Active-Duty Military Service Members

Nearly one in four active-duty service members shows signs of a mental health condition, according to the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI). We are committed to supporting the men and women of our nation’s military who are seeking recovery from substance abuse and mental health issues. Comprehensive care plans support the unique needs of each patient, and dedicated treatment units are available. Addressed are military-specific mental health issues such as PTSD, substance abuse, depression, and anxiety disorders.

If you’re seeking treatment for an active-duty service member, contact us at 844-330-6600.


Frequently, decisions made during deployment have lifelong consequences. Many veterans have expressed a desire to be the person they were before they experienced trauma, and they often try to suppress or avoid memories of the trauma they have lived through. However, for some, trauma symptoms can become so problematic that they result in family discord, divorce, social dysfunction, significant substance use, employment difficulty, physical health difficulties, legal problems and more.

If you’re a veteran seeking treatment, please view our locations for facility contact information.

First Responders

For first responders, including firefighters, police officers, EMTs and more, maintaining optimum mental wellness is a critical part of remaining active and effective on the job as well as at home. Constant exposure to trauma, life-threatening situations and the physical strain of working long hours on little to no sleep can negatively affect overall mental health, increasing the vulnerability and risk of substance abuse and addiction. Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, depression and suicidal thoughts and behaviors among first responders are also common and believed to be triggered or worsened by repeat exposure to trauma, including physical abuse, death among the people they serve and loss of loved ones.

If you’re a first responder seeking treatment, please view our locations for facility contact information.

High-Risk Frontline Professionals

The term “high-risk frontline healthcare workers” includes a broad range of occupations that repeatedly expose workers to stressful or traumatic situations. Our frontline healthcare workers may regularly encounter challenging people, events and working conditions. Under these circumstances, frontline workers may experience job-related mental health, addiction, and trauma issues for which treatment in the Help for Heroes program is appropriate. 

If you’re a frontline professional seeking treatment, please view our locations for facility contact information.