For You About COVID-19.
We are committed to supporting our fellow Veterans, First Responders and their families through this trying time. Based on the recommendation of local health officials, the VRR clinic will be closed for in-person appointments today. However, we have expanded our telehealth capabilities and are accepting appointments for new and existing clients.
To schedule an appointment or initial assessment, please call our main line 251-405-3677.
To reach a mental health professional directly, ask for extension 102.
To reach a peer support specialist directly, ask for extension 103.
We are committed to our mission of removing barriers to care (COVID-19 included). We will find a way or we will make one. We are all in this together. Stay safe, look after each other and wash your hands. Thank you.
We still are energetically supporting veterans like you every day through our tele-health services.
Click HERE for important information about how we continue to help you and your families.
You Have Served Us.
Now It’s Our Turn.
For some, their training equipped them to handle almost any situation—except coming home. If you are a Veteran facing difficulty returning to civilian life, we’re there with empathy and specially-trained professionals. That way, we can help you and your family members find renewed strength and confidence in life.
Addressing The Unique Needs Of Veterans.
When we say ‘By Veterans, for Veterans,’ we mean it. The majority of our staff and administration are made up of those who know what it’s like to serve. And are committed to helping their brothers and sisters in arms know peace.
Committed To Veterans Like You.
Stringent training, deployments, frequent moves and, for some, combat, put unique stresses on our Veterans and their families. Our team of health professionals created a unique approach that speaks to a unique set of mental wellness challenges.
The First Step? Recognizing The Signs.
If you or a loved one face challenges like these, you’re not alone. Contact us.
that impacts your sleep, ability to work or gets in the way of enjoying life.
Eating or sleeping too much
or too little. Irritable or annoyed more quickly and more frequently.
or remembering. Feeling confused, scared or angry—perhaps all at once.
Difficulty trusting others
or feeling betrayed. Feeling guilty about what happened during service.
Heavy drinking or smoking
that annoys others or feeling yourself as if you should cut down.
Unsure of your purpose
or your ability to be the person you want to be. Feeling helpless, hopeless.
How We Serve.
Come talk to us. You might be surprised (and relieved) to meet others who have walked in your shoes.
Where We're Based. Now Open.
Located at 1156 Springhill Avenue, in Mobile, Alabama, our non-profit Outpatient Clinic serves the Veteran community in a warm and comfortable environment.
Residential Treatment And More.
The gap in Veteran-specific residential care is big in our community and in other parts of the country. Our vision and plans for this care include things you might expect—and others you might not.