Military Addiction Treatment Program
At New Choices Treatment Centers, we are proud to serve the families that served our country. We recognize that service members don’t serve alone. There are currently more than 1,700,000 family members serving alongside their Active-Duty service member. Of these, approximately 640,000 are spouses and over 1,000,000 are children. Whether you are an active-duty service member, veteran, or family member who is suffering from alcohol or drug addiction, we will be proud to serve you.
For our active duty service members and veterans, New Choices Treatment Centers offers a specialty treatment track that places heavy emphasis on the treatment of trauma as well as addiction.
Many of our service members have encountered severely traumatic experiences and can find it difficult trying to reintegrate back into civilian life. Often, this past trauma can manifest itself in a variety of destructive ways. Whether anxiety, depression, addiction, or other mental health challenges, we are prepared to help.
Our specialty treatment track for service members provides specialized care tailored to the unique needs of this population. Our specialty track utilizes these tools:
- EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing) therapy
- Somatic Experiencing Therapy
- Rapid Resolution Therapy
- Kinetic Recovery
- Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
- Dialectical Behavioral Therapy
At New Choices Treatment Centers, we offer an innovative, whole person, approach to helping our guest heal their mind, body, and spirit. We have created our community and treatment approach with intention and care.
We proudly offer services to current and former members of our military and their families. Additionally, we have reserved a free bed for any member of a Gold Star family. If you are the immediate family member of a fallen service member, please let our representative know this when you speak to them and you will receive our services free of charge. This is our small way of showing our appreciation for your tremendous sacrifice.