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Treatment

Programs for recovery from drug and alcohol addiction, and those with mental illness or dual diagnosis.

Many veterans struggle with substance abuse, mental illness or a combination of both. According to the National Coalition for Homeless Veterans, 70% of homeless veterans suffer from substance abuse and mental health issues. These issues must be addressed in order to help our veterans reach self-sufficiency.

Substance Abuse

Veterans Resource Centers: Cincinnati, Columbus, Cleveland & Dayton We provide a six-month residential alcohol and drug treatment program that gives veterans the support they need to overcome the addiction through all three phases of recovery: treatment, transition to work, and continuing care to prevent relapsing. We also refer veterans to a substance abuse treatment program as needed. These programs are accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF).

Mental Health

Veterans Resource Centers: Cincinnati, Columbus, Cleveland & Dayton We provide a residential treatment program that gives veterans the support they need to cope with their illness. Our residential programs include evaluation, development of a treatment plan, individualized and/or group therapy and continued support. We also refer veterans to a mental health treatment program as needed. These programs are accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF).

Contact information for all programs and services can be found in our Program Directory.