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Integrated Mental and Physical Health
Is For Everyone.

When it comes to mental health and addiction, nothing should stand in the way of getting help. Especially your ability to pay.*

We recently gained national attention as a Certified Community Behavior Health Clinic expansion grant recipient (CCBHC). That means intensive community-based behavioral healthcare for Service Members, Veterans, First Responders, and their families.

  • 24-hour Crisis Services
  • Screening, Assessment, and Diagnosis
  • Person-Centered Treatment Planning
  • Outpatient Behavioral Health Services
  • Outpatient Primary Care Screening and Monitoring
  • Psychiatric rehabilitation
  • Peer and family support
  • Communication options such as TTD, TDY, and foreign language services
  • Transportation assistance
  • Telehealth

In short, an innovative approach that focuses on the entirety of needs–from immediate behavior health to physical health to whole-person wellness.

Accessible. Affordable. Empathetic.

When you contact Veterans Recovery Resources, count on a quick response. Whether in our clinic or conversations with our peer counselors, you can rely on care that does more than treating the immediate need.

Instead, we look at the big picture for contributing factors, including primary health screening. With that knowledge, we will map out a successful strategy for wellness.

That’s our commitment to those we serve. And our commitment to our community.

Are you ready to learn more? Ready to schedule an appointment? In a crisis?

If you have immediate needs, call  24/7 at (251) 405-3677.
If you are experiencing a medical emergency, call 911.

Because the road to recovery begins the minute you call.

1156 Spring Hill Avenue, Mobile, AL  36604

Monday – Friday 8:00 AM – 6:00 PM
After-hours, weekends, and holidays are available by appointment.

We won't let cost be barrier.
Refer to our Sliding Fee Scale 2023

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Patient Right to "Good Faith Estimate" Notice.

Are You A Candidate For Care?

Often, those who need help are reluctant to act. Yet early treatment can avoid problems becoming worse with time. Ask these questions of yourself or a family member. A “Yes” to any might indicate you need support.

  • Do you now take little pleasure in things you once enjoyed?
  • Have you been feeling down, depressed or hopeless?
  • Do you feel nervous, anxious, or on edge?
  • Do you worry too much and have a hard time controlling your worry?
  • Do you experience trouble sleeping or problems with appetite?
  • Do your thoughts frighten you?
  • Do you have trouble concentrating and/or organizing thoughts?
  • Have you experienced a traumatic event and have difficulty coping?
  • Are you concerned about your drug or alcohol use?
  • Do you have trouble getting along with others?
  • Are you unhappy in your relationships?
The project described was supported by Grant Number 1H79SM085165-01 from SAMHSA (Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration). Its contents are solely the responsibility of the authors and do not necessarily represent the official views of SAMHSA.

Interdisciplinary Trauma-Informed Primary Care

We are an Interdisciplinary Trauma-Informed Primary Care center. That means, when you walk through our doors, we look at the entirety of your needs. We treat you emotionally, physically, and spiritually. It’s an organic approach that doesn’t address one aspect of a patient’s needs but rather the totality of the problem.

What’s more, Veterans Recovery Resources’ efforts are based on a clinically proven approach. Our approach was developed by mental health professionals who realize that there had previously been no method formulated explicitly for treating Post-Traumatic Stress in Veterans and First Responders.

Several years ago, we put our approach into practice. And the results have been nothing short of remarkable. To date, over 450 Veterans, First Responders, and their family members have benefitted from our unique treatment program. What’s more, Veterans Recovery Resources has quickly gained the attention of other, similar organizations around the country.

Uninsured patients have the right to request a hospital “Good Faith Estimate” explaining how much your hospital care will cost.

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