Williamsburg, Virginia

Once the seat of early American government, Williamsburg, Virginia, forms one point of a historical triangle of sites, the others being Yorktown and the Jamestown colony. Here visitors may experience the life of our forefathers with a stroll through the streets of Colonial Williamsburg or tour the campus of the College of William and Mary, one of the oldest educational institutions in the country.

Williamsburg is home to some of the finest restaurants in the state. Virginia ham, Chesapeake crabs, and colonial classic cream of peanut soup are just a few of the items one might find in the eateries around town. Williamsburg is a haven for golfers, history buffs, and anyone desiring a reprieve from the bustle and traffic often found in Washington, DC, and Northern Virginia.

We are here to make Williamsburg a haven for those who seek to overcome drug and alcohol addiction. Because the attraction to Williamsburg is seasonal and spread out, the area also allows for a sense of isolation and peace without being inaccessible. Our centers are located beyond the attractions, nestled alongside the looming pines of Waller Mill Park.

We chose Williamsburg as our primary location for care because of what it offers our residents: serenity, flexibility, privacy, and accessibility. Our facilities are a short drive from I-64 and Williamsburg's Amtrak station, and are, at most, an hour's drive from three international airports: Richmond International, Williamsburg/Newport News, and Norfolk International.

If you or a loved one is in need of treatment for drug addiction in a comfortable, welcoming environment, please contact us today for more information on The Farley Center.