Read this important report released today by the Institute of Medicine on Substance Use Disorders in the US Armed Forces.
Published: Saturday, March 10, 2012, 9:25 PM
Loyola Recovery Foundation and Samaritan Village of New York, La Paloma of Memphis Receive Grants for Veterans’ Dual-Diagnosis Treatment
Samaritan Village, Inc.
Proudly Announces the opening of a new WOMEN VETERANS PROGRAM
Building on 50 Years Experience in Chemical Dependency Treatment and 15 Years Experience in Veterans-Specific Treatment
FOX 5's Dr. Sapna Parikh looks at Veterans Healing Initiative and its work to help U.S. Veterans struggling with substance abuse and trauma
Their wars were generations apart. Alex Haynes’s was Vietnam, where he was in the Army’s First Cavalry Division. Derek Smith’s was Iraq, as a Marine early on in the conflict.
Veterans Healing Initiative responding to the extraordinary increase of substance abuse and PTSD disorders among U.S. veterans.
Make your voice heard and your dollar count for the Veterans Healing Initiative.
New York, NY (November 12, 2010)
The Veterans Healing Initiative (VHI) announced today that Samaritan Village of New York, Grace After Fire and Loyola Recovery Foundation will receive funding from the organization's inaugural round of grants. Each program was selected based on a comprehensive review process by the VHI board that included clinical evaluations, site...More
Will Help Heal “The War Within”