Adult Substance Use Services
Who can get services with Adult Substance Use Services?
- Adults over age 18
- Other support people
Priority populations include:
- Opiate users
- Persons with HIV+/Aids
- Pregnant women
- Women with children
How are services paid for?
We accept most major forms of insurance. If you don’t have insurance, we also offer services using our sliding fee schedule based on your ability to pay.
How do I make an appointment?
- It all starts with our Same Day Access. Just walk in during business hours and you will be seen the same day for a full clinical assessment. Our business hours are:
- Monday, 8 a.m. to 2 p.m.
- Tuesday through Thursday, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
- Friday, 8 a.m. to 2 p.m.
You will leave with the name of your provider and your next scheduled appointment.
- Outpatient Services
- Women's Services
- Opioid Services
- Detoxification & Residence
- Jail & Division Services
We offer our trauma informed services which include:
- Case management
- Family and friends support group
- Family counseling
- Group counseling
- Individual counseling
- Intensive outpatient services (IOP) - minimum of 9 hours a week
- Peer support services
- Peer supports
Most individuals served have:
- A co-occurring (mental health and substance use) disorder
- Experienced trauma
- Child minding and transportation to decrease obstacles in treatment participation (during hours and will vary based on need)
- Peer specialists (persons with lived experience) are available for additional support on the recovery journey.
- Psychiatric services to eligible individuals
We offer specialized, evidence-based, co-occurring, trauma informed outpatient substance abuse treatment programming for women and their families.
Our priorities are:
- Pregnant women who are using substances due to concerns for the mother and baby
- Postpartum women including women with substance exposed infants
- Mothers with children
Peer specialists are available for additional support.
Treatment options include outpatient and women’s services. We also:
- Assist with payment for medication assisted treatment, including Methadone and Suboxone, contracting with private vendors
- Provide medication assisted treatment on-site only for the prescribing of Suboxone
Note: Individuals must qualify for these services and be involved in recommended treatment services.
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Detoxification & Residential Services
We contract with vendors for this level of care.
Jail & Division Services
Individuals in Chesterfield County jail are:
- offered treatment, including therapy and medication, to assist in addressing mental health and substance use issues
- assisted with discharge planning to connect them with services in the community to maintain progress made while incarcerated
The Jail Diversion is available through our Drug Court program and Dual Treatment Track program.