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Withdrawal Management & Residential

With Post-Traumatic Stress, fear and anxiety are an ongoing threat to one’s sense of well-being. No place and no situation feels safe. To deal with this constant state of distress, far too many seek relief in alcohol and narcotics.

How many?

One study suggests 46.4% of all Post-Traumatic Stress sufferers meet the criteria for substance abuse disorders. Yet substance use only compounds the challenges of Veterans and First Responders. And Veterans Recovery Resources will soon be able to meet these specific needs of Veterans or First Responders.


Through our withdrawal management and residential treatment program expected to open Fall, 2022.

Explicitly designed to address the unique needs of Veterans, First Responders and their families, we address the complete mental, physical, emotional & spiritual health. In turn, this can mean a return to a life of meaning and purpose.

Under construction beside our Outpatient Clinic on Spring Hill Avenue, this facility will redefine Post-Traumatic Stress treatment not just in the region but throughout the country. More than a residential facility, it will serve as the cornerstone of our long-term operations, a place where we continue to adapt and refine our breakthrough approach to mental health.

Because the facility will be interdisciplinary, all treatment is informed by the damage of trauma. Residents will learn and master strategies to avoid those responses.

The facility is designed to create a sense of peace, well-being, and structure for our clients. With supportive staff and a peer-driven approach to care, there’s always a listening ear by those who have shared the same experiences and speak from first-hand knowledge.

Further, with ongoing programs and customized treatment plans, each client can expect individual attention. So that the inner strength and peace to contend with Post-Traumatic Stress, and the life goals that go along with it, become attainable

What’s more, the facility will offer more than housing for those needing our help. The facility also provides the space for administrative functions such as offices, meeting rooms, recreational areas, and a good deal more. All of which makes our new Withdrawal Management & Residential Treatment Facility the model for care in the country.

Just as importantly, this facility offers economic health to the community as well, with an expected 41 new jobs and $3,500,000 in projected annual payroll.

It’s a concept that’s garnering attention–not just in the community but throughout the nation. That explains why so many have stepped forward to support this innovative treatment of Post-Traumatic Stress. We are in the final stages of a capital campaign to raise additional funds to complete construction. And, while we’re at it, build model for care that fosters similar programs throughout the country.

Whether you are a prospective client or someone who is concerned with the welfare of Veterans and Fire Responders, then please support us in the final phases of our Capital Campaign. After all, they have given so much of themselves in the line of duty. It is up to us to ensure they receive the grateful care they richly deserve.

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Other ways we serve you.

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A Complete Description of Our Program:

Veterans Recovery Resources offers a comprehensive continuum of professional and peer-based services for military services members. This PDF provides a detailed description of all the services we currently offer.

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.

Business Hours:

Monday – Friday 8:00 AM – 6:00 PM
Appointments outside these times may be available on a case by case basis.
Business hours will evolve over time.



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National Veterans Crisis Line:
For emotional crisis, requiring a licensed clinician
1-800-273-8255 (and Press 1).


Nurse’s Help Line:
Clients receiving primary care at Veterans Recovery Resources with an after-hours medical concern may call
(Reference VRR and Dr. Yonge).

Call 911 for a medical emergency.

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