More Than Hope. A Path To True Healing.
As a Servicemember, Veteran or First Responder, you’ve seen trauma firsthand. Yet, it’s sometimes hard to recognize it in yourself. Depression, substance abuse, hopelessness, and relationship issues can result. If you struggle, maybe it’s time to ask help of others. Our clinically-based solution is designed for your unique needs. Because true strength comes from seeking solutions.
Strategies To Help You Thrive, Not Just Survive.
Healing from emotional trauma is an uphill climb and yet we know it’s worth it. Using evidence based-clinical interventions like Motivational Interviewing and ACT (Acceptance and Commitment Therapy) combined with our lived experiences, we’ve developed a program specifically for service members, Veterans, First responder, and their families. We teach others how to recognize, understand, and respond to trauma/substance use when it interferes with living a values-driven life. After a comprehensive and thoughtful assessment, we collaboratively develop an individual and tailored approach to healing. To learn more, contact us today at 251-405-3677 or visit vetsrecover.org. Take the first step. And be on the road to a more fulfilling destination.
A Little About Us
- Level II Intensive Outpatient Treatment
- Compassionate, responsive, and peer-based
- Care based solely on your unique needs
Confidential. Compassionate. Based on real-world experience. Managing Post Traumatic Stress is an ongoing challenge. Our process makes it much easier.
Other ways we serve you.
A Complete Description of Our Program:
Veterans Recovery Resources offers a comprehensive continuum of professional and peer-based services for military services members. This PDF provides a detailed description of all the services we currently offer.
Monday – Friday 8:00 AM – 6:00 PM
Appointments outside these times may be available on a case by case basis.
Business hours will evolve over time.
Nurse’s Help Line:
Clients receiving primary care at Veterans Recovery Resources with an after-hours medical concern may call
(Reference VRR and Dr. Yonge).
Call 911 for a medical emergency.