Veterans Rehabilitation Center (VRC)Address:
4141 Pacific Hwy.
San Diego, CA 92110
We believe intensive treatment leads to self-sustaining independence,
the maximizing of human potential and a meaningful, fulfilling life.
Our veterans are worthy of nothing less.
The Veterans Rehabilitation Center (VRC) is a residential program for homeless veterans battling alcoholism, drug addiction and emotional trauma. We believe our program will be the first step toward our veterans' goal of becoming self-sufficient.
USMC VETERAN WAS HOMELESS AND HELPLESS PRIOR TO COMING TO VRC
HE TALKS ABOUT THE REHABILITATION AND HOW OTHER VETS CAN BENEFIT
This program is designed to help our veterans break the cycle of pain, anger and self-destructive behavior that comes along with drinking, drug abuse and unemployment.
We assist our veterans in identifying a new way of life with new patterns of thinking, living and feeling.
Formulated as a social model rehabilitation program, VRC is integrated with structured case management and individualized counseling that simultaneously addresses:
This Continuum of Care Rehabilitation is divided into phases:
VVSD Clinical Rehabilitation Team Provides:
- Comprehensive Clinical Assessments
- Individual, Group, Couples, and Family Therapy
- Consultation, Referral and collaboration with medical providers
VRC provides an intensive substance use disorder rehabilitation program that also incorporates specialized tracks matched to the individual needs of each of our veterans:
PRESIDENT/CEO PHIL LANDIS GIVE A QUICK TOUR
OF THE VETERANS REHABILITATION CENTER
Veteran Admission Eligibility Criteria:
- Combat Track - Veteran received either hostile or friendly fire while serving in a war zone during his/her military service
- Co-Occurring Track - Veteran has significant behavioral health issues in addition to a substance use disorder
- Chronic Relapse Track - Veteran has a history of difficulty maintaining long term sobriety and/or has experienced multiple unsuccessful rehabilitation attempts
- Veterans from all branches of service
- Verified homelessness (see attached homeless verification form)
- Significant substance use issues