MOBILE, Ala. — The Veterans Recovery Recourses have been rewarded a $4 million grant to support mental health and substance use treatment services. John F. Kilpatrick, Founder and CEO says, “we are very excited at both the funding and the national recognition that comes with it. This
Recently released data shows nearly 18 percent of those who died by suicide in Alabama are veterans. Governor Kay Ivey announced Friday a new statewide suicide prevention initiative for Service Members, Veterans, and their Families (SMVF). Governor Ivey was joined at the Alabama State Capitol
Posted by Gabriel Tynes Veterans Recovery Resources, a “by veteran, for veteran” nonprofit, community-based wellness program dedicated to supporting a life of flourishing for those who have served, held a groundbreaking ceremony on the state’s first inpatient detox and residential recovery center on Springhill Avenue today.
MOBILE, Ala. — Veterans Recovery Resources (VRR) held a groundbreaking for phase one construction to renovate the historic Raphael Semmes School at 1200 Springhill Avenue to create a detoxification and residential treatment facility. This phase includes securing the building and making necessary repairs in order
by: Meaghan Mackey MOBILE, Ala. (WKRG) – Veterans Recovery Resources broke ground on a new $6.5 million dollar residential detox facility. The historic 18,000 square foot Raphael Semmes School on Springhill Avenue is being renovated to house the facility. The project will take two years to
Posted by Gabriel Tynes Submitted | Veterans Recovery Resources is planning to renovate a blighted school building on Springhill Boulevard to create a residential recovery campus for veterans and first responders. John Kilpatrick knows the struggle. He enlisted in the Marine Corps just out of high
COVID-19. The Answers You Want. You are a warrior. And as a warrior, you know how to keep a level head in all situations. Information is our most important tool in fighting COVID-19. Veterans Recovery Resources is closely monitoring its outbreak. We already are taking
BLOOMFIELD, Conn., 07 November, 2019 – The Cigna Foundation announced it will give a $100,000 grant to Veterans Recovery Resources, a community-based, non-profit organization that offers professional clinical care and peer-based wellness programs to military service members, veterans, families, caregivers and survivors in southwest Alabama
MOBILE, Ala. (WPMI) — 12 years ago, a fire changed David Griffin’s life forever. He was driving a fire truck when he responded to the scene. Griffin spoke Monday night at the Steeple, telling local firefighters the story. The giant furniture store had no sprinkler system.
Gold Star Spouses Day April 5 was Gold Star Spouses Day, a day we honor surviving loved ones of military members killed in the line of duty. This recognition of the sacrifices made by military spouses is all at once a memorial for the fallen,