Hunter Holmes McGuire Medical Center

Hunter Holmes McGuire Medical Center

Drug Rehab Center in Richmond, Virginia

About This Virginia Facility

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Hunter Holmes McGuire Medical Center’s location in Richmond, VA, offers multiple levels of care, a variety individualized treatment options, and accepts most health insurance.

When weighing your options, accreditations are clearly encouraged. This treatment center is included in SAMHSA. Other organizations to certify or list this facility: CARF, JCAHO.

Hunter Holmes McGuire Medical Center offers treatment options that are fully covered by most private insurance plans. Our admissions professionals are here to guide you through insurance verification and finding the best center available under your coverage. Additionally, clients can self-pay.

Genders
  • Male
  • Female
  • Gender Exclusive Center
  • Ages
  • Children
  • Teenagers
  • Adults
  • Seniors (65+)
  • Modality
  • Individuals
  • Couples
  • Family
  • Groups
  • Additional
  • LGBTQ+ Allied
  • Hearing Impaired
  • Veteran Specific
  • Accreditations
    SAMHSA Listed
    Not Approved
    CARF Certified #237904
    JCAHO Listed #2792
  • SAMHSA Listed
  • Veterans
  • Conditions and Issues Treated

    A detailed list of the primary issues commonly treated.

    Drug Rehabilitation

    Getting sober on your own is not only dangerous during the initial detox, it is also more likely to result in a relapse later on. Addiction treatment centers provide a monitored environment where you will get the medical attention you need, as well as the emotional support to overcome drug or alcohol abuse.

    Opioid + Opiate Addiction Treatment in Richmond, VA

    Opioids are a series of medicines that are used for pain relief. Opioid addiction refers to the compulsive pursuit of opioids, even though they are not medically needed. Medication-assisted therapy at Hunter Holmes McGuire Medical Center in Richmond, VA requires care in which both medications, medication, and behavioral treatments are used.

    Dual-Diagnosis

    Substance use disorder falls under two categories: Alcohol or Drug Abuse and Drug Dependence. An individual suffering from a substance use disorder and mental health disorders is said to have a co-occurring disorder or a dual disorder.

    Individuals with substance use disorders and mental health problems are said to suffer from a ‘dual diagnosis’. The most frequently identified mental health issues found in individuals with substance use disorders include anxiety, depression, schizophrenia, and schizoaffective disorder.

    Alcohol Abuse, Dual Diagnosis (Co-Occuring Disorders), Opioid Addiction 

    Levels of Care Offered at Hunter Holmes McGuire Medical Center

    This Facility offers a variety of treatment.

    This center offers a variety of custom treatment tailored to individual recovery. Currently available are Aftercare Support, Detox, Drug Rehab, Dual-Diagnosis, Inpatient, Intensive Outpatient, Intervention, Outpatient, Residential, with additional therapies available as listed below.

    Drug Detox

    Detox is a drug rehab process that is designed to remove the drug addict from the drug safely. The problem with solely using detox as a sobriety tool is that it alone provides no therapy or counseling. If a person goes through detox and returns to their everyday life, they may begin using again once the detox has worn off.

    Detox does not help with cravings, so for some addicts, this can be extremely difficult and should be both done and supervised by medical professionals. Aftercare is crucial, so selecting a facility that offers additional services is important.

    Inpatient Rehab in Richmond, VA

    Inpatient treatment for addiction is generally not as scary as it might sound. It is a way to find recovery while being in a supportive and controlled environment. The duration of treatment at Hunter Holmes McGuire Medical Center in Richmond can be different based on each individual. Many can leave after 28 days; some may stay a few months, and others may stay six months or longer.

    Intensive Outpatient (IOP)

    An Intensive Outpatient Program like what’s offered at Hunter Holmes McGuire Medical Center, targets those who need intensive treatment but would rather get it in the comfort of their homes. The treatment programs vary in duration and intensity. They can be tailored to suit the patient’s needs.

    Outpatient Program

    When remaining at their job in Richmond, or continuing their studies, the individual may live with their family while utilizing Hunter Holmes McGuire Medical Center‘s outpatient services. Treatment requires counseling the patient at the individual level, in a group setting, about substance addiction, drugs, and therapy sessions.

    Residential treatment programs are those that offer housing and meals in addition to substance abuse treatment. Rehab facilities that offer residential treatment allow patients to focus solely on recovery, in an environment totally separate from their lives. Some rehab centers specialize in short-term residential treatment (a few days to a week or two), while others solely provide treatment on a long-term basis (several weeks to months). Some offer both, and tailor treatment to the patient’s individual requirements.

    An intervention is a meeting held by families and friends of the addicted party, managed by Hunter Holmes McGuire Medical Center. It lets the person know that their loved ones are concerned about them. It is intended to make the addicted party agree to get help.

    Interventions are often hosted by a mental health professional in Virginia who knows how to communicate with people dealing with addiction. These intervention services can make all the difference when it comes to getting loved ones to agree to treatment.

    Aftercare support involves the support given to a Richmond, Virginia patient after they complete treatment. It helps them adjust to normal life. It may include setting them up in a halfway house and enrolling them in programs like Narcotics Anonymous (NA) and Alcoholics Anonymous (AA). Hunter Holmes McGuire Medical Center‘s patients may also be provided with career training to help them get back into the job force.

    Therapies & Programs

    The methods used to care for each individual at Hunter Holmes McGuire Medical Center.

