Mental Health and Residential Substance Use
Horizon's Mental Health and Residential Substance Use Services portfolio provides a comprehensive continuum of evidenced-based treatment to ensure success in recovery.
Our substance use treatment services focus not only on recovery, but on whole person health.
All Consumers Receive:
CASE MANAGEMENT: A case manager helps guide consumers through their process of care.
INDIVIDUALIZED SERVICE PLAN (ISP): Clinical team members develop an ISP based on a counsumer's needs, signs/symptoms of withdrawal, and risks.
GROUP THERAPY: Groups are led by specialized clinicians and provide opportunities for in-depth discussions around the complexity of addiction, its underlying causes, and the essential elements to maintaining sobriety.
PEER SUPPORT: Peer support is essential to recovery so we offer individual and group counseling sessions facilitated by Peer Recovery Support Specialists who have completed their peer certification.
DAILY ACTIVITIES INCLUDE:
- Group Therapy
- Wellness Activity (e.g., yoga, acupuncture)
- Peer Counseling
- Individual Therapy
Monday - Friday (8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.): 434-477-5000
Monday-Friday (8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.): 434-948-4831, Choose Option 5
You may also dial 911.
This home provides stable housing and residential treatment for consumers. This six-bed residence is staffed 24/7 and serves women with co-occuring disorders of mental illness and substance abuse. It is located in the heart of Lynchburg. We offer transportation from this residence to and from treatment at Horizon. This highly structured environment eliminates major barriers to successfully completing treatment.
Crisis Stabilization provides crisis intervention and stabilization services in a safe, structured, and healthy environment for up to 15 days. The primary objective of the program is to avert hospitalization, re-hospitalization, or homelessness. Services provided include short-term individual and group counseling as well as medication management. There is also a strong focus on creating a longer-term plan that uses other Horizon services, community resources and other support systems in order to rehabilitate and maintain the health of the client.
Criteria for Admission: All clients must be 18 or older and demonstrate a clinical need for crisis stabilization services due to an acute psychiatric crisis that places them at risk for psychiatric hospitalization. A client must have a diagnosed primary mental health disorder, which may be accompanied by a substance-use disorder.