If you're looking to help yourself or someone you love struggling with substance abuse issues in Amherst, VA, Rehabs.com houses a sizable online database of exclusive private programs, as well as myriad other choices. We can help you discover drug and alcohol abuse care centers for a range of addictions to crystal meth, Clonidine or other addictive drug or alcohol. Search for an excellent rehab program in Amherst now, and take off on the road to sober living.
Amherst Inpatient Drug and Alcohol Rehab Programs
Premium Listings near Amherst, VA
Recovery Centers of America at LighthouseMays Landing, New Jersey 267 Miles from Amherst, VA
Enlightened SolutionsEgg Harbor City, New Jersey 272 Miles from Amherst, VA
Clearbrook ManorLaurel Run, Pennsylvania 299 Miles from Amherst, VA
Excel Treatment CenterDover, New Jersey 332 Miles from Amherst, VA
Aware Recovery Care In-Home Addiction Treatment in ConnecticutNorth Haven, Connecticut 427 Miles from Amherst, VA
AdCare Outpatient Facility, SpringfieldWest Springfield, Massachusetts 461 Miles from Amherst, VA
AdCare Rhode IslandNorth Kingstown, Rhode Island 486 Miles from Amherst, VA
AdCare Outpatient Facility, WarwickWarwick, Rhode Island 492 Miles from Amherst, VA
AdCare Rhode Island - GreenvilleGreenville, Rhode Island 495 Miles from Amherst, VA
AdCare Rhode Island - PortsmouthPortsmouth, Rhode Island 497 Miles from Amherst, VA
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More Info About Rehab in Amherst, VA
Should I Travel for the Best Addiction Treatment?
Complete addiction treatment requires the aid of a great rehabilitation center in Amherst. Many clinics offer a variety of alternatives to meet individual needs, such as residential or outpatient rehab, 28-day, 30-day or 90-day programs with long lasting benefits, and executive luxury options. Whatever your decision, Amherst rehab facilities find methods to get to the bottom of the substance abuse issue.
Latest Reviews of Rehabs in Amherst, VA
they get people clean and keep them that way no weaknesses that come to mind it is something people have to find for their own well being
providing a good support network
I think the treatment is pretty effective. The program is for women and children, reuniting moms with their children who are in foster care or unborn. A lot of parenting skills are emphasized and a lot of families are reunited. We allow mothers to have their children in treatment with them. This is especially important for pregnant women with a history of using. Their baby would be removed at birth in most cases. By coming into treatment prior to giving birth, most of our babies are born drug free. The mother can return to the facility with her child and the support of our staff. We have an onsite pediatric nurse and a licensed nursery. We encourage breast feeding and bonding. Most of these women do not have a clue about being a mother and are eager to learn. Due to budget constraints we are unable to offer many "extra" curricular activities for the women. We do have yoga and acupuncture but there are so many cultural events that happen in our city that it would be awesome to expose these women to but this is beyond our budget.
Meet the Pros
Mark Messer, LSWPrimary Therapist Ohio Addiction Recovery Center
Mark is a native of Columbus, Ohio. In 2014, he graduated from The Ohio State University with and Undergraduate degree in Social Work. He is a Licensed Social Worker (LSW) and specializes in chemical dependency counseling, adolescent therapy, family dynamics, and strength based therapy. He started with Ohio Addiction Recovery Center in October 2015, shortly after opening. He has recently started working in Equine Assisted Therapy, and Recreational Therapy. I He believes in putting his heart and soul into savings the lives of every client he comes into contact with.Show Bio
Clifford Q Cabansag, MD, CTTSAddiction Medicine Physician Lindner Center of HOPE
As an addiction specialist, Dr. Cabansag brings addiction medicine expertise to the Lindner Center of HOPE team. Prior to joining us at LCOH, Dr. Cabansag trained as an Addiction Medicine Fellow at Cincinnati VAMC / University of Cincinnati, which was one of only 10 such fellowships to be recognized by the American Board of Addiction Medicine in their 2011 inaugural accreditations. While there, he received extensive training in substance use disorders, particularly in opioid, tobacco and alcohol use disorders. Likewise, his training included the treatment of co-occurring psychiatric disorders as well as motivational interviewing.Show Bio
Nancy Jones Keogh, PhDClinical Director Community Health Center
Dr. Nancy Jones Keogh joined Community Health Center in 1996 and serves as the Clinical Director overseeing all behavioral health programs. Her areas of expertise include psychological assessment and diagnosis, treatment of anxiety disorders and addiction treatment. In addition to her duties at CHC, she is in private practice and is a member of the medical staff at Akron General Medical Center and is an adjunct clinical faculty member at The University of Akron.Show Bio
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