NEED HELP NOW?
Are you in crisis? You have options.
Go to the nearest emergency room.
Call the Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1-800-273-8255.
Call the Veterans Crisis Line: 1-800-273-8255 and press “1.”
Call the DSTRESS Line (Completely Anonymous): 1-877-476-7734.
MORE PTSD RESOURCES
Fisher House (Scholarships for Spouses opens December 2014)
RETREAt/ MOTIVATIONAL/Physical team PROGRAMS
TRAINING AND REHABILATION CENTERS
Lourdes Living Springs
The Salvation Army Harbor Light Center-California
The Harbor Light Center, providing comprehensive chemical dependency treatment for men, women, and families, has been successfully serving the San Francisco bay area for over 70 years. Drug and alcohol addiction are a real part of our social structure and affects many people, their friends, and their families. There is hope. Through a program of progressive care, education, workforce development, and personal development, people's lives are transformed.
Veteran's face unique personal issues as they re-enter civilian society from their time in service. Our service men and women who are dealing with addiction are often also struggling with service related stress such as PTSD. The Harbor Light Center provides specialized services to our returning veterans to help them gain access to their benefits, find work, gain housing, and develop the skills necessary to lead fulfilling lives.
Mission Solano-Bridge To Life Center-California
Our Bridge to Life Center is a holistic program that currently houses and assists homeless veterans, single women, women with children and families.
We begin with the basics, food, clothing and shelter, but that’s only the beginning. We meet one on one with every individual that we shelter to help them work through their homelessness as a result of finances, addictions, or bad circumstances. Some need just a little help, and some need a lot. That’s where our Rays of H.O.P.E program comes in. It is a 6 - 12 month structured program to help the individual work through their difficulties and move them toward a productive and self-sufficient life.
Is a program that has developed a unique model of treatment incorporating evidenced based therapies and integrative treatment approaches. The program begins with a comprehensive two week intensive stabilization process by providing treatment focused solely on developing coping skills. Trauma therapy begins after that time to ensure patients are better able to tolerate distress. Along with a highly trained and experienced treatment staff, integrative approaches are provided by experienced community volunteers specializing in various practices, offering a comprehensive program to treat mind and body.
Naval Active Duty Service members are eligible for treatment when their combat PTSD has not improved with outpatient treatment.
Phoenix House-New York
The Military Services Program offers both outpatient and residential substance abuse and mental health treatment for military personnel, veterans and their family members. The program was designed with the capacity to deal with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), suicide prevention, and the unique needs of current and former military personnel.
Is a state-of-the-art outpatient facility designed to provide rehabilitation, management and recovery for community members with traumatic brain injury, physical disabilities, cognitive disabilities or dementia—all in an exceptional, stimulating and safe environment.