Warriors Heart treats service members nationwide from our active military and veteran treatment center located in San Antonio, Texas. Our rehabilitation program focuses on treating armed forces members including the Army, Marine Corps, Navy, Air Force, and Coast Guard, as well as law enforcement and firefighters overcome the damage of PTSD, chemical dependency, and addictions.

The damaging effects of combat linger long after discharge from service. A return to civilian life can become complicated by the dark memories of combat, which often result in chemical dependency and mentally deteriorating conditions such as Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and Mild Traumatic Brain Injury (MTBI).

We treat a variety of psychological disorders, substance abuse, and several other addictions you might be undergoing including:

PTSD

PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder) is a condition that often affects active military, veterans, and other members of the armed forces. PTSD carries with it several negative symptoms that affect your wellbeing including flashbacks, recurrent memories, nightmares, and distress which come as a result of exposure to combat, trauma, alcohol abuse, or drug addiction.

While harrowing, it can be overcome with treatment from our team of licensed counselors.

Alcohol Abuse

Alcohol abuse often happens to veterans who are trying to ease the pains of strong events in their life. However, it’s easy to fall into addiction and many become the victims of alcoholism.

Our veteran treatment center program works to find the underlying problem that caused the drinking to begin and address it in a way that helps make the detox treatment more effective.

Depression

Depression symptoms often include feelings of hopelessness, dark thoughts, and despair which take control of your well-being. The joy you once felt is dampened by memories that you wish you could change, and can even result in damaging side effects including self-harm and anxiety. Often the precursor to other damaging addictions, depression can lead to dependence on alcohol and drugs as you seek to calm the negative feelings you’re experiencing.

The team at Warriors Heart knows the hardships many veterans go through in combat and the effects it could have on you. Our treatment facility features a variety of treatment options for those who are currently undergoing depression as a result of chemical dependency and psychological disorders.

Substance Abuse

In order to calm the dread of their experiences in combat, many active military and veterans choose to self-medicate with drugs. These include prescription drugs such as painkillers, as well as illegal drugs like methamphetamine, heroin, and cocaine. This often results in drug addiction and substance abuse which ultimately destroys not only your health but also your life. Addiction is treatable with proper care by our professionals who specialize in substance abuse treatment.

Prescription Drug Addiction

Prescription drug addiction is common among military members due to the high amount of injuries sustained while in the field that require the use of painkillers. Their addictive nature ultimately leads many armed forces members to fall prey to them and often let it destroy their lives.

Prescription drug abuse is common and can continue even after leaving the military, usually followed by symptoms related to PTSD. Don’t let a pill bottle take control. Warriors Heart members know the reality of military life and are ready to work towards helping you.

Cocaine Addiction

Active duty members from the US armed forces are often free from hard drug addictions due to military’s strict drug testing policy. However, upon discharge veterans might begin abusing cocaine in an attempt to dampen the nightmares, trauma, and other negative emotions caused by their experiences.

The effects of cocaine are harsh, but the underlying causes which lead to addiction can be treated. Our veteran treatment center counselors are dedicated to ensuring that you win the battle against cocaine addiction.

Heroin Addiction

Heroin is often used by those suffering from the damage of PTSD since it induces a calming effect. However, the damaging effects of heroin addiction soon show their true colors and ultimately destroy your health and could put your life in danger.

Heroin addiction is often caused by prescription drug abuse. Military members who are unable to satisfy their addiction to prescription drugs due to the need of a prescription may start using heroin instead. Warriors Heart can help treat the underlying causes of addiction to heroin and restore peace from our veteran treatment center in San Antonio, Texas for armed forces members nationwide.

Don’t Fight The Battle Against Addiction Alone

Warriors Heart treats members of the armed forces including the Army, Marine Corps, Navy, Air Force, and Coast Guard as well as police and firefighters so that they can overcome the damaging effects of PTSD, chemical dependency, and addictions. Located in San Antonio Texas, we serve Warriors across the United States.

Contact us today and win the war on addiction.
(844) 448-2567