Helping Veterans Find Recovery

Too many U.S. veterans struggle with addiction to drugs or alcohol when they return home. Fear, anxiety, and PTSD can make it difficult to get sober, and even more difficult to ask for help. We’re here to help you get the care you need, any time, day or night.

You had the courage to serve. You have the courage to call.




Families & Caregivers


Salute to Recovery

At Desert Hope Treatment Center

A comprehensive treatment path dedicated to helping veterans and first responders get the care they need to overcome substance use disorders, all in our therapeutic residential program in Las Vegas, Nevada.

At Recovery First Treatment Center

The veterans and first responder program at Recovery First welcomes veterans of all branches of the armed forces, as well as current and retired first responders, all in our residential program in Hollywood, Florida.

At River Oaks

Veterans can experience an enormous emotion and physical toll from their service, sometimes leading to substance abuse. In this program, you’ll learn how to rebuild from the trauma you’ve experienced.

At Oxford

For military veterans  dealing with substance abuse and other mental health disorders, our Salute to Recovery Program provides a place of healing built on camaraderie, trust, and evidence-based therapies.

At Sunrise House

Local treatment program in a tranquil setting perfectly positioned to help Veterans struggling with addiction and co-occurring mental health disorders.

At AdCare

A dedicated addiction treatment program for Veterans, run by Veterans, offering the best evidence based treatment modalities available for long term recovery.

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The cost of treatment should not be preventing you or a loved one from finding treatment. Verify whether your insurance may be able to cover all or part of the cost of treatment today.

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Addiction & Co-Occurring Disorders

Many veterans struggle with mental health conditions such as ADHD, anxiety, depression, PTSD, and insomnia. These co-occurring disorders are contributing factors for drug and alcohol abuse, and must be treated in a comprehensive addiction rehab program.

Substance Abuse

Active-duty and veteran military members struggle with substance use disorders, just like the general population. With combat deployments, drinking culture, and chronic pain from injuries, it’s no surprise service members also face issues with addiction. In fact, about 11% of military veterans meet criteria for a substance use disorder.


PTSD is a mental health disorder that occurs when a person is exposed to a traumatic event and experiences distressing symptoms. Studies estimate the prevalence of veterans with a current diagnosis of PTSD is anywhere from 9-15%.


Depression is one of the most common mental health disorders among veterans and can be extremely debilitating. In 2008, the VA estimated that 1 in 3 veterans experienced  at least some symptoms of depression.


Anxiety disorders are disorders characterized by excessive worry or fear that causes distress. Approximately 3% of all adults experience some symptoms of anxiety, but rates of anxiety are typically higher for military veterans, around 5-12%.


Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder is a mental health condition linked to symptoms that include behavioral problems, poor concentration, fidgeting, and overactivity An estimated 5% of adults in the U.S. have ADHD, which represents 11 million individuals.

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Contact us today to talk with an Admissions Navigator who will give you the information you need to make the right decision for you and your loved ones.