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Combat Induced PTSD/Trauma

Combat Induced PTSD and Trauma Program

Our Combat Induced Trauma/Military Sexual Trauma (MST) and Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder programs are designed for service members and Veterans who have been exposed to the challenges and rigors of war-fighting. Military PTSD is treatable. The Military Program provides the gold standard for Combat-PTSD care and treatment beginning with our seasoned nursing and clinical staff. We recognize the importance of providing couples and family counseling as the service member engages in treatment, and we offer information and services to incorporate the family into meaningful recovery. Our program includes treatment for combat operational stress adjustment disorder, depression and co-occurring addictions.

We provide:

  • A secure, comfortable environment
  • Medication initiation and management by a board-certified psychiatrist, as approved by MTF formulary
  • PLC-5 and PHQ-9 and Basis 32 used for treatment planning meetings
  • Cognitive processing therapy (CPT), an evidence-based curriculum
  • Supportive therapy for coping including yoga, tai chi, acupuncture, acupressure gym access, recreation and art therapies
  • The opportunity for supervised physical exercise / training in our gym
  • Education and process groups with evidence-based curriculum
  • Aftercare planning
  • Crisis safety planning

The Military Liaison can be reached 24/7 at 503-413-9779 or toll-free at 877-601-5303 (CONUS/OCONUS) and by email at [email protected].