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VA Insurance Mental Health & Substance Abuse Center

Mental health and substance use disorders are an integral part of all aspects of life in the United States, including our dedicated military men, women and families. These problems are not isolated to any group of individuals, including our family members. We honor the courage and sacrifice of America’s service men and women, and we recognize the need for support when needed.

At Avisa Recovery, our mission is to help veterans and their families recover from substance abuse and mental health disorders. We understand that recovery can be costly, but VA insurance can help pay for it.

VA insurance goes beyond just providing coverage; it prioritizes the well-being of our esteemed veterans. By connecting military resources with civilian healthcare providers, VA insurance offers a wide range of services, including vital support for substance use and mental health.

If you’re in need of a rehab center that not only accepts VA insurance but also places a strong emphasis on your mental well-being, then your search ends right here! Our rehab center is fully committed to delivering compassionate care to veterans just like you. We have crafted a specialized recovery program that is perfectly suited to address the unique needs of veterans, and our unwavering dedication lies in assisting you in utilizing your VA insurance to access the vital rehab and mental health services that you truly deserve.

Avisa Recovery Programs

ADDICTION TREATMENT THAT ISN’T COOKIE-CUTTER

One of the first steps when seeking treatment for substance abuse is the detoxification process. Here you are medically supervised and managed through withdrawal process to rid the body of drugs & alcohol.

Residential inpatient treatment is when a client lives on-site 24 hours a day, 7 days a week while receiving intensive inpatient treatment. Learn more about inpatient treatment and how it can help you on your journey.

The partial day program at Avisa Recovery combines the best of aspects inpatient and outpatient treatment to form a hybrid program that allows you to experience inpatient therapies on an outpatient basis.

Find out why the innovative intensive outpatient program at Avisa Recovery is your best choice when seeking an outpatient addiction treatment program in Ocean County, New Jersey.

Our outpatient program will enable your professional life to become limitless. We offer the tools for you to become the best you can be while being sober! If you’re in Ocean County, don’t wait another day to start your recovery.

The family program at Avisa Recovery is an integral part of our programming. Family therapy is an essential part of the recovery process because it allows members of the entire family system to learn how to recover as a unit while supporting their loved-one in recovery.

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The Basics Of VA Insurance

The ins and outs of VA Insurance, a program designed exclusively for active-duty servicewomen and servicemen, as well as other military-related groups.

If you enlisted after September 7, 1980, or entered active duty after October 16, 1981, 

You must have served continuously for 24 months or the full period for which you were called to active duty, unless certain exceptions apply.

This minimum duty requirement may not apply if any of these are true:

  • You were discharged for a disability that was caused—or made worse—by your active-duty service, or
  • You were discharged for a hardship or “early out,” or
  • You served prior to September 7, 1980

If you’re a current or former member of the Reserves or National Guard, 

You must have been called to active duty by a federal order and completed the full period for which you were called or ordered to active duty. It’s important to note that if you had or have active-duty status solely for training purposes, you won’t qualify for VA health care. 

Additionally, if you served in specific locations and time periods during the Vietnam War era

You are eligible for VA health care. For more information on eligibility for VA health care, look no further than here.

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Individualized Care
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Family Programming
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Adventure-Based Therapies
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Most Private Health Insurance Will Help Pay for Treatment.

Avisa Recovery does not accept Medicare or Medicaid as payment for substance abuse treatment.

Let us handle the details so you can focus on the help you need.

VA Insurance: Veterans Substance Abuse Recovery At Avisa

The path of serving our nation is filled with unique obstacles. It’s disheartening to see that some veterans, who have fearlessly sacrificed for our country, may find themselves entangled in substance abuse. At Avisa Recovery, we empathize with the complexities that veterans face, and we are here to extend our unwavering support and care to help them overcome substance abuse.

With veterans at the forefront of our minds, our programs are meticulously tailored to meet their specific needs, acknowledging the diverse experiences they have encountered during their military service. We provide a holistic and empathetic approach to tackle substance abuse, offering a well-defined path towards recovery.

