Community Recovery Assistance & Resources

There is a variety of resources available to assist in your addiction recovery journey.  The following is a list of support resources that may help during the recovery process.  

Breaking Chains Addiction & Recovery

Fields United Methodist Church
412 Third Street
Shenandoah, VA 22849
12-week, faith-based program for life controlling substances. Sessions may begin at any week. Open to teens and adults.

Northwestern Community Services - Luray

136 General Drive
Luray, VA 22835
Outpatient, case management, day support, residential and emergency programs that are designed to enhance the quality of life for both children and adults affected by emotional/behavioral disorders, mental illness, substance use, and intellectual disabilities and developmental disabilities.

Page County Drug Court

103 South Court Street, Suite F
Luray, VA 22835
Contact: Holly Williams
An alternative to jail for non-violent drug offenders, participants must be approved by the Commonwealth Attorney and agree to complete five phases of substance use treatment and supervision during their probation, all of which require various levels of community coordination and frequent drug testing.

SaVida Health, Luray

700 East Main Street
Luray, VA 22835
Opioid and alcohol addiction treatment center in Luray, VA. Suboxone doctors providing FDA approved medication-assisted treatment options for an effective recovery. Treatment may include Suboxone, Sublocade, Buprenorphine, and Vivitrol, among others. Our Luray, VA addiction treatment center is staffed by licensed and experienced professionals that deliver respectful and compassionate care. Our integrated addiction treatment services include in-house counseling, case management and medication.

VAMedicaid (VAMED)

320 North Hawksbill Street
Luray, VA 22835
Organization dedicated to treating chemical dependency through the appropriate medication assisted treatment, (MAT), of various types of individuals. Patients that may be appropriate for outpatient medication assisted treatment in four categories: chemically dependent and alcoholic patients requiring detoxification; opioid dependent patients seeking maintenance stabilization; detoxed patients with mental health medication management needs; and, chemical dependency and alcohol assessment for legal issues.