DIRECT SERVICES:

Arlington County Department of Human Services: Child & Family Services -

Mental health counseling services for adults, teens and children; 24-hour emergency services; diagnosis and treatment; substance use intervention programs.

703-228-1592


​Opioid Awareness: https://health.arlingtonva.us/opioid-awareness/


Phoenix Houses of the Mid-Atlantic -

Residential, transitional and outpatient treatment with gender specific programs available. Assessment center provides comprehensive evaluations of substance use, addiction and related mental health problems in order to identify the most appropriate treatment approach.

703-841-0703 


Inova Kellar Center -

​Day treatment for alcohol and drug use. Mental Health services including: full spectrum diagnosis, treatment of ADHD and school-related issues.

703-218-8500


Emergency Mental Health Services -

Assessment, crisis intervention and stabilization, short-term counseling, on-call psychiatric services and critical stress management services for individuals and families.

703-228-5160


Dominion Hospital -

Specialize in children and adolescents with emotional, behavioral and psychological problems, short attention span, restlessness, eating disorders, substance use and self-destructive behavior.Day treatment and inpatient programs.

703-538-2872


Virginia Hospital Center -

Full range of substance use services including: inpatient treatment, outpatient detox, outpatient treatment, dual diagnosis program and families/concerned persons program.

703-558-6541


Children's National Medical Center -

Pediatric specialists trained to recognize major depression, dysthymic disorder and manic-depressive illness. Comprehensive evaluation during initial visit. Follow-up care available: individual therapy, family therapy and medication when necessary.

202-476-5000


The George Washington University Hospital -

Early assessment and treatment of behavioral health problems including: inpatient hospitalization, emergency room assessments, ECT (inpatient and outpatient), treatment for mood disorders, depression and bipolar disorder, treatment for those with dual diagnosis (mental health/substance use).

202-715-4000


Psychiatric Institute of Washington -

Comprehensive behavioral healthcare for children, adolescents and adults suffering from mental health and addictive illnesses. Short-term acute care hospital offering inpatient hospitalization, partial and intensive outpatient, as well as specialized treatment programs for chemical dependency.

202-885-5610 or 800-369-2273


These resources are for informational purposes only. Second Chance does not endorse any of these organizations. For additional information and assistance, contact the organization directly.



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