After completing his first tour in Iraq, retired Army Sgt. Vernard Hines realized he had post-traumatic stress disorder, or PTSD, but “seeking help or talking about it wasn’t an option—it wasn’t as highly accepted as it is now,” he tells Safe Harbor Recovery Center....
Scientists have known for a long time that there is a strong link between trauma and substance abuse. We also know that the things our men and women in uniform experience while serving in the military can be extremely traumatic, especially during active duty....
New Day Treatment Program Veterans in Virginia experiencing alcohol and substance use disorders now have new opportunities to overcome these life-altering challenges. Safe Harbor Recovery Center’s new Day Treatment or Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP) is now...
Service in the nation’s military requires bravery, strength, resilience, and intelligence. An ability to face down any challenge is a hallmark of those who serve. But sometimes the stresses and challenges of military service take a serious toll—and when they do, a...
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