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Peninsula Community Opioid Response

Act as a problem solving partnership between the community, law enforcement, criminal justice, health care, and government agencies dedicated to reducing the abuse of heroin and opiates in our communities and to educate our citizens of the prevalence of the problem, the signs and symptoms of addiction, and the resources available with the goal of reducing deaths and crime in our communities.
Phone: (757) 251-239

Hampton Newport News Community Services Board

Your Community Services Board offers a wide variety of mental health, developmental disability, and substance use disorder treatment services to youth and adults. We also offer crisis and respite services, jail-based services, drug court services, services to veterans, and provide residential services to persons with intellectual disabilities. Housing services are also available to those who qualify. Transportation services are available to those who qualify.
Phone: (757) 251-2394

Colonial Behavioral Health

Colonial Behavioral Health provides opportunities for recovery to individuals and their family members in the areas of mental illness, substance use disorder and developmental disabilities. Colonial Behavioral Health serves the citizens of James City County, the City of Poquoson, the City of Williamsburg and York County.
Phone: (757) 220-3200

Historic Triangle Drug Prevention Coaliton

The Historic Triangle Drug Prevention Coalition's (HTDPC) mission is to have a coordinated and collaborative approach to prevention, education and advocacy to decrease the negative impacts of substance use in the counties of James City and York and cities of Poquoson and Williamsburg.

Eastern Virginia Healthcare Coalition

The Eastern Virginia Healthcare Coalition is a collaboration of healthcare organizations and providers, public health departments, and community partners working together to care for our community before, during and after an emergency.

Peninsula Emergency Medical Services

The primary mission of PEMS is to assist local emergency medical services components (the emergency medical services agencies, hospitals and sixteen jurisdictions of the Virginia Peninsula, Middle Peninsula and Northern Neck) to assess, identify, coordinate, plan and implement an efficient and effective regional emergency medical services delivery system in partnership with OEMS and the Virginia EMS Advisory Board (VAB).


Quit Now Virginia provides free information and coaching by telephone or online to residents who want to quit smoking or using tobacco. The counseling is offered by trained Quit Coaches; in combination with nicotine replacement therapy or medication prescribed by healthcare providers. This gives the patient the best chance of quitting successfully.
Phone: (800) 784-8669

Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Services

Supporting individuals by promoting recovery, self-determination, and wellness in all aspects of life.XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXxxxx
Phone: (804) 786-3921

Hampton Police Department

Working with citizens to save lives, protect property reduce fear, solve important problems, and support human flourishing. We will respect and enhance the safety, friendships, and dreams of our residents.
Phone: (757) 727-6111

Newport News Police Department

(757) 928-4300

Hampton EMS

Hampton Fire & Rescue is a combination department with more than 270 full-time personnel supplemented by a contingent of volunteers under the direction of Fire Chief Jason H. Monk. The division provides fire protection, emergency medical services and environmental protection for the city's 136,000 residents. Hampton has 11 fire stations strategically located throughout its 53-square-mile border.
Phone: (757) 727-6580

Newport News EMS

Emergency medical service units are available at all city fire stations. The Newport News Fire Department participates in Pulse Point, a nationally recognized mobile app that empowers citizens to help save lives.
Phone: (757) 975-5422

Hampton Department of Human Services

The department works to ensure that all Hampton families are able to become healthy and self-sufficient. Hampton Human Services provides benefits including SNAP, TANF, and childcare assistance. Human Services also provides adult and child services such as Medicaid Healthcare Assistance and Adult and Child Protective Services.
Phone: (757) 727-1800

Newport News Department of Human Services

Newport News Human Services provides a broad range of services and programs that empower residents to maintain safe, healthy, and independent lives, as well as assistance through difficulties and emergency situations. These include, but are not limited to: financial assistance/benefit programs, family, child, and adult services, prevention services, and housing assistance.
Phone: (757) 926-6300

Quality of Life Center

Quality of Life is defined as “the general well-being of a person or society, defined in terms of overall health and happiness, rather than wealth.” We believe in truly engaging families and meeting them where they are in order to better assist them along the road to recovery and self sufficiency. It is our aim to eventually stabilize families so that little to no outside intervention is required to ensure child safety as well as overall healthy and appropriate functioning.  It is our desire to ultimately help individuals increase emotional, career, social, financial, physical, and community well-being.
Phone: (757) 998-2100

