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Addiction & Rehabilitation

Drugs/Addiction/Rehab – We have listed many links to all sorts of rehab centers here that should assist you, your family or friends in trying to find the right place to get the help you or your loved one deserves. In the process, something to think about is finding a rehab center that uses Contingency Management (CM) to help Veterans stay drug free. This site fully explains CM and how it’s used. It gets real results and keeps more Veterans drug free. CM is a reward or reinforcement technique to bolster abstinence from drugs or alcohol use by re-framing treatment. Instead of punishing you for doing something wrong it rewards you positively for doing something right!!.

  • How to Help an Addict When They Don’t Think They Need Help -Experts differ on how to help an addict overcome their substance abuse disorder and how to get them into recovery. Treatment does not have to be voluntary to be successful. Someone being enticed, forced or pressured into rehab by family members, employers, and legal authorities does not mean that they will drop out. But one of the key predictors of a successful rehabilitation stay is a patient’s belief in their ability to achieve success. Friends and family can reinforce this belief with a measured and compassionate approach to helping someone acknowledge their addiction and getting help.
  • Addiction Guide – Guiding you from addiction to recovery. Addiction Guide is designed to be a reliable source of information about addiction, from how it happens to how to overcome it. Whether you are struggling with addiction yourself or concerned about a loved ones substance abuse, our mission is to lead you to a healthier, happier life. is the only digital addiction resource available that was founded by recovering addicts and ASAM board-certified addiction specialists. Our service is completely free and self-funded and all phone numbers and links to treatment locators connect to nationally approved helplines as defined by SAMHSA.
  • Drug & Alcohol Addiction Support Groups – Lists hundreds of support groups full of compassionate members around the United States for you to consider. People who live in rural areas or prefer to not leave home to get help from peers have the option of joining many online communities that will be happy to welcome you as a member. There are general groups for any kind of addiction, for specific substance recoveries, for people who are religious or non-religious, and more, so no matter your circumstances and background, there is a community waiting to help you live a happy, healthy, sober life. Connect with them here.
  • Addiction Group is dedicated to help individuals suffering from substance abuse and prevent new cases through credible information and spreading awareness to as many as we can reach. Every fact-based piece of content is written by journalists or medical professionals. Also, we have no affiliations to any rehab centers, we aren’t sponsored, and we display no advertisements on our website. They have many exceptional links for all addictions and they have a specialized Veteran’s page.
  • All Treatment Rehab for Veterans is a community-based public-benefit website connecting people to the addiction resources they need. We combined the government’s national addiction treatment center database (SAMHSA) with modern location technology to help veterans find local addiction treatment. Our Find A Veteran’s Treatment Center Near Me technology uses the location of your computer, tablet, or cell phone to generate a local listing of veteran addiction treatment centers in and around your community. Click ‘Allow’ on the Location Services Pop-Up so it will find your nearest locations.
  • – is a web resource provided and funded by Advanced Recovery Systems (ARS). ARS is an integrated behavioral health care management organization dedicated to the treatment of addiction, substance abuse, eating disorders and mental health issues. We provide well-researched, fact-based resources on this site and we use a three pronged approach scientifically proven to help people overcome their addictions.
  • Drug Rehab USA created a free rehab directory listing treatment centers in each state that accept your Military insurance TRICARE. The data in this directory comes from Behavioral Health Treatment Services Locator by SAMSHA. From the blue header line under STATES you will select your state to begin your search.
  • American Addiction Centers guide summarizes available governmental, organizational and other resources and makes them easily accessible to Veterans or their family & friends searching for assistance. Whether the addiction is caused by PTSD, sexual abuse, pain medication or some other trauma, this site will help direct you through it.
  • Rehab Center . Net is an organization connecting people seeking treatment to the resources they need. If you’re ready, or even if you’re just considering your options, we are here to help! You can talk to a member of our trusted, professional, and compassionate staff at 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. We are here to take your call whenever you’re ready to make it. And we’re here to connect you to the program best suited to you, your addiction, your situation, and your needs. You are our #1 priority, and we’re here for you and whatever you need to ensure a long and successful recovery process!
  • SMART Recovery is a 4 step self-management & recovery training process/program you can sign up for online. It can help one recover from all types of addictive behaviors by using the 4 steps, Building & Maintaining Motivation, Coping With Urges, Managing Thoughts, Feelings & Behaviors, and Living a Balanced Life. Please look into this if you are and can be self-motivated at working through your addiction.
  • The Recovery Village, while it is rehab-center which is not located in Indiana, their website has many resources may offer our Veterans help concerning alcohol/drug addictions and why it affects Veterans. 1 in 10 returning Veterans today will suffer from some sort of addition due to their Service and to get a better handle on curing this disease, this site can help you understand the reasons why behind it. Please take the time to look it over and I hope it helps.
