Our nation’s veterans remain one of the most in-need and most underserved communities when it comes to addiction and mental health. Despite all of the funding, screenings, and government...Continue Reading
Substance abuse in the military is a real and growing problem, both for active duty service members and our vets. If you are or need help for a veteran struggling with addiction, read on to...Continue Reading
Since the Civil War, the American government has been dedicated to assisting its veterans. In reality, that’s been done with varying degrees of success over time. If you are a veteran...Continue Reading
Diagnosing addiction in veterans is not as simple as taking a blood test or having your nose swabbed. Substance use disorder is a layered, complex disease of the brain that can be...Continue Reading
America’s service members carry the weight of a nation on their shoulders. For many, that burden only increases after discharge, when the transition back to civilian life poses new and...Continue Reading
The VA can be an incredible resource for veterans in need of all kinds of support. But does the VA pay for addiction treatment? Learn more about what you can expect when you decide to ask...Continue Reading
Substance abuse is an all-too-common problem among our nation’s vets, but both the federal government and private companies have done a lot to address the issue. In recent years, the...Continue Reading
The friends and family of America’s vets understand all too well what it feels like to be consumed with worry and fear for your loved one. When addiction is the foe your vet is facing, it’s even more painful. Addiction is a cunning, baffling, and powerful adversary. Luckily, no one has to face addiction alone – and that includes military families and the loved ones of vets.
Helping a veteran find freedom from addiction is possible for anyone, and it may be even easier than you think.