E-mail: info@recoveryprograms.us    |    Phone: +1 800-374-4198
Due to COVID-19, RPSV's Centers have been closed until further notice. Many of our programs are now offered virtually.

South County Recovery and Drop In Center (SCRDIC)

Due to the Coronavirus, all centers will be closed until further notice. Please go to our resource page for immediate assistance and information on COVID-19. Or if you would like to receive phone support during this time, we would love to talk to you. Please call us at 800-374-4198, and we will get back to you.

Offering a safe, stigma-free environment for those experiencing mental illness, substance abuse, and homelessness since 2011

RPSV is now offering meals, showers, and laundry services.

Monday: 3:00 pm – 7:30 pm
Thursday: 3:00 pm – 7:30 pm
Saturday: 12:00 pm – 7:30 pm
Sunday: 12:00 pm – 7:30 pm

SCRDIC Services:

  • Assistance with such resources as acquiring benefits, housing or Community Services Board (CSB) resources
  • Computer Lab available with Internet, Wi-Fi and a printer
  • Continental Breakfast, Hot Lunch, and Snacks
  • Employment Assistance: Specialists help peers find gainful employment and/or volunteer assignments
  • Field trips: Washington National games and an annual beach trip
  • Food Giveaway: SCRDIC annually gives away large amounts of donated food to peers at SCRDIC
  • Landline phone access
  • One-on-one peer counseling
  • Recreational activities such as holiday parties and barbeques
  • Showers and Laundry facilities

SCRDIC Groups:
Please call 703-341-6890 or visit to find out the time of the groups as they are subject to change. Please visit our Groups page for descriptions. Free Snacks, Beverages, Lunch, and Dinner are provided at this location.

Employment Specialists are available by appointment, please inquire via phone or visit.

WRAP Workshops are also available throughout the year.

“After coming to SCRDIC I have decided to keep sobriety in my life. I appreciate the items they offer to help me as a homeless gentleman, especially the clothing, hygiene products, and access to showers and laundry facilities.”
–Mark A.