Wildwood Recovery Center

Crisis to Career | It’s What Makes Us Different

Addiction Recovery Care is excited to bring its proven experience delivering quality, compassion substance use disorder treatment to the Dickenson County community and the Commonwealth of Virginia.

Clintwood, Virginia
Ralph Stanley Museum

Why Virginia?

Like Eastern Kentucky, Dickenson County has been hit especially hard by the addiction crisis. ARC's growth in this community will expand access to comprehensive services in a place where we are needed most.

Funding

The project is being funded, in part, by a $4 million loan awarded by the Virginia Coalfield Economic Development Authority (VCEDA). The loan was approved in July 2022. An additional $2 million loan for the project was awarded by the Virginia Small Business Financing Authority (VSBFA).

Location

The facility will be built at 230 Chip Mill Road near Clintwood. The site is part of a parcel purchased by the Dickenson County Industrial Development Authority in 2021.

Jobs

Within its first year of operation, the facility will create approximately 30 new, local jobs with competitive pay and benefits.

Open Date

We are working toward opening Wildwood Recovery Center and accepting clients in late 2023 or early 2024.

Number of Clients

The facility will initially be built to serve up to 96 clients at any given time. The facility will begin as a men’s only facility, but we hope to expand the campus in the future to also serve women.

Program Length

ARC’s program includes four phases, and people can stay in treatment for up to 12 months. We take a proactive approach to client retention.

Facility Size

The new, one-story facility will include two, 7,000-square foot administrative buildings and six, 1,900-square foot dormitories

Since opening the doors to their first residential treatment center in 2010, ARC has served more than 50,000 clients. Wildwood Recovery Center is the company’s first announced out-of-state facility.

A National Leader

In Addiction Treatment

Headquartered in Louisa, Kentucky, ARC operates a network of more than 30 treatment programs across Eastern and Central Kentucky. ARC’s nationally recognized “Crisis to Career” model is a four-phase, year-long program that combines SUD treatment, counseling and peer support with life skills, education and job training to set up clients for long-term success.

Our person-centered programs are CARF-accredited and our medical services are directed by an addiction psychiatrist

Our Model of Care

Crisis to Career

ARC’s nationally recognized “Crisis to Career” model is a four-phase, year-long program that combines SUD treatment, counseling and peer support with life skills, education and job training to set up clients for long-term success.

We provide the vocational and educational opportunities people need for long-term recovery and that our communities need to strengthen their workforces and grow economies.

Crisis To Career | It's What Makes Us Different