FCCR RadfordRichmond, VA
FCCR Radford’s Medication-assisted treatment program includes methadone and buprenorphine (Suboxone) to reduce cravings and withdrawal symptoms of opioid addiction. Patients benefit from a full clinical evaluation and customized treatment plan that includes individual, family, and group counseling. Medication management, aftercare monitoring, 12-step meetings, and SMART Recovery are provided in addition to relapse prevention and life skills training. We also offer a specialized professional program for doctors, pilots, lawyers, nurses, and more.
FCCR Radford OutpatientRichmond, VA
FCCR Radford Outpatient in Richmond, Virginia offers a wide variety of services for individuals and families being impacted by substance use disorder. Men, women, and teens struggling with substance abuse will find help through our continuum of treatment programs.
Our specialized adolescent program offers a continuum of care designed specifically for adolescents and their families based on history of and severity of substance use. Our outpatient adult programs include Assessment and Intervention, Intensive Outpatient groups (IOP), and Continuing Care groups.
This specialized program is uniquely designed for teenagers struggling with substance use, incorporating their families and care-takers to provide the best treatment and support possible. We offer a continuum of care specifically for adolescents and their families based on history and severity of substance use. This includes our Adolescent Early Intervention, Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP), and Continuing Care groups.
These groups include regular drug screening and family involvement. We find it important for guardians to be actively involved in treatment, so families are included throughout these groups to receive psychoeducation about substance use and related impacts. We also offer individual and family counseling sessions as needed to best address needs for each client.
We can also coordinate psychiatry services on site.
All of our groups are considered to be “open enrollment”, meaning there is no specific start date and clients may begin right away if appropriate for services. To ensure we find the best support for each individual, a 1-hour intake is completed with a clinician, followed by individualized treatment recommendations.
Aftercare monitoring, 12-step meetings, and SMART Recovery are provided in addition to relapse prevention and life skills training. We also offer a specialized professional program for doctors, pilots, lawyers, nurses, and more.
For additional questions, contact us to speak directly with one of our licensed clinicians to see if our adolescent services are right for you and your teenager.
FCCR SouthlakeRichmond, VA
FCCR offers medication-assisted treatment (MAT) such as methadone and buprenorphine (Suboxone). Individual, family, and group counseling are available. Families are invited to participate in the treatment plans of their loved ones. Health Professional evening group offered. Licensed and certified clinical and medical staff available to assess the needs of patients and assist in finding local resources. Accepting Medicaid members and most commercial insurance participants. A licensed and board-accredited program.
Leesburg Treatment ServicesRichmond, VA
Leesburg Treatment Services serves individuals struggling with addiction to opioids with compassion and grace. Our full continuum of care, including Intensive Outpatient Treatment (IOP), General Outpatient Treatment (OP), and Partial Hospitalization (PHP) treatment options employs traditional and innovative evidence-based practices. Medication-assisted treatment, including buprenorphine (Suboxone) and naltrexone (Vivitrol), is offered through our Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT) Office-Based Opiate Treatment (OBOT) programs.
Clients receive personalized treatment plans that incorporate individual, family, and group Counseling. Evidence-based therapies include Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Mindfulness, Motivational Enhancement Therapy (MET), Motivational Interviewing (MI), and Somatic Experiencing.
Relapse prevention, anger management, grief/loss therapy, life skills, meditation Groups, and vocational counseling provide the support needed for long-term recovery from opioid misuse or addiction.