Recovery Unplugged

DC Metro
Drug & Alcohol Rehab

4.8 (192 Reviews)

The history books refer to Virginia as “The birthplace of a nation,” but for the people of Recovery Unplugged, it’s a place of rebirth. A facility providing all the comfort and amenities you need to cope with behavioral health issues, along with evidence based, music assisted programs that help you build the foundation you need to live and thrive in recovery.

Recovery Unplugged

DC Metro
Services

Learn more about the full suite of services we offer to help you along your recovery journey. Talk to a counselor at Recovery Unplugged, Annandale.

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    Adolescent
Programming

    Fully online mental health
and substance recovery care
for teens aged 13-17.
Includes group settings,
individual sessions and access
to a medical provider.

  • Behavioral Rehab

    Behavioral
Rehabilitation

    Dynamic music-assisted rehab programs let you to address the root causes and triggers of
your substance use while developing coping mechanisms
to avoid relapse in long-term recovery.

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    Outpatient
& Intensive
Outpatient Care

    Our customized, treatment
programs allow you to get
the care you need for
alcohol and drug addiction
(programs 6-12 weeks).

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    Partial
Hospitalization
Programs

    A variety of treatment services like behavioral rehab and counseling with a certified or Board-Eligible psychiatrist (programs from 2-6 weeks).

  • Medication

    Medication Assisted
Treatment

    Our trusted and reputable medical staff provides
FDA-approved medications
to help assist therapy and
reduce the effects of
withdrawal and cravings.

  • Music Note Gold

    Music Assisted
Treatment

    We use music as a catalyst
to help our clients build trust, process trauma and more
readily embrace treatment.
It’s a part everything we do.

Recovery Unplugged

DC Metro
Amenities

No matter how long you’re here, or what level of care you need, Recovery Unplugged is committed to providing a safe, supportive, comfortable
and dignified care experience. Facility amenities will vary based on levels of care.

  • Beautiful, comfortable, living spaces
  • Chef-prepared meals
  • World-class doctors
and nurses
  • Fully equipped music spaces
  • Freshly prepared meals and snacks
  • Musical performances

ALSO AVAILABLE ONLINE

Learn More

MUSIC MAKES
THE DIFFERENCE

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towards recovery

Call Us 1-855-534-4289

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Nearly all insurances welcomed and accepted

Recovery Unplugged
Drug & Alcohol Rehab

5105Q Backlick Road
Annandale, VA 22003
(571) 517-2430

DC Metro
BEHAVIORAL HEALTH
RESOURCE GUIDE

How to choose the best
alcohol and drug rehab
center in DC Metro

There is no one size fits all program for recovery treatment. An addiction treatment center should include a variety of experiential and diverse therapy options to meet unique needs. While this is a personal choice there are a number of amenities and treatment options to look for that will enhance your recovery experience.

How to pay for the
addiction treatment
you need

Whether you have insurance from your employer or a private healthcare plan, it’s common for addiction treatment programs to have pre-negotiated terms with major health insurance companies as an in-network provider. There may also be private payment plans and grants from SAMHSA, the VA, Medicare, Medicaid, or other charitable organizations available.

Start your journey
to recovery in
DC Metro today

We serve VA cities across the state,
including Norfolk, Emporia, Virginia Beach, Alexandria, Winchester, Richmond, Mount Regis, Chesapeake, Arlington, Lynchburg, and Virginia City. Our Northern VA addiction facility includes a casual, sober environment to focus on your health, wellness, and recovery without distractions.

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Help for
addiction in
DC Metro

Battling an alcohol or substance abuse disorder can be isolating and scary. The help you need is only a phone call away.

Call Us 1-855-534-4289

FAQS: DC Metro

SOBER THINGS
TO DO IN DC Metro

Great Falls Park

16%

From 2016 to 2020, 16% of
Old Dominion state residents over the age of 18 reported binge drinking.

4

In 2020, The Virginia Department of Health reported that an average of four overdose deaths that occurred each day were related to opioid abuse.

Emergency Services for Addiction in DC Metro

Inova Fairfax
Medical Campus
3300 Gallows Rd
Falls Church, VA 22042
703-776-4001
Open 24 Hours

VHC Health
1701 N George Mason Dr
Arlington, VA 22205
703-558-5000
Open 24 hours

George Washington
University Hospital
900 23rd St NW
Washington, DC 20037
202-715-4000
Open 24 hours

Mason District Station,
Fairfax County Police
6507 Columbia Pike
Annandale, VA 22003
703-256-8035 or 911

Alexandria City
Police Department
3600 Wheeler Ave
Alexandria, VA 22304
703-746-4444 or 911

Annandale Volunteer
Fire Department
7128 Columbia Pike
Annandale, VA 22003
703-256-2552 or 911

Annandale Volunteer

Fire Station 206
4609 Seminary Rd
Alexandria, VA 22304
703-746-4444 or 911

Community Resources
for Mental Health & Addiction in DC Metro

Dual Diagnosis
Anonymous
Find DDA meetings
near me here.

Alcoholics Anonymous
Find an AA meeting
near me here.

Narcotics
Anonymous
Find an NA meeting
near me here.

Narcan Classes
and Overdose Prevention
Training
Find Narcan training
near me here.

SMART
Recovery
For a SMART Recovery meeting near me, see here for in-person and online options.

Take the first step
towards recovery

Call Us 1-855-534-4289

Sources

[1]Virginia Department of health. (n.d.-b). Alcohol-related death in Virginia. Retrieved from https://www.vdh.virginia.gov/content/uploads/sites/110/2022/04/Alcohol_Related_Death_VA_Report.pdf on May 12, 2023

[2]NAMI. (n.d.). Mental health in Virginia – Nami. Retrieved from https://www.nami.org/NAMI/media/NAMI-Media/StateFactSheets/VirginiaStateFactSheet.pdf on May 12, 2023

[3]Opioid Data. (2022, April 27). Opioid homepage. Retrieved from https://www.vdh.virginia.gov/drug-overdose-data/ May 12, 2023