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- Warriors Heart is an addiction and PTSD treatment center for active military, veterans, and first responders. Contact us today at (844) 448-2567.

Who’s the biggest foe: COVID or Addiction?

COVID-19 with the “Delta” variant, along with the newest variant “Omicron,” has inflicted devastation on public health around the world; disrupting all aspects of life globally. As the unknown future of this ever-mutating virus continues, a largely unmasked nation walks the line of a “new normal;” celebrating the return to near-ordinary life with children returning…

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Warriors Heart is an addiction and PTSD treatment center for active military, veterans, and first responders. Contact us today at (844) 448-2567.

Medication Assisted Treatment For Opioid Addiction: A New Perspective

When Americans are asked to recognize U.S. service members, law enforcement and first responders, the feelings of reverence honoring those men and women are of unity and appreciation. The recognition that these heroes sacrifice their safeties in daily battles is generally met with gratitude and celebration. But these heroes are fighting even after their life…

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Strength in Support: How Law Enforcement Officers Face Addiction and PTSD

Strength in Support: How Law Enforcement Officers Face Addiction and PTSD

Law enforcement officers, and other members of the first responder community, have a mission to protect and serve the lives of those who are placed in harm’s way. The immeasurable pressure to remain composed and diplomatic in moments of extreme stress can be too difficult for the average person to bear. Law enforcement is a…

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Warriors Heart is an addiction and PTSD treatment center for active military, veterans, and first responders. Contact us today at (844) 448-2567.

Caring for Our Caregivers during Isolation

Working within high stress environments is familiar for first responders, law enforcement, emergency room and intensive care staff. Frontline workers have been trained to maintain a level of composure while performing complicated procedures like gunshot wounds, heart attacks, and patients coding. The COVID-19 pandemic introduced a new challenge to this group of professionals; a chronic…

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Jiu-jitsu Is More Than What It Appears

Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu developed from the work of two brothers named Carlos and Helio Gracie who learned the techniques from a Japanese man named Mitsuyo Maeda who migrated to Brazil around 1917. Jiu-jitsu is not what it appears. When people learn that I study Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, a common response I get is, “Oh you do MMA.”  They think of me as a fighter in a cage or ring. This is a narrow perception of…

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STAYING AFLOAT IN A SEA OF UNCERTAINTY

By Dr. Rick Boone Clinical Director, Warriors Heart As the constantly-evolving news of the Covid-19 pandemic sweeps across the nation and covers our world with apprehension and conflicting points of view, we at Warriors Heart are taking a thoughtful, balanced approach in an effort to protect ourselves and our clients from careless exposure to illness…

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Through Their Eyes

My Why

Justin Young - Warriors Heart - Addiction and PTSD

My Why: Justin Young

Justin Young Admission Advocate Originally from Denver, Colorado, and raised in the eastern part of the state, Justin brings a diverse background in Fire/EMS and corrections to our team. In his spare time, Justin enjoys medieval reenactment with full-contact combat, playing video games, and spending quality time with friends and family. He is deeply committed…

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My Why: Darienne Peters

Darienne Peters Client Relations Darienne was born in Charleston, West Virginia. She graduated from Capital High School, where she found a love for the theatre and the performing arts, which has transformed her into the fun loving, silly, bubbly person that she is today. She lived in Charleston for 18 years before moving to Fairmont,…

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Bob Schawrtz - Warriors Heart is an addiction and PTSD treatment center for active military, veterans, and first responders. Contact us today at (844) 448-2567.

My Why: Bob Schwartz

Bob Schwartz Transportation Bob was born and raised here in Virginia in the Richmond area. He is a retired LEO with 45 years of service in the profession. He is married to Mary, his wife of 43 years. They have three children, six grandchildren, and four great grandchildren. Bob and his family live here in…

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Leslie Ramirez - Warriors Heart - Addiction and PTSD treatment center for active military, veterans, and first responders.

My Why: Leslie Ramirez

Leslie Ramirez LCDC-Intern Leslie was born in southern California, but has lived in Texas majority of her life and calls Texas home. Leslie earned her AA from Northwest Vista, BA in Psychology with a minor in Anthropology from the University of Texas-San Antonio, and is currently a graduate student at Texas A&M-San Antonio. Leslie is…

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My Why: Leslie Davis

Leslie Davis RN Leslie Davis is a Registered Nurse that recently moved to Bandera from Bay City, TX with her husband, Glen. They have 4 children ranging in age from 18 to 23. Her husband, Glen, is a law enforcement officer within the community. Leslie was raised on a farm and ranch in Lane City,…

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My Why: Paula Tisdale

Paula Tisdale Dual Clinician Paula was born and raised in a small country town called Trio, South Carolina to beautiful parents that were the best fit for what God wanted for her life. Paula comes from a close-knit family, and she takes pride in being the mother of two daughters and one son-in-law that she…

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Warriors heart - Alicia Davis

My Why: Alicia Davis

Alicia Davis RN Alicia Davis was born in Montgomery Al. Her dad was active duty air force and early in life she moved around to a few different cities. At 10 years old she moved back to Montgomery. While living in Montgomery,  she met and married her wonderful husband Jason, who is active duty air…

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Warriors Heart - Danielle Miller

My Why: Danielle Miller

Danielle Miller Housekeeper Danielle Miller grew up on the southside of San Antonio, Texas. She was originally planning on joining the airforce but sustained a physical injury that made that goal impossible. After a failed attempt at college Danielle found herself in the heavy equipment industry where she had a very successful 30 year career. After…

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