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bill whitley - 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: Bill Whitley

I have circled military personnel & law enforcement all my life. I’m grateful for both their sacrifice & commitment. Seemingly regardless of cost. When I first heard of Warrior’s Heart, a few years ago, I was intrigued. The longer I thought about it, the more I felt as if this was where God wanted me.…

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Danyalle - 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: Danyelle Keyes

Danyelle Keyes Clinical Assistant Danyelle Keyes grew up in the High Desert of Southern California. Upon graduating from high school in Apple Valley, she departed for the U.S. Navy and served 6 honorable years as an Informations Systems Technician. Danyelle was stationed on the USS Carl Vinson and deployed between 2014 to 2015 on the…

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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.

My Why: Scott Kelly

Scott Kelly Program Director Scott was born in Texas, grew up in Bandera, and attended Bandera High School, the University of Texas and Texas State. Scott spent 20 years in Law Enforcement as a City Police Officer (Corpus Christi), State Police Officer (TPWD), and Federal Agent (USSS). He also trained as a Medic at Ft.…

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Monica - 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: Monica Condit

Monica Condit Med Tech Monica Condit was born in Kingsville, Texas, but was raised in San Antonio, TX. She currently resides with her husband in Fair Oaks Ranch and has two amazing children, Shelby and Jett. Since her husband is a pilot, she enjoys flying with her family, fishing, snow skiing, and reading. She started…

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Meet the team - 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: Denise Greenwood

Denise Greenwood Clinical Director / LCSW-S Denise Greenwood was born in Tomball, Texas a small suburb of Houston. She lived in Houston until 4th grade at which time she moved to Magnolia, Texas until graduating from Magnolia High School. Denise began her working career immediately after graduating from high school. She had a long corporate…

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Meet The Team - 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: Alicia Scott

After finally overcoming my own battles with alcoholism and addiction, I have always found myself drawn to the fighters – those precious souls that keep getting back up no matter how many times they fall down. So, it would be really easy to say that this is my “Why?”, but it’s not. My great grandfather…

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Emily Morales - 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: Emily Morales

Emily Morales Med Tech Emily Morales was born in Evansville, Indiana, and moved to San Antonio, Texas at the age of 2. She is currently finishing up the core curriculum and plans to transfer to a nursing program to receive her Bachelor’s in Nursing. Emily is the proud daughter of a U.S. Navy veteran and…

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Meet The Team - 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: Kevin Jones

Kevin Jones LPC Kevin is the son of a soldier in the British Army. Routine and a sense of duty were what kept my family together. His early life was spent in the UK, Germany, and the Far East. After many careers including Hotel Management, waiting on table, cooking, and being a librarian Kevin immigrated…

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