Since its inception, Mobilize Recovery has had a long-standing relationship with the Chesterfield County Jail's HARP program. We are thrilled that during the Mobilize Recovery Across America 2024 bus tour, Chesterfield County Jail will welcome the Mobilize Recovery Community to its program. 

On October 8th, the Mobilize Recovery Bus will roll into Chesterfield for a unique event inside the facility to highlight the program's success.

About Helping Addicts Recover Progressively (HARP)

A jail-based treatment and recovery program in Virginia for those with criminal justice involvement who struggle with addiction

The HARP program was created in March 2016 in Chesterfield County, Virginia, to interrupt the traditional cycle of arrest and release among heroin users with the primary goal of saving lives. The program is still referred to as HARP, but the name was changed to Helping Addicts Recover Progressively to expand treatment to those struggling with other drugs. HARP is a voluntary, jail-based two-phase model that utilizes therapeutic, medical, and educational approaches to provide addiction and mental health services to those in need. 


This event is not open to public attendance.

This bus tour receives cornerstone support from iHeartMedia, Meta, and SAMHSA.

Event Details

October 08, 2024 from 3:00 PM to 5:00 PM (Eastern Time)
Chesterfield County Jail · 6900 Mimms Dr, Chesterfield, VA
Media Inquiries: Timothy Sullivan: [email protected] ·
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event_title: Mobilize Recovery is coming to Chesterfield County Jail in VA!

event_time_zone: America/New_York

event_start: October 08, 2024 15:00

event_duration: 120

event_end: October 08, 2024 17:00

event_address: 6900 Mimms Dr, Chesterfield, VA 23228, United States

event_description: Since its inception, Mobilize Recovery has had a long-standing relationship with the Chesterfield County Jails HARP program. We are thrilled that during the Mobilize Recovery Across America 2024 bus tour, Chesterfield County Jail will welcome the Mobilize Recovery Community to its program. On October 8th, the Mobilize Recovery Bus will roll into Chesterfield for a unique event inside the facility to highlight the programs success.About Helping Addicts Recover Progressively (HARP)A jail-based treatment and recovery program in Virginia for those with criminal justice involvement who struggle with addictionThe HARP program was created in March 2016 in Chesterfield County, Virginia, to interrupt the traditional cycle of arrest and release among heroin users with the primary goal of saving lives. The program is still referred to as HARP, but the name was changed to Helping Addicts Recover Progressively to expand treatment to those struggling with other drugs. HARP is a voluntary, jail-based two-phase model that utilizes therapeutic, medical, and educational approaches to provide addiction and mental health services to those in need. This event is not open to public attendance.This bus tour receives cornerstone support from iHeartMedia, Meta, and SAMHSA.