Lord Fairfax House
512 S. Braddock Street, Winchester, VA 22601
(540) 662 - 8877
 

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Who We Are...

  • Aftercare Planning
  • In House Group Discussions
  • Referral To Community Resources
  • Guidance in Practical Life Skills
  • Introduction to Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous
The Lord Fairfax House was established in 1976 by the Council on Alcoholism Lord Fairfax Community, Inc. We moved to 512 S. Braddock Street in August, 1984 - opening the first co-ed transitional domiciliary available in Winchester with one client in December of that year.

Our halfway house is not a rescue mission nor merely a "hotel". Rather it is a continuation of a client's treatment program - providing a home where they can once again begin to enjoy life free of chemicals.
A United Way Agency