Olympus Recovery proudly offers a First Responder rehab program, a treatment service designed specifically for military veterans and first responders. While each client has unique experiences that led to their substance use disorder, many veterans and first responders face similar challenges, such as PTSD. First Responder Care Program gives these clients a better chance at successful recovery with treatments tailored to their needs within a small group setting.

How Does the First Responder Care Treatment Program Differ From Other Treatment Programs?

Our First Responder Care Program provides a safe place for first responders to recover from mental health issues and substance use disorder. Treatment options include the following:

  • Trauma management
  • Anger management
  • PTSD management and resolution
  • Detox (offsite) with clinical management
  • Stress and anxiety resources
  • Rebuilding family relationships

The goal of any treatment program is complete, long-term recovery. During treatment, clients often feel reassurance knowing that they’re walking the journey with others like themselves.

Our First Responder Care Treatment Program program combines behavioral and mental health treatments to achieve lasting recovery. Upon completing the program, patients can access additional resources to help manage stress and ensure their ongoing overall wellness.

Call Olympus Recovery to Join the First Responder Rehab Program

The Help for Our Heroes program has successfully treated many people with stressful, heroic jobs just like yours. 

The first step may be the hardest, but we are here to help you every step of the way. Contact us here or give us a call at 866-305-7134 to learn more about our first responder rehab program.

 

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For immediate help call us confidentially at (866) 305-7134. Our admissions specialists can answer all your questions, and put you on the road to recovery.

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