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Hampton-Newport News Community Services Board

Proudly Serving the Communities of Hampton and Newport News since 1971

SUBSTANCE ABUSE SERVICES

 

Preferences in Admission to Substance Abuse Treatment Programs

Hampton-Newport News gives admission preference to individuals in the following order:

• Pregnant injecting drug users,

• Other pregnant substance abusers,

• Other injecting & opiate drug users, and

• All other individuals.

Following completion of a comprehensive substance abuse assessment, individuals may be enrolled in treatment services.

 

 

Project LINK & Men’s Substance Abuse Case Management

Case management programs aim to assist individuals with substance use disorders through the use of linkages to treatment, recovery supports and basic needs. Individuals receiving case management services are expected to be participating in substance abuse treatment in addition to case management.

 

Payment:  Medicaid and sliding scale fee are accepted.

 

500 B Medical Drive, Hampton, VA 23666

Call 757-788-0500

 

 

South-Eastern Family Project - SEFP

A collaborative effort to provide comprehensive, residential substance abuse treatment for pregnant women and postpartum women. Mothers and newborns can remain together in a healthy, safe, and stable environment. Mothers receive clinical help with their addiction and emotional problems, while learning daily living and parenting skills that will foster healthy child development.

 

Payment:  Medicaid and grant funding are accepted.

 

Call 757-245-1070

 

 

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. Peer Recovery Services are offered in 8 programs across the Hampton-Newport New Community Services Board. Services include but are not limited to:

•Goal Planning and assistance

•Peer to peer counseling

•Referrals to other services

•Prevention, WRAP, and Wellness Action Planning,

•Advocacy and promotion of self-advocacy

•Life skills exploration and development

•Introduction to advocacy groups and mutual-aid support meetings

•Community integration

•Supporting self-determination and self-direction

•Advanced Directive Facilitation

•Group Facilitation

 

 

Opioid Treatment Program

The Opioid Treatment Program at Hampton Roads Clinic offers a unique and specialized program for adults with a long history of dependence on opiates such as prescription pain medications, heroin, and morphine. The program offers a full range of services to help individuals achieve recovery from opiate dependency and improve their quality of life.

 

Payment:  Contact the financial services representative prior to your appointment the cost of your first appointment. Medicaid and a sliding scale are accepted

 

2712 Washington Avenue, Newport News, VA 23607

Call 757-240-5223

 

 

Next Step

Provides treatment for substance dependent citizens that will enable them to develop life styles that are drug free and productive and deal successfully with their life problems and challenges.

 

 

Drug Treatment Courts

An intensive substance abuse treatment 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 DRUG COURT

The Newport News Drug Court Program utilizes the coercive power of the Court in conjunction with a multi-disciplinary team of specially trained staff to effectively treat and Hold accountable non-violent substance abusers.  An effort will be made to effect significant lifestyle changes which will foster productive lives and reduce recidivism.  The ultimate goal is to reduce crime in our community.

 

 HAMPTON DRUG TREATMENT COURT

The Hampton Drug Treatment Court is a specialized court given the responsibility to handle cases involving non-violent felony drug addicted offenders through a comprehensive system of suspension, drug testing, substance abuse treatment and regular court appearances.  This program will ensure consistency in judicial decision making and enhance the coordination of community-based services that will assist in breaking the cycle of addiction.

 

 

Partners in Recovery

Services are designed for individuals who are encountering serious psychiatric problems along with their abuse or dependence on alcohol or drugs. Members of the treatment team integrate psychotherapy, medication management, relapse prevention, and life-skills training with 12-step recovery, crisis intervention and social developmental orientations to support participants in achieving their goals.

 

Psychiatric staff can assess the need for medication to assist with coping with depression, anxiety and other mood disorders.  Psychiatric staff will not prescribe medications that are addictive or medications that treat medical problems.  Groups are available to help individuals learn about addiction, mental health and the process of recovery.  Outpatient groups are generally scheduled weekly for 90 minutes.  Next Step’s day treatment program is scheduled five days per week.

 

Payment: Medicaid, private insurance, and sliding scale are accepted.

 

400-A Medical Drive, Hampton, VA  23666

Call 757-788-0400

 

Let us know if you meet any of the criteria for preferences in admission.

 

Items to bring for your first appointment- Picture ID, pay stub, proof that you are a resident of Hampton or Newport News, insurance card and any medications or pill bottles.

 

 

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

 

300 Medical Drive, Hampton, VA 23666 - (757) 788-0300