Snowden at Fredericksburg

Snowden at Fredericksburg

Rating: 2.1   (5)
(540) 741-3900
1200 Sam Perry BoulevardFredericksburgVirginia  22401

Treatment approach

  • Cognitive/behavioral therapy
  • Rational emotive behavioral therapy
  • Substance abuse counseling approach

Treatment Options

  • General Hospital(including VA hospital)
  • Intensive outpatient treatment
  • Outpatient
  • Outpatient detoxification


  • Services for the deaf and hard of hearing


  • Adult men
  • Adult women
  • Seniors or older adults


  • Female
  • Male


  • Addiction
  • Alcohol Abuse
  • Drug Abuse
  • Drug Addiction
  • Intervention center
  • Medical Detox
  • Substance Abuse

Areas of Specialization

  • 12-step faciltitation approach
  • Accepts clients on opioid medication
  • Brief intervention approach
  • Buprenorphine used in treatment
  • Family Addiction Counseling
  • Group counseling offered
  • Individual counseling offered
  • Motivational interviewing
  • Naltrexone (oral)
  • Relapse Prevention

Payment Options

  • American Express
  • Cash or self-payment
  • Check
  • Mastercard
  • Private health insurance
  • Visa

Accepted Insurances

  • Most Insurances


Located in Fredericksburg, Virginia, Snowden at Fredericksburg offers treatment for 12-step faciltitation approach, Accepts clients on opioid medication, Brief intervention approach, Buprenorphine used in treatment, Family Addiction Counseling, Group counseling offered, Individual counseling offered, Motivational interviewing, Naltrexone (oral), Relapse Prevention. The addiction specialists at this multi-licensed treatment facility administers a comprehensive assessment to their patients in order to determine the best course of action for their treatment plan. Snowden at Fredericksburg generally offers treatment options (such as General Hospital(including VA hospital), Intensive outpatient treatment, Outpatient, Outpatient detoxification) that are customized to suit the patients' needs.

In some of these treatment options, addicts are taught to develop coping skills so that they can learn to deal with any situation that comes their way without resorting to drugs or alcohol as a means for a temporary escape. It is within these specific coping skills that will help to ensure the success of an addict's recovery.

You may contact Snowden at Fredericksburg using their website at to learn more about the treatment services that they offer, as well as more information on their accepted insurances, which include: Most Insurances.

Google Reviews

  4.0   5 months ago

Overall my impression of this facility is 4 stars. The doctors are very knowledgeable and willing to help. The only issues I found were the nursing staff not all just a few bad apples in the mix. If you or a loved one is in need of quality emergency services seek out services with Snowden at Mary Washington Hospital.

  4.0   6 months ago

As psychiatric “emergency hospitals” go, it’s not bad besides the fact you can’t use any tobacco on grounds. I signed myself in for a stay, knew I was probably going to be in there for a week or two (10 days to be exact), and dealt with it. Doctors and nurses are most concerned with getting medication dispensed and ordering tests to ensure a proper diagnosis...from what I remember, there were a few group therapy sessions on the wing, but nobody cared if you showed up and 90% of the time was your own anyway. That being said, you’ll probably want to attend as the only other entertainment includes one TV and a few books in the day room and a small outside courtyard. I was lucky and packed a portable AM/FM radio I could keep and listen to in my room. Only one staff member (an evening assistant nurse) and I didn’t see eye-to-eye. For being institutional cuisine, the food served was excellent and good sized portions — I have had worse meals at some good hotel restaurants! They discharged me, set me up with a P-doc and a decent therapist, and 6 years later I have yet to need a return that’s a promising sign that my time there did something. They lose a star for not allowing patients to smoke or vape even in the courtyard during my time. Don’t try it...they’ll get angry and possibly boot you out of there! I’m no expert, but I do feel (even as a person who has quit smoking since) that those hospitalized in a mental health crisis shouldn’t just be given a nicotine patch and basically told “good luck”. A large number of the mentally ill smoke, and I assure you 95% or more return to smoking after their stay on a “smoke-free campus” as MWHC calls it.

  5.0   2 years ago

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