Community Resources

Community Resources

This page contains a directory for community resources.

Abortion Wounded Men & Women

Deeper Still Central Appalachia

Kimberly Stambaugh

(850) 376-0321

Faith-Based Sober Living Residential Recovery

Recovery Soldiers

Elizabethton (men) and Watauga (women) TN

(423) 518-1450

men and women (separate facilities)

The Gray House

Bristol, VA (men)

(423) 646-4070

Food Assistance

Food Bank

One Way Ministries, 1004 S Shady Ave Damascus, VA 24236

Faith in Action

798 Hillman Highway, NE, Abingdon, VA  24210

(276) 628-4813

Mental Health/Addiction

Cumberland Mountain Community Services


Crisis Line 1 800-286-0586


Highlands Community Services

(276) 525-1550

Crisis line 866-589-0269

5 Bridges to Wellness - Free Health Coaching

Contact Samantha Crockett at Mount Rogers to learn more: (276)236-6069

Pregnant and in Need of Support

Embrace Grace and Embrace Legacy Ministries - Damascus

Reentry and/or Children of the Incarcerated Assistance

Hands and Feet Ministries, Damascus, VA

Linda Austin, Director (276) 356-6547

Assistance for men and women coming out of incarceration within the last year; also, assistance for families raising children with incarcerated parents

DARS (Virginia Department of Aging and Rehabilitative Services)

207 Abingdon Place, Abingdon, VA  24211

Richard Keene, Voc Rehab Counselor (276) 254-5448 (mobile)

VA CARES – People, Inc

1173 West Main Street, Abingdon, VA

Chris Snipes, Case Manager (276) 274-2514


SWVA Recovery Organization for Community College Students

Free recovery resources, services, and support. Students seeking help or curious about Substance Use
Disorder and Recovery
Students and Faculty in Recovery •
Family and Friends Services
Recovery Ally Trainings •
Naloxone Training

Contact information:
Jon Dance 540-632-2408


Residential Treatment for Men

Bristol Lifestyle Recovery

Clinically-managed, low-intensity residential substance abuse programming.

261 North Street, Bristol, VA

(276) 821-8030

Bristol Lifestyle Recovery

Support Groups

Hope for Hurting Parents - Virtual

Virtual support group for hurting parents and grandparents

Contact information:

Zoom link:

Location, Date, and Times (if applicable)

­­­­Every Thursday Night 7pm-8:30pm

SAARA Recovery Group - Virtual

Fully-virtual groups Tuesday and Wednesday at 6PM Tuesday Topic: Family Recovery Group Wednesday: Young People in Recovery Zoom Link:

Utility Assistance and Food Bank

Faith in Action

(276) 628-4813

Workforce Development

Mountain Empire Community College

Mountain Empire Community College has NEW career training opportunities for active recovery participants offering REDUCED/NO COST classes in the skilled trades!

Basic Plumbing, JAN 10, 2022 – March 31, 2022

Basic Construction, April 2022

*Tools/Supplies provided, daily meal, national certifications, and hands-on experience!


Contact information:

              Stephanie New                Shawn Allen


              (276) 523-9123               (615) 510-1152

Virginia Career Works

Virginia Career Works

If you are in recovery, eligible to work in the USA, need help finding employment contact us today.


Contact information:

(540) 320-1908          

Find more resources at and

on Facebook at ASAC-Appalachian Substance Abuse Coalition

Linda Austin, ASAC Director – (276) 356-6547

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