At True Self Recovery, our goal is to help every Veteran that walks through our doors find lasting recovery. Many of us are in recovery ourselves and understand the courage that it takes to reach out. Whether you need help with a medical detox, residential treatment, or continued care, our compassionate staff is available to help around the clock.
What We Treat
We specialize in alcohol and drug rehab for Veterans and all individuals, offering a variety of services based on your unique needs. According to SAMHSA, the most common substance of abuse among veterans is alcohol, followed by heroin and cocaine. We are here to help veterans and civilians alike to get the help they need to lead a clean and sober life.
We Also Help With
When it comes to rehab for veterans, we offer several different programs to help with recovery. Inpatient treatment is often the first step in recovery, as it provides around-the-clock medical care and support in a safe environment away from negative influences.
This type of intensive program typically lasts anywhere between 28 days to three months, depending on the veteran’s individual needs. After successful completion of inpatient treatment, some veterans may opt for outpatient therapy as their long-term plan for staying sober and healthy.
Outpatient treatment usually involves weekly or bi-weekly visits with a counselor or therapist and allows veterans to maintain their current roles and responsibilities while still receiving therapeutic support.
What We Offer
We understand and appreciate that our Veterans have often struggled with different issues than civilians. Because of this, we offer a specific Veterans Track which can include additional specialty Trauma Therapy for help with PTSD. We also coordinate with the VA on your behalf if needed.
Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) therapy is an extensively researched, effective psychotherapy method proven to help people recover from trauma and other distressing life experiences, including PTSD, anxiety, depression, and panic disorders.
Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) is a family of theories intended to address clinical problems of a mental health nature by examining the relationship between components such as thoughts, emotions, behaviors, and physiological reactions with an emphasis on how these interactions are organized as well as how they change over time. It is informed by psychoanalysis and behavioral psychology, and shares concepts and practices with mindfulness-based approaches and cognitive behavioral therapy.
Our Inpatient Medical Detox program helps clients who are struggling with alcohol or substances daily. The goal is to safely remove the alcohol and/or substances from the body. We do offer medications to assist with this when appropriate. Each client meets with our doctor upon arrival. We have 24/7 medical staff onsite and TVs in every bedroom. We are 100% voluntary and we’ve built our detox program to be as safe and as comfortable as possible. A typical stay in Detox ranges from 7-14 days.
Inpatient Residential follows detox. This is when we start working on ourselves and begin to learn new coping skills. Each treatment plan is individualized for each person. Each client works with a counselor, our doctor, and our clinical team. An individualized treatment plan can include help with addiction, depression, PTSD, and work with the family. It’s based on each client’s needs. A typical stay at Residential can vary between 7-21 days, depending on what the treatment plan looks like.
To simplify this, Residential treatment focuses on how we got here, which things we need to work on, and developing a unique and actionable plan for each client. Outpatient in combination with a supportive housing component is more forward-looking. We will continue with clinical services while also reintegrating back into normal life.
Outpatient rehab for veterans can include help with job/school, adventure therapy, attending outside meetings, and really a focus on building a foundation and practicing a healthy routine while maintaining a high level of support and accountability. Outpatient can range from 30 – 90 days, depending on each individual’s needs and goals.
Dr. Daidone, Medical Director at True Self Recovery, holds double Board Certification in both Internal Medicine and Addictionology. He has received the Compassionate Doctor of the Year award for five years in a row and has a sincere desire to help those with substance abuse disorders.
Our program offers a very high level of clinical services in a comfortable home-like setting. During intake, we will formulate a customized treatment plan based on your needs. There are many components and options available. Give us a call! We’d love to better understand your situation and explain how we can best help.
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