Veterans Drug Rehab
Addiction and Rehab for Veterans
Rehab for veterans requires a specialized approach. Our veteran-led center in Denver possesses the expertise and experience to help you regain your footing. As a nation, we are indebted to our military service members and their families for the sacrifices they make to protect our freedom. Regrettably, the patriotism and dedication of these courageous men and women can lead to mental and physical wounds, with addiction being a common consequence. If you are a veteran seeking sobriety, improved health, and a renewed sense of purpose, Tree House Recovery in Denver is a top tier local option.
TREE HOUSE Commitment the Vets
At Tree House, we recognize the severe toll addiction can take on a person’s life, leaving them feeling mentally, physically, and emotionally shattered. Our team is committed to assisting veterans in regaining control and rediscovering their true selves. As a veteran-led program, Tree House has a decade of experience supporting military members. We are privileged to aid veterans in overcoming addiction.
Veterans Drug Rehab in Denver
At Tree House Recovery Denver, we provide outpatient substance use disorder (SUD) treatment to veterans in Denver. Our aim is to support veterans struggling with substance abuse in attaining optimal health and wellness through effective treatment. Our program emphasizes strengthening sobriety, enhancing the quality of life, and fostering long-term healthy lifestyles. We believe community, trauma therapy, education, and a healthy lifestyle are essential to recovery. Our evidence-based program, customized treatment, coping strategies, and relapse prevention tools will empower you to conquer addiction. Reach out to us today for a confidential assessment.
Vets Addiction Program Resources
- Intensive Outpatient Program
- Outpatient Rehabilitation
- SUD Fitness Therapy
- Individual and Group Therapy
- Family Therapy
- After Care
- Detox Coordination
- Coordinating Medication Management Referrals
PTSD Stats and Veterans
Veterans’ stress related to service, deployment, combat trauma, and PTSD is prevalent (1). Experiencing trauma may increase a person’s risk for suicide (2). In 2014, veterans constituted over 20 percent of all suicides in our nation, averaging nearly 20 veterans committing suicide daily (3). Furthermore, veterans with PTSD are more likely than others to have a drug and alcohol misuse problem (4). Veterans often use drugs or alcohol to try to cope with their PTSD symptoms instead of seeking therapy. The good news is that PTSD and addiction can be successfully treated together simultaneously. Effective evidence-based treatment practices are the most successful for addressing these co-occurring disorders. If you or someone close to you is struggling with SUD and PTSD, know that no one has to face it alone. Help is available. Tree House Recovery Denver will assist you in creating and implementing a game plan that works. Contact us for a confidential assessment. We can and will help.
Alcohol and Drug Stats in Veterans
The stress of civilian life after a career in the military increases the chances of substance use disorder (SUD) for veterans. The most common type of SUD among veterans is alcohol. The National Institute on Drug Abuse reported (1) that 65% of veterans who enter treatment claim alcohol as their substance of choice. That is nearly double that of the general population. SUD for alcohol takes many forms. For example, binge drinking is when someone has multiple drinks in a short time (4-5 plus drinks or more, 1-2 hours). Veterans who have experienced combat violence, injuries, and the traumas of service are at risk for developing substance use disorders to various substances in an effort to cope. Fortunately, effective SUD treatment is available. To learn more about Veterans Rehab options in Denver, call Tree House Recovery Denver today for a confidential assessment.
EVIDENCE-BASED TREATMENT FOR VETERANS
Are you prepared to confront this challenge with determination? THR is here to support you, providing a personalized treatment plan customized to your specific needs. Our treatment team, comprised of experts in trauma and Substance Use Disorders, will utilize proven methods to address your struggles and help you regain control of your life. Your resilience as a veteran is already evident. Our approach will further reinforce your strength, using evidence-based practices. Together, we will embrace a Mind-Body & Team approach to optimize your mental, physical, and social fitness. Are you ready to reclaim your life? Call us to learn more.
Our approach integrates the best available research, using evidence-based methods that work.
OFF-POST TREATMENT PROGRAMS
Tree House Recovery assists veterans at private, off-post locations across the U.S. THR Denver is situated away from the VA and other Veterans’ service organizations. For support with SUD and PTSD, our Denver location offers Veteran-specific services designed to help you regain control of your life. Our clinicians utilize a holistic, evidence-based approach that has been proven effective for veterans struggling with SUD. If you need assistance with addiction and PTSD, contact us today at: (720) 640-0202.
TREE HOUSE’S 90 DAY REHAB PROGRAM
Tree House offers a 6-month off-base and off-site outpatient SUD program in Denver, Colorado. Tree House Recovery Denver might be the perfect solution for veterans seeking camaraderie and a sense of security among fellow service members. We keep motivated, engaged, and actively participating in team-training exercises. We have tailored our therapeutic approaches to address the unique challenges veterans face with addiction while fostering new bonds and developing the skills needed for successful reintegration into civilian life.
Our structured program empowers you to cope effectively with trauma, maintain a balanced mental state, and build a lasting peer support network among fellow veterans. You will gain a deeper understanding of the root causes of your addiction and PTSD, while developing customized relapse prevention tools that work for you. Most importantly, you will seamlessly incorporate these skills into your daily life as you learn and master them—all with the support of your fellow service members and the Denver team.
- Transition from detox/residential care, providing structure, accountability, and community.
- Pause life, focus on personal growth.
- Practice life skills with treatment team support. Gain more autonomy in the real world.
- Department of Veterans Affairs, Veterans Health Administration, Office of Mental Health and Suicide Prevention. (2018). Veteran suicide data report, 2005–2016. Retrieved from https://www.mentalhealth.va.gov/docs/data-sheets/2020/2020-National-Veteran-Suicide-Prevention-Annual-Report-11-2020-508.pdf
- https://www.ptsd.va.gov/u2020 National Veteran Suicide Prevention Annual Reportnderstand/related/suicide_ptsd.asp