Addiction Recovery

Last updated on March 21st, 2019

Addiction Recovery resources for Reservists, service members, veterans, and their families

Addiction  Veterans and Addiction – a substance abuse support site

Adult and Teen Challenge USA – faith-based facility that helps individuals of all ages overcome life-controlling problems and addictions. Residential recovery program.

Alcohol Rehab

Celebrate Recovery – A Christ-centered 12 step program

Daily Strength  – help for alcoholism

Drug Rehab – Alcohol Addiction Resources

Drug Rehab Guides for Addicted Veterans & their Families

Mental Help (Comprehensive Mental Health and Mental Illness information on topics like Depression, Bipolar, Suicide, Anxiety, Addiction, Schizophrenia, and more.)

Online Alcoholics Anonymous Intergroup

Recovery Village Personalized Addiction Treatment

Rehab Center – There are many treatment options for veterans who are struggling with a drug or alcohol dependency. Among the most common are counseling, medication, and finding comfort in a support group of individuals who share or had similar experiences and obstacles.

Self-Help Recovery Support Groups from NCADD

Smart Recovery

Support Groups for Alcohol Addiction

Women for Sobriety

Wellness Basics Handbook is a resource that contains additional information and suggestions.  Also it is available electronically at the following website:
Wellness Basics Handbook PDF.

Various Good Resources:

American Legion

Army Reserve Family Programs

Armed Services YMCA

Disabled American Veterans

Guard and Reserve Family Support Services

Hampton Roads assistance from Christian charities

My Army Life Too

National Resource Directory

Real Warriors – building resilience, facilitating recovery and supporting reintegration of returning service members, veterans and their families.

United Service Organizations (USO)

Veterans of Foreign Wars

Vets 4 Warriors 855-838-8255, 24/7/365 including holidays and weekends for service members and their families. There is no “press one” or being on hold for an extended period of time. Also an actual veteran will answer the phone call.

Virginia National Guard Family Assistance Centers

Also, Soldiers or military family members can call military one source for addiction recovery help anytime day or night for any issue whatsoever at 800-342-9647 or visit Military One Source.

Addiction Recovery in Christ

Finally, if you know of any good resources, please comment and share them here.

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