Faith Recovery

Faith Recovery has been helping men facing addiction since 1979 by providing faith-based recovery. The organization has been a treasure in Hampton Roads assisting with addiction & recovery for nearly 40 years. Many men have found freedom from addiction through the residential program. We are available to speak with your organization about how to assist those facing addiction.
Phone: (757) 244-1234

Pinnacle Treatment Centers

Everyone with a substance use disorder deserves the chance to heal themselves, repair their relationships, rejoin their communities, and restore balance to their lives. We’re here to show you healing and recovery are within reach – but you might need a little help from your friends.
Phone: (844) 696-4372

Behavioral Health Group

Wherever you find recovering people, you’ll find recovering families and communities. At BHG, patients are placed in the safe and trusted hands of local doctors, nurses, counselors, and support staff who understand their community and are here to help patients on their journey to recovery. We're partnering with this community and its leaders to educate the public about addiction and improve access to medication-assisted recovery.
Phone: (757) 933-2660

Bright View

It takes courage to talk about substance use disorder, and BrightView is changing the conversation surrounding addiction treatment. We offer outpatient medication assisted treatment programs that help you find and maintain long-lasting recovery. Our centers are part of the local recovery community, and no one who comes to us for treatment is ever turned away—we do everything possible to connect patients with the right resources.
Phone: (888) 502-4571

Master Center for Addiction Medicine

Drug addiction is a devastating disease that affects thousands of Americans and their families every year. With affordable prescription medications routinely given out due to an increase in health insurance, overdoses and relapse rates are increasing rapidly. Not only can these drugs take a toll on one’s physical and mental health, they can be deadly. To help combat the epidemic of drug addiction, we aim to provide behavioral health services and counseling to help those seeking a better life.
Phone: (757) 280-3578

Newport News Behavioral Health Center

Newport News Behavioral Health Center is a residential treatment facility (RTF) that serves boys and girls, ages 11 to 18. Our treatment services are intended to help residents address psychiatric and substance use issues. We encourage youth to explore their feelings and develop positive behaviors to use at home and in their community.
Phone: (757) 888-0400


Spero Health, Inc., is an integrated healthcare services organization specializing in local and affordable drug and alcohol addiction treatment for individuals suffering from substance use disorder with a mission to “Save Lives, Instill Hope, and Restore Relationships”. Spero Health utilizes an innovative evidenced-based integrated care model that combines both physical and behavioral healthcare services under one roof to treat the whole patient. This integrated care model combines physician services (including medication assisted treatment), behavioral health counseling, recovery support services, medication management and patient and family education. Its community-based approach to treatment allows patients to continue working and caring for their families as they overcome addiction.
Phone: (866) 755-4258

Life's Journey

Let Life’s Journey be your trusted partner for comprehensive life improvement services. As a trusted behavioral health provider, you can be confident knowing that your choices lead in receiving personalized mental health services. Whether you are seeking individual counseling, group counseling, family counseling, substance abuse treatment, or other mental health or wellness services, we are committed to helping you achieve all that you aspire to be on your road towards emotional health and wellness.
Phone: (757) 622-0700

Riverside Behavioral Health Center

Riverside Behavioral Health Center, a remote location of Riverside Regional Medical Center, offers the most comprehensive range of behavioral health programs on the Virginia Peninsula, including acute care for adolescents and adults, and crisis assessment. Our Admissions team offers 24/7 support for individuals experiencing behavioral health issues.
Phone: (757) 827-3119

Sentara Health System

Sentara provides a comprehensive approach to mental health, offering a variety of treatment options and both inpatient and outpatient care.XXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
Phone: (757) 736-1000

Bon Secours Health System

We are family-focused and flexible, which means we can create a care plan that works for your specific needs. Our advanced treatment methods are designed to empower you and your family both during and after treatment for the best possible results. We’re here to improve your health in mind, body and spirit.
Phone: (757) 398-2367

Bacon St. Youth and Family Services

Bacon Street Youth and Family Services creates healthier families and more resilient youth through evidence-based behavioral health and substance use services for adolescents, young adults, and their families.
Phone: (757) 253-0111

LGBT Life Center

LGBT Life Center is a trusted leader that empowers the LGBTQ communities and all people affected by HIV through improving health and wellness, strengthening families and communities, and providing transformative education and advocacy. LGBT Life Center also provides transportation and housing services.
Phone: (757) 640-0929

