Military & First Responder Mental Health & Substance Use Disorder Treatment Programs Near Pensacola, Florida
Twelve Oaks Recovery Center helps active-duty service members, first responders, retirees, and veterans who are struggling with substance use disorders, PTSD, trauma, and other mental health concerns build a strong foundation for long-term recovery by providing flexible programming. Our expert, compassionate staff is dedicated to our mission of providing quality behavioral health treatment for our clients in an atmosphere of trust, honesty, and responsibility.
Military & First Responder Program for Addiction
Twelve Oaks has had the honor of working with active-duty service members, first responders, retirees, veterans, and their adult beneficiaries since 1993 when it became a TRICARE-certified substance use disorder rehabilitation facility (SUDRF).
Since 2008, Twelve Oaks Recovery Center has assisted more than 1,500 U.S. service members and first responders and their families on their journey to recovery from addiction and the dual impact of substance use and trauma.
Twelve Oaks Recovery Center is privileged to support U.S. service members and their adolescent and adult beneficiaries. Our TRICARE-certified facilities are committed to providing comprehensive treatment for addiction and other behavioral health needs at every level of care.
Military & First Responder Program for Mental Health
At Twelve Oaks Recovery Center, we understand that military members, first responders, and veterans often suffer from mental health concerns due to trauma. We offer a specialized track for treating posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and other mental health concerns, such as depression, anxiety, and bipolar disorder.
In our military and first responder program for mental health, we offer several forms of therapy, including individual, family, and group sessions. Group therapy is the foundation of our program, bringing service members out of isolation and into a group of supportive individuals who share common goals. Groups cover a range of mental health disorder topics, including healthy coping mechanisms, processing trauma, and mindfulness.