Learn more about the dangers of alcohol detoxing at home and why you should go to an alcohol detox center for your treatment.
Warriors Heart is a private healing center that provides active military, law enforcement, firefighters, EMS, and other first responders with the treatments they need to fight against chemical dependencies and PTSD. Learn more about us in the words of one brave warrior who has gone through our program.
Warriors Heart’s Clinical Team announces the number 1 addiction challenge faced by their private residential treatment program clients for “warriors” is alcohol abuse. With 84% of Warriors Heart clients (military, veterans, law enforcement, firefighters, and first responders) having alcohol as their primary issue, and opioids as a strong second, the clinical team specializes in healing warriors who use chemical dependencies as a coping mechanism.
The Bandera Bulletin covered our recent Warriors Heart Trial Run presented by Uber CrossFit, Through the Storm Outfitters, and the Warriors Heart Foundation. The event included a 5K run through the undeveloped acreage on the facility and also included a one mile kids run, vendors, equipment and athletic raffle, food trucks, and the local band Kattl performing.
Addiction to drugs and alcohol and post-traumatic stress disorder are issues that nobody should have to go through alone. If your spouse is struggling with addiction, PTSD, or both, here are some things you can do to support them as they recover.
Warriors Heart was recently honored by being presented a donation from Fresh Thyme Farmer’s Market during their 3rd Annual Golf Classic. Here are some highlights from the event.
For Veterans Day, AZ Daily Mix host Catherine Anaya interviews Jason Pistillo, President of the University of Advancing Technology (UAT). They’ve partnered with Warriors Heart to provide technical skills training to veterans and first responders who graduate from the Warriors Heart addiction and PTSD treatment program.
Jason describes UAT as a “Julliard for tech” and provides their alumni with admission and financial support to help rebuild their lives.
For more information about the Warriors Heart Veteran Scholarship please visit UAT.edu.
For some people continuing with their addiction recovery, the holidays can be a difficult time due to the amount of parties and alcohol involved. But, with a bit of preparation it can be easy to overcome the problems and keep your sobriety intact during this time.