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Can I Use FMLA for Rehab? Veteran Rehab Facts

After returning from military life, transitioning to civilian living can be hard. And it can be especially hard when you find yourself in a good job, but addiction threatens to ruin it. Left untreated, substance use disorders often lead to problems at work, such as trouble completing assignments and difficulty showing up on time. For...
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Does Alcohol Cause Cancer? Here’s the Sobering Truth

Having a drink after work: harmless, right? Drinking alcohol has certainly been normalized in our society. Most people are aware that alcohol use can become a harmful addiction, but that’s far from the only danger that comes along with drinking even a moderate amount. Alcohol is actually a known carcinogen that can increase your risk...
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Being Sober After the Military: Sober Life After Service

After military service, many individuals find themselves with invisible wounds of war and few healthy coping mechanisms. So instead, they often turn to alcohol or prescription medications as a means to get by. And while this is unfortunately a common story, the good news is that many of those same individuals eventually get to a...
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Going to Rehab: A Guide for Veterans

If you are a veteran who is considering going to rehab, you most likely have a lot of questions and concerns. To start, what is the process of going to rehab like for veterans? What do you need to know as you prepare for drug addiction recovery? Thankfully, this guide is here to answer all...
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Finding a Veteran Rehab Near Me

If you are one of the thousands of veterans around DeLand, Florida who has been impacted by drug or alcohol addiction, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), and other invisible wounds of war, you might not know where to start when it comes to seeking treatment. After all, veteran-friendly treatment differs from typical addiction and mental health...
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Alcohol and Drug Withdrawal Symptoms Before Detox

Without a proper detox center, alcohol and drug withdrawal symptoms can make recovery seem impossible. If you’re detoxing from drugs or alcohol, that means that your body has come to rely on these addictive substances. And even if you’re ready to quit, your body can make the recovery process much harder. Let’s talk about common...
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DoD Report Shows Veterans Need Mental Health Care

A new report from the United States Department of Defense (DoD) indicates that thousands of military personnel and their families may not have access to proper mental health care. After an internal audit spearheaded by the DoD Inspector General, it’s clear that thousands of veterans have trouble accessing vital care. Today, we’re going to start...
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How Coronavirus Affects Veterans Like Nobody Else

The world around us has slowed down since early March, and the coronavirus pandemic is still affecting all facets of life. While everyone can feel these impacts in different ways, veterans are uniquely affected by COVID-19. Not physically, of course, but in the mental effects that life during a pandemic can have. What makes veterans...
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5 Tips for Military Transitions to Civilian Life

When it’s time to leave the military service world, many veterans like you or your loved one find it incredibly challenging to transition into civilian life. How will you apply military experience to a civilian job? Do you need mental health or addiction treatment? And what will the transition into civilian life look like socially...
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Supporting Veterans: Know the Warning Signs of PTSD and Addiction

When your loved one returns from military service, it is natural to worry about how they will adjust to life back home. After all, mental health conditions like post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and addiction are common in veterans. But what exactly are the warning signs of PTSD and addiction that you need to look for...
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