Center For Treatment Of Substance Abuse For Veterans
It is too well-known that military veterans come home suffering from a variety of issues. These issues often include PTSD along with other mental health conditions. The trauma they suffer from combat can cause a lot of mental problems to rise.
This leads to military veterans starting to abuse alcohol or drugs as a form of self-medication. It can begin innocently enough but soon get worse. This is because alcohol can “help” soften the symptoms of PTSD. Of course, alcohol abuse comes with its own set of problems.
Military veterans face their own unique set of problems when it comes to substance abuse and their care. This is because they worry about seeming weak or admitting they have a problem. It can often be because the US Department of Veteran Affairs has long wait times for the help that they honestly need right away.
These wait times can make it too late for some veterans.
Our center aims to provide the caring, and compassionate treatment veterans need in the face of their trauma and substance abuse disorders. We intend to fit their needs promptly and well so that they can come back home.
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At the Center for the Treatment of Substance Abuse For Veterans, our mission is quite clear – we want to help those who might otherwise be overlooked. It is all too easy for military veterans to get stuck in the bureaucracy and wait of the VA and end up never getting the treatment that they […]read more
What Is Drug Addiction? Addiction is the repetitive pattern of compulsive behavior of using drugs. This is usually despite the negative consequences to the user’s health or life. There are typically mental issues that go along with this when it comes to veterans, which can make the drug use worse because they are using it […]read more
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