Helping You Start Again In A Safe Space
We Are Virginia’s Unified Voice for Recovery Housing
Providing the Highest Level of Service to Residents
As Virginia’s only NARR accredited body, VARR monitors, evaluates, and improves standards to build the highest level of quality for recovery residences; so all Virginian’s have timely access to effective recovery support services.
Getting Your Life
Back On Track
Our mission is to set high levels of standards for quality recovery residences in Virginia and accredit residences that meet such rigorous criteria in order to support persons in recovery with information and access to recovery residences bound together by the core principles of standards, ethics, and unity.
Providing the Highest
Level of Service for Residents
Our Accredited Residences
VARR members provide the highest level of service to their residents and clients throughout Virginia. Members have been accredited through VARR’s rigorous screening process, thus ensuring top-notch services. VARR also presents a collaborative voice for recovery residences throughout our Commonwealth and works ensure that everyone in recovery is able to access programs that offer high quality recovery residences.
- Upromise Recovery House
- McShin Foundation
- The Recovery Connection
- Real Life
- True Recovery RVA
- WAR Foundation
- Eco Flats Apartments
- Awareness House
- Georgia’s House
- Journey House
- CARITAS Recovery Residences
- Recovering Hands
- Peter's Place RVA
- Tri Hope
- Starfish Recovery & Wellness
- Roads to Recovery
- Atlantic Out Reach Group
- Loudoun Serenity House
What We Do
- Create, monitor, evaluate, and continually improve recovery residence standards and measures of quality.
2. Accredit recovery residences who meet criteria and standards of VARR.
3. A voice for social model recovery programs in Virginia, which includes recovery treatment programs that provide housing to clients.
4. Ensure ethical practices by members.
5. Maintain a forum for exchanging ideas, lending support, problem solving, and developing new and existing residential programs.
6. Provide community education and member training that enhances competency and individual growth of residents, their families, and peer recovery supports along with facility staff, volunteers and others in the recovery community.
7. Promote recovery within the community.
8. Ensure quality and safe recovery residences, through our annual