Woodbridge Substance Abuse Services

Substance Abuse Treatment

We are serving adults and adolescents in our Woodbridge office. Please call for more information. 703-659-9900

Who We Are

Founded by the legendary Washington Football Coach, Joe Gibbs, Youth For Tomorrow is a nonprofit organization that has been serving the Northern Virginia community since 1986.

Mother and sonOur Focus

Providing substance use services for assessments, treatment & referrals with professional excellence, Christian integrity, expert insight, and genuine compassion.

Are you or your teen…

  • Stressed, overwhelmed or having trouble coping?
  • Struggling at home or in school and their grades are slipping? 
  • Using drugs to escape, while using more or experimenting with more drugs?
  • Showing drug seeking behaviors like continued drug use despite negative  consequences, or using drugs in hazardous places & situations? 
  • Losing interest in things once cherished or enjoyed? 

If so, we can help! 703-659-9900 

We Can Help With Issues Like:

Substance Use Disorders


Depression & Anxiety


Co-Occurring Disorders

Relapse Prevention

Aftercare planning

Family communication and relationships

Enabling, Co-Dependency

Behavioral problems in school

Sober coping & living skills

Problem solving

Social Skills

Rising issues with the law

What We Do

We provide comprehensive mental health, substance use biopsychosocial assessment. We can provide based on treatment needs group treatment, individual, family counseling including medication management through psychiatry, as needed, with urine drug screens and alcohol test strips.

Our Counselors

Christopher Coleman, LSATP, LPC
Substance Abuse Program Manager

Chris ColemanFrom the words of LL Cool J’s song: “Don’t call it a comeback, I’ve been here for years” would be a statement upon my return to Youth For Tomorrow. Hello, my name is Chris Coleman, a dually licensed therapist in the Commonwealth of Virginia (Licensed Professional Counselor & Licensed Substance Abuse Treatment Provider), the Substance Abuse Program Manager, and I was an integral part of developing the substance abuse program for Youth For Tomorrow, from 2017-2019. Another hip-hop reference would be my return is like the rap group from the 1990’s, EPMD: Unfinished Business. While away in my private practice, I remained in contact, observing the changes and work being done, growth & expansions, even providing some consultation here and there, yet my heart was still here.

I possess a Masters degree in Addiction Counseling and a Master’s degree in professional counseling, and I have earned a degree in biblical studies. I am a Master Addiction Counselor (MAC) through NAADAC (The Association for Addiction Professionals), a Certified Clinical Trauma Professional (CCTP), National Certified Counselor (NCC) and a Substance Abuse Professional (SAP/DOT). I have worked in residential, inpatient, outpatient, crisis centers, jails, prisons, locked facilities and with probation & parole. I currently serve on the state affiliate board of NAADAC, called Virginia Association of Addiction Professionals, or VAAP, as the writer of the newsletters on the communications team, and work with the Advocacy and membership team. I am also a Virginia approved Clinical Supervisor, and currently possess licenses to practice in North Carolina, Maryland, and Florida.

My career began working with at-risk youth in 1994, in a residential setting for substance use disorders, gang members, foster children and behavioral issues. My experiences and strengths are group therapy, substance use and co-occurring disorders, trauma, men’s issues, depression, anxiety disorders and anger management. My theoretical approach is eclectic; however, I primarily use Motivational Interviewing, Cognitive Behavioral & Dialectical Behavioral, Solution-Focused, Client-Centered/Strength Based, and Schema Therapy. With that said, everything and anything I have and utilize, starts and ends with the gracious empowerment of a biblically based approach and skill, as I also provide Christian Counseling. Without The Lord leading, guiding and empowering me, I can do nothing. One of my mottos: “If it causes a problem, then it IS, a problem.” I look forward to working with you.

Scarlete Davis MA, RIC

Substance Abuse Program Manager 

Scarlete DavisScarlete Davis is a substance abuse/ mental health therapist here in the Woodbridge office. Scarlete is currently under supervision for licensure in LPC and CSAC. Scarlete obtained a bachelor’s in psychology from Cheyney University of Pennsylvania and her master’s in professional counseling from Liberty University. For the past 13 years her work has been in the mental health field beginning with residential counseling for Northwestern Human Services in Delaware County, PA. From there she obtained experience in intensive case management in Philadelphia and neighboring areas as well as Lehigh Valley section of Pennsylvania. Scarlete has worked as an intensive outpatient/outpatient substance abuse clinician, outpatient mental health therapist as well as an intensive in-home family-based therapist. Her client population has included but is not limited to children, adolescents, and adults. She has experience in facilitating individual, couple, family and D&A/ psych rehab group sessions.

Specialty populations include substance abuse and mental health due to the wide spread negative stigma that is faced at the societal and at times the service level of care. Scarlete has helped individuals in treatment with depression, anxiety, schizophrenia, bipolar, substance abuse and other mental health disorders through collaboration of services and by fostering a safe environment that allows for the transition of skills for healthy coping and forming agreeable cognitive patterns. Scarlete enjoys taking on an eclectic approach to counseling using a combination of evidence-based modalities that is individualized and designed specifically for the individual’s needs. The goal is always for the individual to reach an optimal level of independence and wellness to be productive members in a society we all share and are responsible for.

To schedule an assessment please contact our intake coordinator Kimberly Sharp at (703) 659-9900.

We accept most insurance plans including but not limited to:

  • Aetna
  • Anthem Blue Cross/Blue Shield
  • Anthem HealthKeepers
  • Anthem Health Keepers Plus 
  • Carefirst
  • Cigna
  • Intotal Health
  • Medicaid
  • Optima Health
  • TriCare
  • TriCare Plus

The Potomac Health Foundation awarded a one year grant to Youth For Tomorrow to improve Community Health and serve residents of eastern Prince William County, Lorton, and North Stafford communities through its Howard L. Greenhouse Large Grant Program to further the Foundation’s mission to improve the health of the community by increasing access to health care for the medically underserved.

If you are underinsured or not insured and reside in one of the following zip codes:  20112 / 22193/ 22192 / 22079/ 22191 / 22125/ 22025 / 22026/ 22172 / 22134/ 22135 / 22556/ 22554 you are eligible to apply for a sliding scale fee for services. See the map below. 

Please feel free to download and complete the form below and then contact our BHS Intake Coordinator to discuss setting up services at 703-659-9900.

Click here to download the application form

Woodbridge Office

14000 Crown Court, Suite 101, Woodbridge, VA 22193

Accredited by:

Joint Commission COA