Who We Are
Volunteers of America Chesapeake operates more than 30 programs in seven key areas of human services including mental illness, substance abuse treatment and intellectual and developmental disabilities. Our coverage area includes Washington, DC, Maryland and Virginia. For over a century we have answered the Call to Care for our region’s most vulnerable neighbors by developing an exceptional array of customized case management and care-coordination services. We provide expert inpatient residential substance abuse treatment, behavioral and mental health treatment services, and residential and community supports for people of all ages and disabilities.
We employ a highly-credentialed and dedicated staff of more than 750 certified alcohol and drug counselors, licensed clinical social workers, LPNs, RNs, and other health professionals, providing innovative and individualized supports designed to assist each client in regaining their self-determination and independence.
- Inpatient residential substance use disorder, behavioral and mental health services
- Co-occurring disorder treatment services
- Residential and community supports for adults with disabilities
- Customized case management and care-coordination services
We work expertly and compassionately with individuals and families regardless of age, color, national origin, citizenship status, physical or mental disability, race, religion, creed, gender, sexual orientation, and gender identity.
Volunteers of America of Chesapeake is a proud affiliate of Volunteers of America, a national nonprofit human services organization that, for more than a century, has led the nation in transforming the lives of America’s most vulnerable. As pioneers of coordinated care, we work closely with community provider-partners to address the full range of each person’s needs. Every day, our army of nearly 16,000 paid professional employees in 46 states uses its unique legacy of expertise to create greater wellness for more than 2 million people, rebuilding lives and restoring hope.
Call (301) 459-2020 or e-mail us to schedule an appointment.