Mountain View Recovery (MVR) is a program of the Rockbridge Area Health Center. Our goal is to provide high quality treatment services to help with problems of opioid use disorder. Our highly qualified staff is committed to caring and treating individuals with dignity and respect. We provide the opportunity to obtain treatment and embrace recovery with the least amount of disruption in your life. Your treatment is personalized from intake to discharge, to assure you receive the necessary medical and counseling attention. As a result, you can continue to receive support from the community and your family.
Office Based Opioid Treatment (OBOT) Program
Helping people recover from opioid substance use disorders by providing effective and evidence-based integrated healthcare that is compassionate, comprehensive, affordable, and patient-centered.
- Committed to Excellence
Group Therapy Sessions
Patients will attend 1-hour group therapy sessions to learn and develop new recovery skills such as drug free coping strategies, relapse prevention skills, and healthy behaviors with other recovering patients. Frequency will be determined by individual needs and progress.
Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT)
MAT is the use of medications in combination with counseling and behavioral therapies for the treatment of substance abuse disorders. The use of medications in treatment of substance use disorders help to reduce cravings and/or withdrawal symptoms while allowing the brain to heal from the damage of the illness. MAT is provided with close medical monitoring, as well as controls to reduce the risk of medication misuse.
Substance Use Care Coordinator
A substance use care coordinator will provide interdisciplinary care planning among MVR staff, monitor individualized treatment plans and patient progress, and link patients with community resources.
Certified Peer Recovery Specialist (CPRS)
A Certified Peer Recovery Specialist will provide non-clinical assistance and recovery support services to individuals striving to achieve or sustain long-term recovery from addiction. The CPRS is an individual who has personal experience with navigating the substance use recovery process and is part of the MVR team to aid and support individuals in their recovery process.
Individual Therapy Sessions
Patients will attend individual sessions to assess any new life developments and strengthen skills for individualized recovery issues.
Recovery Level Color System*
Recovery Level Color System is designed to reflect a patient’s level of need for support in their treatment. Evidence based therapeutic interventions are used by licensed staff during each color stage. As a patient progresses in the program, they will move through the recovery levels towards a lifetime of wellness
- Recovery Level 1: Hope (Aqua)
– Induction and/or assessed need for weekly participation
– Group sessions once a week for 12 weeks with a minimum of one monthly individual counseling session
– Maximum support consisting of therapeutic interventions and/or medication assistance
– Complete adherence to attendance policies required
- Recovery Level 2: Persevere (Blue)
– The goal is to maintain stability in your recovery journey as the brain heals and the patient continues to learn and practice healthy recovery skills
– Group and/or individual therapy at least once a month for 12 weeks
– Support to remain consistent in the recovery process and prevent relapse
- Recovery Level 3
– Maintain for the duration of the patient’s recovery journey
– Insure consistency, maintenance, and processing of therapeutic interventions
– Potential to begin a medication taper process while continuing the therapeutic process to gradually remove the patient from medication
– Patient and treatment team will make an aftercare plan to help prevent relapse and support life-long recovery without medication assistance
*All three levels are a general guide to an individual’s recovery process and each level is shorter or longer depending upon individual needs
How do I enroll?
- Call (540) 464-8700 x7169. Ask for the OBOT Care Coordinator
- Attend an orientation visit.
- Attend a clinical assessment.
- Attend a medical assessment.
Mountain View Recovery is supported by both the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) and Substance Abuse and Mental Health Service Administration (SAMHSA) of the US Department of Health and Human Services (HHS); the Virginia Community Healthcare Association and Virginia department of Health. The contents are those of the author and do not necessarily represent the official view of, nor an endorsement, by HRSA, HHS, or the US Government.