Mount Regis Center
Mount Regis Center, located in Southwest Virginia, has been recognized as a national center of excellence for its quality alcohol and drug dependency treatment programs since 1947. Providing care for people nation-wide, Mount Regis Center offers the following levels of care - inpatient, day treatment and intensive outpatient treatment. Mount Regis Center is a Level III, Medically Monitored facility, licensed by the Commonwealth of Virginia as a 25-bed inpatient residential treatment center, accredited by JCAHO, with 24-hour nursing, and our Medical Director is a psychiatrist/addictionologist. We offer inpatient sub-acute medical detox, inpatient sub-acute rehab, inpatient residential rehab, partial hospitalization, and an intensive outpatient program. We adhere to the disease model and address physical, mental, and spiritual issues. The 12-step program is also emphasized and patients attend 12-step support meetings and are oriented to sponsorship. We are licensed by the Commonwealth of Virginia and fully accredited by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations. Our clinical staff includes: Certified Addiction Counselors Licensed psychologists Psychiatrist/Addictionologists RN's Call us today for a confidential, free assessment at Tel: 800/477-3447 or chat with us live online between 9am and 5pm EST Monday through Friday!
Areas of Expertise
It is the philosophy of Mount Regis Center that chemical dependency is a primary, chronic, progressive and potentially fatal disease. The disease of chemical dependency has a direct impact on the dependent individual and their family, affecting persons emotionally, mentally, physically, spiritually and socially. Recovery and restoration to a meaningful and productive lifestyle can be achieved through the application of a specific treatment orientation based upon the following premises: The disease of chemical dependency is a treatable illness whose progression is predictable and whose symptoms are discernible; In the course of treatment abstinence from all mood-altering substances (except for legitimate psychotropic purposes) is necessary to begin and sustain recovery; As treatment providers, we have a responsibility to educate their community on the disease of chemical dependency, to increase the understanding of the disease process and to assess individuals for the most appropriate level of treatment.