Sober Living in Richmond, Virginia
Richmond, Virginia offers many sober living resources for men and women in recovery from addiction.
Richmond’s community is supportive and encouraging to those in recovery. Richmond’s care providers are educated and empathetic towards recovering addicts. The opioid epidemic has had a devastating effect on the city, and everyone offering care and resources to those in recovery understand they must work together to win our war against drugs and alcohol and the damage they cause.
Richmond’s community leadership have a longstanding commitment to working together in service of those in recovery, including collaborations with the Richmond Community, Richmond Police Department, the Virginia Department of Public Health, and many private organizations. Richmond is home to many organizations serving those in recovery, and many of Richmond’s organizations reach throughout Richmond County with addiction recovery resources.
A list of all sober houses in Richmond, Virginia is available below.
Sober House Certification in Virginia
Virginia sober houses are certified by the Virginia Alliance of Recovery Residences, or VARR.
Sober House Directory provides information on sober house certification for each state in the database. Please visit the Virginia Sober House Certification page for more information about sober house certification in this state.
Recovery Resources in Richmond, Virginia
The journey to recovery requires more than sober homes. In addition to certification information, Sober House Directory provides state-by-state information for recovery resources. For recovery resources in Richmond, Virginia, please visit the Virginia Sober House Recovery Resources page for more information.
Vanderburgh House, a supporter of Sober House Directory, builds sober home communities where residents are supported in their recovery journeys. Vanderburgh House sees a world where every person in recovery has access to a supportive, healthy, and safe home environment built on respect, focused on recovery, and lead by peers. Residents live together as a family to develop the tools and strengthen their character in order to live free from substance abuse. These homes allow for independence while guided by a set of recovery-focused house rules, standards, and expectations. Visit the Vanderburgh House website to learn more about their sober homes.
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