About Bethany Hall

Bethany Hall is a residential treatment program for
adult women recovering from alcohol and other
chemical dependency. Our mission is to provide a
safe, supportive and healing environment for the
early stages of recovery, and to help clients acquire
the necessary skills for independent living.

Bethany Hall was established in 1970 and has
served more than 1,800 women. The program is
licensed by the Virginia Department of Mental
Health, Mental Retardation and Substance Abuse
Services and has been a partner agency of the
United Way of Roanoke Valley since 1973.

Bethany Hall provides a strong therapeutic program with an emphasis on the 12-step principles of Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous. The program also focuses on behavioral aspects, including accepting responsibility, meeting deadlines, planning and goal setting, and developing a positive value system. All residents are required to vigorously contribute to the program and to take responsibility for assigned positions and chores at the residence.

More About Bethany Hall:

The Gift of Recovery
Mission Statement