The McShin Foundation

Virginia's leading peer to peer Recovery Community Organization for individuals seeking or in recovery from a Substance Use Disorder.

The McShin Foundation is a Recovery Community Organization (RCO). An RCO is defined in-part as having resources such as: Halfway Houses, Transitional Recovery Houses, Opiate Detox, and being connected with alcohol and drug rehabs, substance abuse treatment and aftercare. We offer a social model recovery program that implements Peer-to-peer delivered Recovery Support Services (PRSS).

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McShin is Virginia's leader in addiction Recovery Support Services. We serve individuals and families in their fight against Substance Use Disorders.


  • Advocacy with policy makers
  • Certified Peer Recovery Coaching thru NAADAC
  • Caroline County Court Referral Program
  • Criminal Justice Recovery Training
  • Over $200k a year in Charity Care
  • One of the first 5 Accredited RCO’s (Recovery Community Organization) in America - CAPRSS
  • Members of the Addiction Recovery Council of Virginia
  • Nasal Naloxone Trainers
  • Family Programming; Healing Families, Saving Lives
  • Members of VARR, Virginia Association of Recovery Residences


The McShin Foundation

The McShin Foundation

Facing Addiction and The National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence (NCADD) are proud to announce the merger of our organizations – creating a national leader in turning the tide on the addiction epidemic.
The merged organization will be called:

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