About Sagebrush Treatment Centers

For years, Sagebrush has been providing premier treatment services in Virginia.  Sagebrush is a dual-diagnosis addiction treatment center specializing in treating a wide variety of addictions such as alcoholism, cocaine addiction, prescription drug abuse and marijuana abuse.

Our methodology involves treating the mind, body and soul to uncover and heal the underlying causes of addiction.   We accomplish this in a supportive, non judgmental, holistic environment.

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About Sagebrush

Sagebrush has been the drug and alcohol rehabilitation center of choice for many in need of a highly effective treatment program.  We specialize in treating a wide variety of addictions, such as alcoholism, cocaine and heroin addiction, prescription drug and opiate abuse, benzodiazepine and marijuana abuse and others.  Our team is composed of highly skilled therapists who deliver exceptional care to our clients and their families.

Our Mission

The mission of Sagebrush is to transform the lives, families and communities of men and women who desire to be free from addiction so that they might enjoy the benefits of a lifetime of recovery.

Philosophy

Our philosophy is grounded in the twelve step model of recovery and our programs are built upon that foundation.  Sagebrush creates a center for healing that provides authentic and fundamental changes in our clients through a deeper, more comprehensive treatment program.

True recovery is the healing of the human spirit.  It is the recognition that everyone has the right to live freely, joyously and fully.  It is the ability to have successful work life and satisfying relationships.  It is the awareness that life can be experienced deeply, lovingly and peacefully.  Sagebrush provides our clients with a compelling and clinically rich treatment program to achieve these results.  We help our clients to illuminate the root causes of their addictions and make the changes necessary for recovery.