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RPSV will be opening some of its program sites on a limited basis on July 1. Please watch this website for more updates.

RPSV is reopening its Centers on a limited basis following CDC guidelines. Please see below for dates and potential time changes for the center you attend. Please note, each participant will be screened and their temperature will be taken before entry into the center is allowed. This is to ensure the safety of you and all who work at and visit the facility. Thank you for your understanding!

RPSV’s Board of Directors invites you to participate in a GoFundMe campaign to raise funds to support those we serve. Give a little. Give a lot. You can even give in honor of or in memory of someone you know who has mental health, substance abuse, or homelessness issues. And, please do us a favor and share this post with your family, friends, and co-workers and encourage them to support our efforts too! We can’t do it without you! Thank you!

RPSV will be opening some of its program sites on a limited basis on July 1. Please watch this website for more updates. Please go to our resource page for immediate assistance and information on COVID-19. 

RPSV is also offering a phone line for individuals who need someone to talk to. Please call (703) 817-6124 to speak to a Peer Specialist. For general questions, please call (800) 374-4198. We are here to help!

In response to the stress of isolation individuals are experiencing, RPSV has compiled a list of Activities to Keep Busy While Isolating dedicated to free activities to do from home. We have also released our Spring Newsletter

Recovery Program Solutions of Virginia

Welcome to Recovery Program Solutions of Virginia (RPSV)

RPSV has addressed the unmet needs of adults and seniors with mental health and substance abuse issues in Northern Virginia since 2011.

RPSV’s programs maximize participant self-determination; promote access to treatment; and focus on decreasing dependence on psychiatric hospitalizations.

At the 4:30 mark, our own staff member, Nicholas Yacoub was interviewed about the current opioid crisis.

A Focus on Recovery

RPSV’s tagline is “we are those we serve”. This is because Individuals who have recovered from their mental illnesses and substance abuse issues staff RPSV. This unique aspect is what opens the door to growth and healing by RPSV participants as they discover our safe, nonjudgmental, peer-supported facilities.

RPSV offers a myriad of programs and services including one-on-one and peer support groups, referrals to housing and financial assistance, access to free eye exams, employment assistance, and much more.

With program sites conveniently located in Arlington and Fairfax Counties, RPSV is here for you. Your success is our success!

Recovery Program Solutions of Virginia is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation located in Virginia. The mission of Recovery Program Solutions of Virginia (RPSV) is to bring new life and a fresh spark to community mental health and addiction recovery programs.  Our programs are designed to maximize consumer self-determination and recovery, to promote access to treatment, and to assist people with serious mental illness, substance use disorder and subsequent homelessness issues.

We promote a process of change that allows individuals to improve their health and wellness, live a meaningful, self-directed life, and strive to reach their full potential.

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RPSV Virtual Programming

RPSV’s peer support groups are now offered online via Zoom.US. Please join any session you can benefit from and encourage your friends to join as well. For more information, please visit Virtual Offerings.

For our South County Alexandria participants, RPSV is now offering meals, showers, and laundry services. Learn more today at South County Recovery and Drop In Center (SCRDIC).

RPSV is also offering a Warm Line phone support program for anyone who needs someone to talk to. Please call (703) 817-6124 Monday through Thursday from 4 p.m. – 11 p.m. to speak to a peer support specialist today.