Experienced mental healthcare providers improving dual-diagnosis outcomes and restoring quality of life through highly coordinated care and intensive case management

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Encore Outpatient Services treats substance use disorder and co-occurring mental health conditions through intensive outpatient (IOP) and partial hospitalization (PHP) programs in Arlington, Virginia. Encore’s licensed clinicians help young adults and families from the DC Metro area, and around the country, pursue recovery from addiction and co-occurring mental health disorders. Encore Outpatient considers every aspect of its patient’s lives to develop highly customized care plans, emphasizes the importance of addressing underlying trauma and negative life events, and proactively manages ongoing patient care to improve the experience and outcomes of care.


Encore offers PHP and IOP treatment to meet a wide range of client needs and assist transition through levels of care
PHP - Partial Hospitalization Program

If you do not need residential treatment but require more services and care than typical outpatient treatment provides, Encore's Partial Hospitalization Program offers structured programming at a more intensive level.

IOP - Intensive Outpatient Program

If you need initial treatment or supportive care after detox or residential treatment, this flexible program is available during the day or evening.

Whom and What We Treat

Encore treats substance use disorder, commonly referred to as addiction, and co-occurring mental health disorders
with flexible programming to address the needs of adults, including professionals with busy careers, and young adults.

Substance use disorder and mental health conditions are progressive, complex disorders that affect every individual and family differently. Encore takes the time to understand the multifaceted physical and mental health implications of these challenges and develops holistic, personalized therapies to help people enter lasting recovery and restore physical and mental health. 

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Addiction and mental health disorders are interrelated. Living with these conditions affects every aspect of one’s life, relationships, health, aspirations, and opportunities. Thorough assessment and testing help to identify the complete range of issues affecting patients to inform a more complete and customized care plan.

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Our addiction treatment center, located in Arlington, Virginia, is able to diagnose and treat complicated cases of substance use and mental health disorder. Our treatment team is accustomed to working with individuals, families, and networks of specialized treatment providers to provide the level of comprehensive and coordinated care needed to initiate recovery and develop a continuum of care. 

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Addiction is truly a family disease. Encore incorporates the family into the treatment process. Our clinical team educates family members about their loved one’s addiction, teaching them how to support recovery and seek their own treatment and support. 

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We understand your requirement and provide quality works.
Tom Walker, CSAC

Executive Director

Shayna Daghigh, CSAC

Program Director

Kim Ragan, LCSW, CSAC

Clinical Director

Encore is an out-of-network provider and works with a variety of available insurances.

Encore News & Issues

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Encore Outpatient Services News & Blog

Encore is an advocate for education, the reduction of stigma, and better public understanding of issues surrounding addiction and mental health. It attends conferences and continuing education seminars, and shares insights about the field.

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What Does A Dual Diagnosis Mean?
In the medical community, dual diagnosis simply refers to a person having two conditions at the same time. In most mental health practices, dual diagnosis usually presents as a substance use…

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We understand your requirement and provide quality works.