About this Facility
Independence 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 job training, or attending school during the day and returning to the facility during the evening. Dedicated counselors, as well as our medical and psychiatric staff, bring a cognitive-behavioral, 12-step approach to support groups. Client groups emphasize self-esteem, interpersonal relationships, and recovery skills. Length of stay varies determined by individual progress and need.
Most major insurance plans and all major credit cards are accepted.
Sober Living and Recovery Support
Our Sober Living facilities vary based on location and can provide either a safe transitional space before a full return to independent living or an alternative to residential treatment for clients who may need more than outpatient services. See more details
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- Military Community Services
- Assessment and Evaluation Services
- Adolescent Residential Services
- Mental Health Services
- Screening and Brief Interventions
- Prevention and Education Services
- Adolescent Outpatient Services
- Sober Living and Recovery Support
- Mother and Child Residential Services
- Adult Outpatient Services
- Adult Residential Services
- Adult Detoxification and Stabilization
Job training services are offered for men and women in our program.
“To work in a place that empowers individuals to rethink their choices, learn from their mistakes, and move on to lead healthy, happy, and productive lives is a dream come true.”Senior Vice President and Regional Director, Phoenix Houses of the Mid AtlanticContact me