The Military Recovery Program at Peak Behavioral Health Services is a dedicated 20-bed inpatient military services building on our campus where we treat all branches of the military and veterans. The Mission Recovery Program’s goal is for the service member to be capable of returning to duty while having addressed the issues that initially brought them to our facility; providing each individual with the necessary tools to achieve a more productive and fulfilling life. We are honored to treat those service members who have served our country and have developed a program to meet that will each individuals unique needs.
SPECIALIZED TREATMENT TRACKS
This track is designed for those service members who are in need of short-term crisis stabilization who are in immediate danger of harming themselves or someone else. Our goal is to return them to duty quickly with the coping skills necessary to lead and promote a healthy life that reinforces positive relationships and independence.
Dual Diagnosis Program
This program is designed to treat those individuals who may be struggling with substance abuse in combination with other mental health concerns. We are able to address PTSD, Military Sexual Trauma and other co-occurring behaviors.
We provide medically supervised detox and provide relapse prevention tools. We can safely detox service members and veterans from a wide range of substances.
Chemical Dependency Program
We have a rehab program for those service members who are experiencing issues with alcohol, prescription drugs and other chemical dependencies. The typical length of stay is 28 days, but can vary depending on the particular individual. This program utilizes the 12-step model and host AA meetings on site. Our experienced alcohol and drug counselor teaches relapse prevention skills. We encourage family involvement.
We offer a less-restrictive treatment option for those who may need a step-down from our inpatient program or who may benefit from a more intensive program than traditional outpatient. This program meets five days a week Monday — Friday from 9:00 a.m. – 3:00p.m.
Military Program Features:
- Direct Admissions for Active Duty Military
- Structured Environment
- Military Veterans on Staff
- Command Consultation and Involvement
- Tricare formulary observed
- Military Specific Issues Groups
- Focus on Resiliency and Post Traumatic Growth
- Evidence-based Therapeutic Modalities
- Emphasis on Reintegration
- Anger and Domestic Violence Management
- Individual, Group & Family Therapy
- Daily Physical Training
- Transportation arrangements
- 12-step Program (AA)
- Art therapy
- Relaxation Therapy
- Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT)
- Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
Symptoms & Diagnosis Treated
- Military Sexual Trauma
- Childhood Trauma
- Combat Related Trauma
- Sexual Trauma
- Non-Combat Related Trauma
- Prescription Medication Abuse
Military Advisory Board
Harry P Silsby, MD
Colonel US Army (Ret)
Diplomat American Board of Psychiatry
American Board of Addiction Medicine
David Kruzich, Ph.D, LCSW
LT Colonel US Army (Ret)
Additional resources for military service members and their families. Call 575-589-3000 to learn more about the Mission Recovery Program.