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Helping Veterans Face Addiction

Jackson House is proud to offer addiction treatment services to the men and women who have served our country. One in 15 veterans struggles with a substance use disorder according to the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. This can include drugs, alcohol and prescription drugs when not used as prescribed. While the reason for substance use can vary, many veterans report using drugs or alcohol to cope with mental health issues or to forget trauma they may have faced in their lives. Without treatment, substance use can spiral out of control.

Fortunately, the Jackson House team is here to help. We help veterans face their substance use disorders and provide them with the treatment, tools and support they need to break the cycle of addiction and find joy in sobriety.

Jackson House is proud to be an in-network addiction treatment provider for TriWest in collaboration with the Veterans Administration.

What Does Our Care Look Like

Many veterans find it difficult to stop using drugs or alcohol on their own. Sadly, the number of veterans coping with these issues seems to be growing. Today, the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs estimates one in 10 veterans treated at the VA after returning from Iraq or Afghanistan face problems with alcohol or drugs. Our team is here to help veterans face their substance use disorders.

Our caring team helps our clients safely detox and start the recovery process. We place community at the center of the recovery, so from the moment you walk in our doors to the time you leave, you will work alongside your peers and support one another on your journey. We hope the bonds you form at Jackson House will help you live a life free of drugs and alcohol long after you leave.

Jackson House Addiction Treatment and Recovery Center uses evidence-based therapies to help veterans manage their substance use disorders. Treatment plans are as unique as each individual in our care. We customize our program for each client in order to help them achieve the best outcomes possible.

You can learn more about our treatment philosophy and what sets us apart on our treatment page.

Take the Next Step

Sadly, many veterans struggling with substance use disorders never reach out for help. Asking for help and admitting you have a problem can be scary – and it is often the most difficult part of seeking treatment. Whenever you decide it is time to seek support, our team is standing by.

If you are interested in learning more about how Jackson House can help you or your loved one address their substance use issues, please give us a call or reach out below. Once you reach out, a team member will be in touch very shortly. We will help answer your questions about treatment and verify your health insurance or medical benefits. We do our best to make the process as easy as possible.

If you or someone you love is struggling with addiction

We are here to help

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