Williamsville Wellness was founded in 2007 by Robert W. Cabaniss Jr. (“Bob”). Bob opened the now twenty-six-bed facility in his family’s historic home outside Richmond, Virginia with a mission to help those struggling with addiction. Since its inception, hundreds of people have sought out treatment at Williamsville Wellness to break the bonds of addiction.
We use a comprehensive, holistic treatment program for adult men and women with alcohol and other substance-related addictions and co-occurring mental health issues. Williamsville Wellness focuses on intensive individual therapy to address the root cause of addiction.
The mission of Williamsville Wellness is to provide holistic, individualized treatment that offers hope and recovery for the individual addicted to alcohol and/or other drugs, and to the individual with an impulse control disorder. Williamsville Wellness is a client-centered program based on respect and compassion for each individual. We believe that with the integration of mental health therapies, physical therapies, and other holistic interventions an individual can gain freedom from alcoholism, recover from specific impulse control disorders and have a positive regard for life.
Williamsville Wellness is licensed by the Virginia Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Services for treatment of gambling addiction, chemical dependency, mental illness, and more specifically impulse control disorders.
We have four residential properties. The Cabaniss Lane house (shown above) is on 400 acres of land just north of Richmond, Virginia in a national historic landmark restored for modern day living.
Duration of Residential Program
Therapists to Clients 1:1
Overnight Staff 1:8
Licensing and Credentials of Therapists
Doctorate (Ph.D., PsyD, MD) and master’s level therapists (MA, MSW) who are licensed or license-eligible in Virginia; Certified Substance Abuse Counselors. Learn more about our staff.
If you or a loved one needs help in achieving and maintaining long-term recovery, we are here to support you. Please call 804-559-9959 at any time, and our caring staff will address your concerns.