Jeff Gilbert was conducting research for his doctorate in psychology when he discovered an interest in helping United States veterans with drug and alcohol addiction. He founded U.S. VETCare, part of a nonprofit service that helps people deal with substance abuse and mental health disorders.
One residence exists for veterans currently, with another one being renovated. Once accepted to the VETCare program, veterans must work together in the household. They undergo drug and alcohol screenings and must complete general chores. So far, the organization has helped 24 men. They must also complete 5 counseling sessions a week as part of their required drug treatment regimen.
For those who need drug treatment in the New Mexico, Texas or Oklahoma areas, Vista Taos Drug Treatment Center in Taos, New Mexico provides compassionate staff and proven inpatient drug treatment techniques to help people work through any sort of substance abuse. They are also equipped to handle behavioral addictions and other “non-drug related” problems such as co-dependency.
Call today on your behalf, or on behalf of a loved one to learn how their expert medical staff combine successful drug treatment practices with “combined therapies” like massage and acupuncture. Many of the successful drug rehabilitation facilities emphasize the importance of inpatient and 12-step treatment programs and Vista Taos believes in these practices. They also have a strong belief in holistic, secondary treatments to aid the patient in the stages of detox or to just bring about a better sense of well-being through the entire inpatient drug treatment program. Sobriety is a lifelong process that a person never stops working on, get a solid foundation to a lifetime of wellness at Vista Taos Renewal Center in Taos, New Mexico.