Every year, thousands of veterans struggle with the repercussions of war that manifest in different ways– including substance abuse, mental illness, suicidal thoughts, and post-traumatic stress disorder. The majority of these disorders go untreated because men, and especially veterans, struggle to reach out and ask for help.

Stigma, location, environment, and lack of awareness are the main reasons why veterans fail to get proper help. Many veterans fear that they will be judged and seen as weak, which forces many to be reluctant and not ask for help.  

Depending on the severity of your situation, inpatient care might be the best resource to get you back on track. In today’s blog, we explore the real benefits of inpatient care (also know as rehab) and why seeking professional help is a sign of strength and not weakness.

Inpatient Treatments and Benefits

As a veteran, you can find several veteran-focused addiction recovery centers and health care programs that can provide you with unique treatment options. These treatment options are designed to help improve your physical, mental, and emotional health. Renova Treatment Centre is an inpatient care facility focused on assisting veterans in rehabilitating and re-entering society. Our addiction recovery program offers tailor-made options for veterans, which include:

·  Medical detox from drugs and alcohol

·  Intensive outpatient programs

·  In-house chef 

·  In-house gym and personal trainer 

·  Dedicated therapy sessions

·  In-House Nurse Practioner

·  Entertainment 

·  Job readiness training

·  CBT (Cognitive-behavioral therapy)

·  Nutritional education

Such programs are designed to put you back on track and help you re-build good habits and long-term goals. 

Your First Step Towards Inpatient Care

The first step towards inpatient rehabilitation is admitting that you need help. Once you have decided that you are committed to change, we suggest finding the right treatment facility for you. Renova Treatment Centre is designed to help men recover. One of our founders, Richard Piekarczyk-Vacca, is a veteran himself and understands the nuisances of what veterans need to heal.  It is never too late to reach out. Now might be the best time to ask for help. 

Contact Renova Recovery and Treatment centre today to learn more!