  • was founded in 2014 to provide a community for those recovering from addiction and to help patients find the highest quality care for a successful recovery. Our goal is to provide resources to help patients and their loved ones so that they may stay on the road to recovery, and can successfully overcome addiction for life. We believe in our ability to help improve the lives of others, and belief is what motivates us to educate and support our readers every day. Addiction Resource is not a treatment center and does not accept payments or advertising offers. Instead, we work to provide free resources to help people better understand their addiction and motivate them to make the first step in seeking support. Please use the link above to read about their Veteran support.
  • 32 Addiction & Mental Health Resources for BIPOC ParentsLouisville Addiction Center lists many resource links for you on their site, please check them out… Addiction and mental health issues are significant challenges faced by Black, Indigenous, People of Color (BIPOC) parents and their children in America today. Not only do they face all our normal life issues, but they also may face challenges stemming from a combination of systemic racism and discrimination, as well as a lack of access to culturally appropriate and effective addiction and mental health services. These challenges can lead to a higher likelihood of addiction and mental health issues in BIPOC communities. Despite these challenges, BIPOC parents continue to work tirelessly to provide a better life for their children. They often rely on community support networks and resources, such as cultural centers and community organizations, to help navigate these challenges. Many BIPOC parents also prioritize instilling a strong sense of cultural identity and pride in their children, which can provide a sense of resilience and empowerment. To address these challenges, it’s important for society as a whole to recognize and address these challenges, in order to create a more equitable and just society for all. This includes providing culturally appropriate and effective addiction and mental health services, as well as addressing the root causes of addiction and mental health issues such as racism and discrimination.
  • Evolve Indy – located in Carmel, In. is an addiction center dedicated to providing safe and comfortable drug & addiction treatment services to those struggling with addiction. Reconnect with yourself. Learn to have fun and adventure in your recovery.
  • Northbound’s Addiction Treatment Services cover every aspect of alcohol/drug rehab for Veterans, med-detox, mental health, depression, PTSD, anxiety, dual diagnosis,,,, etc. They have inpatient centers in the western US but their website lists links for help in every state. Their website is loaded with all sorts of links to help someone or the family of someone who is ready and willing to accept that they have an issue and are ready to deal with it. They will assist one in finding the proper treatment and facility that will guide one to ensure long-term recovery. They break down options and discuss all the various types of facilities one might pick and they have articles archived for all to read and understand what is needed like “Staying Sober”, “How to Combat Boredom”, or “Dealing with Difficult People” and what commitment it takes to see it through. Their Mission is to assist clients in successfully celebrating one year of continuous sobriety. We believe reaching this monumental milestone in any recovery will allow our clients the opportunity to live a sober, successful and productive life!
  • What to Do If Your Spouse is An Alcoholic? It is essential to familiarize yourself with the common signs and symptoms of alcohol addiction if you suspect your partner has an alcohol problem. By doing this, you can gage whether they are showing one or more of the signs of alcohol addiction. This article will help guide one through the complete process from noticing the signs, how to get the help needed and where to turn for assistance along the way.
  • Alcohol is another great location to find drug/alcohol treatment centers near you that will help you to recover. Their site is very easy to navigate or you may call their free and confidential number 800-247-9938.
  • Alcohol Rehab Guide .org is an organization dedicated to providing extensive and reliable information on the various aspects of alcohol abuse and addiction. As you may know, alcohol use can have a tremendous impact on both active duty and retired military. Over time, alcoholism takes a toll on an individual’s personal life, professional goals, health and emotional well-being. We at Alcohol Rehab Guide, want to help provide resources to as many veterans as possible to help them overcome their issues.
  • has a website where Veterans can seek support to quit smoking. Quit Smoking Community is a virtual community that offers support and information for those trying to kick the deadliest habit in the world. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, smoking-related diseases have killed 10 times more Americans than the combined toll in all the wars the country has fought. Our vision for Quit Smoking Community is to provide a hub where visitors can access information regarding quitting smoking, as well as download resources and tools to help them begin and complete their quit journey. The link above will take you to their Military/Veteran page to get you started.
  • Amethyst House – Amethyst House is a residential and outpatient treatment center for substance abuse and gambling addictions, located in Bloomington, IN.  We offer residential support to women and men who would benefit from a structured living environment to stabilize their recovery from alcohol, drug and gambling addiction. Residents work with a case manager to obtain employment, apply for other financial benefits, identify coping skills, build a recovery support network and address individualized life skills needs.
  • Denver Recovery Center is a great post that gives advice to Veterans suffering from addiction and depression, how they can seek help as well as a list of support groups at the bottom of the page that they can use to find help and guidance.

    The web sites listed above are not associated with, endorsed by, or sponsored by the Hamilton County Veterans Corp., or its Officers, and has no official or unofficial affiliation with the Hamilton County Veterans Corp., or its Officers, or its membership. This web page was created as a resource for the members of the Hamilton County Veterans Corp. as well as use by the general public
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