Address & Contact

Our Address

8700 Sudley Road, Manassas, VA 20110


38.7671914, -77.4894144



If you or a loved one is struggling with psychiatric problems or chemical dependency, having access to high-quality treatment programs can make all the difference. It is important to have personalized and compassionate care that can empower you and help you regain control of your daily life.
Our team of behavioral health specialists at Novant Health UVA Health System is dedicated to providing high-quality inpatient and outpatient mental health and substance abuse treatments. Our experts help adults, seniors, adolescents and children with behavioral health issues live better lives in the communities you live and work in.
To learn more about behavioral health services at Prince William Medical Center, call:
Inpatient services at 703-369-8864.
Intensive outpatient substance abuse at 703-369-8404.
Novant Health UVA Health System Northern Virginia Psychiatric Associates at 703-369-8055, option 1
Inpatient services
Our inpatient services specialize in identifying and stabilizing behavioral issues for adults. Our individualized care will help you transition back to work, community and family life. Sometimes, people suffering from acute psychiatric disorders or substance abuse cannot live independently because they pose a danger to themselves or others. In these cases, our 32-bed adult inpatient hospitalization program is here to provide advanced care close to home. Also offered are alcohol medical detox, group therapy and active psychiatric treatment. Other notable features include a state-of-the-art comfort room for relaxation and a tranquility garden that promotes environmental health.
If you have questions about this program, call 703-369-8464.
Outpatient services
Our intensive outpatient programs for substance abuse and relapse prevention provide structured treatment during the day or evening, depending on the scheduling needs. These services are available for adults (age 18+) who do not need inpatient medical detoxification or residential treatment but who can benefit from the support and treatments offered.
If you have any questions about this program, call 703-369-8404.