Paths to Wellness

For People Affected by Addiction

Drug Rehab
Drug Rehabs

Community Outreach Programs, Shelters and Rehabs in Virginia

Freedom House
1201 Hull Street
Richmond, VA 23224
Phone: (804) 233-3867
Email: ken@freedomhouserichmond.org
Services: Freedom House provides up to 12 months of temporary housing for adult men and women, rehabilitation and substance abuse referrals.

CARITAS - Single Adult Program
P.O. Box 25790
Richmond, VA 23260
Phone: (804) 358-0964
Email: info@caritasshelter.org
Services: The Single Adult Program provides shelter and meals to single adults, substance abuse referrals available.

Doorways - Family Residence
P.O. Box 100185
Arlington, VA 22210
Phone: (703) 522-8858
Email: info@doorwaysva.org
Services: This program provides temporary housing for women and families.

Span - Emergency Shelter
2049 N. 15th Street
Arlington, VA 22201
Phone: (703) 528-3082
Email: shelter@a-span.org
Services: This Shelter is open from November 1st to March 31st and provides housing, meals, rehab referrals and support groups.

The Dwelling Place
P.O. Box 6194
Norfolk, VA 23508
Phone: (757) 624-9879
Email: tmanthey@infionline.net
Services: The Dwelling Place provides temporary housing for families in need.

Katherine K. Hanley Family Residence
13000 Lee Highway
Fairfax, VA 22030
Phone: (571) 522-6800
Email: info@shelterhouse.org
Services: The Katherine K. Hanley Family residence provides families with shelter, support groups, and after school tutoring.

Crossroads Emergency Shelter
Wytheville, VA 24382
Phone: (276) 228-9270
Email: contact@crossroads-shelter.org
Services: This program provides temporary housing and case management for single men, women and families.

St. Joseph's Villa
8000 Brook Road
Richmond, VA 23227
Phone: (804) 553-3200
Email: mlucero@sjvmail.net
Services: St. Joseph's Villa provides up to 120 days of housing for children between the ages of 12 and 17.

People with addiction issues can overcome their condition affordably by signing up with a state-sponsored drug rehab program. The programs in Virginia, which are offered in such major metropolitan cities as Norfolk, Richmond and Chesapeake, offer addiction treatment to the homeless as well as low-income individuals. Programs begin with detoxification, which is followed by psychological counseling and the administration of meds. While the accommodations are basic next to the expensive luxury residences that are offered at pricier sites, patients still receive an all-inclusive complement of service offerings.