Mission Resiliency Programs
To fulfill our mission to serve the needs of our active duty military community, Laurel Ridge has a 60 bed unit on our peaceful 18 acre campus.
This Mission Resiliency Unit is a military-specific treatment program that is exclusively designed to meet the complex, multiple needs related to the active duty service member’s Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), including Substance/Alcohol/Drug Abuse and other behavioral health issues. This comprehensive treatment program supports family involvement with family process and education groups. All aspects of the treatment tracks sustain the primary goal of the Mission Resiliency Program: to reintegrate service members to their duty stations and family, and provide a seamless continuum of care.
Post Traumatic Stress Disorder
This treatment program is designed to address the symptoms of PTSD in relation to traumatic events and stressors. The evidence-based program at Laurel Ridge addresses the military-specific issues with appropriate interventions and therapy. Moreover, the overall curriculum design is based upon the National Center of PTSD’s best practices. The goal for the service member is to gainfully return to his or her duty station.
Chemical Dependency Rehabilitation/Dual Diagnosis
This treatment track is specifically designed to assist the service member who is struggling with substance/alcohol abuse in conjunction with PTSD. Each service member will have the opportunity to develop healthy coping strategies while gaining valuable insight into managing his or her condition, including related symptoms and addiction issues. This track also addresses the individual’s PTSD treatment needs, as it is not uncommon for a service member to exhibit both substance/alcohol abuse with PTSD.
Service members receive close medical monitoring to safely detoxify from alcohol, opiates, and prescription drugs. Detoxification includes implementing medical structures and Relapse Prevention Model treatments.
- PTSD for Active Duty: Military Sexual Trauma, Combat Operational Stress
- Prolonged Exposure Therapy: Staff Trained by Dr. Yadin, University of Pennsylvania PTSD Institute
- 12 Step Substance/Alcohol Abuse: Relapse Prevention Model, On Site 12-Step AA & NA Groups
- Morning Physical Training
- Military Specific Issues Groups
- Community Reintegration Outings
- Therapeutic Activities
- Individual, Group and Family Therapy
- Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
- Retired Military Behavioral Health Professionals on Treatment Team
- Evidence-based Curriculum including Best Practices from the National Center for PTSD
- Program exclusive for Active Duty Service Members
- Written Military Protocol for Seamless Communication between Command and Staff
- Military Medication Formulary Utilized
- Newly Built 60-Bed Facility on 18-Acre Campus
- Serve the Needs of All Branches of the Military
- Partial Hospitalization – Day Treatment Program Available
Laurel Ridge has compiled a list of the items service members or veterans should bring with them for treatment. This military program packing list includes all of the items you should bring with you to the facility.
Herschel Walker – Patriot Support Program Spokesperson
In response to the present and growing need for high quality and intensive behavioral health services, Laurel Ridge Treatment Center has developed our military treatment program through the Patriot Support Program network of treatment centers, support staff, and medical professionals dedicated to treating active duty members of the military, veterans and their families. We’re proud to be part of this network of care. Click below to play a special message from Heisman Trophy winner and mental health advocate, Herschel Walker, who is also a Patriot Support Program spokesperson.