At Avisa, we are firm believers in recognizing and respecting your dedication by providing the necessary support for your healing and empowerment. Our team of seasoned professionals is committed to assisting you in overcoming any obstacles you may face during your path to recovery, be it substance abuse, mental health concerns, or a combination of both.

No need to face this battle in solitude. Let us join forces and become your trusted allies in this fight. Together, we can empower you to find hope, inner strength, and a brighter future. Avisa Recovery is fully committed to supporting veterans as they conquer substance abuse and mental health challenges. Count on us to assist you in taking those crucial first steps towards a healthier and happier life.

For Veterans with VA Insurance we offer a variety of treatment such as:

Detox: Detoxification is a process that enables the body to eliminate the harmful toxins that have built up over the course of drug use.

Medically Managed Detoxification:  Take control of your life and conquer substance abuse with our safe and efficient methods to attain stability.

Drug Substitution Therapies: To combat opiate addiction, innovative medications such as suboxone are utilized to effectively minimize cravings.

Inpatient Therapy: The main objectives of inpatient drug treatment are to equip clients with the necessary tools to effectively reduce or prevent relapse, regain confidence and self-esteem, and acquire the resources and skills to combat substance cravings.

Outpatient Therapy: At Avisa Recovery, our outpatient drug rehab programs and coaches employ a range of effective methods to enhance and maximize the overall quality of life for our clients.

Counseling and Therapy: We offer various therapeutic approaches, such as:
  • Short-term outpatient counseling
  • Intensive outpatient treatment
  • Marriage and family counseling
  • Self-help groups
  • Residential (live-in) care
  • Continuing care and relapse prevention to safeguard against returning to substance use problems.

Specialized Veteran Programs: Programs are designed to meet the unique needs of different groups, such as women Veterans, combat Veterans returning from service, and homeless Veterans.

Treatment and Support for Co-Occurring Conditions: Our services extend to addressing health conditions associated with substance use problems, such as posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and depression.

Sober Living: Innovative drugs such as suboxone are designed to decrease cravings, specifically for opiate addiction.

Avisa Recovery is here to help you throughout your personal recovery journey by providing various effective treatment options. Our commitment is to assist you in achieving a life that is healthier, happier, and free from substances.

What To Expect From Our Mental Health Therapy

Taking the first step towards improving your mental health is essential for reclaiming your life. Our dedicated team of professionals will work with you to develop a treatment plan that suits your values and helps you achieve your goals. If you’re also dealing with substance, use disorder, our facility offers valuable treatment options.

The approach and intensity of mental health treatment programs vary depending on the specific treatment you choose. When considering mental health treatment, there are multiple options to explore, including inpatient and outpatient therapies, holistic approaches, and various types of psychotherapeutic and talk therapies.

At Avisa Recovery, they offer different treatment options to help individuals recover and improve their lives. They have a wide range of programs, including inpatient and outpatient options, as well as holistic and adventure-based programs. Inpatient therapy is a more intensive treatment where clients stay at the facility 24/7 and receive detox treatment. Outpatient therapy provides the same level of intensive therapies but allows clients to live at home and fulfill their obligations. Holistic therapies focus on overall wellness and include activities like yoga and meditation to address physical and spiritual well-being. Avisa Recovery aims to heal the whole person, including their mind, body, and spirit, through their therapy programs.

Receive the support you need to regain control and balance in your life at Avisa Recovery, a mental health center.

Avisa Recovery Provides Veterans Treatment

If you are a veteran with VA Insurance, Avisa Recovery has various treatment options available for you. Our caring staff is dedicated to promoting healing of the mind, body, and spirit in a comfortable, friendly, and safe setting. Reach out to us at 732-236-7234or visit our admissions page to discover how Avisa Recovery can support you on your journey to wellness today.

Breaking The Cycle And Finding A New Path

Addiction to Adderall can be really tough, but it’s possible to get out of the rut and find a better way. It’s important to get help, build a support system, and live a healthy lifestyle. If you have the right help and resources, you can beat addiction and get your life back. Don’t forget that you’re not the only one, and there’s hope for the future.