Cornerstones is a highly intensive, long-term residential treatment program in Chantilly 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 is a residential substance abuse treatment/habilitation program in the Kingstowne area serving adults with substance use disorders or co-occurring substance use and mental health disorders. A supervised living program is also available.
A New Beginning
A New Beginning is a 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 issues related to family of origin, relationships, trauma, identity and co-dependency. A community-based supervised living program is also available.
New Generations is a residential treatment program in Vienna 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. A community based supervised living program is also available. Learn more about New Generations.
Residential Admissions Unit
The Residential Admissions Unit provides outreach and engagement services as well as information on community and agency resources to individuals on the waiting list for residential treatment services.
- Leland House – A public-private partnership with United Methodist Family Services (UMFS) and the county’s Community Policy and Management Team, Leland House is an 8-bed, 45 day 24-hour crisis stabilization facility that serves youth ages 12-17 who are in a psychiatric crisis or who need step-down services from an acute psychiatric setting. The program includes services by licensed mental health clinicians, a psychiatrist, and on-site education from Fairfax County Public Schools. Each youth receives individual, group, and family therapy weekly, as well as case management services during their stay. In addition to treatment services, all youth are eligible to receive Intensive Care Coordination services. Leland House is a Medicaid Level-C Residential Treatment Center provider. UMFS' website includes a program flier and information what to expect as a family member of a resident.
- Phoenix House of the Mid-Atlantic – Residential, transitional and outpatient services for adults and adolescents who have substance use disorders or co-occurring substance use and mental health disorders.