CSB Services - Residential Treatment & Detox
Residential treatment includes comprehensive services for youth and adults:
- Individual, group and family therapy
- Psychiatric services
- Medication management
- Case management
- Continuing care services to assist with transition back to the community
Services are provided in residential treatment settings that are matched to the level and duration of care each individual needs, and include intermediate and long-term treatment with 24-hour staffing, and supervised treatment services with staffing 12-18 hours per day.
Specialized treatment services are provided for:
- People with co-occurring disorders (substance use and mental illness)
- Pregnant and post-partum women
- People whose primary language is Spanish
- Fairfax Detoxification Center (4213 Walney Road, Chantilly), 703-502-7000, TTY 703-322-9080 – Short-term residential substance abuse program for adults to safely detoxify from the effects of drugs and/or alcohol. Services include medical detoxification, buprenorphine detoxification, outreach and social detoxification.
- Diversion to Detox – Mobile team of CSB staff responds to police requests to intervene at the scene of a potential arrest to refer the individual instead to detoxification services.
- Outpatient Detox
- Cornerstones – A highly intensive, long-term residential treatment program serving individuals with both a serious mental illness and a serious substance use disorder who require integrated and intensive treatment. A community-based apartment program is also available.
- Crossroads – Residential substance abuse treatment/habilitation program serving adults with substance use disorders or co-occurring substance use and mental health disorders.
- A New Beginning – Residential treatment program that provides rehabilitation services to adults with substance use and co-occurring substance use and mental health disorders. The program provides a highly structured environment with a daily therapeutic schedule. Initial structure, rules and guidelines help an individual progress toward development of responsible, recovery oriented behaviors focused on healthy decision making, personal responsibility and ownership of the recovery process. Individuals are challenged to self-diagnose their substance use and/or co-occurring disorder and develop the coping skills and support systems needed to support ongoing recovery. Program participants are offered individual, group, and family counseling, psychiatric assessment as needed, medication monitoring, comprehensive case management, substance abuse education, acupuncture, bibliotherapy, and regular involvement in the 12-Step recovery communities. Sober recreation, stress reduction and exercise are also components of the program. The program addresses other core psychological issues which may impede recovery. These could include, but are not limited to, issues related to family of origin, relationships, trauma, identity and co-dependency.
- A New Direction (formerly Steps to Recovery) – Residential treatment program for adults with substance use disorders or co-occurring substance abuse and mental health disorders. Services and supervision are offered daily and focus on community reintegration and recovery life skills.
- New Generations – A residential treatment program for women who have a substance use disorder and/or co-occurring substance use and mental health disorders. Women entering New Generations are pregnant, or enter with their child 4 years or younger, or are in a parenting relationship with a child who resides elsewhere.
- Residential Admissions Unit
Leland House – A public-private partnership with United Methodist Family Services
and the county’s Community Policy and
Management Team, Leland House is a crisis care facility
that serves youth ages 12-17 who are in a psychiatric crisis or
who need step-down services from an acute psychiatric setting.
Leland House is a Medicaid Level-C Residential Treatment Center
- Learn more about Behavioral Health Services for Children, Youth and Families (also available in Spanish)
- Phoenix House of the Mid-Atlantic – Residential, transitional and outpatient services for adults and adolescents who have substance use disorders or co-occuring substance use and mental health disorders.
- Leland House – A public-private partnership with United Methodist Family Services and the county’s Community Policy and Management Team, Leland House is a crisis care facility that serves youth ages 12-17 who are in a psychiatric crisis or who need step-down services from an acute psychiatric setting. Leland House is a Medicaid Level-C Residential Treatment Center provider.
To find out more about these services, call CSB Entry and Referral Services (available Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.) at 703-383-8500, TTY 711. Staff can take calls in English and Spanish and can access other languages when needed. [Not sure you need to call us? Take one of our quick, confidential online screenings.]
You can come in person to Entry & Referral Services at the CSB's Merrifield Center Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. for a screening for services, without prior appointment. [What to bring for your first visit.]