The first responders’ treatment program at Mission Recovery is designed to provide proven clinical practices that address the specific needs of your life and profession. We understand the needs of first responders and here to help you through every step of your recovery from drug or alcohol addiction.

Regardless of the length, type, or severity of your addiction, you can get the help you need to get on the road to recovery in a safe, comfortable, and discreet environment. To find out more about how to get started, feel free to contact Mission Recovery today. Find out more about our first responders’ treatment program in TX by calling Mission Recovery at 833.477.7379 today.

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You should not have to lose your job or reputation just because you have an addiction. In fact, your willingness to move forward with treatment demonstrates that you care about your life, your family, and your community. At Mission Recovery, we respect your role and provide a confidential first responders’ treatment program in TX that does not compromise your privacy.

We provide treatment for all responders including:

  • Veteran
  • EMT/paramedic
  • Correctional officer
  • Firefighter
  • Law enforcement office

Regardless of your career or position, you can feel safe and secure around treatment specialists who care about your success. We offer an array of addiction treatment therapies, support groups, detox, rehab programs, and aftercare programs to meet your needs.

Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder Treatment

It is not uncommon for first responders, law enforcement, emergency medical professionals, or veterans to suffer from post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). After all, you face some of life’s most intense situations each day. Mission Recovery provides a comprehensive treatment program that helps you manage the symptoms of PTSD while overcoming your addiction.

Some of the treatment we provide includes: 

Trauma Therapy

The goal of trauma therapy is to help you identify and manage the negative impact that a traumatic event has on your life. Before you begin your treatment, a specialist can assess your condition and help you develop the right treatment plan. We offer trauma-based and addiction therapy such as: 

  • Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR)
  • Cognitive-behavioral therapy
  • Dialectical behavior therapy
  • Experiential therapy
  • Hypnotherapy
  • Acceptance and commitment therapy

Each type of therapy helps you engage in each stage of healing while addressing the problems head-on. Your therapist will empower you to take control of your life and to move on past the traumatic experience.

Holistic Therapy

Holistic therapy takes the whole person into consideration, as opposed to just dealing with the addiction. The goal of holistic therapy is to bring you into a sense of wellness, healing the mind, body, and spirit. While these concepts can seem vague, in practice, they are detailed and targeted toward your addiction or any mental issues you may be dealing with.

Holistic therapy may include meditation, mindfulness, yoga, nutrition, fitness, or other areas of treatment. Holistic therapy is a powerful supplement to your primary care and can help you in areas that may not be addressed in your therapy sessions. Mission Recovery offers a full range of holistic therapies in our first responder treatment program.

Contact Our First Responders’ Treatment Program Today

If you are considering getting help for drug or alcohol addiction, then contact Mission Recovery today. Our specialized addiction treatment programs are designed to help first responders and people in your profession.

Call 833.477.7379 to find out more about our first responders’ treatment program. We can answer your questions, discuss your condition, and go over your treatment options. Our goal is to help you get the care you need so that you can get on the road to recovery. Contact us at 833.477.7379 today to learn more.