Support Links

PTSD Support

Click HERE to visit the National Center for PTSD website or get immediate assistance by calling 1-800-273-TALK (1-800-273-8255).

"No matter where you live, PTSD treatment in the Department of Veterans Affairs is available. Each medical center within VA has PTSD specialists who provide treatment for Veterans with PTSD and there are nearly 200 specialized PTSD treatment programs throughout the country."

Veterans Crisis Line

Click HERE to view the Veterans Crisis Line website.  

"The Veterans Crisis Line connects Veterans in crisis and their families and friends with qualified, caring Department of Veterans Affairs responders through a confidential toll-free hotline, online chat, or text. Veterans and their loved ones can call 1-800-273-8255 and Press 1, chat online, or send a text message to 838255 to receive confidential support 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. Support for deaf and hard of hearing individuals is available."

Suicide Prevention

Click HERE to access the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline website.

"The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline is a national network of local crisis centers that provides free and confidential emotional support to people in suicidal crisis or emotional distress 24 hours a day, 7 days a week  We're committed to improving crisis services and advancing suicide prevention by empowering individuals, advancing professional best practices, and building awareness."

Call 1-800-273-8255 for immediate assistance.

Feds Hire Vets

Click HERE to visit the Feds Hire Vets website.

"Federal job opportunities are available across our country and around the world. Planning early is a smart decision. This information (on the website) will help you understand veterans' preference, how Federal jobs are filled, and unique veteran appointing authorities designed to help you find a job."

Family members of Veterans can also find job seeking resources on the Feds Hire Vets website.

"In our vision of the Federal Government as America's model employer of veterans, we recognize that military spouses and veterans families also possess skills and the public service motivation needed in the Federal workplace." - The Council on Veterans Employment

Alcohol and Drug Abuse Support

Click HERE to visit the Veterans Health Administration website for the Support of Alcohol or Drug Misuse.

"Alcohol and drug misuse can lead to serious health, relationship, employment, and legal problems. Problematic alcohol or drug use can also lead to substance use disorders (SUD). Symptoms of SUD include tolerance, the ability to drink or use greater quantities over time, inability to stop drinking or using in spite of negative consequences, and withdrawal, feeling sick when trying to quit drinking or using drugs. Problems with drinking or drug use may occur in response to stress, or in combination with posttraumatic stress disorder, depression, or other medical conditions. Fortunately there are proven methods to help Veterans recover from alcohol or drug misuse, including mutual help groups and other effective treatments."

Alcohol Rehab Guide

Over the last several decades, alcoholism has become a huge concern for military personnel across the United States. Current and former military face an array of challenges – unpredictable deployments, the risk of injury and being away from home. Unfortunately, alcohol is sometimes used as a coping mechanism during these difficult times.

Veterans are also at risk of being diagnosed with a co-occurring disorder. Co-occurring disorders involve a diagnosis of two conditions, substance abuse and a mental health disorder. For example, if a veteran falls victim to alcohol abuse while suffering from anxiety, both conditions must be addressed and treated together. If left untreated, a co-occurring disorder can lead to more serious health complications in the future.

Although millions of veterans are in need of assistance while adjusting to civilian life, many do not receive treatment. If you or someone you know is struggling with a drinking problem, there are many recovery options available. Contact one of our treatment specialists to get started on your treatment plan today.

You may also click the following link for additional information: 

Locate a Rehab Facility Near You

In times of trouble it is vital to seek help.  American Addiction Centers has compiled a list of treatment centers.  Click HERE to locate a facility near you.

For those local to Colfax, CA click HERE to find a treatment center near you.


There is a growing concern across the country regarding veterans and drug addiction. Luckily, there are treatment facilities with special programs designed to help.  Click HERE to locate a treatment specialist.

Treatment for Veterans and Drug Addiction

To civilians, the return home for veterans seems like a joyous time. When many veterans begin to run into issues, it becomes hard for civilians to sympathize. There is a lot more stress in reintegrating than most realize. With what many Veterans have seen, endured, and taken over seas, it isn’t a switch they can just flip. Sometimes, turning to self-medication seems like the easiest, least-burdening way to get better.

If you are, or someone you love is, a Veteran that is having trouble fitting into a life outside of the military due to drug addiction, finding help as quickly as possible can be invaluable. If you don’t know where to start, try reaching out to a dedicated treatment specialist. They are here to answer your questions and help you plan out your next steps toward recovery.



Beach House Rehab Center

A Journey To Wellness

A great proportion of veterans seeking freedom from addiction suffer from a co-occurring disorder — namely, a diagnosable mental illness like anxiety, depression and PTSD. Our treatment center provides dual diagnosis treatment as part of a full continuum of care geared to meet clients’ individualized treatment needs. We offer a comprehensive rehab experience and strive to be known nationwide as a leading model for clinical excellence.

Click HERE for a dual diagnosis treatment guide, a resource that can help veterans affected by addiction and mental health disorders learn more about the rehab process and gain the confidence to commit to this journey to wellness!


Various forms of psychotherapy, often combined with medications like SSRIs, are the primary form of treatment for PTSD. However, a growing body of evidence suggests that cannabinoids (CBD) may also be helpful in treating PTSD, particularly the anxiety and sleep-related symptoms of the disorder.

What are the benefits of using CBD to treat PTSD? How does CBD affect the brain and body, and is it safe to use? Click HERE for answers to these questions and more.

Opioid Help

A leading health concern that our veterans face is the treatment for chronic pain leading to opioid addiction. As you may know, record-high prescribing rates among veterans has led to increases in overdose deaths – veterans are now twice as likely to overdose from Opioids as non-veterans. 

Opioid Help is an information hub that contains up-to-date news regarding the opioid epidemic as well as vital resources for those currently struggling from addiction to help them recover.

Get more info here: 

Drug Rehab provides information, resources, and treatment for people battling addiction and related conditions.

At, their mission is to equip patients and families with the best information, resources and tools to overcome addiction and pursue lifelong recovery. They stand ready to help you or your loved one every step of the way. is changing lives through addiction care and education.  Click HERE for more information.

PTSD and Sleep

Sleep problems are a common issue for people of all ages, but anyone diagnosed with post-traumatic stress disorder is more likely to experience difficulty falling asleep or staying asleep. Sleep disturbances and nightmares are common symptoms of PTSD, and these symptoms may even exacerbate other PTSD symptoms and make treatment more difficult.

Click HERE for more information and to see what you can do if you have problems with sleep.

Thank you Ava for providing this information!

Veterans and Addiction

Why Veterans Turn to Drugs and Alcohol

Many men and women who are serving or have served in the United States military struggle with addiction.

Veterans who have seen combat may have co-occurring disorders, such as depression or post-traumatic stress disorder, in addition to an addiction.

Traumatic events such as combat exposure and multiple deployments can trigger drug or alcohol use, which all too often lead to addiction.

If a veteran you love is struggling with a drug or alcohol use problem, contact a rehab professional for help finding the right treatment program.


Click HERE for more information.

Veteran Resources

Here is an incredible list of resources from our good friends at

DeployCare was established to offer understanding and support to service members and their families before, during, and after deployments. They have worked to compile necessary resources as well as research solutions to many of the challenges associated with military deployments.

Their team is composed of veterans and spouses who have experienced many of the issues that arise when there is not adequate support when needed. They are mothers, fathers, husbands, and wives. They know that the effects of deployments do not end when your loved one finally gets to come home.

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