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Veterans & PTSD

There are roughly 19 million Americans who have or are currently serving in the U.S. Armed Forces. This number represents 10% of the country’s adult population, of which 60% are currently eligible to receive benefits from the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). Nearly 75% of service members have served their country during a period of conflict. For all too many veterans, returning from military service means coping with symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder. But there are things you can do to start feeling better today.

As a nation, we cannot be ignorant of the fact that many of these men and women return home from their deployments and duties to find themselves suffering from a myriad of mental health challenges like post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Adding day-to-day struggles of a “normal” life only threatens their health even more. Many will find themselves turning to drugs or alcohol to drown out their thoughts and emotions, starting a spiral that quickly becomes an addiction and a battle that no service member can overcome alone.

With providing exemplary rehabilitation services to Las Vegas residents and others across this great nation, our team from The Nestled Recovery Center is honored to lend our services and support to active duty and retired military veterans. We are partnered with TriWest Healthcare Alliance – the corporation that manages health benefits with the VA – to ensure our services are affordable for as many veterans as possible. We want to do all we can to help those who were selfless enough to put our lives above their own!

Find out more about the veteran-centric therapies and rehab programs offered at our Las Vegas rehab center by calling (702) 299-6406 now.

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Understanding Veterans With PTSD

Do you struggle with adjusting to civilian life after serving in the military? Do you feel easily agitated, anxious, or disconnected from loved ones? Do you feel like you’ll never feel normal again? These experiences may be symptoms of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD).

What Causes PTSD?

It can be difficult to manage PTSD, especially with long wait times for VA treatment and many times active military have different requirements than retired military civilians with PTSD. But there is hope at The Nestled Recovery Center. You can begin your journey towards recovery today by taking steps to help yourself overcome PTSD and emerge even stronger. Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is a mental health condition that can develop after an individual has experienced a traumatic event or situation. Common causes of PTSD include experiencing physical or sexual abuse, surviving a natural disaster, being involved in a war or conflict, and being a victim of domestic violence. Other stressful experiences that may lead to PTSD include the unexpected death of a loved one, medical emergencies, severe accidents, and car crashes.

  • Physical or sexual abuse
  • Surviving a natural disaster
  • Being involved in a war or conflict
  • Being a victim of domestic violence
  • The unexpected death of a loved one
  • Medical emergencies
  • Severe accidents
  • Traumatic Brain Injury
  • Car crashes

What Are The Symptoms Of PTSD In Veterans?

For veterans with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), there are four main types of symptoms:

  • Intrusive memories: Recurring and vivid memories of the traumatic event, which can include flashbacks and nightmares.
  • Avoidance: Avoiding places or people that remind them of the traumatic experience, including avoiding emotions or conversations associated with it.
  • Negative changes in mood and thought patterns: This includes changes in behavior, as well as a heightened sense of guilt or self-blame.
  • Hyperarousal: Feeling on edge, being easily startled, having difficulty sleeping, and eventually leading to bouts of anger.

What Happens In PTSD Therapy For Veterans?

Recovery programs and therapies for Veterans are built upon three foundational principles:

  • Sound body
  • Stable mind
  • Safe spirit

We are unique in that our program is one of the few to offer multiple modalities in a small, intimate setting while focusing on individualized care. It’s important that PTSD inpatient treatment centers for veterans offer specialized therapy and resources. To help individuals who suffer from substance abuse and mental health disorders understand the root cause and depths of their addictions, and to provide a foundation for a healthy and happy life, we expect nothing but the best every day from our medical team, clinical professionals, and support staff. We hold ourselves to the highest standards of care because the brave veterans who come to us for support deserve nothing less.

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TriWest and Other Insurance Resources For Veterans

TriWest Healthcare Alliance is a unique organization dedicated to meeting the healthcare requirements of the country’s military and Veteran populations. Established in 1996, TriWest has made it a priority to provide affordable and convenient healthcare services to veterans who have earned and deserve them. Through its partnership with the Veterans Affairs Community Care Network (CCN), TriWest connects veterans in the western United States with community-based providers for non-VA healthcare services, including mental health treatment, closer to home. If you or a loved one is a veteran or military member seeking medical treatment, be sure to check out our comprehensive article on TriWest to learn more about eligibility, benefits, and how to apply for coverage.

Find Your Strength At A PTSD Treatment Center For Veterans

The United States Armed Forces is famous the world over for training its service members to never show weakness and to stand on the frontlines selflessly without question. Such brave acts afford us the freedom to sleep soundly in our beds each night without fear or worry. Allow us to help you lift yourself up while we identify weaknesses that can be transformed into strengths.

We at The Nestled Recover Center want our veterans to know three things:

  • It is okay to ask for help when you need it
  • It is healthy to talk about your feelings, emotions, and fears.
  • Being vulnerable isn’t a weakness, it is an opportunity.

Only when you admit that you need help can you become the best version of yourself, which is something you surely came to understand during your military service. We encourage you to pick up the phone and call (702) 299-6406 if you are showing signs of PTSD related to your military service, which is something that affects around 15% of all service members which is an alarming statistic. From there, our admissions team will walk you through the process of enrolling in one of our veteran ptsd treatment centers programs. We can also provide continuous education and support to your family and friends who can help you navigate through your journey to a better tomorrow.

Drug And Alcohol Rehab For Veterans With PTSD In Las Vegas

The Nestled Recovery Center and our dedicated team are proud to partner with TriWest Health Alliance and the VA to ensure that no soldier is left behind in the fight against mental health and substance use disorder. VA ptsd treatment centers for veterans can be few and far between and we are proud to support veterans and active duty military. We thank you for your service and the selfless sacrifices you have made. We look forward to helping you restore parts of yourself that you once thought were lost. If you are struggling, have confidence in knowing that we are here to lead the charge in this fight!

Please call us at (702) 299-6406 now.

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