Sharing Best Practices on Caring for Veterans and First Responders

Clinicians and community members discussed caring for veterans and first responders suffering from post-traumatic stress, traumatic brain injury, and substance use disorders.

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“From the Frontlines Through Recovery” Serving Those Who Have Served

Experts in the field of addiction, post-traumatic stress disorder, and traumatic brain injury come together to discuss how to better serve military members, veterans, and first responders.

Army Substance Abuse Programs Need Healing

The Army’s Substance Abuse and Treatment Programs are in disarray, says a new USA Today investigation. With lives at stake, military leaders need to do more for personnel, who often suffer not only addiction, but co-occurring disorders like PTSD.

Honoring our Veterans in Need

Phoenix House Rhode Island opens Honor House, a permanent living facility for U.S. veterans in recovery.

Man’s Best Friend Helping Veterans in Outpatient Group Counseling

Dogs and humans join forces at the Phoenix Houses of the Mid-Atlantic Counseling Center (PHCC) in Arlington,VA to take a bite out of the threat of addiction. A new and exciting collaboration with Veterans Moving Forward (VMF) started