    Individual Therapy

    Individual professional counseling or individual therapy refers to the one-on-one interaction between a patient and his or her counselor at Hunter Holmes McGuire Medical Center in Richmond, Virginia. Individual therapy allows for more privacy, one that group interactions can’t provide. It makes it easier for the counselor and the patient to deal with the central issues, which are likely the culprits of substance addiction.

    Couples Therapy at Hunter Holmes McGuire Medical Center

    Couples therapy aims to rebuild the trust between the partners. Partner’s involvement in the process will result in greater chances of treatment success. Couples therapy addresses financial issues, loss of trust, lack of intimacy, and physical abuse.

    Family Counseling + Therapy

    Family therapy is a set of therapeutic approaches that assumes that the entire family is a system. It utilizes the strengths and resources of the family to help the patient refrain from resorting to substance abuse. The impact of substance abuse is not just on the patient but on the entire family. Family therapy ensures that the patient gets adequate support from the family members after the treatment making the recovery process sustainable

    • Family therapy guides all the members of the family to help the patient.
    • It helps to repair relationships and improve communication between family members.
    • It helps to keep the patient engaged and motivated throughout the treatment.

    Group therapy is an important tool in recovery. Finding a peer group in Richmond, VA and others who relate to your situation is a fundamental tool for recovery at Hunter Holmes McGuire Medical Center. Addiction tends to lead to isolation and feelings of uniqueness. The accountability and friendship that is found in group therapy can be more effective than any single other treatment approach. This is generally introduced early in recovery and is recommended as a lifetime treatment habit.

    Trauma therapy is a way of addressing trauma while in a safe situation in order to heal. This may involve Hunter Holmes McGuire Medical Center managing individual or group counseling or both. Other forms of therapy have been proven to assist in healing past traumas.

    Rational Emotive Behavioral Therapy (REBT) is a variation of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) that helps people understand how maladaptive, negative, and habitual thoughts and feelings lead to bad life choices. REBT is based on the idea that people operate under many irrational but habitual patterns of thought that fuel harmful practices.

    Nutrition therapy, also called medical nutrition therapy (MNT), addresses the unique needs of the recovering person’s diet. Due to addiction’s devastating toll on a person’s physical health, healthy eating must be addressed as soon as therapy starts. A good diet helps boosts a recovering person’s ability to fully participate in Hunter Holmes McGuire Medical Center therapy.

    Rehabilitation is not just limited to bringing an individual out of addiction and achieving sobriety. It is considered complete only when an individual starts leading a normal and balanced life. Life skill therapy focuses on the various skills that help an individual to lead a normal life. Patients often do not take care of themselves, struggle professionally, and withdraw from social interaction due to addiction’s physical and emotional disturbances.

    Life skills therapy helps people in Virginia improve various personal, professional, and social skills such as cooking healthy meals, maintaining proper hygiene, budgeting, decision-making, time management, regulation of emotions, and effectively resolving interpersonal conflicts.

    Aftercare, Cognitive Behavioral Treatment (CBT), Couples Therapy, Detox, Drug Rehab, Dual-Diagnosis, Experiential Therapy, Family Therapy, Group Therapy, Individual Therapy, Inpatient Treatment, Intensive Outpatient (IOP), Intervention, Life Skills, Motivational Interviewing, Nicotine Replacement Therapy (NRT), Nutrition Therapy, Outpatient Treatment (OP), Sober-Living / Half-Way, Trauma Therapy

    Patient Experience

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    Experiential Therapy at Hunter Holmes McGuire Medical Center

    Experiential therapy works by using tools and activities to recreate past experiences. Role-playing, arts and crafts, music, animal care, rock climbing, etc. are some of the activities used in this therapy. It is different from medication and talk therapy and suits those who have difficulty expressing themselves.

    Payment Options Accepted

    For specific insurance or payment methods please contact us.
  • Health Insurance
  • Self-Pay / Cash
  • Medicare
  • Medicaid
  • Military Insurance
  • IHS/Tribunal/Urban
  • State-Financed
  • Sliding Scale
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    Additional Details

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    Hunter Holmes McGuire Medical Center Location and Directions
    Address Information1201 Broad Rock Blvd
    Richmond, Virginia 23224 Phone Number(804) 675-5116 Meta DetailsUpdated January 17, 2023
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    Hunter Holmes McGuire Medical Center Location and Directions
    Location

    1201 Broad Rock Blvd
    Richmond, Virginia 23224

    Center Type

    Alcoholism, Drug Addiction, Dual Diagnosis, Opioid Addiction

    Language
    English
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    Helpful reference information for Hunter Holmes McGuire Medical Center, a drug treatment center in Virginia located at: 1201 Broad Rock Blvd, Richmond, VA 23224, including phone numbers, official website, and more. Listed briefly is an overview of Levels of Care, Therapies Offered, Issues Treated, and accepted forms of Payment Methods.

    Richmond, Virginia Addiction Information

    The state of Virginia has been struggling with substance use and abuse like the rest of the United States. A little over 10% of the entire Virginia population uses drugs and almost 5% abuse alcohol every given year. This has led to almost 6.5% of all deaths in Virginia being somehow related to alcohol and/or drugs.

    The most popular drugs of abuse in Richmond, Virginia include alcohol, marijuana, cocaine, heroin, and prescription drugs. Richmond ranked 8th among all cities in Virginia in terms of drug abuse and addiction problems. 17% of residents are considered binge drinkers. 22% of high school students have used marijuana before graduating. Inpatient treatment is typically recommended for those who have a severe addiction, as it provides a safe and structured environment.

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