How We Help Veterans Overcome Alcoholism
“I felt like I needed alcohol to keep going and deal with the flashbacks, but it was destroying me. I didn’t see a way out, but I knew I had to do something. It was time to ranger up and get my life back.”
Entering alcohol rehab can be life-changing when you have the right people supporting you. We can help you heal.
Care for Co-Occurring Disorders
Our team is licensed to treat co-occurring mental health conditions like PTSD, anxiety and depression simultaneously with alcohol addiction for a more successful recovery.
FORTITUDE Specialty Track
Participants in this program engage in exclusive group therapy sessions tailored for veterans and first responders, providing a space to navigate trauma-related responses.
Working With Your VA Insurance
The Recovery Village Cherry Hill at Cooper is a private addiction treatment center in the VA Community Care Network (CCN).
Our Veteran Advocates help you navigate your health insurance benefits and Community Care eligibility through our partnership with the VA. We’ll help you every step of the way to make the approval process as easy as possible and get you high-quality, professional addiction treatment.
Alcoholism Treatment Programs
Our alcohol rehab programs are incremental: we’re with you through every stage of your treatment to give you the best chance at lifelong sobriety.
Alcohol withdrawal can be hazardous, even fatal. Medical detox offers 24/7 supervision and treatment for withdrawal symptoms to keep you safe and ensure a smooth detox.
Living at the rehab facility helps you devote yourself entirely to recovery. Inpatient rehab is intensive, but for many, it’s necessary for a successful recovery.
Veterans who need to keep their work or home commitments can sometimes start treatment in outpatient rehab. You’ll live at home and participate in scheduled appointments.
Military service can have a substantial impact on mental health. We treat mental health symptoms and addiction simultaneously to build a stronger recovery.
EMDR therapy can relieve mental pain and emotional recession in veterans who have experienced trauma, leading to better addiction outcomes.
Some people may benefit from medications to help reduce alcohol cravings and avoid relapse.
Alcohol Addiction Treatment: What’s Involved?
At The Recovery Village Cherry Hill at Cooper, we treat the whole person — not just their addiction. Our approach is supported by evidence and research, then customized to meet each veteran’s needs.
Group therapy provides veterans support, guidance and fellowship from other veterans and first responders who understand what they’re facing.
Our counselors work with veterans one-on-one to address their physical, mental and emotional symptoms and help them process trauma.
Continuum of Care
Our programs train you to manage life without alcohol. You’ll step down to lower care levels as you heal and continue gaining new skills.
Exercise & Recreation
Downtime is important for reflecting, rebuilding your health and forming connections with other veterans in recovery. A fully-equipped gym and recreational sports make this time count.
Excessive alcohol use often leads to nutritional deficits. Our cafeteria provides delicious meals to meet patients’ nutrition needs as they recover.
Recovery doesn’t end when you leave treatment. Our aftercare program includes veteran-specific relapse prevention plans, referrals, recommendations and follow-ups.
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Ready to start your recovery?
Tell us you’re a veteran when you call. We’ll get you personalized support to meet your needs.