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Behavioral Health Center in Petersburg, VA

Get assistance with mental or behavioral health disorder by seeking treatment at Poplar Springs Hospital. At our behavioral health center in Petersburg, VA, we offer several treatment programs to help treat a variety of psychiatric and behavioral issues.
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Adolescent Treatment

Our Adolescent Residential Treatment Program offers stabilization for adolescents, ages 11 to 17.

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Military Resiliency Program

At our stigma-free treatment environment, we provide Intensive Behavioral Health Services for active duty military personnel, veterans, and dependents.

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Outpatient Programs for Adults

Adults transitioning from a Residential Program, an Acute Inpatient Program, find support during recovery with the added structure of regular therapeutic sessions.

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Acute Inpatient Treatment

Patients turn to us for help with crisis stabilization, medical detoxification and long-term therapeutic treatment.

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We offer an array of Inpatient Services for adults coping with emotional, psychological and substance abuse issues.

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25 Acre Treatment Center

Our rural Petersburg, Virginia facility offers a variety of amenities.


Our inpatient programs follow an intensive therapeutic structure and are designed to help stabilize the patient following an acute psychiatric or behavioral crisis. These programs also include a detox process in cases where issues are brought on by substance abuse or chemical dependency.

With our outpatient services, we offer assistance with behavioral health issues, while still allowing patients to maintain their own life away from the hospital. These programs are typically for patients transitioning out of our inpatient care or for patients with less severe behavioral issues.

Whether you are on active duty or are a retired veteran, our facility is ready to serve all current and former military personnel. Our staff has extensive experience working with the issues that military staff regularly deal with, such as PTSD and substance abuse issues. Our military mental health programs are all certified by TRICARE®, and we are dedicated to providing a stigma-free treatment environment to meet patient needs

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We offer many services for adults, intended to meet the unique needs of those who are experiencing psychiatric and substance abuse problems that impair their daily functioning.

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Young Lady Smiling

Poplar Springs offers a wide array of inpatient services for adolescents to learn how to deal with their emotional and behavioral issues so they can quickly return home with better coping tools.

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We are committed to providing a stigma-free treatment environment specifically designed to meet the needs of active duty personnel in all branches of military service.

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Virtual Tour of Facility

Located in Petersburg, Virginia, our facility offers a serene, rural atmosphere for patients, along with a variety of amenities. To take a tour of our facility click the link below.

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Joint Commission
Licensing & Accreditation

Poplar Springs is accredited by The Joint Commission, which helps monitor quality and care. Read more about this designation.

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Action Alliance

Poplar Springs is dedicated to increasing awareness about mental health issues. Read more about our partners in this effort.

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Suicide Prevention Efforts at Poplar Springs

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Healthy living begins with how we treat ourselves, others and our environment. In an effort to promote positive interactions, our Residential Treatment Center identified 5 Core Values as guidelines for unit manners and expectations. To improve our lifestyles, we must adjust our approach and the ways we interact with the world. We will work with residents every day to incorporate our 5 Core Values into daily living. Students presented on what the Big 5 means to them and gave ideas for their peers to incorporate it in their daily living. ...

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Poplar Springs Hospital

Poplar Springs Hospital

350 Poplar Drive, Petersburg, VA 23805Contact Us