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Michael Evans

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August 12, 2018

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“Reintegration as a vet is very, very tough, and especially if you are in recovery. VFR is determined to help rebuild the bonds of trust between the community and those in recovery.” Michael Evans has over 20 years of related work experience in operations, finance and human capital. Most recently, Mr. Evans served as Chief […]

Eric Frieman

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August 12, 2018

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“My brother, an infantry officer in the Army’s 1st Cavalry Division, was deployed to Iraq. At 20 I was made the executor of my brother’s will.” Eric Frieman previously served as Director of Finance for Elements Behavioral Health, Inc., one of the largest providers of substance abuse treatment and behavioral health services with 18 residential […]

Dr. John Rodolico

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August 12, 2018

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“Every Morning I looked into their eyes and said a little prayer” Dr. Rodolico comes to VFR Healthcare from Harvard McLean Hospital, where he served as the Director of Adolescent Addictions Training and Director of Military Consultation Service. He is also currently the Chief of Behavioral Health in the Massachusetts National Guard, Medical Command. As […]

Dr. Robert Pyles

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August 11, 2018

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“…organizations like ours, VFR, do understand more and can help. I’m proud to be a part.” Dr. Robert Pyles is an established leader in the addiction and mental health fields, with over 55 years of experience. Dr. Pyles has served as President of the American Psychoanalytic Association, the Massachusetts Psychiatric Society, and the Coalition for […]

Eric Golnick

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August 11, 2018

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“…the opportunity to help fellow veterans coping with mental health and substance use issues has been – by far – the most rewarding.” Eric Golnick graduated with honors from the University of Miami in 2009. He attended U.S. Navy Officer Candidate School shortly after and was commissioned as a Naval Officer in the summer of […]

We also help you evaluate your payment options including in-network as well as out-of-network coverage.

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August 11, 2018

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We believe payment for treatment should never be an obstacle for recovery from the disease of addiction.

Your participation in VFR treatment programs is unequivocally confidential.

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August 11, 2018

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Next, a personal treatment plan is developed.

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August 11, 2018

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Everyone is different, so recovery is different for everyone. The VFR vets rehab plan offers vets support which is aware of your own situation and history: factors like severity, current progress in treatment, your relapse prevention needs, your personal preferences, needs, and values. You are integrally part of this planning.

A free assessment is the first step.

By arbies

August 11, 2018

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Come in, and we’ll explore your outpatient treatment needs and appropriate level of care together. AT VFR, vets rehab is guided by veterans like yourselves. We ARE you. And VFR, like all Strive Health centers, is distinguished by its range of treatment options, based on your specific needs.

Early Intervention Services

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August 11, 2018

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Education and prevention skills for at-risk individuals Early Intervention Services (EIS) VFR counselors work with organizations, employers, adults, teens, and their families to provide assessments, education and skills to at-risk individuals who do not meet diagnostic criteria for substance use disorder to proactively address addiction concerns.