Warriors Heart announces New Executive Director Christina Moreno to manage Veteran and First Responder Healing Programs

Warriors Heart announces New Executive Director Christina Moreno to manage Veteran and First Responder Healing Programs

Warriors Heart names Christina Moreno as the new Executive Director to lead their healing programs for “warriors only” (military, veterans, first responders and EMTs/Paramedics) struggling with chemical dependencies, PTSD and other co-occurring issues.

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Warriors Heart Reveals Top Addiction Is Alcohol Abuse

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.

Safe Call Now Partnership with Warriors Heart Announced

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.