Veterans Village of San Diego Rehabilitation Program
VETERANS REHABILITATION CENTER is a 165 bed state-licensed drug and alcohol rehabilitation center that serves men and women military veterans.
The leading causes of homelessness among veterans are substance use disorders and behavioral health and wellness issues.
- Substance use disorder is a chronic relapsing disease that results from the prolonged effects of alcohol/drugs on the human brain.
- It is a disease not much different from other chronic diseases like diabetes, hypertension, asthma or cancer.
- Unfortunately, there is a wide gap between the scientific facts and public perceptions.
- Many, perhaps most, people see drug abuse and addiction as social problems, and that addiction is caused by a “lack of will power.”
- However, we know that substance use disorders and addiction are more a health problem than social problem.
- Like diabetes, hypertension, asthma and cancer, addiction cannot be cured, but it can be treated and managed.
VVSD provides intensive, residential rehabilitation programs targeting substance use disorders, post-traumatic stress (PTS) and other behavioral health issues, chronic relapse and other personal and family issues that prevent veterans from regaining self-sufficiency.
VVSD programs are highly structured and are tailored to meet individual needs. Residents in our facilities receive a host of integrated services, including:
- Comprehensive Clinical Assessments
- Individual and Group sessions
- Case Management
- Alcohol and other Drug Education and Counseling
- Complementary Alternative Therapies
We believe intensive rehabilitation leads to self-sustaining independence,
the maximizing of human potential and a meaningful, fulfilling life.
Our veterans are worthy of nothing less.