The Recovery Village is honored to serve veterans needing high-quality, specialized addiction and mental health support designed around their needs.
Understanding what makes an inpatient rehab good for veterans is the first step in providing adequate care for this population.
Since recovery is a personal journey, success will be as well. What success looks like for one veteran may not look the same for another.
Due to the life-threatening danger of opioids, especially synthetic opioids such as fentanyl, it’s crucial that veterans struggling with opioid addiction seek professional treatment.
Veterans are more likely to self-medicate, or use substances to temporarily relieve the memories or feelings associated with traumatic events.
While a lack of confidentiality may seem invasive and a deterrent for servicemembers to seek treatment, a commander’s involvement in treatment can promote positive outcomes.
Active military members aren’t immune to issues related to substance use. However, the factors contributing to substance use among service members are unique.
Join a specialized program tailored for veterans and first responders to overcome addiction, co-occurring trauma, and mental health challenges. Through this track, you can rebuild your strength and readiness for civilian life.
Learn more about the specialized, evidence-based services offered to FORTITUDE veterans:
3964 Hamilton Square Boulevard
Groveport, OH 43125
761 Cuthbert Boulevard
Cherry Hill, NJ 08002
The Recovery Village facilities are proud members of the VA Community Care Network, a group of high-quality, private health care providers that accept VA health insurance. Our Veteran Advocates can help you navigate the VA to get you into treatment faster.
According to The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA), about 80% of individuals dealing with PTSD will also face another co-occurring disorder, especially drug or alcohol addiction. Treating substance abuse and mental health at the same time, called dual diagnosis care, leads to a stronger recovery and greater relief from mental health symptoms. Read more:
We can help answer your questions and talk through any concerns.