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Community Services Boards

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    Community Services Boards

    The Commonwealth of Virginia has 40 locally operated Community Services Boards (CSBs), free to use with or without insurance.  CSBs provide mental health and substance use services including outpatient and medically assisted treatments, prevention strategies, educational opportunities, response to psychiatric emergencies, and more.

    Disclaimer: This map is for informational purposes only and is not meant to replace professional emergency medical or law enforcement personnel. Before contacting any professional, do further research, request and contact references, consult a physician, and check with your local Better Business Bureau. This site does not endorse any specific product or service. This site assumes no liability or responsibility for the claims made by the service providers or institutions listed. We assume no expressed or written liability for any of the centers listed here. 

    Treatment and Referral Services

    These free resources can help you find mental health or substance use treatment near you.  

    • FindTreatment.gov – Enter your ZIP code to search for providers who specialize in treating substance use disorders, addiction, and mental illness. This resource also offers general information about treatment and recovery.  
    • 1-800-662-HELP (4357) – The National Helpline is available 24 hours a day, every day of the year, for mental health support and referrals for treatment centers and support groups. Callers to this resource, part of the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, can also order free publications and other information about treatment and recovery. 

    Private Providers

    A number of licensed private providers across the state offer treatment and support for substance use disorders and addiction. Most private providers take insurance or charge a fee for their services, similar to other medical specialists. 

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    Learn More About Treatment

    Learn more about types of treatment and how you can access quality treatment in Virginia.

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