On May 21, 2013, Phoenix Houses of the Mid-Atlantic participated in a Prince William County symposium on underage drinking and drug use.
Phoenix Houses of the Mid-Atlantic.
Since 1962, Phoenix Houses of the Mid-Atlantic has served more than 30,000 individuals struggling with substance abuse. Formerly known as Vanguard Services Unlimited, we joined forces with Phoenix House in 2010 to become Phoenix Houses of the Mid-Atlantic and continue to be one of the foremost treatment centers in the region.
Our treatment facilities, located in Virginia, also serve clients from Maryland, Washington, D.C., Delaware, West Virginia, Pennsylvania, and North Carolina.
Our nationally accredited programs provide outstanding residential, transitional, and outpatient treatment with gender-specific programs available for both adults and adolescents. A Spanish-speaking men’s residential program is also available. Our counselors, physicians, and psychiatric staff use a 12-step approach to address a wide range of substance abuse and co-occurring mental health problems, and our treatment regimen includes medication management and medication-assisted treatment as appropriate. Our active assessment center provides comprehensive evaluations of substance abuse, addiction, and related mental health problems in order to identify the most appropriate treatment for each client. Family involvement is encouraged in the treatment process, and treatment length for most programs is determined by individual need. Most major insurance plans and all major credit cards are accepted.
Facilities in Virginia
- Arlington (Phoenix House Counseling Center)
- Arlington (Phoenix Program)
- Arlington (Re-Entry)
- Arlington (Boys Recovery Lodge)
- Arlington (Nuevo Dia)
- Arlington (Independence House)
- Arlington (Demeter House)
- Arlington (Girls Recovery Lodge)
- Sykesville (The Next Step)
- Washington, DC (Secure Residential Treatment Program)
News and Events
Phoenix Houses of the Mid-Atlantic was delighted to welcome a group of enthusiastic volunteers from Gables Residential, an award-winning real estate company. Volunteers cleaned, painted and landscaped for the day.
On May 2, Phoenix Houses of the Mid-Atlantic hosted a breakfast to raise awareness about its efforts to help men, women, and teens affected by addiction.