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FreeTreatmentCenters includes more than just free treatment centers for substance abuse and drug and aclohol related addiction.

We have researched many of the free, sliding scale, discounted, low cost, Medicaid sponsored local treatment centers. Many are non profit drug and alcohol treatment facilities such as faith based organizations.

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Phoenix House - Demeter House

Phoenix House - Demeter House

521 N. Quincy St.
Arlington, VA - 22203
(703) 841-0703

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About this FacilityDemeter House, an innovative, nationally-accredited, residential substance abuse center, serves women in a gender-specific setting that is comfortable and feels like home. The program is designed not only to break the cycle of addiction, but also to empower women to re-enter the community as responsible citizens.  Our addiction counselors, as

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Phoenix House - Independence House

Phoenix House - Independence House

1727 N. Fairfax Drive
Arlington, VA - 22209
(703) 841-0703

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About this FacilityIndependence House is a nationally-accredited,  transitional program that serves male and female residents of Arlington County who have recently completed a primary treatment program. Clients in the early stages of recovery begin to face responsibilities of independent living in a hopeful, supportive atmosphere—working, taking part in j

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Phoenix House - Girls Recovery Lodge

Phoenix House - Girls Recovery Lodge

3530 South 22nd St.
Arlington, VA - 22204
(703) 841-0703

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About this FacilityLocated in a beautiful single-family home in Arlington, Virginia, the Girls Recovery Lodge  is an award-winning, nationally accredited, 12-bed program for teenage girls. We use a cognitive-behavioral, 12-step approach to help residents understand the consequences of their substance use, develop their own recovery resources, and use those tool

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Phoenix House Counseling Center

Phoenix House Counseling Center

200 N. Glebe Rd.
Arlington, VA - 22203
(703) 841-0703

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About this FacilityThe Phoenix House Counseling Center offers treatment and prevention services for adults and adolescents. We match solutions that best meet the needs of clients with a goal for long-term success. These can include outpatient treatment services, assessments for all levels of care including DUI and DWI, substance abuse education, and long-term suppor

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Phoenix House - Program - Arlington

Phoenix House - Program - Arlington

521 N. Quincy St.
Arlington, VA - 22203
(703) 841-0703

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About this FacilityOur Phoenix Program is the flagship of Phoenix Houses of the Mid-Atlantic. Since 1962, this program has provided residential substance abuse treatment for men in a convenient, comfortable, gender-specific setting. This nationally-accredited Phoenix Program helps clients break the cycle of addiction and equips them with the tools they need to re-en

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Phoenix House - Re-Entry

Phoenix House - Re-Entry

521 N. Quincy St.
Arlington, VA - 22203
(703) 841-0703

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About this FacilityOur Re-Entry program offers a supportive, sober living environment for adult men who have completed treatment and are now t moving back into the community and returning to work. Residents of this innovative, nationally-accredited program work during the day and attend program activities in the evening as they begin to assume full responsibility fo

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Phoenix House - Nuevo Dia

Phoenix House - Nuevo Dia

521 N. Quincy St.
Arlington, VA - 22203
(703) 841-0703

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About this FacilityNuevo Dia (“New Day”) is an innovative, nationally-accredited, residential substance abuse program that serves Spanish-speaking men in a gender-specific setting. This culturally responsive program is designed to help clients break the cycle of addiction and re-enter the community as responsible citizens in sustained recovery. Our bilin

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