Treatment Centers

Find help in your area

We are always looking for more facilities and programs that can help. We will list them here as we find them.

In addition to finding help with the listed centers, we sponsor treatment for veterans who would like to take steps to heal. We will only work with centers that do NOT prescribe medication and can only work directly with the vet receiving treatment.

Care that works for you

Treatment of PTSD usually involves talking about your feelings openly and honestly in group therapy sessions with other people who feel the same as you.

It can also involve medications to ease anxiety and help you sleep. But if you’re on a lot of medication, you should be closely monitored and use extreme caution so you don’t overmedicate.

There are many alternative treatment options that you can use before, and in conjunction with medication. Always remember when treating PTSD, you aren’t just treating symptoms but the person as a whole.

Treatment Centers in Texas

  • AddictionCenter – No matter where you live, there is a drug rehab center that can help you overcome your addiction. They can help you find treatment based on your location, budget, and specific needs and help you get started quickly.
  • The Dog Alliance – Unleashing the therapeutic power of dogs.
  • Camp Hope – Provides interim housing for our Wounded Warriors, veterans and their families suffering from combat related PTSD. Houston, Texas.
  • – Changing lives through addiction care and education. Information, resources, and treatment for people battling addiction and related conditions. Call 24/7 at 1-855-857-1913.
  • Give an Hour – “Give hope. Give help.” Locations throughout the USA.
  • Harth Foundation – Burnet, TX.
  • Headstrong – Provides post-9/11 military veterans with free mental health care that works.
  • Help for Heroes – Supporting those who served.
  • Hope for Heroes – Samaritan Center for Counseling and Pastoral Care, Austin, TX.
  • Hounds For Heroes – Pet Therapy.
  • I’m Alive – Get connected with a crisis center in your area. 1-800-784-2433
  • Make the Connection – Shared Experiences and Support for Veterans
  • Prevention Hotline – If you or someone you know is contemplating suicide, call 988, 1-800-SUICIDE (1-800-784-2433) or 1-800-273-TALK (1-800-273-8255).
  • Refuge Counseling Center – Conroe, TX. This is a Veteran owned company, who are fully aware of the trials you face when trying to reconnect after spending time in a war zone.  They understand when you say that you are afraid to go to sleep, or have extreme anxiety getting behind the wheel of a vehicle. They understand when you say that you can’t talk to your spouse, or that your children are afraid of you. Then even understand when you say that you have overwhelming thoughts of self-harm or suicide.
  • Restoration Ranch – Bastrop TX – Provides a safe haven for equine learning and development that nurtures the well being of veteran families through the gift of the horse.
  • Soldiers’ Angels – Provides programs to support military families, deployed service members, wounded heroes, and veterans of all eras. Most of their programs could not be possible without the support of their wonderful Angel volunteers who dedicate their time, money, and talents to the organization.
  • Tania Glenn & Associates, P.A. – Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing or EMDR, Post-traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) Treatment, Austin, TX

Treatment Centers Nationwide

  • Coming Home Project – Home Office San Francisco, CA
  • David Lynch Foundation – Overcoming the Nightmare of Post-Traumatic Stress- Overcoming the Nightmare of Post-Traumatic Stress. Home Offices in New York, NY, Los Angeles, CA and Fairfield, IA
  • Freedom Fighter Foundation – Mentoring Veterans, First Responders and their Spouses through Trauma.
  • IASIS Technologies – In 2017, the Department of Veterans Affairs and U.C. San Diego approved a study on the benefits of IASIS on U.S. Soldiers Suffering from Brain Injuries and PTSD. This statement is from V.A. Research Communications, March 2018.
  • US Dept. of Veterans Affairs – Center for PTSD
  • US Dept. of Veterans Affairs – Vet Center Home office Washington, DC
  • Vets4Warriors – They are here to provide support to the entire military community. This includes every active-duty military service member, National Guard and Reserves service member, veterans of every generation, as well as their family members and caregivers.  They serve you all; from those who have just put on a uniform, to the caregivers of veteran who has long since hung theirs up. They can connect with individuals via phone, chat, and email to provide support before challenges turn into crises. As active members of the community that they serve, they are humbled, honored, and proud to have earned recognition as the nation’s leading 24/7 military peer support program staffed by veterans.
  • Warrior’s Hope – Greenwood, IN
  • Wounded Warrior Project