196 Cumberland Road
Cedar Bluff, VA 24609
Telephone: (276) 964-6702
Fax: (276) 964-5669
TDD: (800) 347-4939
Crisis After Hours: (800) 286-0586
Our philosophy promotes services that are recovery focused, person centered, strengths based, community based, and accessible.
The Substance Abuse Program’s goal is to ensure that all individuals struggling with substance use or co-occurring disorders are provided treatment and support options and resources that foster their physical, emotional, spiritual, and family’s well-being.
Adult males and females aged 18 years and older experiencing substance abuse problems.
Priority admission is given to the following populations:
Individuals meeting priority population are always offered immediate appointments or are encouraged to be seen within forty-eight (48) hours in order to more immediately determine needs, including referrals to specialized services.
In outpatient services, the principle objective is to keep individuals engaged in treatment while moving toward recovery and while preventing relapse. A continuum of care including treatment and support services for substance use and co-occurring disorders, when fully implemented, can result in reducing an individual’s health consequences and crimes related to substance abuse and improve productivity.
Assessment and intervention approaches emphasize an individual’s uniqueness, level of functioning, and susceptibility to addictive behavior(s) by assessing for stages of change and by collecting, integrating, and interpreting multiple measures of biological, psychological, and social functioning.
In Case Management Services, a principle objective is to keep individuals engaged in treatment while moving toward recovery and while preventing relapse. Another principle objective in Case Management Services is to address an individual’s other problems concurrently with his/her substance abuse issues to increase the chances of successful treatment outcomes.
Case Management Services is available to males and females aged eighteen (18) years of age or older with a substance use or co-occurring disorder as defined by DSM-IV.
Project LINK is an intensive case management program for eligible and interested females. Project LINK targets females with substance use disorders or issues who are pregnant, postpartum, parenting, and/or of child bearing age.
Project LINK is an interagency, community-based collaborative program designed to coordinate and enhance existing services to help meet the extensive and multiple needs of women and their children whose lives have been affected by substance use. Through the use of innovative linkages, LINK seeks to provide a full continuum of care by integrating prevention, early intervention, and treatment services with health care and other human and supportive services. This philosophy promotes services that are recovery focused, person centered, strengths based, community based, accessible, and cost and outcome effective.
The Laurels Recovery Center operates two regional residential programs, The Laurels and Residential Recovery. The Laurels is a two phase program that includes medically supervised detox and stabilization services in Phase I and short term residential treatment and rehabilitation services in Phase II. Residential Recovery is a crisis stabilization unit. The Laurels and Residential Recovery are licensed to accept individuals on a voluntary basis, on an involuntary basis via a Temporary Detention Order (TDO), and on voluntary and involuntary commitment orders.
The physical environment includes:
Multiple occupancy bedrooms that meet the requirements of the Americans with Disabilities Act
Bedrooms that are designed to house two (2) individuals
Adequate private storage for clothing and personal belongings
Beds that are clean and comfortable and are equipped with mattresses, pillows, and comforters
Bedrooms that are compatible with use of suicide precautions
Phase I services admit males and females aged eighteen (18) years or older with a substance use disorder as defined by DSM-IV.
The Substance Abuse Outpatient Program’s Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) Services is a suboxone maintenance program. Individuals are screened and assessed using Outpatient Services’ screening and assessment protocols and instruments. MAT Services is not a medication only service. Individuals are also required to actively participate in and comply with treatment, case management, and support services as identified in the ISP.
Medication management services for MAT are located at The Laurels Recovery Center. An individual in MAT Services works collaboratively with his/her Case Manager and other service providers.
MAT serves adults aged eighteen (18) years or older with an opiate dependence diagnosis.
Recovery Support Services are peer driven support services provided by Recovery Coaches who are in active recovery. Recovery Support Services provide an important alternative for individuals who are not yet ready for treatment and are an important support for individuals in treatment and for individuals who are post treatment. Recovery Coaches provide informational, emotional, affiliation, and instrumental support services for individuals with substance use or co-occurring disorders and issues.
Recovery Support Services serves adults aged eighteen (18) and older with substance use or co-occurring disorders and serves interested family members/significant others.