I went there, then be happy.

- Jamie
4.7 out of 5
Cartersville, VA

Blue Ridge Behavioral Healthcare - Burrell Center

Sliding payment scale. Hard to get in to see someone initially. My brother was treated there and seems to be doing better after attempted treatment at other facilities with no success.

- Anonymous
4 out of 5
Roanoke, VA

A New Beginning

While there I worked on the reasons I drank and did drugs. Prior to going there, I had no idea what core beliefs were. I thought they were going to teach me how not to drink and drug - when in actuality they taught me why I did

- John
4.7 out of 5
Chantilly, VA