SAARA of Virginia

SAARA provides Recovery Support Services to those affected by SUD Addiction via our SAARA Center.XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
Phone: (804) 762-4445

Hampton Roads Community Action Program

HRCAP is a regional organization with a steadfast commitment to improve the quality of life through programs in education, training, work experience, emergency services, housing counseling, and many other proven strategies. We have been at the forefront of attacking the root causes of poverty towards the goal of elimination.
Phone: (757) 247-0379


NAMI, the National Alliance on Mental Illness, is the nation’s largest grassroots mental health organization dedicated to building better lives for the millions of Americans affected by mental illness.
Phone: (757) 690-1370

Narcotics Anonymous

Narcotics Anonymous is a non-profit fellowship or society of men and women for whom drugs had become a major problem. We are recovering addicts who meet regularly to help each other stay clean.

Urban League of Hampton Roads

The ULHR implements its mission by providing services and programs in education, employment, health, and housing to Hampton Roads communities through direct services, advocacy, research, policy analysis, community mobilization and collaboration throughout communities. 
Phone: (757) 627-0864

Spiritworks Foundation

SpiritWorks Foundation Center for the Soul is a Recovery Community Organization (RCO) based in Williamsburg, VA. SpiritWorks Foundation is comprised of, and led primarily by, people who live in recovery from addiction. We deliver peer to peer programs and services for children, youth, and adults living in recovery from the disease of addiction. Our programs and services build resilience in children, inspire youth to live drug free, and support, educate and empower adults who live in recovery.
Phone: (757) 903-0000

LINK of Hampton Roads

Linking community resources to provide fast and affordable housing solutions to homeless individuals, as well as emergency services to men, women and children who don’t have access to their basic needs and find themselves in a housing crisis or other emergency situations.
Phone: (757) 595-1953

H.E.L.P., Inc.

HELP, Inc. is a faith-based organization supported by member congregations, schools, businesses, civic clubs and organizations in conjunction with the cities of Hampton and Newport News.  Working together, we provide emergency shelter, transitional housing, a winter shelter program, food, financial assistance, medical and dental care to those in need.
Phone: (757) 727-2577

Four Oaks Day Center

Four Oaks Day Service Center is a one-stop service and assistance center where men, women, and families experiencing homelessness receive supports and are connected to comprehensive community services under one roof, all thanks to on-site partners Four Oaks offers workforce development supports, housing assistance, and comprehensive case management services that give people the opportunity to transform their lives. The Center is operated by the Newport News Department of Human Services.
Phone: (757) 975-5200

Virginia Peninsula Food Bank

The Foodbank serves individuals, families, children, seniors and veterans in Newport News, Hampton, Williamsburg, James City County, Gloucester, Mathews, York, Poquoson and Surry. Help is just around the corner, or down the street for those needing assistance.
Phone: (757) 596-7188

Minority Aids Support Services

The Minority AIDS Support Services strives to improve the lives of people living in the Eastern The Minority AIDS Support Services strives to improve the lives of people living in the Eastern Shore region by providing HIV/ STI education, testing, and case management resources. Beyond testing, education and advocacy, we provide housing, food, and transportation resources for positive people in need.
Phone: (757) 247-1879

Empowering Transgender Services, Inc.

Our mission is to provide resources to empower all transgender, nonbinary, gender non- conforming individuals to improve their overall quality of life. We are driven to enhance the lives of these individuals by providing support, training and education. We will provide vocational education, employment and career readiness, sexual health services including HIV testing/PREP  and hormone therapy services. 
Phone: (757) 765-5940

United Way of the Virginia Peninsula

Our mission as United Way of the Virginia Peninsula is to improve the quality of life for people in our community by helping them live their best possible lives. United Way fights for the health, education, and financial stability of every person in our community. We create Pathways Out of Poverty for our neighbors in need by bringing the community together to navigate through the Virginia Peninsula's toughest challenges.
Phone: (757) 229-2222

Peninsula Health District

Our mission is to protect the health and promote the well-being of all people on the Virginia Peninsula. We offer a wide range of services, including: WIC, Family Planning & STI services, Immunizations, HIV/AIDS testing and treatment, and more.
Phone: (757) 594-7400

Hampton Health District

Our mission is to protect the health and promote the well-being of all people on the Virginia Peninsula. We offer a wide range of services, including: WIC, Family Planning & STI services, Immunizations, HIV/AIDS testing and treatment, and more.
Phone: (757) 727-1172

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