Virginia State Funded Rehab Centers

Treatment Centers Nearby

Call 800-496-0542 to speak with an alcohol or drug abuse counselor. provides only listings of drug and alcohol rehab centers that use government money to support people who are addicted to alcohol or drugs receive treatment or supportive services. A vast majority of drug users are in this category due to having spent all of their money on their addiction. That is why it is important for states to provide for this service.

Cities in Virginia with State Funded Rehab Centers

Bacon Street Youth and Family Services

247 McLaws Circle
Williamsburg, VA - 23185

Great Falls Co-ed Residential Treatment in Sagebrush

P.O. Box 554
Great Falls, VA - 22066

Frontier Health Lee County Behavioral Health Center

34084 Wilderness Road
Jonesville, VA - 24263

Frontier Health Wise County Mental Health Center

43 Champions Avenue
Big Stone Gap, VA - 24219

Frontier Health Scott County Behavioral Health Service

1006 U.S. Highway 23 North
Weber City, VA - 24290

Dickenson County Behav Health Servs

440 Fox Town Road
Clintwood, VA - 24228

Cumberland Mountain Comm Servs Board Substance Abuse Program

1014 Stillhouse Hollow Road
Grundy, VA - 24614

Cumberland Mountain Comm Servs Board SA Outpatient Program

78 Rogers Street
Lebanon, VA - 24266

Highlands Community Services/Outpt Substance Abuse Intensive Trt Program

610 Campus Drive
Abingdon, VA - 24210

Cumberland Mountain Comm Servs Board Substance Abuse Program

113 Cumberland Road
Cedar Bluff, VA - 24609

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Phone Referral

Call 800-496-0542 to speak with an alcohol or drug abuse counselor

What Are State Funded Rehab Centers?

State Funded Rehab Centers, other than medicaid, are government funded rehab centers. These are low to no cost rehab centers for addicted people.

Are these State Funded Rehab Centers free?

Yes, these are very affordable or free options for those needing addiction treatment. These public assistance facilities often have waiting lists. View our FAQ and How To section for information on getting accepted in to these programs.