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Substance Abuse

Military Substance Abuse and Co-occurring Program

The Military Substance Abuse and co-occurring disorders program treats military personnel, adult family members and Veterans who are dealing with dependence or addiction. Utilizing the 12-step model, Hazelden’s evidence-based Living in Balance curriculum and cognitive behavioral therapy, the patient is guaranteed to receive holistic care to get them back to a more functional life.

A multidisciplinary treatment team, which can include faith-based assistance, aids in the completion of step work.

Our program offers:

  • A welcoming, comfortable environment for detox and rehab
  • Evaluation by a board-certified psychiatrist with ongoing interviews
  • Medication initiation and assessment
  • group therapy classes on acceptance and commitment therapy, identifying triggers, relapse
    prevention, managing cravings, addiction cycle education and an introduction to sober living activities
  • Faith based group therapy with a Chaplain
  • Introduction to the 12-step program, a proven model for sobriety with work up to step five
  • AA/NA meetings and how to identify and select an appropriate AA/NA sponsor
  • Supportive therapy opportunities to aid in coping such as acupuncture, acupressure, yoga, tai chi, gym access, recreation and art therapy
  • Complete relapse prevention plan
  • Discharge and aftercare planning in collaboration with your base commanders and medical providers

If you know a service member, family members, or veteran in need of substance use treatment, our military admissions coordinator is available to provide guidance and assistance at 503-535-7299. The Military Liaison can be reached 24/7 at 503-535-7299 or toll-free at 877-601-5303 and by email at [email protected].