“Veteran suicide has got to stop,” explained Chris Montgomery. “I have joined Veterans Recovery Resources because I want to do anything that I can to help prevent further tragedies from happening to guys like me who have served our country.” Chris is a retired Corporal in the U.S. Marines with almost six years of service, […]
“Addiction is a treatable disease,” said Jim Ware, Clinical Advisor to Veterans Recovery Resources and owner of Recovery Resources in Daphne, AL. “Understanding how the brain is impacted by substances is a health issue and one that is absolutely treatable.”
Lloyd Michael Austin was a Sergeant in the U.S. Army and a veteran of Desert Shield / Storm. Now a local small business owner with a huge heart for volunteering in the community, he has joined the Veterans Recovery Resources team to continue to give back.
On Veteran’s Day weekend, John Kilpatrick was invited to speak at Faith Baptist Church in Mobile, Alabama at a service to honor all of those who have served us so well. The invitation came from Dr. Reginald Eggleston, a buddy of John’s from Officer Candidate School (OCS).
A study commissioned by the Military Officers Association of America (MOAA) and the United Health Foundation, determined that there is a preparedness gap as it relates to community-based mental health providers being able to take care of the special needs of military veterans and their families. Veterans Recovery Resources is poised to bridge the gap.
“When a service man or woman puts his or her hand up and says ‘I need help,” they need it right then. Not in six months, not in eight months,” said John F. Kilpatrick, Founder of Veterans Recovery Resources at the Rotary Club of Mobile. “That is why we are losing so many veterans.”
The Community Foundation of South Alabama has recently completed its Southwest Alabama Veterans Needs Assessment and anticipates the results from the assessment will be released in early January 2017. In the meantime, you can learn about the veteran data that is currently available. The dashboards provide demographic snapshots on our veteran community in Southwest Alabama […]
Deployment to Iraq or Afghanistan increases the risk for death by suicide among current and former US military personnel, new research shows.
Veterans Recovery Resources is different. It is a community-based program designed specifically for Veterans, by Veterans. The goal? To provide therapy and treatment options for Veterans in crisis, regardless of their ability to pay for services. And ultimately, to foster a vibrant community of Veterans–and their families–who support each other over a lifetime. By removing the […]
Veterans Recovery Resources purchased two buildings located on a three-acre parcel in the medical corridor on Springhill Avenue in Mobile, Alabama. These buildings will serve as the permanent campus for the non-profit’s unique recovery program for military Veterans and their families suffering from substance abuse, post-traumatic stress and other mental health issues. Using a grant […]