Digital Journal: Legacy Healing Center Provides Solutions for Veterans and First Responders Seeking Help for Addiction

“This June, the challenges faced by Veterans, first responders, and anyone who has experienced lasting effects from trauma in their life will be highlighted by National Post Traumatic Stress Disorder Awareness Month. PTSD Awareness Month aims to make the public more aware of the long-term impacts trauma can have on peoples’ lives. It also helps to reduce the stigma surrounding seeking treatment for PTSD so that more people can get the help and support they need.”

“The U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs (VA) provides ample information to help people understand the issues that post-traumatic stress disorder causes. According to their data, between 11 and 30 percent of military personnel that served in the Iraq and Vietnam wars suffered from PTSD during their lifetime…”

“As the difficulties Veterans and first responders face are highlighted during PTSD Awareness Month, the importance of seeking professional help for alcohol and drug addiction and PTSD is also stressed. Legacy Healing Center – a behavioral health center with locations in South Florida and Cherry Hill, NJ – fully understands the difficulties that traumatic stress can cause in people’s lives because they work to help people unravel it on a daily basis.”

“The addiction treatment programs offered at Legacy Healing Center are designed to explore and resolve the underlying causes of substance abuse. For many, that means healing trauma, PTSD, and other mental health conditions like depression and anxiety.”

“Legacy Healing Center’s clinical staff is trained in a range of evidence-based trauma therapies which help to resolve the lasting effects of traumatic stress. These therapies include Neurofeedback, Vibro-Acoustic Therapy, Hypnotherapy, Psychodynamic Therapy, Rapid Resolution Therapy, Neurolinguistic Programming, Traumatic Incident Reduction, and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy…” Read the full article here.

Source: Legacy Healing Center Provides Solutions for Veterans and First Responders Seeking Help for Addiction – June 7, 2021. Digital Journal.

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