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Residential Drug and Alcohol Rehab for Veterans

Heroes’ Mile is a residential rehab for veterans, created specifically for veterans by veterans.

For members of the military, we gladly provide evidence-based, comprehensive addiction treatment that helps veterans transition into civilian life. In short, we help veterans find recovery through common ground.

Many military personnel from substance use disorders. Common signs of this include binge drinking, abusing prescription medication, and other forms of substance abuse that center around taking too much of legal substances. In addition, their risk of substance abuse is higher if they have experienced any of the following:

If you or a loved one is suffering from drug or alcohol abuse, know that you are not alone. In fact, our veteran rehabilitation center is here to support you in finding your path to recovery. With our professional drug and alcohol rehab for veterans, you gain empowerment to move past addiction and into healing.

Our staff members are dedicated to helping veterans transition from self-defeating thinking and behaviors into a higher level of social, emotional, and moral awareness. Together, we will build the foundation for a lasting recovery.

First Steps After Admittance

First, clients will meet with a specialist to create an individualized treatment program. Sometimes, medical detoxification is the first step before entering the residential rehab for veterans. Detox is necessary when the body has become physically dependent upon substances like drugs or alcohol. Generally, detox takes five to seven days. During this time, clients are under the 24/7 care of addiction specialists, physicians, and mental health counselors, all of whom help them navigate and minimize withdrawal symptoms.

When the timing is right, the client is moved into the residential program. If a client has already detoxed at another location and is in good physical health, they can come directly into our residential rehab for veterans.

A Residential Rehab for Veterans

In our program, we subscribe to a 12-step addiction treatment philosophy. Furthermore, our inpatient residential rehab for veterans is a safe place to build the foundation for a lasting recovery. For example, the length of the program will depend on the individual’s treatment plan.

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During their time in residential rehab, veterans will receive 24/7 monitoring. Veterans will reside in our tranquil villa located in sunny Florida. They may also participate in a wide variety of treatment options that treat addiction issues and provide psychiatric care for PTS, MTS, and other military-related mental health issues. Treatment includes:

Our staff members have a long history of working with veterans suffering from addiction, as well as the impacts of PTS and MST. At Heroes’ Mile, our clients receive the tools they need to prepare them for sobriety in their everyday lives.

It takes strength to ask for help. We’ve been there and will help veterans find recovery through common ground.

Post-Residential Treatment

The length of stay in our residential rehab for veterans depends on the client’s specific needs. We understand that recovery is a highly individualized process, and veterans with PTSD and substance abuse may need further care. Upon completion of the program, the next step is a partial hospitalization program (PHP), or an intensive outpatient program (IOP).

We Can Help You

Heroes’ Mile is a substance abuse, post-traumatic stress, and military sexual trauma treatment center designed for veterans experiencing problems with addiction and other psychological challenges related to their military service. Located in DeLand, FL, our rehab for veterans helps treat common issues faced by service members.

If you are a Veteran seeking treatment or would like to refer a Veteran to our program, please call one of our admissions specialists today at 386-400-2991.

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1-888-VET-NOW2 DCartagena@heroesmile.com

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Please note: For medical emergencies, please call 911. For other urgent matters, please call our admissions line 888-838-6692. Submissions after-hours, weekends, or holidays may experience a longer response time.

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