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.
Fresh Thyme Farmers Market is helping raise awareness for our veterans and first responders during National Recovery Month. At this 3rd Annual Fundraiser Golf Classic set to take place on September 20, 2017, Warriors Heart and Mission 22 will both be presented with donation checks.
Annette Hill, our clinical director, recently uncovered 5 simple ways that civilians can express their thanks “with sincerity and some humility” to warriors who provide their service for our safety.
Warriors Heart proudly announces that we are now a certified TRICARE® provider.
We are grateful to be a TRICARE provider and look forward to providing healing for our frontline heroes.
Warriors Heart recently unveiled their New Year’s Resolution Sobriety Plan to help those who have served our country stay on track with their behavioral goals for 2017.
Warriors Heart Co-founder and former Special Forces Tom Spooner urges President-Elect Trump to prioritize mental health care in his 10 Point Plan to Reform the Department of Veteran Affairs.
Warriors Heart is honored to receive a Behavioral Health Care Accreditation from the Joint Commission. Since Warriors Heart opened in April, we have been able to serve many first responders in need of private, peer-to-peer, and personalized care for the addiction and depression that controlled their lives.
Warriors Heart is hosting a Grand Opening on Saturday, October 15th. The facility, which has been open since April, has already benefited many Warriors who have chosen to seek assistance.
Safe Call Now is a 24-hour crisis referral service created to prevent police and first responders from feeling alone during a crisis. For first responders nationwide, Safe Call Now provides assistance and referral to programs where treatment and healing can take place. Warriors Heart has created a partnership with Safe Call Now in order to provide support and assistance to warriors from across the country.
As of April 6th, Warriors Heart has officially opened its doors to millions of warriors in need of healing. Our dedicated team has been working hard at providing a fully inclusive environment for warriors in many walks of life to recover from various physical and mental ailments as well as substance addictions. We have been licensed by the state of Texas to run the first private residential treatment program in the US for Warriors Only in Bandera, Texas.
We’ve also been featured in the Bandera Bulletin!