Community Access Network, founded with the goal that all patients will receive quality care, regardless of age, income or insurance status. Since their establishment in the Central Virginia region, that goal has driven them to create a plethora of services for the greater community of Central Virginia including primary medical care, pediatrics, gynecology, behavioral health, vision care and more. The Community Access Network will serve as the fiscal sponsor for CVARR in 2020.

Centra Health: Behavioral Health Services, a regional nonprofit healthcare system providing committed service to the community and  excellent care demonstrated by its many physician practices, outreach programs, screenings and tests, educational media and publications, and community health programs. 

Central Virginia HOPE Initiative, a coalition of service providers which served as a gateway to resources for individuals with substance use disorders, including detox programs, residential treatment, intensive outpatient services, Medication Assisted Treatment, peer recovery services, transitional/recovery housing, Family Support Services, and aftercare.

Families Anonymous, a 12 Step fellowship for the families and friends who have known a feeling of desperation concerning the destructive behavior of someone very near to them, whether caused by drugs, alcohol, or related behavioral problems.

Horizon Behavioral Health, a premier provider of mental health, substance use and intellectual disability services in Central Virginia. Horizon’s vision is to provide behavioral healthcare services that are accessible, consumer-centered, cost effective, and quality outcome-based.

Ortho Virginia, comprised of local physicians, surgeons, dentists, pharmacists, behavioral health specialists, addiction support services, and law enforcement which shared best practices guidelines and strategies to implement the Virginia Board of Medicine Opioid Regulations. 

Roads 2 Recovery, a recovery community organization; an independent, nonprofit corporation led by people in and supportive of recovery united by the mission to assist other people to find and sustain recovery. They focus on building services and supports to fill gaps in the system of care with the goal to develop and mobilize resources to increase the prevalence and quality of long-term recovery from alcohol and other drug addiction.

The Haven, a nonprofit social enterprise creating solutions to the addiction epidemic through a long-term, peer-based residential recovery program for men and women living with addiction who are without insurance or the financial means to obtain treatment and who live in Central and Southwestern Virginia.

The UP Foundation, a non-profit youth-oriented recovery community organization that encourages prevention, abstinence and recovery at its earliest stages with a mission to empower young people to reach their unlimited potential free from addiction.