Warriors Heart Lakeside Training Rehab Program for Active Military, Veterans and First Responders

Warriors Heart is now providing our active military, veterans and first responders with a next-phase for healing when struggling with alcoholism, addiction, PTSD and co-occurring issues.

Strength Through Healing

Warriors Heart Lakeside Extended Treatment and Training Program

As the first and ONLY private and accredited treatment and training program in the United States that is exclusively for our frontline protectors, Warriors Heart’s new multi-level options offer a more comprehensive healing program for warriors struggling with drug and alcohol addiction, PTS (post-traumatic stress), mild TBI (traumatic brain injury) and co-occurring issues.

Warriors Heart offers a Full Continuum of Care, which includes: Detox, Day Treatment, Residential Treatment and Training Programs (Level I), Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP), Sober Living (60-day minimum), Aftercare – and now the new Lakeside Extended Recovery Program (Level II). Warriors who decide to extend treatment past the Level I 42 days will go into Lakeside training or a Warrior can sign up for both Level I and Level II training upfront.

Based on 2000+ warriors enrolling in the Warriors Heart Level I Treatment and Training Program and feedback over the past five years, the team is launching this new Level II extension to better serve and transition our frontline protectors to real life after treatment. This new program is located on their 543-acre ranch in the Texas Hill Country just outside San Antonio. New “home-like retreat” style buildings have been built for this new secure setting with private rooms that feel like the “opposite of a hospital”.

“Addiction did not happen overnight, and neither will the recovery and healing.” – Josh Lannon, CEO/Co-Founder of Warriors Heart

Why are we launching this Extended Program?

Warriors Heart CEO/Co-Founder Josh Lannon explained, “Addiction did not happen overnight, and neither will the recovery and healing. Many short-term programs do a good job of opening the wounds up, but do not have the time required to clean and heal them. Healing the body, mind and spirit takes a stable environment, routine, and consistency.

This new extended program provides our warriors with more to come home whole again.”

First-hand Experience Treatment Programs

Former Special Forces and Warriors Heart Co-Founder Tom Spooner (U.S. Army veteran with 21 years of service, 1990-2011) played an integral role in developing these healing programs based on his first-hand experience. Spooner emphasizes, “We are dedicated to reducing the alarming number of veteran and first responder suicides by providing our protectors with a secure place to heal with their peers. This extended program enables us to assist in rebuilding the lives of more warriors so they are more confident in real life.”

How does Warriors Heart Level Lakeside Extended Treatment and Training Program assist in our Warrior’s Recovery?

(After 42 days of Level I) – Our program will assist Level I clients strengthen and rebuild their lives with enhanced tools. Warriors Heart’s Extended treatment is an optional next phase to stay for “up to” an additional 60 days in a secure environment. The new program can help our warriors be more confident with their transition back into life.

The Warriors Heart Extended Recovery Program includes:

  • Healing the body, mind and spirt in a stable environment and routine with consistency
  • Better transition to real life by practicing tools learned in Level I
  • Family Programming and Workshops with loved ones and professional support
  • Advanced Training of Life Skills Tools
  • Groups and Individual Sessions
  • Better Define your Personal Mission in Life and Next Steps (Mission: My Life)
  • Support for External Appointments
  • Supportive and Secured Environment
  • Private Rooms
  • Brain Treatment using MeRT (Magnetic e Resonance Therapy)
  • Holistic Healing Electives

After completing our programs, Warriors Heart clients will have the option of the Sober Living Program (60-day minimum) and IOP at the Warriors Heart Lodge in Bandera, Texas.

We are grateful to our warriors, dedicated team and the community for supporting our expanded program – Lisa Lannon, Warriors Heart Co-Founder

Warriors Heart Co-Founder Lisa Lannon expressed heartfelt thanks; “We are grateful to our warriors, dedicated team and the community for supporting our expanded program. Thank you for being part of the solution to heal our military, veterans and first responders when they need us most, just as they were always there when we needed them.”


Heal With Dignity

Warriors Heart Treatment Center is committed to your privacy. We understand the difficulties one faces in opening up to the challenges experienced on a daily basis and the need for substance abuse treatment that might incur.

You and your loved ones will be among their peers and with qualified team members to support your healing process. When challenges are so deeply personal, we want you to know we are committed to providing you and your loved ones with a safe place to heal with dignity and respect. Your conversations are held in total confidence.

We found that some of our clients choose not to let their employer know of their admission to treatment. Only with your expressed permission will Warriors Heart confirm your stay with us.

Heal With Courage

It takes extraordinary Courage to take the first step to reach out in order to look within.

You have started your journey of healing just by visiting and reading through our website. During your time at Warriors Heart you will learn more about your truest self and you will do so with the utmost respect and privacy, allowing you to rebuild your confidence at your own pace.

All medical records are protected by HIPAA Law – the federal Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act. It protects your information in medical records, conversations, insurance companies and other health information. For more information regarding HIPAA click here.

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