At Pillars Recovery, we appreciate and honor the sacrifices made by members of the U.S. Military. In response, we’ve made it our mission to deliver affordable, accessible treatment to veterans in California.
Veterans: A High-Risk Population
Compared to the civilian population, veterans are at increased risk for a variety of conditions, including depression, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), and substance use disorder. Heavy drinking and drug use may begin in an attempt to alleviate stress, anxiety, chronic pain, or trauma symptoms. In time, it’s common for veterans to become reliant on alcohol, marijuana, prescription painkillers, and other drugs. Once this happens, swift intervention is necessary.
At Pillars Recovery, we treat the following conditions:
- Drug addiction
- Post-traumatic stress disorder
- Chronic pain
We understand that addiction does not occur in a vacuum. While most facilities stop at dual diagnosis—treatment of addiction and a co-occurring disorder—our clinicians go a step further. Our “triple diagnosis” program addresses the triad of substance abuse, mental illness, and chronic pain.
Addiction Treatment Covered by TRICARE
Pillars Recovery offers trauma-informed treatment tailored to the needs of veterans. Our approach is backed by scientific evidence, ensuring that our programming is effective for this population. Because of our dedication to evidence-based care, treatment at Pillars is covered by TRICARE.
Services covered through TRICARE include:
- Individual psychotherapy
- Medication-assisted treatment (MAT)
- Residential treatment
- Outpatient and intensive outpatient services
- Partial hospitalization programs (PHP)
- Medically supervised detox
- Family therapy
- PTSD treatment
- Group therapy sessions
- Medication management/psychiatry
Treatment for Veterans in California
No matter what you’ve been through, there is a way forward. Pillars Recovery provides the support and guidance you need to overcome substance use disorder and co-occurring mental illnesses. If you have TRICARE, your treatment costs may be covered. Contact our admissions office to learn more about our military-specific addiction treatment program.