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Veterans & Military

Veterans and the Holidays: How to Stay Sober Through Difficult Times
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Veterans and the Holidays: How to Stay Sober Through Difficult Times

By on Nov 15, 2021 in Blog, Veterans & Military |

Veterans & the Holidays Staying sober during the holidays is complex for many people with addiction. For Veterans, it’s even more challenging because the holidays may not feel the same as they once did. It’s hard to face people you may not like or attend events you find stressful. The holidays may also bring on symptoms of depression and anxiety. All of this can...

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Could a Veterans’ Addiction Treatment Program Help You?
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Could a Veterans’ Addiction Treatment Program Help You?

By on Mar 2, 2021 in Addiction, Blog, Veterans & Military |

Men and women who serve the U.S. in the Armed Forces put their lives on the line for the freedom so many of us take for granted. That service, whether in peace or wartime, creates mental health disorders and unique challenges. When a veteran struggles with what has happened to them, they may turn to alcohol or drugs as a way to self-medicate. However, substance use...

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Finding Treatment for Veterans Struggling with Addiction
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Finding Treatment for Veterans Struggling with Addiction

By on May 7, 2019 in Addiction, Blog, Veterans & Military |

Men and women serving in the U.S. Armed Forces provide an incredible service to the country and the world. They risk their lives to help others. Yet, deployment and combat create intense mental health challenges. For some, the only way it seems possible to cope with those experiences is through the use of an addictive substance. However, this doesn’t mean you can’t...

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