Veterans Residential Addiction Treatment Center
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For Veterans by Veterans

Veteran Only Staff Serving Only Veteran Patients 

Our inpatient Veterans addiction treatment center chooses to serve only veterans because we have a long history of working with those suffering from addiction and the impacts of PTS and MST experienced while serving in the military. Heroes’ Mile can help with a variety of addiction and psychological problems, including drug abuse, alcohol abuse, post-traumatic stress and military sexual trauma. Contact us today or fill out our contact us form  to get started getting help!

Welcome to Heroes’ Mile Veteran Recovery Center

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For Veterans By Veterans

Heroes’ Mile is an addiction recovery center for veterans suffering from substance use disorder. Each level of care is trauma-informed to support veterans dealing with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and military sexual trauma (MST), in addition to other psychological and mental health challenges related to their military service.

Contact Heroes’ Mile

1-888-VET-NOW2
Available 24/7 (1-386-465-4048)

 (386) 337-7957
(General Questions)

Location
2775 Big John Drive DeLand Florida 32724

Residential Addiction Treatment Levels of Care

We provide different levels of care for different levels of need. We understand that addiction is complex and provide treatment options to meet you where you are. Here are the types of programs we offer:

INPATIENT DETOXIFICATION

In our detox program, we provide personalized, compassionate care while the body recovers from the use of drugs or alcohol. This is all done under medical supervision to ensure safety as well as success for our patients.

RESIDENTIAL TREATMENT

In our residential program, veterans participate in a wide range of programs and activities aimed at preparing them for life outside of our facility.

Benefits of Our Facility

Heroes’ Mile offers a new facility that opened in 2019 on 10 acres of secluded land. Veterans who come to us enjoy privacy, professionalism and a full range of inpatient and outpatient programs designed to address military mental health and addiction concerns. Our services include daily group therapy, individual therapy, recreational therapy, family/marriage counseling, nutrition education and more. We have a full staff of medical, therapy, and nursing personnel, and we are operated and staffed by veterans who understand the military experience.

FAQ

What percentage of first responders have PTSD?

Prevalence rates of PTSD among first responders have been reported in various studies to range from 6% to 32%. This wide range reflects differences in study populations, assessment methods, and the traumatic events experienced by first responders.

How many first responders have PTSD?

The exact number of first responders with PTSD varies by study and region, but it is recognized that first responders are at a higher risk for PTSD compared to the general population. Studies have reported PTSD prevalence rates ranging from 6% to 32% among first responders, including police, firefighters, and emergency medical services (EMS) personnel.

Are there programs for first responders with PTSD?

Yes, there are programs specifically designed to support first responders with PTSD. One notable example is the “warr;or21” program, which aims to promote resilience among first responders by enhancing their coping skills and psychological flexibility. Additionally, Heroes’ Mile offers a dedicated PTSD program tailored to the needs of first responders. This program focuses on providing comprehensive support and evidence-based interventions to address the unique mental health challenges faced by first responders, helping them to cope more effectively with the stresses of their profession and improve their overall well-being.

Contact Us Form

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HEROES’ MILE FACILITY TOUR

A virtual tour of Heroes’ Mile Veteran’s Recovery Center in DeLand Florida

Video Testimonials From Some Of Our Veteran Alumni

Real Reviews From Real Veteran Patients

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Katia's Husband is a graduate of our Veterans Drug and Alcohol Rehab. Click to watch Katia's video testimonial. For Veterans by Veterans
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Diego is a graduate of our Veterans Drug and Alcohol Rehab. Click to watch Diego's video testimonial. For Veterans by Veterans
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Elliot is a graduate of our Veterans Drug and Alcohol Rehab. Click to watch Elliot's video testimonial. For Veterans by Veterans
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Watch video testimonials from our graduates of Heroes' Mile veteran's alcohol and drug program. for Veterans by Veterans, a community care provider.
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Mike is a graduate of our Veterans Drug and Alcohol Rehab. Click to watch Mike and Jennifer's video testimonial. For Veterans by Veterans
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Why should a Veteran attend Heroes' Mile Veterans Drug and Alcohol Rehab. Click to watch James and Jose's video testimonial. For Veterans by Veterans
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Barry is a graduate of our Veterans Drug and Alcohol Rehab. Click to watch Barry's video testimonial. For Veterans by Veterans

Remember, you are not alone when it comes to facing your addiction and invisible wounds of war.
At Heroes’ Mile, We’ve Got Your Six!

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