31 S. Braddock St. | Winchester, VA 22601

(540) 535-1111 | Available 24/7

31 S. Braddock St. | Winchester, VA 22601

(540) 535-1111 | Available 24/7

Our Residential Program Accommodations

We offer an environment where residents achieve a more independent form of living than is possible in another setting or another rehab accommodation. It is the perfect chance to pursue therapeutic treatment and work toward their road to recovery.

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Our Residential Program Accommodations

We offer an environment where residents achieve a more independent form of living than is possible in another setting or another rehab accommodation. It is the perfect chance to pursue therapeutic treatment and work toward their road to recovery.

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A Sanctuary For Healing

About Our Residential Treatment Center

All aspects of the residential experience at BTG are designed to be calming, comfortable, and community-focused. From our picturesque surroundings in the heart of the beautiful Shenandoah Valley to our fully-appointed residences, the environment at BTG is designed to remove the stressors so common in daily life and promote a sense of peace. 
This serene and supportive atmosphere of our rehab facilities allows clients to focus on the work of their recovery, while achieving spiritual and emotional healing. 

Explore Our Residential Accomodations

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Building Bridges to Wellness

Residential Housing

Most clients begin their treatment journey at BTG in the residential program. Our housing options at this level of care are in a home-like environment. We believe in the power of community living, home cooking, and sober support.

Ensuring that clients are safe and happy is our first priority, and our experienced, compassionate residential staff is on duty 24 hours a day in our early recovery houses to provide specialized care and support, as well as attend to personal and transportation needs. 

A member of our clinical team and our lead physician are also on-call around-the-clock to attend to any issues or emergencies that may arise.

Clients are provided a safe, secure environment where signs and symptoms of addiction can be stabilized, and the recovery process initiated.  Structure and support is provided to enable clients to establish abstinence from their substance use, navigate acute triggers and cravings, arrest other addictive and antisocial behaviors and begin to make and practice changes in lifestyle reflecting pro-social recovery related behaviors, attitudes, values and choices.

Clients are provided support and encouragement to begin developing and utilizing adequate coping skills to arrest the automatic default towards substance use as a means to cope.
BTG’s Fundamental program offers a strong educational component of nutrition, diet, and exercise programs to ensure a healthy approach to disease management. Clients work together in cooking teams to prepare meals that are shared as a community. We emphasize reflection and recovery-oriented routines with a nightly 10th step process, daily 12 step meetings, and community activities. Clients living in our residential program attend a full clinical day at our primary office and return to their home with residential staff in the evening. On the weekends, a full program of activities is provided. All transportation needs are covered by the staff.

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Freedom From Daily Stressors

Small Town Living

Our first phase of treatment also provides an opportunity for clients to unplug from the stressors of everyday life. Clients live together within a community of peers and are able to focus fully on their recovery. Access to personal electronics such as phones, laptops, or tablets is restricted in this initial phase to help clients remove any triggers and to focus inward. Daily phone time is provided to talk to loved ones and any sober support, such as a sponsor. Access to television and the internet is limited during this time which gives clients a chance to turn inward and take advantage of the local
small town atmosphere with their peers and the residential staff. 

Inside Our Haven

Supportive Sober Living

When the client is assessed as ready, Bridging the Gaps provides
support in transitioning slowly to more independent living to ease
any difficulties the client may encounter. Each client is guided on an
individualized taper from the structure of the residential treatment
setting to promote maintained abstinence and relapse prevention.
Our Advanced house is designed to be a supportive sober residence
for clients participating in day treatment. 

Our supported sober living house provides increased freedoms and expectations of autonomy and responsibility but remains fully staffed with trained and credentialed residential staff who fulfill a role of monitoring and support for clients’ safety and well-being. Clients within our sober supported residence are expected to demonstrate appropriate living skills and pro-social behaviors as effective members of a collaborative sober community.  In the supported sober living house, Bridging the Gaps provides full food service to ensure transferability of nutritional philosophies learned in our Residential Treatment Program. 

Building a Solid Foundation

The Importance of Sober Living

Our supported sober living house offers greater support, supervision, and accountability. Our compassionate staff motivates residents and fosters strong bonds of trust, providing constant individualized support. This supportive environment reduces relapse rates in early recovery.

Living with peers who are undergoing similar transformations allows clients to focus on recovery without needing to explain their experiences. They form a community, practicing habits like cooking healthy meals, attending 12-step meetings, and enjoying sober activities together.

Clients also practice essential skills for transitioning back to daily life. They attend treatment during the day, simulating a workday, and manage pro-recovery behaviors at home, such as exercising, meal preparation, and getting adequate rest.

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Transformative Spaces

Peer Supported Sober Living

Our third house extends our continuum of care, offering a peer-supported and peer-managed sober living environment for clients in our IOP and Continuing Care programs. This peer-run setting benefits from positive peer interactions supported by clinical intervention.

Living in our peer supported house provides extra accountability and support for clients navigating early recovery. Members of the house are expected to follow our nutritional guidelines, participate in a 12 step program, and stay actively engaged in treatment. Clients living at this residence join a peer support group once a week in addition to our continuing care group. By overseeing strict standards in this house, clients are supported in building the tools that help prevent relapse. This house provides a safe, sober home while navigating early recovery.

A Safe Haven for Early Recovery Hamilton House

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Client Testimonials

Read what our clients have to say about us

FAQs

Learn More About Our Residential Treatment Accomodations

  • Do clients get to choose what house they stay in?

    No, clients are not able to choose the house they would like to stay in. Clients will be assigned a house and room based on their phase of treatment, the current makeup of the community, and their individual needs.

  • Are clients allowed to have private rooms?

    In accordance with our philosophy, clients are assigned a roommate whenever possible. Rooming alone allows for clients to isolate and withdraw from their community. Rooming with someone helps clients to build bonds, learn life skills such as communication and conflict resolution, and provides an extra layer of accountability in early recovery.

  • What options are available for recreation?

    As part of the structure of our program we ensure that recreation opportunities are available for clients that are appropriate to where they are in their recovery process and dependent on the seasons. We regularly schedule outings that could include things like hiking, swimming, frisbee golf, putt putt, or apple picking. We also have outdoor areas on our properties where clients can play basketball, toss a ball, or grill out.. In the houses, we have numerous games in addition to a wide variety of books. Sometimes clients gather for a movie or to watch football together. Our staff works hard to take advantage of all the area has to offer and ensure that clients have downtime to enjoy an array of activities.

  • What is the difference between residential treatment and sober living?

    Residential treatment is a level of care that dictates that the client needs a secure and supervised living environment. At the residential level of care, housing is included in the cost of treatment as 24-hour support is indicated. Sober living refers to a house with specific guidelines and requirements for sobriety where an individual can reside while attending an outpatient level of treatment (PHP, IOP, or OP). A sober living house is an alternative to living at home that provides advantages for the client’s recovery process.

Insurance

Your Addiction Treatment Could Be Covered

If you do not see your provider listed, please contact us to learn more about obtaining coverage. We do not accept Medicaid at this time.

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Contact Us

Reach Out to Us

We welcome you to call our Admissions Director, Sue Dennis, at (540) 535-1111 to discuss admitting yourself or a loved one fortreatment. However, if you would first like us to verify your insurance, use this form or get in touch via phone or email.

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