24/7 Access to Crisis Services
Hampton-Newport News Community Services Board
Proudly Serving the Communities of Hampton and Newport News since 1971
ADDICTION AND RECOVERY TREATMENT SERVICES
How to access our services
For contracted residential/inpatient Services, please call 757-788-0500.
A credentialed staff will assess you either for residential/inpatient medically monitored withdrawal services (detoxification/tapering services) or for clinically managed residential services.
For problems with or addiction to opioid/morphine-based medications or drugs, please call
• Hampton Roads Clinic (a Medication Assisted Treatment Service (MAT) using methadone) at 757-240-5223
• Office-Based Opioid Treatment Services (a Medication Assisted Treatment Services (MAT) using Suboxone) at
If you are pregnant and are using drugs and/or alcohol, please call South-Eastern Family Project (SEFP) at 757-245-1070.
For help with other substance use difficulties, please call 757-788-0400 for an array of treatment options.
For afterhours, weekends and holidays, you can reach our 24/7 Crisis Services at (757) 788-0011.
We give admission preference (if a waiting list is pending) to individuals in the following order:
• Pregnant injecting drug users
• Other pregnant substance users
• Other injecting & opiate drug users, and
• All other individuals.
Following completion of a comprehensive assessment, individuals may be enrolled in services.
South-Eastern Family Project - SEFP
The South-Eastern Family Project is a comprehensive residential program for pregnant women who are addicted to alcohol and/or drugs. Gender specific substance use treatment services are provided in a healthy, stable and secure residential environment. The program is designed to serve residents based on individual need in a person centered treatment environment which encourages stabilization. A holistic approach to prevention, intervention, support and treatment is provided to foster the physical, emotional and spiritual well-being for the women and families.
Payment: Medicaid and grant funding are accepted.
Hampton Roads Clinic - HRC
Hampton Roads Clinic (HRC) provides comprehensive outpatient treatment and recovery services for individuals who have an opioid use diagnosis using methadone prescribed by a licensed physician. In addition to medication assisted treatment, HRC provides cognitive behavioral and psycho-educational counseling services in an individual, group and or family setting.
Peer Recovery Services
Peer Recovery Services are support services delivered by Peer Recovery Specialists. Peer Recovery Specialists are individuals with lived experience with mental health/substance use disorders who utilize that experience to support others in a journey toward self-defined recovery.
Partners in Recovery - PIR
Partners in Recovery provides comprehensive outpatient substance use and co-occurring treatment services for adults, age 18 and over. Services include: Outpatient, Intensive Outpatient, Office-based Opioid treatment (Buprenorphine/Suboxone) and a Psychosocial Rehabilitation Program.
Case Management Services
Case Management meets the personal, interpersonal, occupational/educational and social needs of adults who are diagnosed with substance use and/or co-occurring disorders (substance use and mental health disorders). Our Project Link Services provides specialized assistance to women and to children from birth through age 7 who are at risk for and/or diagnosed with serious emotional disturbance. Additionally, our case management unit provides linkage to contractual residential/inpatient medically withdrawal services and to clinically managed residential services.
Drug Treatment Courts
An intensive addiction and recovery treatment services program for offenders with matters in Circuit Court. The program is a part of a multi-disciplinary team that provides services to non-violent felony offenders addicted to drugs and alcohol. Services include: intensive substance abuse treatment, drug testing, case management, life skills education, relapse prevention, and gender specific treatment. Through collaboration with community partners a vast array of additional services are provided in an effort to remove all barriers from treatment.
NEWPORT NEWS AND HAMPTON DRUG COURTS
The Drug Courts provide intensive substance use treatment to non-violent felony offenders. These programs are an alternative to incarceration and provide holistic services in an effort to develop productive citizens.
Other Recovery Supports
•Narcotics Anonymous (NA) 1-800-777-8669 www.na.org
•Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) 757-595-1212 www.aa.org
•Substance Abuse Addiction and Recovery Alliance (SAARA) www.saara.org
•National Alliance on Mentally Illness (NAMI) 757-810-4078 www.nami.org
•SpiritWorks Foundation 757-564-0001 www.spiritworksfoundation.org
(includes a women’s discovery group)
•SMART Recovery www.smartrecovery.org
•Oxford House www.oxfordhouse.org
•Online In the Rooms www.intherooms.com
•Celebrate Recovery www.celebraterecovery.com
•Reformers Unanimous www.rurecovery.com