County Opioid Response

Get Help Now

If you or someone you know is experiencing a substance related emergency or needs immediate help now, CALL 911.

You can also contact the ALIVE RVA Addiction Recovery Support Warm Line at 1-833-473-3782. The ALIVE RVA Warm Line is available 24 hours, 7 days a week.

Chesterfield Mental Health Support Services also offers Same Day Access for services, which means you can walk-in to immediately request services. Call (804) 768-7318.

  1. 2019 REVIVE! Training Dates Announced

    The 2019 REVIVE! training dates have been announced. REVIVE! is the state’s opioid overdose and naloxone education program. Read on...
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Prevention and Education

Inmate Outreach Program

 The Sheriff’s Office maintains a robust Outreach program where recovered addicts are available to speak at social clubs, community events, churches, schools, and more about the dangers of drug use and their consequences. They can speak to audiences of all sizes. To schedule a speaker from our HARP Program, (Helping Addicts Recovery Permanently), please contact the Sheriff’s Office.

Juvenile Offender Learning Tour (JOLT)

The Juvenile Offender Learning Tour provides our county youth and young adults with a chance to go behind the scenes and witness life inside the Chesterfield County Jail. Their deputy guided tour of our modern facility focuses on decision making and consequences. Our tours are designed to assist parents and guardians with exposing their loved ones to the reality of life in the county jail. 

Medication Disposal Pouches 

Residents in the counties of Chesterfield and Powhatan, and the city of Colonial Heights, who wish to dispose of unwanted medications may do so by using a free drug-deactivation pouch available at many county locations.

Overdose Reversal Program  

REVIVE! is the state’s opioid overdose and naloxone education program, and is offered to professionals, stakeholders and others so that they can learn how to recognize and respond to opioid overdose emergencies by administering naloxone.  Trainings are free and include kits with Naloxone.

Substance Abuse Free Environment, Inc (SAFE)

SAFE is a substance abuse prevention coalition serving Chesterfield County, engaging our community in working together to prevent and reduce substance abuse.

SAFE coordinates and facilitates the SAFE Opioid and Heroin Prevention Task Force that focuses on positively impacting opioid and heroin use and overdoses in Chesterfield County. All community members, officials, professionals and concerned county residents are encouraged to attend this open meeting and participate in meaningful information sharing, training and education, and strategy planning and implementation.