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Pathways Recovery Lodge

We provide evidence-based, compassionate care for persons with substance use disorders and related problems. Our clinical programs bring together the best available assessment tools and treatments, ranging from psychotherapy to medication.  

With 15 private rooms at the Pathways Lodge, we get to know each and every client.  People in early recovery can be vulnerable.  Our high staff to patient ratio keeps clients engaged through the treatment process. Small size also means small group sessions.  

Our confidential phone-based or in-person assessment process will help you determine whether treatment makes sense--and, if so, what type.  Please call our admissions counselors at 434.200.4455.

Size

  • 15 private rooms ensures a high staff to patient ratio. 
  • High staffing keeps clients engaged especially during early recovery. 
  • Most clients prefer the intimacy of smaller group sessions.

Insurance & Cost

  • We accept most forms of insurance.
  • Centra Health is a non-profit 501-c3 organization.   

Location

A personalized, comprehensive approach to addiction treatment.

  • Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT)
  • Group, individual and family therapy
  • Motivational interviewing
  • Dialectical Behavioral Therapy
  • Relapse prevention strategies
  • Exercise and recreational activities
  • Art Therapy
  • Psychiatric consultation
  • Twelve-step facilitation

Clinical Leadership

Sanket Dhat, MD
Psychiatric Medical Director, Pathways Addiction & Recovery Services

   

Pathways Addiction & Recovery Services 

What to bring to Pathways Lodge

What to bring to Pathways Lodge
What to bring to Pathways Lodge

Below is a general list of what you will want to pack and what you will want to leave at home before your arrival to Pathways*. Our Admissions Counselors can answer any additional questions you may have.  Click here for a printable list.

What to bring:

  • Casual attire-washer and dryer are available for use
  • Exercise clothing-gym shorts/shirts and sneakers
  • Weather appropriate outerwear- including umbrella
  • Personal hygiene items- shampoo/ soap/ toothbrush/toothpaste/ shaving kit
  • Medications-bring your existing prescribed medications in the original bottles
  • Smoking and tobacco products (NO VAPES!)
  • Picture ID
  • Insurance and/or prescription card
  • Books or magazines
  • Phone- this will be collected by staff and given back during breaks
  • C-Pap machine if you have one

 What NOT to bring:

  • Alcohol or non-prescription/illegal drugs
  • Vapes
  • Over the counter medications and vitamins
  • Camera, tablet or laptop
  • Aerosol cans
  • Perfumes/Cologne or any product containing alcohol
  • Inappropriate or revealing clothing- including clothing with alcohol or drug logos/graphics
  • Expensive jewelry or clothing
  • Outside food, drink, or candy
  • Guns, knives or any item that can be used as a weapon

*Please note that the safety of our patients is our top priority so your bags can be subject to search during your arrival. 

*If going to Medical Stabilization first, you may want to pack 2 bags. They will lock up the larger one and you can carry the smaller to Medical Stabilization with you.   See below for the list of items for Medical Stabilization.

What to bring to medical stabilization

What to bring to medical stabilization
What to bring to medical stabilization

What to bring to Medical Stabilization: 
Click here for a printable list.

  • Casual attire or comfortable clothes for approximately 3 days
  • Personal hygiene items- shampoo/ soap/ toothbrush/toothpaste/ shaving kit
  • Medications-bring your existing prescribed medications in the original bottles
  • Electronic cigarettes or dip (NO VAPES!) The floor will provide gum or a patch
  • Picture ID
  • Insurance and/or prescription card
  • Books or magazines
  • Phone
  • C-Pap machine if you have one

What NOT to bring:

  • Alcohol or non-prescription/illegal drugs
  • Over the counter medications and vitamins
  • Perfumes/Cologne or any product containing alcohol
  • Inappropriate or revealing clothing- including clothing with alcohol or drug logos/graphics
  • Expensive jewelry or clothing
  • Guns, knives or any item that can be used as a weapon

*Please note that the safety of our patients is our top priority so your bags can be subject to search during your arrival.