NorCal Outpatient Veteran Rehab
IOP and PHP Day Treatment Northern California
Outpatient Veteran Rehab NorCal for dual diagnosis PTSD, trauma and more is available at New Start Recovery Solutions.
· NorCal Veteran PTSD Outpatient Rehab
· Why Norcal Veteran Outpatient PTSD Treatment?
· The Good News: Outpatient PTSD Treatment WORKS!
· N California Veteran Dual Diagnosis PTSD Treatment
· What is PTSD?
VETERAN DUAL DIAGNOSIS PTSD TREATMENT NORTHERN CALIFORNIA
• Veteran PTSD Dual Diagnosis Treatment • Evidence-based, Trauma-informed Whole Person Treatment
• IOP and PHP Veteran Re-entry Programs • Residential Inpatient Treatment • Supportive Housing
Outpatient Veteran Rehab NorCal
New Start Recovery Solutions Outpatient PTSD treatment helps veterans to break the cycle of PTSD, trauma and substance use. Our Veteran’s program is Dual Diagnosis and assists veterans to discover and resolve underlying issues, trauma and stresses that often drive addictive behaviors.
And our dual diagnosis Veterans Program treatment cares for the whole person. New Start Recovery Solutions veteran outpatient treatment includes evidence-based cognitive and trauma-informed therapies; as well as mindfulness, yoga and more.
A traumatized individual not only experiences effects to their own health and wellness. Significant others, friends and family are also affected by a veteran’s PTSD or trauma and ‘self-medicating’ alcohol or substance abuse.
Taking care of mental health is as important as managing physical health. Although in many cases – there may still be a stigma attached to seeking help.
There is no need to ‘suffer in silence’ for months before seeking (and receiving) help and treatment.
We can help.
Why Outpatient PTSD Treatment for Veterans?
There are several reasons to choose Outpatient Treatment for PTSD.
Outpatient Treatment allows individuals to continue as usual with any obligations for work, school or family.
Continuing recovery treatment in outpatient care is a cost-effective and time efficient way to maintain sobriety and progress to sustainable sobriety.
Extended Treatment After Residential Rehab
After leaving residential addiction treatment, many need the continued support of trusted mentors, positive group interactions and motivating support. The time needed can vary and is unique to each individual.
Insurance Pays for Outpatient Treatment After Residential Rehab in Many Cases
Insurance only pays for a certain number of residential treatment days. But in many of those cases – insurance will pay for continued Outpatient Treatment.
New Start Recovery Solutions Rehab Center Locations
• New Start Recovery Solutions Sacramento – Residential and Outpatient Treatment
• New Start Recovery Solutions Concord – Residential and Outpatient Treatment
• New Start Recovery Solutions Bangor – Residential and Outpatient Treatment
• Recovery Happens Counseling Services
Outpatient Treatment in Sacramento, CA | Telehealth Available
The Good News – Outpatient PTSD Treatment WORKS!
- PTSD and substance use problems are often experienced by those who have served in conflict areas. Some try to cope with PTSD or trauma symptoms by drinking heavily or using drugs.
- Other veterans find the stresses of reentry to civilian life to be overwhelming and resort to excessive drinking or substance abuse to cope.
- We Can Help!
What is PTSD?
There is clearly a correlation between trauma (including individual, group, or mass trauma) and substance use. There is also a correlation in the presence of posttraumatic stress (and other trauma-related disorders) and substance use disorders. Alcohol and drug use can be, for some, an effort to manage traumatic stress and specific PTSD symptoms.Trauma-Informed Care in Behavioral Health Services, Chapter 3 Understanding the Impact of Trauma
What is PTSD?
Emotional and psychological trauma occurs when extraordinarily stressful events shatter an individual’s usual sense of security. As a result, there is a feeling of being temporarily helpless in a dangerous world.
Most people who experience traumatic events have temporary difficulty adjusting and coping. If trauma symptoms get worse – or last more than 3 months and interfere with day-to-day functioning – you may have PTSD.
Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is a mental health condition triggered by witnessing or experiencing traumatic or terrifying events
Veterans often use alcohol or drugs to self-medicate PTSD symptoms. This does nothing to resolve the underlying trauma – and usually makes it much worse.
PTSD symptoms can include flashbacks, hypervigilance, avoidance, nightmares and severe anxiety; as well as uncontrollable or intrusive thoughts about the event.
You Are Not Alone!
Treatments for PTSD, Trauma and Co-Occurring Substance Abuse (Dual Diagnosis) are Available.
And Treatment Works!
PTSD Effects Can Be Subtle – or May Show Up Months Later
Post-traumatic stress disorder symptoms may start within one month of a traumatic event. But sometimes symptoms may not appear until years after the event. These symptoms can cause significant problems in social or work situations and in relationships. PTSD symptoms interfere with the ability to go about normal daily tasks.
Symptoms can vary over time. And, PTSD symptoms also vary from person to person.
How I Knew I Had PTSD – Video 4:22 minutes
Northern California Veteran Dual Diagnosis PTSD Treatment
We are a VA Community Care Provider
New Start Recovery Solutions veterans program for PTSD and substance abuse uses trauma-informed integrated treatment. We work with the issues of combat stress, addictions, alcohol dependency, depression and other trauma-related disorders.
Our PTSD treatment for veterans includes a combination of cognitive behavioral and processing therapy, dialectical behavior therapy, prolonged exposure, wellness education, mindfulness, nutrition, yoga and more.
• Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT)
• Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
• Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT)
• Motivational Interviewing
• Emotional Regulation
Relapse Prevention – Preventing Relapse, Staying Sober
It is important to remember: With a relapse prevention plan – you don’t have to relapse to work it.
In relapse prevention, the main things we are trying to identify are high-risk situations and how to manage them. We all have “self-talk” in our head. And internal dialog can lead to positive or negative thinking.
In a relapse situation, the self-talk can be negative feelings and emotions. Negative self-talk can lead to unwanted and negative actions and relapse.
Your relapse prevention plan will help build critical thinking and avoidance strategies – so you can stay focused on achievable goals without activating your stressors. Mindfulness training is an important part of recovery treatment at New Start Recovery Solutions.
We guide veterans and their loved ones suffering with addiction, depression, and other behavioral issues into recovery. We walk you through the steps to get started in the recovery process – and are there for you every step of the way.
Continuum of Care
At New Start Recovery Solutions – our patients experience a full continuum of care for sustainable sobriety.
Starting with Medical Detox, Dual Diagnosis Residential and Outpatient Treatment, Outpatient Primary Mental Health Care, Family Recovery Program and our Alumni Program – we are there with help and support for you.
Our Goal for Patients: Sustainable Life-Long Sobriety.
Outpatient Mental Health Care Therapy In-person or via Telehealth
Primary Mental Health Care
Mental Health therapy is also available via Telehealth.
Primary mental health care is customized for the needs of each individual.
We Accept Most Insurance and Work with EAP Programs.
VA Community Care Provider | In-network with TriWest.
All our programs have Trauma-informed Care. We specialize in treatments for Dual Diagnosis (mental health issues with addiction), Trauma, PTSD, Stress Management, Anxiety, Depression, Grief and Loss.
Our licensed therapists work with those struggling with trauma, depression, anxiety, eating disorders, psychosis (both drug induced and organic), personality disorders, and other mental health issues.
Firefighters, police, EMS and other emergency services providers are seldom called on to rescue cute kittens from trees. On a daily basis, first responders see accident victims horribly injured or burned, rescue survivors crushed in crumbling buildings, fight overwhelming forest fires, pull residents from burning buildings. Or they may be called on to defuse situations ranging from domestic disputes to a hostage crisis.
For first responders, work stress takes an emotional and mental toll. Therapy and counseling can help resolve trauma and provide support and coping skills.
How Veterans Can Get Help
If you are a qualifying military veteran located in northern California – there is help available. Most veterans are eligible for VA Health Benefits, which help cover (or cover) the cost of mental health services, including addiction treatment.
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We are dedicated to helping those in need.
We Work with EAP and Union Programs and Accept Most Insurance