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VFR - Veteran & First Responder Healthcare
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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

VFR Healthcare seeks to provide the highest quality care at the possible lowest cost. Care is individualized so costs may vary. Our outpatient model limits the high costs of repeated residential stays and the travel and fragmented care associated with them. We offer a wide array of in-network insurance contracts and other flexible plans so that payment for services is never a barrier to attaining them. We will put everything in writing for your review and answer all your questions.

Support for families is a basic and driving principle of the recovery process at VFR. These sessions provide the opportunity for everyone to learn about the recovery process and provide a platform where people can openly address their concerns under supervision of a VFR counselor. Family counseling provides the people who support you with the skills to assist your long-term recovery. Our family sessions are uniquely tailored to meet your and your family’s specific needs.

Physical cravings can be alleviated in multiple ways. VFR Healthcare works with you and experts in the medical, behavioral and holistic fields to determine what combination of these types of interventions will best meet your individual needs.

No. At VFR Healthcare we encourage any and all community support that you may find helpful during your recovery period. However, attendance at any specific program is not required. Our experience shows that participation in programs like AA, NA Smart Recovery, and Allernon result in better outcomes for patients and families.

Our outpatient recovery program allows clients to maintain their daily life in their home and in the real world. We know that the true challenges to living a healthy life exist in the everyday experience. That is why we help our clients learn the critical skills that empower them to heal and recover while sustaining and growing their everyday life connections. This is the essence of our program RealWorld Recovery.

VFR Healthcare is Strive Health’s sister company. VFR Healthcare is a veteran-owned and -operated organization that provides treatment programs, veteran support groups, intensive outpatient therapy, alcohol rehab and other services designed specifically for Veterans, first responders, and their families.

Strive Health proudly serves VFR Healthcare, often in the same facility although in separate cohorts. Non-military persons also experience PTSD; Like VFR, Strive offers civilians the same confidential, trauma-informed addiction treatment and trauma relief services.

Many Veterans and first responders isolate themselves from their communities because of trauma. Trauma therapy, such as for PTSD, can get to the bottom of mental health and substance use issues. VFR is committed to help Veterans re-integrate into their communities, and support first responders who need to be vigilant 24 hours a day.

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